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This region of Croatia is still little-known, it is a marvel with turquoise waters and secret beaches

This little-known jewel of the Dalmatian coast in Croatia seduces with its crystal clear waters and secret beaches.

It's one of the trendy summer destinations. 2024, Croatia. Reservations explode for the summer in this country which notably offers superb Mediterranean beaches for prices that are still accessible. Problem, it starts at the same time. know each other and there could be many tourists on the beaches this summer, particularly at the beach. proximity from Dubrovnik or on the island of Hvar.

Nestled on the sparkling shores of Croatia's Dalmatian coast lies a seaside resort which, although extremely popular, might still appeal to you. ;be unknown. The Makarska Riviera, located near just an hour's drive from the bustling resort of Split and beyond. two and a half hours from Dubrovnik, is the ideal location if you want to avoid some of the busier centers of mainland Croatia while still enjoying the incredible scenery from the country. The Makarska Riviera stretches for 60 kilometers between the towns of Brela and Gradac, at the foot of the incredible Biokovo mountain. This therefore leaves options for finding a haven of peace.

From the town of Makarska towards the mountains, the region is home to varied flora and landscapes, making the region the perfect destination for nature lovers, cycling enthusiasts and enthusiastic hikers. On the other side, looking out to sea, you will be greeted by endless views of the crystal-clear Adriatic, dotted with pine trees. hererc;les. Brac and Hvar are therefore easily accessible during boat trips.

This region of Croatia is still little-known, it is a marvel with turquoise waters and secret beaches

Although the seaside resort is now quite busy, especially in the summer, the seaside resort is now quite busy, especially in the summer. Attendance remains much smaller than in the past. Dubrovnik and Split. You will feel less stuffy and crowded while walking through the picturesque cobbled streets of the old town than ;agrave; Dubrovnik, assailed by Game of Thrones fans who find landscapes from the famous series there. in popularity In recent years, Makarska still remains somewhat intact.

But let's make no mistake, it's undoubtedly the beaches that constitute the main attraction of the Makarska Riviera. A vast expanse of pebble shoreline runs alongside the resort, giving way to the sea. incredible turquoise water that invites you à bathe. The waters are generally calm and surprisingly clear.

Beaches close to the city center can be crowded, but there are quieter options towards the east of the resort. The family beach of Gradska plaža has a large swimming area demarcated by buoys. For photos, go a little further, on Nugal beach, à less than 3 kilometers from the port of Makarska. It is unfortunately much more frequented but offers superb views from the pedestrian path.

Teilor Stone

By Teilor Stone

Teilor Stone has been a reporter on the news desk since 2013. Before that she wrote about young adolescence and family dynamics for Styles and was the legal affairs correspondent for the Metro desk. Before joining Thesaxon , Teilor Stone worked as a staff writer at the Village Voice and a freelancer for Newsday, The Wall Street Journal, GQ and Mirabella. To get in touch, contact me through my teilor@nizhtimes.com 1-800-268-7116