Makarska Bay from Swimming Pontoons in Evening - PHOTOGRAPHER COMMENT
Panorama showing the Makarska bay in the evening, taken from some swimming pontoons anchored in the water. It was an interesting place to take a picture from as they kept moving with the waves.
Makarska Bay from Swimming Pontoons in Evening - FURTHER INFORMATION
Makarska Bay from Swimming Pontoons in Evening - Makarska visitor guide showing a virtual tour of 'Makarska Bay from Swimming Pontoons in Evening' linked to an interactive map with local and travel information. 360Â° panoramas from Split-Dalmatia County.
Makarska lies at the heart of the Makarska Riviera on the Dalmatian coast of Croatia. The Old Town is built on a gracefully curved bay protected by two headlands, the Osejava and St Petar. Traditionally a fishing port, the town is now a popular tourist destination, both with those who come here for beach holidays and small cruise / sailing ships that moor overnight here in the summer months.
Just to the north of Makarska is Donja luka, whose curved bay and narrow beach is lined with various hotels and resorts. All of this is set against the stunning backdrop of the Biokovo Mountains. All this combined with a relaxing atmosphere and good restaurants make Makarska an ideal resting point of any trip along the Croatian coastline, whether for a single night or a whole week.
TRAVEL DIRECTIONS AND GETTING THERE
Flight: Split International Airport found 20km west of Split, transfer by either taxi or bus.
Ferry: There are regular ferries to Sumartin from Makarska Harbour. Otherwise take a ferry to from Dubrovnik, Korcula, Mljet, Pescara, Rijeka, Vis, Hvar, Spetare (Brac), Stari Grad, Drvenik and Ancona in Italy and then transfer by bus.
Road: Makarska lies on the 8 coastal road, about 60km South of Split, 42km south of OmiĊĦ and 140km (3 hours by bus) north of Dubrovnik.