Makarska is a town on the Adriatic coast, situated at the foot of a mountain Biokovo in Split-Dalmatia County. It is believed that the name comes fromthe village of Makro, and the first inhabitants were the Illyrians in the 4th century. The city is the center of the Makarska Riviera, which stretches from Brela in the west to Gradac in the east.

Makarska has a Mediterranean climate and an average high temperature throughout the year. For this reason, it is developed as a tourist destination with a large number of tourists from all over the world. One who comes in Makarska on vacation, he wants to come back again or even buy a house or a building plot so the real estate is very diverse.


Baroque fountain in the square Kačić, Napoleon's monument, Makarska waterfront, memorial to dr. Franjo Tudjman on the promenade and many churches are part of the attractions that you can visit during your stay in Makarska. With many religious buildings, Makarska is featured by sanctuary Vepric, which is made of the cave with a statue of Our Lady, the chapel and the altar.


On peninsula St. Peter, on the fence, couples can lock the locks and make their love everlasting. It is an old Chinese custom that is accompanied by many world cities. The padlock hangs on a chain, and the key is thrown into the sea. Many love stories are immortalized in several foreign languages​​, so Makarska symbolically has become one of the cities of love.