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.
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4.5 based on 335 reviews
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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 119 reviews
stunning views of st peter,,,,turquoise sea...a nice walk around the headland,with views of the sea.lots of padlocks in the lovelock area slowly rusting. a chapel which was closed when we were there,,, quite peaceful. worth a walk around
4.5 based on 45 reviews
How about a nice walk for your morning exercise? The walk will take you on an easy dirt track, through pretty pine forest, with fabulous views over the Adriatic Sea, from Makarska Harbour to Tucepi. If you take the same way back it’ll take you about 1 hour each way. We brought 1 liter water each and drank everything. We wore sandals, but trainers or walking shoes would also do fine. Starting point is in the south (or left) end of the harbour. Here you’ll see some steps by one of the last hotels before the little beach. Climb the stairs and soon you’ll see the first sign to Tucepi. The easiest track is also the biggest one. There are signs to Tucepi all the way. In the end you will walk close to the Adriatic Coastal Highway, and all of sudden the dirt road stops - now there is a tarmac road and a parking lot. Now you can choose to walk back or ... we chose to go to the beach front and have a cup of coffee (double espresso, of course) before returning. The easiest way to Tucepi beach front is a very unofficial one, an almost invisible narrow dirt track, that runs opposite the parking lot downwards towards the sea side. On your way back to Makarska you can choose to to do some Nordic walk gymnastics as some signs suggest. Or you can turn left where a sign leads to ‘Beach Plaza’. It’s Nugal Beach, a pretty little beach where you don’t need to wear clothes. Come on, try - it’s fun! Have a nice walk!
The route is about 30 km in length (one-way) and passes the entire area of the Biokovo roads, over a total of 23 km, and is the highest paved road in the Republic of Croatia. From Makarska to Tučepi it continues along the main road Makarska-Vrgorac (D 512) until the entrance to Biokovo Nature Park.
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