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As one of the most famous destinations around the world, is just an ideal distance from Makarska, two and a half hours of panoramic drive, giving us plenty of time to visit the old UNESCO-listed center and walls, visit one of the many top restaurants, or climb a cable car to the panorama restaurant from where we can see the magical Dubrovnik.
Begin the day by discovering the most beautiful mountain in Dalmatia – the mountain Biokovo with the highest peak of Sv. Jure (George) rising to 1762m above sea level. Through the panoramic tour, you will see a great variety of flora and fauna, olive groves and abandoned vineyards. Neighboring Italy (Monte Gargano) can also be seen in extremely nice weather. Vošac Lookout is located just above Makarska and offers a beautiful view of the entire Makarska Riviera.
7th national park in Croatia. It is known for its large number of lakes and waterfalls. It is named after the Krka River which is part of the Park. Krka became a National Park in 1985. Strolling along wooden paths through the stunning landscape of the park, listening to the singing of rare birds and the view of the mills that have operated for centuries. It is only an hour and a half from Makarska and is also at an ideal distance to have all the time to walk and see one of the most beautiful national parks in Croatia.
The main cultural and economic center of Dalmatia and the second-largest city in Croatia. Split is a city the palace of the Roman emperor Diocletian, one of the most preserved and imposing monuments of Roman times in Europe. The historic city center has been on the UNESCO World Heritage List since 1979. The narrow aisles and small streets of this city live in the spirit of the Mediterranean, and numerous museums and galleries offer valuable art and history collections. Just one hour drive from Makarska, with the panoramic coast way.
The largest city in Herzegovina and the most important cultural and historical center of this region. A blend of two faiths and cultures that live in harmony separated by the city’s main attraction – the Old Bridge. is only a 2-hour drive from Makarska and gives us the opportunity to visit and sightsee in just one day.
A pleasant boat ride, swimming, grilled fish and wine in the relaxed atmosphere of the many bays and beaches of the nearby islands are the guarantee of unforgettable memories. That you will carry for a long time. On our trip, we will visit Hvar and Brac, islands of exceptional beauty. The trip takes us first to the town of Jelsa on the island of Hvar.
Two highest peaks of the island surrounding Jelsa – St. Nicholas and Hum. The peculiarity of the city is that it has many churches, parks, bays and interesting historical stories. We continue our journey towards the island of Brac where we will anchor in its famous city – Bol, which certainly boasts its main attraction, the world-famous Zlatni rat beach. It is a great panoramic boat ride that takes 2 and a half from Makarska and if you are lucky you can see dolphins swimming near the boat through.
Just as we have an excursion to Hvar and Brac. Alaso we organize a one-day excursion to the island of Korcula and the city of Marco Polo. The trip consists of a panoramic boat trip to the Island, free time for sightseeing of the old center and all the attractions on it.
Enjoy rafting for 3 hours on the beautiful Cetina River. Rafting takes place over 9 kilometers of the Cetina River and lasts over 3 hours. In addition to the river rapids and the adrenaline rush of the excursion. You have some free time to swim and jump off the rocks. Omiš is only 40 minutes away from Makarska. And this excursion is a half-day so you can enjoy the rest of the day on the beach.
One and a half an hour drive to Medjugorje you will enjoy the magnificent panorama. Of the Dalmatian hinterland and Karst. Since 1981, it has become a popular site of religious pilgrimage due to reports of the apparitions of the Virgin Mary. The Virgin Mary appeared to a group of children in 1981. This simple village parish has become a gathering place for many pilgrims from all over the world and one of the largest prayer centers anywhere. Countless witnesses testify that they found faith and peace in Medjugorje.