Check out the local area in Makarska Old Town—home to attractions like Makarska Promenade and St. Mark's Church.
Monuments, Marinas and Historical Buildings
You can learn about the history of Makarska with a visit to Makarska Promenade. Wander the waterfront and beaches in the area.
Examine the artwork of this humble church. Its stark exterior and orange steeple provide a simple foreground to the rambling Biokovo mountain range.
Swim, sunbathe or try new watersports at this lovely shingle beach, located on Croatia’s famous Dalmatian Coast.
Explore the great outdoors with a trip to Modro Jezero, a popular green space in Imotski.
Find several beautiful beach choices here, all featuring pristine waters and striking rock formations.
Learn about the local history of Baska Voda when you take a trip to Baska Voda Promenade. While you're in the area, stroll along the beaches.
A pleasant drive along the Adriatic Coast through the scenic landscapes of the Makarska Riviera and across the Neretva River Delta to Dubrovnik. Because of its exceptional beauty and rich cultural heritage, this ancient city has been included on the UNESCO World Cultural Heritage List.
If you decide to book this private excursion to National Park Plitvice Lakes you will be able to discover the largest, the oldest and the most popular Croatian national park. Driving from Dubrovnik to Plitvice you will also have opportunity to enjoy amazing Dalmatian coast and beautiful view to Dalmatian islands.
Krka National Park is located on the same river Krka. Including the submerged part of the mouth of the river, Krka is 72.5 km in length, 22. longest river in Croatia. It rises at the foot of the mountain Dinara, 3.5 km northeast of Knin.
After picking you up at the pre-arranged meeting point or at your hotel, we’ll begin our journey to Mostar. On our way to Mostar city we will stop for a 15min coffee break. We will arrive in Mostar around 11:00am.
Split is situated on a peninsula and surrounded by historical towns and settlements. We shall take a walk through the 4th-century Diocletian's Palace to visit its ancient cellars, the Peristyle, Roman temples (today Christian ones), the Cathedral and the Baptistry, and then the famous Golden Gate.
The ancient Greeks and Romans were already growing grapes and producing wine on Hvar 300 years well before Christ was born. This gave them safety, food and medicinal wealth. Vineyards are all over the island. Strong wind and sun are ideal conditions for producing the best quality wine.