Tourist destination info Brela

Brela is a small tourist place on the Makarska Riviera. It is one of the most popular destinations of this Riviera, because of its natural and cultural wealth, crystal clear water, natural pebble beaches and beautiful promenades. „To Beroyllia“  is the oldest written historical and cultural monument of the place, mentioned around year 950. The beginning of an organized tourism started with the opening of the first inn under the name of Soline. Visit the examples of the cultural heritage of this place, such as the church of St. Stjepan (built in 1897), church of Our Lady of Karmel (a valuable monument of the baroque architecture, built in 1715), St. Juraj church (built in 1906), Church of Our Lady of Good Health, church of St. Nikola (since the pre-Turkish time, around 5 centuries old), St. Ilija church (from the 18th century with the features of rural architecture), St. Roko chapel (built in 1856), Our Lady’s Chapel at Dubci (built in 1870), St. Kajo chapel (located on Nevista, mentioned in 1768), as well as numerous other historical sites. Visit the natural beauties in Brela, such as the natural monument “Kamen Brela”, “vruje” (a place where the cliffs tumble into the sea, to the depths of over 100m), beach “Dugi Rat”, a centuries-old oak in Soline, Nevistina stina ( Bride’s rock), Zmajevaca pit and Medvidina cave. Sports and active vacation fans can enjoy in Brela and relax by hiking, cycling, tennis, table tennis, free climbing, football, basketball, volleyball, diving, jet-ski, fishing, sailing, as well as numerous other activities. If you would like to get acquainted with the gastronomy of this region and savor its specialties, visit the restaurants “Feral”, “Mediteran” and “Punta Raba”, as well as the taverns “Galinac” and “Kricak”.

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Makarska is one of the most famous tourist destinations on the Croatian coast. The city is full of tourist activities and everyone is sure to find something to their liking. Makarska has several historical monuments such as the Franciscan monastery (which includes a library, a Malacological museum, and the “Planina i More” institute) the church of St. Mark, church of St. Peter, city museum and the church of St. Philip. Those who prefer sports and recreation can take part in cycling, sailing, jet-ski riding, basketball, hunting, soccer, volleyball, paragliding, hiking, rafting, fishing and scuba diving.

Split is one of the best known and most visited tourist destinations in Croatia and the second largest city in the country.  It is an eternally young city which lives with a slow pace that is very easy to get accustomed to. This city is rich in historical monuments of which we recommend the following: Diocletian’s palace (the heart of the city), the Iron Gate, the statue of bishop Gregory of Nin, the cathedral of St. Duje, church of St. Francis, cathedral of St. Peter, the main court, city basement, St. Anne’s monastery and many others.

Hvar is an ancient city with a rich history. The city faces the sunny South side of the world and has the sunniest days during the year. Its name comes from the island’s Greek name Pharos. Of the city’s historical monuments you can visit the fortress Fortica, the Hvar cathedral, theatre and Franciscan monastery. Hvar is the heart of Croatian island tourism and is one of the most visited destinations in the entire Adriatic. The main attractions of the city are: its warm, sunny climate, its various accommodation opportunities, sport and recreation, its natural beauty, a good gastronomic offer and the city’s active night life.

Bol is the oldest town on the coast of Brac. It is rich with long pebbly and sandy beaches which stretch for about 10km. One of the most beautiful beaches on the Adriatic is located in Bol – Zlatni rat. Historical sites enthusiasts can visit the roman aqueduct, tombstones and reliefs, old Christian sarcophagus, preromantic church of St. Ivan and Tudor, renaissance baroque palace, bishop residency and the church of Our Lady of Grace.

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