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A huddle of pine trees crouches on a boulder tantalisingly close to shore. The bulk of the rock shows to starting effect excatly how pure these waters are. This rock is the famous motif of the resort of Brela. Clean, deep waters great for swimming, azure seas and skies, the restorative scent and welcomeshade of the pine forests.
Baska Voda is one of the busiest resort on the Makarska Riviera. With shops, bars and restaurants, in summer it has the atmosphere of lively little town. Reasonably-priced accommodation in private apartments and villas, Baska Voda is popularwith young people and families with children.
Promajna was named after the Sun which happily peers (promalja) above Mt. Biokovo in the most beautiful sunrises, freely spreading its rays towards the sea. The clean air comes down from the mountain across the greenery of the pines, olives and vineyards, right down to the white pebble beaches of Promajna Bay, and mixes with the scents of the crystal clear sea.
Administrative and cultural heart of the Makarska Riviera. Harmonious stone buildings cluster around a busy waterfront lined with cafes and restaurants. Luminous quality to the light thanks to the sunshine reflecting from the white stone of the cliffs, the houses, and the clear azure sea. With the coastline fringed by white shingle beaches ...
A segment of coastline perfectly shaped for summertime enjoyment, Tucepi boasts the longest beach on the Makarska Riviera - a 4km stretch of smooth pebbles enabling easy access into the dazzling blue sea.
Clustered at the foot of a green slope backed by dramatic peaks, it's not hard to see how Podgora got is name, which means under the mountain. With long history as a fishing village and a tourist tradition dating back to the 1920s. The combination of white shingle, green pine and rocky grey mountain are a tourist's holy trinity.
A tiny place. There's choice of pebbly coves, and with a little effort you can find some quiet sports. In the one of the coves there's cave named Medvidna where a local fisherman reported seeing a Mediterranean Monk Seal.
Pleasant little place clings to the foot of the hills and has a lovely long sand and shingle beach. One sight of interest is the Zalina kula tower built in the War of Candia between the Venetians and the Turks. There's a picturesque waterfrontand the olive oil and fishing industries are alive and kicking.
Zivogosce is a resort made up of a string of five tiny hamlets: Strnj, Porat, Mala Duba, Blato and Murava. Newer homes and a hotel lie alongside the sea.
Semi-circular bay with the village of Drvenik clustered at its head. The shore is dotted with coves and sandy bays. It's peaceful, friendly and the scenery is gorgeous - it's great place for a peaceful holiday.
Podaca is also home of an old Croatian church of St. John, with the tombs of Kačić family members. Small, friendly, quiet and laid-back resort in itself and there are plenty of delightful pebble beaches to choose from.
Name of the town comes from the elm tree (‘’brijest’’), and it’s first mentioning is in 1571. Birthplace of the poet Friar Andrija Kačić Miošić and the painter Mladen Veža. Brist today is a quiet place for family tourism on the Makarska Riviera.
44 km south of Makarska, we've come to the southern tip of the Makarska Riviera. Old settlement has been around since prehistoric times. Tradition of Gradac’s tourist offer secured that tourism is developing rapidly in this part of the Riviera where one can find a stretch of hotels and catering contents, and of course the center of entertainment and night life.