Makarska, the heart of Dalmatia, one of the most attractive tourist destinations in Croatia, is located below the magnificent mountain Biokovo (1762 m2). The view from Biokovo mountain is spectacular - during the clear day you can see all the Dalmatian islands as well as a large part of the Dalmatian coast. Also, nature park is a lure for many lovers of hiking, climbing or cycling. A mixture of sea and mountain fresh air, with more than 2,700 hours of sunshine a year, crystal and warm sea, long white pebble beaches guarantee a great family and active holiday. The city is known for its many bars, a long promenade, a sandy beach that stretches 2 km through the city, and a large selection of sports activities such as various water sports surfing and sailing. Baška Voda is one of the most popular tourist destinations on the Makarska Riviera, known for its unique combination of sea and mountains. The crystal clear sea, preserved nature, rich vegetation - pines, palm trees, old olive trees and vines and its excellent geographical position make Baska Voda an attractive and desirable destination. The rich cultural heritage is one of the features of this place: visit the small church of Sv. St. Lawrence in the Baroque period, the church of Sv. Built in neo-Romanesque style that preserves valuable stained-glass windows, the church of St. Nicholas Roka, and many others. The bronze statue of the patron saint of Baškovak is also a rich cultural heritage. Nicholas at the entrance to the harbor and the modern monument "Croatian Sails" on Puntin.