Tučepi is situated in the southern part of the Makarska Riviera. It's four kilometer long beach is the longest on the Makarska Riviera. This is a unique series of pearly beaches and pine and vineyards and olive groves. Mediterranean climate and atmosphere above characterize Tučepi.
Tučepi are well connected. By car or bus you can reach the highway A1 to Split and you can continue to Šestanovac then by Adriatic tourist road (D8) you,ll come to Tučepi. Also, you can voyage by plane to Split airport and then bus to Tučepi. It is also possible to come by train to Split and then by bus to Tučepi.
Tučepi are known about excellent cuisine. All sorts of Mediterranean delicacies you can find in restaurants with authentic seaside ambiance. With these kinds of restaurants there is also a multitude of taverns, pizzerias and ice cream parlors. Night life is also excellent. In nightclubs fun lasts all night. There are various parties such as foam party, karaoke shows, concerts and performances of different DJs. During the summer are organized Fisherman Evenings, and concerts of popular artists, participating numerous vocal from Dalmatia. Sport is a possible deal in the Sports center Slatina. You can choose from a variety of sports - football, handball, basketball, tennis, table tennis, mini golf, badminton, soccer and volleyball. Beach in Tucepi offers plenty of entertainment such as water slides, trampolines at sea, panoramic parachuting etc. Seaside offers the possibility of enjoying nudism because it has two beaches for nudists.
NOldest find was from ancient times. It is a necropolis has been located on the southern slopes of Mount Sutivid. East of the site Sutivida Okrumbica. On the basis of numerous archaeological remains, such as fragments of pottery and an iron spear can be pinpointed late antique settlement in this area. Venice travel writer Alberto Fortis in his book 'The Way of Dalmatia' states that the location of the late ancient Javorak Prokopijev Laurentum. Location of birth of the church of Our Lady and St. Rushing to the continuity of life in the wider area Tučepi. Sv. George built the 1311th as a Romanesque Gothic nave building. Foundations of St. Vision are at the top of the hill Sutivid. There are Croats, after moving to the seventh century AD, worship their god Svevid. Life was going on the coast and in the region under Biokovo Mountain hamlets. Proof of this are the remains of the foundations of St.. Martin with a necropolis.