Makarska is one of the most popular tourist resort areas on Adriatic due to its long pebbly beaches and scenic mountains in the background, which creates a specific climate and picturesque views. 


Explore the streets and squares of Old Town behind the main promenade, which are abundant with galleries, souvenir shops, cafes and restaurants.

Enjoy the therapeutic benefits of fresh sea air by walking through the green paths of St. Peter peninsula towards west and then further to the beach for a lovely 2 km long walk along the seaside promenade.

On the eastern side of the bay, marked trails through the woods will take you to the stretch of pebbles, squeezed between red cliffs, an attractive nudist-friendly beach.

Malacological Museum holds one of the largest collections of shells and invertebrate fossils in the world with some very remarkable specimen, as well as a collection of flora of the Biokovo mountain and the Adriatic Region. The museum opened in 1963 and is a part of Franciscan Monastery (working hours 10–12h & 17-19h, except during Mass service).

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