The “Makarska-Riviera” is a section of the Croatian Adriatic Sea cost of Dalmatia. The town of Makarska is the eponym of it. The “Makarska-Riviera” extends to 45 km from the town of Brela in the north to Gradac in the south. The coast runs from north west to south east and is limited in the heartland by a coastal mountain range.
Markaska is a habour city on the Dalmatian coast. It is famous for its clean beaches, its seafront and the extremely clear and pure water. The Kacic-square is the town centre. From there you can take a ferry boat to the nearby island of Brac. In the east you find the cliffy Biokova-mountains, a nature reserve and home to the golden eagle and the chamois of the Balkan. If you want to see the top of the Sveti Jure – the highest mountain of the Biokova – you can either use the winding road by car or climb on top of the mountain, which is exhausting and needs some preparation. But is is definitely and adventure you will never forget.
The Biokova mountain range is a section of the Dinaric Coast mountain range in south croatia. It stretches between Omis and the mouth of the river Neretva in central Dalmatia.