Location

Baška Voda is a small, picturesque Croatian coastal town of some 1,500 inhabitants situated at the foothill of a mountain Biokovo. It is a central touristic place of the most beautiful Riviera of the Adriatic Sea (Brela, Baska Voda, Makarska, Bratuš, Krvavica, Makarska, Tucepi, Podgora).

Mighty mountain, the smell of pine trees, beautiful beaches and clear blue sea, win you at a first site so it is not uncommon for tourists to remain loyal to this Riviera for decades.

Contrary to the city harbor is the island Brac less than 3 miles away (behind is Hvar, thand Peljesac, Korcula ...) which can be easily reached by chartering a boat or with organized trips with larger ships. Famous Brac stone is built into some of the world's most famous buildings, among others the White House and the Taj Mahal.

Above the surface of Baška Voda sea there are many things to enjoy, but the submarine is equally attractive either for snorkeling or for scuba diving for which there is a diving club with the all necessary equipment and of course, the boat that takes you to the most attractive underwater locations.

If you manage to still some time city of Omiš on the confluence of beautiful river Cetina and its deep canyon is only twenty minutes away, and the ancient city of Split with its Diocletian’s Palace only thirty more.

In any case, pictures speak louder than words so please view them and evaluate them yourself.

When visiting you do not have to wear a tie (cravat) even the tie and its name originates from the Croats. Specifically, Croatian soldiers which were mercenaries in the French army during the 17 century wear the tie in its ancient form and the French accepted it as a fashion accessory and named it 'cravate' (from 'Croate') by its inventors - Croats. The rest is history.

 

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