Baška Voda (pronounced [bâʃkaː vɔ̌da]; Italian: Porto Bestonio), is a municipality in Croatia in the Split-Dalmatia County. It has a population of 2,775 (2011 census), 96.2% of which are Croats. It is located on the Adriatic coastline of Dalmatia 10 km northwest of Makarska.
Restaurants in Baska Voda
4.5 based on 268 reviews
5 based on 18 reviews
We offer 1st time diving experience and divings for licenced divers and a lot of beautiful locations on Island of Brac and in Brela. It's a special feeling when a man dives into the underwater world - soothing silence, weightlessness and the endless blue - filled with many things of immense beauty.
We had a great afternoon on the small but cosy boat. We went with 10 other people but still the boat felt spacious. My main goal was to dive again after a couple of years without any dives. I was paired with another diver and we went 4 in my group without any guide. The dives went alright, however a personal guidence in the water would have been a plus. Now it felt lile the owner tried to sqeeze in to many activities. More exoerinced ones with discovery dives. The dives provided nothing special to see and do not expect to much.
Over all the owner and his daughter where really friendly and laughef a lot.
4.5 based on 201 reviews
Just a bit outside of the Makarska city you can find your way up to the beautiful Biokovo! We enjoyed a ride,nature,view and also staff working there! They are so friendly and helpful! Also,when is hot,this is a great way of cooling down,at least a bit:).
4 based on 344 reviews
Lovely stretch of beach where we would stroll to walk off our evening dinner.Just to note it does get quite chilly of an evening in early October
I was ok but my wife needed a shawl.The area was pretty quiet as we believe it closes in another few days for the winter.I can imagine it’s buzzing in summer and plan to return very soon
4.5 based on 384 reviews
We were pleasantly surprised as to how these Beaches are kept. They are all community kept and they have special people in the community to do so, they are such a proud people, we loved it here. Walking along the walkway, with it beautiful stone and it lovely beach, where else would you want to be?
It truly is a stunning place, find yourself a bar to sit in and watch the world go by, lovely.
4.5 based on 24 reviews
went to a choir singing here which was very good and free and gave a good view of the interior of the church all lit up.As it is situated in the centre of the village, very easy to pop in and view.
4.5 based on 249 reviews
23km of single-track precipice-edged road make for a hairy drive; and is definitelty not for the faint-hearted. Follow the blue Jure cycle signs to the James Bond-esque radio tower at the 1762m top. Best sunrise views mean entering park at c.530am (end August) but well worth it. Bring a sweatshirt as chilly at that time of the morning. Take your time to explore the walks too however, as the park is full of meadows of beautiful-smelling pines, blue thistles and alpine flowers and grasses.
5 based on 56 reviews
Leader in sea kayaking and snorkelling in Brela : - organised tours twice per day from June until October every year, including snorkelling - kayak rental
My husband and I really enjoyed the Sunset Tour offered by Celine and Mate at Kayak Brela!
The kayaking, snorkeling and swimming times during the excursion are properly coordinated and very entertaining.
When we arrived to the beach from the fantastic tour Mate was waiting for us with some delicious appetizers made by her mother, amazing wine and a chocolate cake to blow the candles!
Without a doubt, Kayak Brela is much more than a kayak tour, it is a unique experience!
We highly recommend the tour to everyone and look forward to repeating this experience in the near future!
THANK YOU CELINE & MATE FOR EVERYTHING!
Josefina & Ali
4.5 based on 226 reviews
This is a proper town; there are hotels but they don't dominate. local people are doing local things. We were here nn October and I expect it could be different and very busy in high season, so choose your time to come.
4 based on 95 reviews
On the Western side of the beach Punta Rata, there is the Brela Stone – a symbol of Brela,Croatia - the most common motive from postcards of Brela and Croatia. The rock is covered in pines proudly protruding and presenting all its beauty and force, power and spite to grow from stone.
The Brela Stone is the worldwide famous symbol of Brela. It is right sided from the beach Punta Rata on the beach Promenade. It is very lovely and photogenic. You should not miss to make a photo of the stone.
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