Transfer from Split airport to Makarska
One way transfer
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Makarska is a city in the Split-Dalmatia County on the Adriatic coast. This Dalmatian town is located about 60 km southeast of Split and 140 km northwest from Dubrovnik. It is a tourist center between Mt. Biokovo and the beautiful Adriatic Sea. Makarska is easily accessible by land, sea and air and it is well connected to the rest of the region and the whole Croatia. While you’re staying in Makarska, be sure to visit the surrounding tourist villages and islands of Makarska Riviera. Makarska is the center of the Makarska Riviera, one of the most popular tourist destinations in Croatia. Makarska Riviera stretches for 60km between the towns of Brela and Gradac. The Riviera is one of the most beautiful parts of the Adriatic coast with countless sandy and pebble beaches, pine trees, sparkling water sources and peaceful bays.
Brela has become one of the most exclusive and most wanted tourist destinations in Dalmatia due to the attractive natural environment. The Punta Rata beach has been internationally acknowledged as one of the 10 best beaches in the world. Brela is easily reachable by a nice drive along the Adriatic coastline. It is just 14 km away from Makarska and driving down the Adriatic Highway you have a beautiful view of the sea and the island Brač. Visit Brela and relax on the most beautiful beaches in Dalmatia.
Tučepi is located only 4 km from Makarska along the sea surrounded by beautiful nature. The town is connected to the Central Dalmatian islands (Brač, Hvar, Korčula, Lastovo, Šolta and Vis) through ferry routes running from Makarska, Split and Drvenik. It is also connected to Italy via direct sea routes running between Split-Ancona and Dubrovnik-Bari. It is connected by air through Split International Airport situated only 80 km away. Tučepi is a popular tourist destination due to its glorious coastline, richness in natural water springs and the preserved Mediterranean style of life.
Gradac is the southernmost tourist destination of Makarska Riviera about 40 kilometers south from Makarska, situated halfway between Split and Dubrovnik. Gradac has the longest and the prettiest sandy beach in the whole Makarska Riviera. The easiest way to reach Gradac is by land, it is a beautiful coastline drive on which you can make a few stopovers in Tučepi, Igrane or Podaca to enjoy the Croatian landscape. Gradac is an ancient town with remains of the roman buildings, ideal for an unforgettable vacation in Makarska Riviera.
In the center of the Dalmatian Coastline lies Podgora, an excellent place for your holiday. The best way to reach Podgora is by car or a bus, it is 70 km away from Split, 12 km away from Makarska and 140 km from Dubrovnik. The pleasure of your stay in Podgora will be increased by the well organized trips to near islands, ancient towns of Omiš, Dubrovnik, Split or the Nature Park Mt. Biokovo.
Podaca is a village located on the southern part of Makarska Riviera, beneath the Biokovo Mountain, only 36 kilometers away from Makarska. This true Mediterranean village of traditional stone houses and beautiful pebble beaches is an ideal vacation spot in Dalmatia. Located between Split – 100 km – and Dubrovnik – 120 km – Podaca is great as a stopover on your way to Dubrovnik or as a day trip from Makarska.
Drvenik represents a unique symbiosis of sea and mountain beauty with its bay surrounded by the cliffs of mountain Biokovo. Drvenik is a ferry port connecting Makarska Riviera to the island Hvar and the island of Korčula. For a detailed ferry schedule check: www.jadrolinija.hr . One of the more important monuments on the Makarska coastline is the fort Drvenik which sits on a summit overlooking the town. The town is well connected with all major cities in the Central Dalmatia by buses, so you can reach Drvenik easily.