Discover the best top things to do in Split-Dalmatia County, Croatia including Tvrdic Honey, Prolozac Swamp, Vrljika, Marjan Park, Park Suma Osejava, Budikovac Island, Zavala bay, Jelsa tourist board.
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[NEWS] Now available oncall! Bees are so much more than just honey! Learn about those wonderful creatures and the problems they face in the modern world. I will talk you through the secret life of bees, and even get your hands sticky, as you try some of the delicious Solta honey. You also get to see the internal workings of a real beehive without the danger of being stung! Also, we (think we) have one of the largest honey collection in the world! People that have visited us have sent us honey from all continents, as an effort to - give bees a chance - globally :)
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This is one of the few remaining flood karst fields in Croatia. It is located at the north-eastern edge of the Imotski field. A flood area is formed during the high-water season, when Prolosko Lake is filled and flowing over its southern edge. In the swamp there is the Islet of Manastir with remains of the Franciscan Monastery from 17th century.
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This underground river, flowing through Imotsko polje, is the home of some endangered and endemic species. It is also an ichtyological reserve. It has several major springs and the Green Cathedral, traditional location of celebrations of the Feast of the Assumption.
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We enjoyed a good up hill walk here and amazing views. The park needs a little clean up, but it was definitely one of the best things we did when in Split.
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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!
Zavala bay is the ideal choice for who wants to spend time on a quiet beach surrounded by pine trees. It's a pebble beach on Kabal peninsula.
Viewpoint Saint Ante.
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