Makarska Riviera beaches
is located in the middle of Dalmatian coats and has some
of the most beautiful beaches along whole Croatian coast.
Makarska is a center of long Makarska Riviera stretch of
To the north of Makarska are the resorts of Krvavica, Bratus,
Promajna, Baska Voda & Brela. All are worth a visit but
one can note Baska Voda & Brela for their quiet marinas
and superb restaurants, and both are particularly well known
for their beautiful idyllic coves and white beaches.
To the south of Makarska are the coastal resorts of Tucepi,
with its beautiful long stretch of white beach, Podgora,
with its lovely quiet marina, Drasnice, Igrane, Zivogosce
and Drvenik, from where one can get a ferry to the island
of Hvar. Furthermost south are Zaostrog, standing amidst
pine trees and olive groves, and Gradac, the largest town
in the Riviera after Makarska.
Brela to Gradac (cca 40 km) there are a hundreds of beaches,
for everyones taste. Many of them are very popular and sometimes
crowded during the peak of the season, but you can find
enormous number of hidden and intimate small beaches between
rocks all around the coast. The biggest beach, in one part,
is in Tucepi town - 2 km long. Second one is in the town
of Makarska and it's long 1,5 km.