Baska Voda Studio Apartments (2+1, 2)
Property type: Studio Apartments
- The house is situated in the town center. To the beach: 150m
Studio Apartment (2):
- Double bed with kitchenette, bathroom, terrace 14m²
July - August 46,6€
June - September 37,95€
Other months by request
Studio Apartment (2+1):
- Double bed, single bed, kitchen, bathroom, terrace 20m²
July - August 58,25 - 64,07€
June - September 46,6€
Other months by request
- Tax is included in price
- Christmas / New Year: by request
- Sat TV, Air condition in all apartments
- Free Wi-Fi and parking
- To the beach 150m
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- Baska Voda is one of the busiest resort on the
Makarska Riviera. With a fair selection of shops, bars and restaurants,
in summer it has the atmosphere of a lively little town. With plenty of reasonably-priced accommodation in hotels,
campsites and private apartments, Baska Voda is popular with young people and families with children. There’s plenty to do,
from sports of all kinds to beach bars that transform into night clubs, and no shortage of entertainment laid on.
- Baska Voda’s ancient core, known as Gradina, lies on a mound just uphill from the waterfront. The names on ancient
gravestones testify that the site has been inhabited since Illyrian times, about 4 centuries BC. The Greeks traded
here and the Romans settled here – the latter named the town Aronia.
- Fortifications were built in the Middle Ages when this coastline was constantly invaded: there are sections of the
bastions still standing today. This is the site of important archaeological finds such as amphorae, coins, jewellery
and glass, which you can see in the town museum. There’s also a museum of shells – the Malacological Museum.
- However, there are still plenty of vineyards around so you can buy local wine direct from the barrel – just bring your own container!
Nowadays, the architectural and cultural value of these villages has been recognised: Topići has been proclaimed in its entirety a protected heritage
site and Bast offers a number of picturesque places to stay. Both will charm you with their folk architecture and
delightful scenery, and both can tempt you with some authentic Dalmatian cuisine in old-fashioned taverns.
- A less demanding walk is the 6km coastal path that leads through the delightful little resorts of
Promajna, Bratus and Krvavica.