Makarska Riviera is one of the most beautiful and most visited tourist regions of the Adriatic coast. It is located in central Dalmatia, and the length of its coastline is more than 60km from Brela in the west to the Gradac in the east. Highest peak in the Mediterranean Sea basin – St. George (1762m) adds charm to the area of mountain Biokovo.
Land Riviera, which is obviously the center of Makarska, is full of picturesque places. In the north-west are such towns as Brela, Baska Voda, Promajna, Bratus and Krvavica, and south-east – Tucepi, Podgora, Drasnice, Igrane, Živogošće, Blato, Drvenik, Zaostrog and Gradac. Riviera is famous for its extraordinary beauty, rich culture and tradition, the blue sea, which lists among the most transparent in the entire Mediterranean basin, rocky beach, pine and olive trees, as well as a wide range of tourist offer. Markaska is a port city which forms the center of the Riviera with the same name. It lies at the foot of Mount Biokovo, in a huge bay limited south-east by the promontory Osejava and to the north-east by the peninsula of St. Peter. The city, surrounded by magnificent pine forests, is one of the most visited places on the Croatian coast, because it attracts tourists not only with the stunning nature, but also exceptionally mild climate and rich offers addressed to the guests.