Makarska (pronounced [mâkarskaː]) is a small city on the Adriatic coastline of Croatia, about 60 km (37 mi) southeast of Split and 140 km (87 mi) northwest of Dubrovnik. It has a population of 13,834 residents. Administratively Makarska has the status of a city and it is part of the Split-Dalmatia County.
Restaurants in Makarska
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Simply Adria is a travel agency specialised in Taylor-made tours, airport transfers and private day tours from Makarska - Split destination.
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We are local professionals in tourism and boating. We operate since 2005. We organise private boat tours from Makarska Riviera to islands, read about experience of our happy guests in reviews.
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Cheap Ride is a company specialized for organization of private passengers transport for groups of all sizes. In addition, our top priority is to ensure a pleasant and safe driving experience which we strive to do right from the outset to its conclusion and we do at unmatched prices. In conclusion if your are looking for a professional, enjoyable and punctual transfer service that offers great value for money combined with an attentive and skilled staff with an eye for detail, then Cheap Ride is an ideal choice for you.
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Panorama boat trip along the coast. Take a boat round trip from Makarska to Baška Voda or Podgora. One hour to explore city. Every afternoon short trip where you can enjoy panoramic view of Makarska from sea.
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Visit to Biokovo Skywalk was fabulous and exhilarating experience. Breathtaking view of Makarska Riviera and nearby islands, locals have horses, I highly recommend restaurant Vrata Biokova (The Doors of Biokovo) with delicious food and good service.
4.5 based on 315 reviews
Looking up at this mountain range is simply breathtaking from all sides but once you are on top its a different world. The surrounding mountains have amazing peaks and are quite impressive to look down on. From here many of Croatia islands are visible. Parking is limited at the top so if its a busy day it may get tight. We were lucky. The road is very tight and full of switchbacks so caution and a slow drive is very necessary. Many people riding bikes and motorbikes to be careful of. There are wider sections as you get higher where you can get out and stroll. I highly recommend walking up the trail if within your abilities. The sunset is perfect from up there and sets just over the water between the islands. Half way down the mountain there is a great place to eat as well.
4.5 based on 421 reviews
Walk on the boat stand in the queue choose from FRESH one of the following - Sea Bass, calamari, tuna, octopus, cod, mackerel the lovely lady adds spaghetti, sauerkraut and bread. £8 a plate. Find a table sit down the waiter comes 500cl house white wine, bottle of mineral water £4 job done. Our small cruise ship Captain recommended this. Best meal so far in Croatia, brilliant concept.
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