Pearl of the Mediterranean, protected by UNESCO -s charter as a world cultural heritage. The magic of the south. City of Arts and Sciences, the city you'll not forget.
A mystical blend of the Orient and west. City that exudes warmth and a special atmosphere. Drink coffee in the typical little cafeteria and walk over Mostar Old Bridge which bridges the beautiful Neretva is a quite meditative experience. Time there is walking as slow as the speed of the walk of one who comes to visit.
Ancient Split is the largest and most important Dalmatian city. Aspalathos, as it is called by the Greeks considered the type of plants that spread across the Mediterranean. Later the Romans call the city Spalatium. Their emperor Diocletian chose a place there for his imperial palace, thence will the spirit of the Mediterranean metropolis.
The island is inhabited from ancient times, the Greeks called it Korkyra Nigra. Historians say that, apart from the nearby island of Mljet, Korčulawas the place of the Odysseus dwelling. This island is the birthplace of Marco Polo, a famous world traveller and discover. Island pine trees, olive trees, quiet bays. Like all the islands, it's the Garden of Eden.
Skradin is located at the mouth of one of the most beautiful Croatian rivers, river Krka. Waterfalls, which flows into the Adriatic Sea ensign this town. The town is known for its gastronomy, according to it's own environment that sets it apart from other coastal towns. It is also in the immediate vicinity of the highway A1 and the famous Krka National Park.
Old Dalmatian town of Trogir, Roman Tragurium, example patrician ancient settlement in the immediate vicinity of the airport of Split (Resnik). You will be inspired by the gothic buildings, and especially the town's cathedral and waterfront.
Hvar is island which is birthplace of Croatian Renaissance. It is the island of freedom and hedonism. Island of excellent wines, olives and honey. Island of lavender and magic. From small town Drvenik on the Makarska Riviera daily, in season several times daily, you can catch ferries with space provided for vehicles to the port of Hvar Sucuraj.
From Makarska several times a day in the season and more often, you can catch ferries to the port of Sumartin on the island of Brač. This is the beginning of an adventure. From the deserts of Blace, monuments, or town Bol, which long been known for its beach and inviting surfers, Brač offers its secrets, small hamlets, Mediterranean jewels.
Počitelj in Herzegovina is a small town where a visitor can still be felt and experienced the spirit of the time when there ruled the Ottoman Empire. The striking tower guards still over the town and the river Neretva is the main symbol of the place.
One of the most famous Marian shrines in Europe, is a place of pilgrimage and spiritual renewal. It's nearby Mostar Počitelj and Stolac. Ride to Medjugorje from Makarska is relatively short, about 2 hours.
One of the symbols of the Makarska is high mountain protecting the Makarska Riviera. The highest peak of this mountain is St. George (1762). View from the top of it with clear skies over the offers up to Monte Gargano in Italy and Mount Durmitor in Montenegro. For all of the information is authorized Park Prirode Biokovo in Makarska.