Is one of the most beautiful parts of the Adriatic coast, stretching 60 km in the heart of central Dalmatia, in the foot of magnificent Biokovo mountain and with best Croatian white pebble beaches in the pine shade and turquoise sea.
Nowdays it is the favourite tourist destination offering a unique and quality tourist service with local natural and cultural beauty, and history dating back to ancient times.
It is a string of settlements along the coast, running from Brela in the north to Gradac in the south, and the main economic activity is tourism combined with agriculture, wine and olive growing, fruit growing, fishing...
You can sail along the coast and choose your favorite place or beach to stop for swimming and refreshment.
Some of the most popular settlements are Brela, Baška voda, Tučepi,Podgora, Gradac and the center of the region is town Makarska.
The city of more than 15 thousand inhabitants, developed around a natural port protected by the cape Osejava and a picturesque peninsula of St Peter which is particulary attractive with a park and a beautiful view on the town.
When you get out from your yacht you will walk along palm- fringed promenatde where fashionable cafes, bars and restaurants overlook the pretty harbour.
Just behind this first row of cafes you will find the center of Makarska – old town with narrow stone-paved streets, a main square with St Marks church and green market.
Near the waterfront is a Franciscan monastery with a Malacological museum, with the largest collection of shells and mussels in the world.
Makarska is known for its almost 2 km long beach, surrounded by pine trees along promenade with hotels, tourist facilities with gastronomic offer,boutiques and there is plenty of fun for both adults and children.
Recommendable is half day trip with a van to mountain Biokovo above Makarska. It is paoramic tour, visiting Nature Park of Biokovo and its rich and unique plant life and animal species, and its highest peak Sv Jure (1762m) with spectacular view (on the clear day all across the sea to Italiy and inland to the mountains of Bosina).