Makarska is a city and a tourist center in Croatia which is situated between the mountain slope of Biokovo and the Adriatic Sea.
It is part of the Split-Dalmatia county and has a population of 13,834 residents.
The city is known for its long pebbles beaches and palm trees, where there are numerous cafes, bars, and restaurants with gastronomic specialties, and plenty of entertainment for children and adults .
Center of Makarska is the old town with narrow cobbled streets and the main square with the church of St.
Mark and the Franciscan monastery which includes a Pinacotheca, the library, and the unique Malacological Museum.
Makarska is the center and the most visited place of Makarska riviera, which stretches along 60 km between Brela and Gradac.
Makarska riviera is a very popular place for tourists from where you can easily visit other places like Omiš, Biokovo, and Split.
Makarska riviera is one of the most beautiful parts of Croatia thanks to so many beautiful pebbles beaches.
However, when it comes to natural beauty, Omiš riviera also has something to offer.
The climate in Makarska is typically Mediterranean with mild and short winters and long, hot summers where the sun shines more than 2750 hours per year with the average air temperature above 20° C from June to September
Because of all this here grows rich Mediterranean vegetation with elements of subtropical flora (palm trees, agaves, cacti)
Makarska offers many amenities and in it, each guest can find something for themselves, from sports and tennis courts, water sports to the extreme sports like paragliding and hang-gliding
In addition to expensive accommodations in hotels, Makarska offers more favorable accommodation in apartments and rooms in private accommodation
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