Republic of Croatia is a democratic parliamentary republic at the crossroads of Central Europe,Balkans and the Mediterranean. It joined the EU on 1st of July 2013, and it is best known for it’s sunny beaches, islands and warm adriatic sea a
This comfortable 50m2 apartment, on the 2 floor, is A4+1 suitable for maximum 5 persons. It's composed of: kitchen with sofa bed, one room with double bed with WC/Shower and balcony for 1 couple, another bedroom with double bed and sofa with WC/Shower and big balcony where you can enjoy in wonderful seaview.
View of the sea and pine forest from the balcony. The apartment is located 100m from the beach suitable for children..You can swim from 01. May, the sea temperature is 20 degrees Celsius and in August the sea temperature is 26 degrees Celsius.
The apartment is equipped with: LCD Sat TV on demand, air condition and free WI-FI INTERNET. Parking place in court at your disposal.
Apartment is only 15 minutes of walk away from the city center and 3 minutes of walk away from the first beaches.
For all additional questions, please feel free to contact me. Welcome!
Makarska is a beautiful city on the Adriatic coast with less than 15000 people. It has everything what You will need for Your perfect holidays: beaches almost 2km long, good restaurants, clubs, trips to the closest Islands, diving schools, etc.
Only what You need is to choose it!
Guests can expect a peaceful accommodation in the apartment, but also an exciting day and nightlife.
Nearby there are restaurants offering cheap and traditionally rich food.
If you have ever wanted to experience the all extremes of Dalmatia and its most brilliant features you don"t have to hesitate.
Makarska is ready to offer you far more than that. The Makarska Riviera stretches for 60km between the towns of Brela and Gradac with the main town being, of course, Makarska. The Riviera is one of the most famous tourist locations along the Croatian coast and is also one of the most beautiful with a number of sandy beaches (rare for Croatia!), pine trees, sparkling water and peaceful bays.
Excursions: mountain Biokovo, Split, Dubrovnik, Brac, Hvar, Medjugorje and Mostar.
Of the sea, that is said to be clearest of the Adriatic.
Come here! Kommen Sie her!
Come and enjoy the healing massage of the Adriatic Sea and the smell of herbs mountain Biokovo in the apartment Milenka and Ante Gojak, Makarska, Croatia whenever you want.Tthank you.
Republic of Croatia is a unitary democratic parliamentary republic at the crossroads of Central Europe, Balkans, and the Mediterranean. It joined the EU on 1st of July 2013, and it is best known for it’s sunny beaches, islands and warm adriatic sea as it is a summer vacation destination for many Europeans.
More rugged and wild, and less developed, Dalmatia lies to the south, and can be divided into three. From the UK, you can fly direct to Dubrovnik (South Dalmatia), Split (Central Dalmatia) or Zadar (North Dalmatia).
The big pluses are the blissful pine-scented Dalmatian islands and the warm Mediterranean climate, but you also get plenty of historic buildings too (most obviously in Dubrovnik and Split, both Unesco world heritage sites), and the dramatic, soaring Dinaric Alps backing the coaThe most visited islands are trendy Hvar, with its slick minimalist design hotels and boho-chic seafood eateries, slower-paced Korcula, with its lovely medieval-walled car-free old town, and Pag, where Zrce beach near Novalje hosts a string of open-air music festivals through summer.
The main hubs for ferries to the islands are Dubrovnik, Split and Zadar, so with a bit of planning you can fly in and sail out the same day. For ferry timetables, see (website hidden).
Islands aside, the Dalmatian coast more than warrants exploration. If you hire a car and drive up from Dubrovnik to Split, you’ll pass the Peljesac peninsula, a haven for foodies with its hillside vineyards producing the potent red Dingac, Ston Bay, with its acclaimed oysters and mussels, and the Makarska Rivijera, with its fine pebble beaches and turquoise waters, backed by the imposing heights of Mount Biokovo.From Makarska you can go on island Hvar, Brač or Korčula.
From Makarska you can go on island Hvar, Brač or Korčula.Best is go on mountain Biokovo.Hier is convenient public transport for Split and Dubrovnik.
Dubrovnik is the southernmost city in Croatia, a gorgeous former city state which joined the UNESCO list of World Heritage Sites in 1979. The prosperity of the city of Dubrovnik was historically based on maritime trade. As the capital of the Republic of Ragusa, a maritime republic, the city achieved a high level of development, particularly during the 15th and 16th centuries. Dubrovnik became notable for its wealth and skilled diplomacy. The Republic was an early adopter of what are now regarded as modern laws and institutions and Dubrovnik became a cradle of Croatian literature. The city successfully balanced its sovereignty between the interests of Venice and the Ottoman Empire for centuries.
Parking for your car is is included in price.We can organize for you how get to in your apartment from airport.
This was a great place to stay in Makarska for the price, you can't go wrong! We wish we had more time and could stay at least one more night.
We stayed at Ivica´s appartement for 2 days. It was a nice 2 room appartement in a quiet street. The place could have been a little cleaner but it perfectly served the purpose and the communication with Ivica was very kind and helpful. A fine recommendation for everyone looking for a cheap appartement near to the sea in a quiet surrounding.
At arrival Ivica gave us a great warmharted welcome with a drink. The comfortable appartment is close to the see and a good restaurant. Thanks for a nice stay.