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From Makarska: Biokovo Nature Park Guided Tour with Skywalk

1. From Makarska: Biokovo Nature Park Guided Tour with Skywalk

After being picked up at one of the meeting points in the city of your choice along the coast, you will enjoy a comfortable transfer to the park. Explore the Nature Park Biokovo and its new observation deck - the Skywalk.  Photo stops will be made at 800 and 1200 meters above sea level. Admire spectacular view over the sea and islands along the Croatian coastline. You will also see olive trees and small cultivated plots of land which make up the unique landscape of this area. Experience the rich flora and fauna of Mount Biokovo on a short walk on the mountain. You will also enjoy some fruit cake, a warm beverage and a taste of herbal brandy during the tour. At the end, you will be dropped back to where you were picked up.

Tučepi: Zip Line Experience

2. Tučepi: Zip Line Experience

Slide down the cables, accompanied by professional tour guide in the heart of Makarska Riviera at the Gornje Tučepi. There are 6 steel cables stretched across a beautiful canyon in Tučepi, right in the middle of untouched nature. The total length of the cables is 1000 meters, long enough to provide a fantastic experience for all zip-liners. You can even bring your kids, children under 20 kg ride tandem, accompanied by a professional expert zip line guide. This is an experience for the whole family as it is adapted for all age groups and has a high level of security.

Tucepi: Snorkeling Boat Tour of Hvar, Brac, or the Riviera

3. Tucepi: Snorkeling Boat Tour of Hvar, Brac, or the Riviera

Discover the turquoise underwater world of the Adriatic Sea on a speedboat snorkeling tour. Choose a ride to the islands of Hvar, Brac, or the Makarska Riviera and dip into the warm waters at two different snorkeling sites. Meet at the diving and water sport center in the harbor of Tucepi. Enjoy the wind on your face as you ride by speedboat to your chosen location. Drop anchor and take the opportunity to snorkel in the crystal clear waters of the southern Adriatic. Discover small bays, schools of fish, snails, small caves, steep walls, and sometimes even seahorses. After your first dive, enjoy the sun on the sundeck and relax before heading to the second snorkeling site. Return to Tucepi full of the beautiful imagery of the world below the surface.

From Makarska: Full-Day Dubrovnik Tour

4. From Makarska: Full-Day Dubrovnik Tour

A pleasant panorama drive leads you to the Makarska Riviera, the Baćina Lakes, the valleys of the river Neretva, passes by the Elaphites and ends with the pearl among Adriatic cities, in Dubrovnik. During your journey, make a short stop in Neum for a break. This town is a unique monument of culture and history and as such is under UNESCO's protection, and together with its huge walls, it has been witness to a rich and vivacious past of the people in this region. On arrival, take a tour of the Old Town area. Enjoy some free time for lunch, shopping, or exploring at your own pace. Learn about the history during the sightseeing tour of the older part of the town, followed by your leisure time which you can spend strolling through the narrow alleys, stairs, squares. Finally, depart from Dubrovnik and arrive at around 7:30 PM.

From Tučepi: Makarska Riviera Private Sailing Day Trip

5. From Tučepi: Makarska Riviera Private Sailing Day Trip

Your private sailing boat trip will start at the Harbor of Tucepi at the sailing boat. By a class of sparking wine the skipper will give to everyone a boat briefing. After all is ready you will leave the harbor and sail with the wind to one of the island Hvar or Brač. The skipper will tell you about the possibilities where to this day, by wind and weather. There planed a swimming and snorkeling stop. It is possible to bring your own drinks and food for the day. The sailing boat have a fully equipped kitchen. Please try bring no glass bottles. If you would like to ware shoes. Please bring some with withe sols. After we finished the swimming stop we will start with the second times sailing and will sail between the islands back to Tucepi harbor.

From Makarska: Krka National Park Excursion

6. From Makarska: Krka National Park Excursion

Enjoy a drive along Croatia’s coast, passing Split, Solin, Kaštela, Trogir, Primošten, and Šibenik on the way to Krka National Park, one of the most beautiful national parks in Europe, located in the Šibenik-Knin County. Arrive at Krka National Park, and marvel at the waterfalls that cascade over 17 natural barriers. Enjoy ample time to explore the natural environment, swim in clear river waters and relax in the shade of the old oak and ash trees.

Krka Waterfalls Excursion from Makarska Riviera

7. Krka Waterfalls Excursion from Makarska Riviera

Enjoy a pleasant drive and stop shortly in ethno-agro park Stella Croatica located on Klis. Here you will get insights into Dalmatian gastronomic heritage as well as the beauty of natural and ecological products. Admire the Krka River, which flows through the Krka National Park. See the largest limestone barrier in Europe, Skradinski Buk, where the water of the river has formed many small lakes and streams. Walk along some of the park's many trails, and visit an old mill. During the summer, you can also enjoy a swim in the river under the waterfalls.

From Makarska Riviera: Full-Day Split & Trogir Tour

8. From Makarska Riviera: Full-Day Split & Trogir Tour

Diocletian, a revolutionary emperor built a huge palace in the center of Split. today, this well-preserved palace is not only the center of the city but also a part of the UNESCO World Heritage, and acts as the trademark of the city. The palace is just one of your stops during a visit to this old but beautiful city. Enjoy lunch in one of local taverns, go shopping or simply enjoy the sun and beautiful weather of that forever young city, while sipping coffee on its seafront. Next stop on the tour is Trogir, a stone city situated on an island connected to the mainland and Ciovo island by bridges. The old part of the city, also protected by UNESCO, is a true treasure for lovers of architecture and Renaissance, Baroque and Romanesque churches. Trogir is also called the city-museum, because of its old buildings and sights, like a portal made by Master Radovan at the very entrance of the cathedral dating back to 1240. The loggias from the Renaissance, small narrow streets and squares, multiple restaurants, cafes, souvenir shops and galleries along with cultural and music events, give this town a Mediterranean atmosphere.

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What people are saying about Makarska

Overall rating

4.7 / 5

based on 132 reviews

Super organization. Pickup of participants from a convenient place for them. Easy contact with the organizer. A trip that will remain in our memory for a long time, not only because of the unforgettable impressions and views, but also the professional and charismatic care of a guide. Mrs. Anna Maria is the right person for the so-called appropriate position. Incredibly outgoing, knowledgeable, who with her smile and sense of humor made it an unforgettable trip for us!

We had an amazing day on the sailboat. We sailed to a secluded bay and jumped into the ocean. The captain was experienced and was attentive to our whishes. We could not be happier with our trip and we would highly recommend it! Ps; bring your own food.

Minibus ontime & air conditioned. Ann-Marie was very knowledgeable. The views from the Skywalk was spectacular. Definitely recommend

It was a great experience for both children and adults. The guides are extremely helpful and the security is top notch.

It's a great experience! Anyone who likes action should have done this. The ride with the shuttle bus worked great.