Transfer from Split airport to Baška Voda
One way transfer
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Baška Voda is an easy jaunt whether by car or bus. It lies just off the main coastal road and most buses running from Dubrovnik to Split make a stop there. Baška Voda is a modern tourist resort with all the contents and trademarks of a little Mediterranean city. You will surely enjoy the unique combination of the Adriatic Sea and the Mt. Biokovo. The vicinity of Makarska makes it ideal for a vacation of both relaxation and urban entertainment. Drive about 9 km along the Adriatic coast to the center of Makarska Riviera and be a part of the beautiful Dalmatian scenery. Visit the nearby towns of Brela, Podgora and Makarska, neighboring islands Brač and Hvar and the National Park Krka near Šibenik. Come and enjoy Dalmatia.
In the center of the Croatian shoreline lies a small village of Podgora, situated in the very core of Dalmatia, ecologically the purest part of the most limpid sea in the world. It is nestled at the foot of the Biokovo Mountain, whose slopes are covered with a variety of dense Mediterranean plants. Podgora is a village well connected to the major cities in Dalmatia, the distance to Split is 70 km and to Dubrovnik is 150 km, and both are reachable by public transportation or by car. Enjoy the drive along the coast and enjoy the mesmerizing sights.
Regardless of what route you take to get to the Makarska coast, you will be greeted by a magnificent gift of nature. Monumental Mount Biokovo, in its greatness and beauty, rises above the Makarska Riviera as an unconquerable protector of all tourist towns. You can reach Makarska by land or by sea. Makarska is very well connected to all major tourist destinations in the Riviera and the whole Dalmatian region as well as the islands Brač and Hvar. Explore the Riviera; enjoy Makarska and the surrounding towns.
Brela has become one of the most exclusive and most wanted tourist destinations in Dalmatia. The Punta Rata beach has been carrying the Blue Flag for already 8 years. Brela is situated on the ideal location for one-day and half-day visits to the nearby towns of Split, Imotski, Makarska, Dubrovnik, etc. Most of the one-day excursions which connect Brela with other destinations in Dalmatia make possible the exploring of this area.
Makarska Riviera is connected to this Dalmatian island through Makarska by a regular, direct ferry line to Sumartin, the eastern part of the island Brač. Excursions are organized on a daily basis departing from Baška Voda to Povlja or the famous Bol and Zlatni Rat beach. It is the closest island to Baška Voda and therefore is best connected to the mainland and to your vacation destination in Makarska Riviera, Baška Voda.
NATIONAL PARK KRKA
Driving up to the National Park Krka, you'll pass the UNESCO protected town of great value and rich historic background – Šibenik. A 2 hour drive along the Adriatic coastline is all it takes to see this hypnotic wonder of nature and enjoy in the pure air and calming surroundings. One of the most amazing things to see nexto to this national park is the islet of Visovac in the Krka River with a Franciscan monastery and a church dating from the 15th century.