Baska Voda - Croatia

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Church in Baska Voda

Along the Makarska Riviera you will find a lot of idyllic villages. One of these is the earlier farmer and fishing town Baska Voda. The town is situated only 10 minutes northwest of Makarska. Like most of the other villages along the riviera, Baska Voda is situated in a bay offering beautiful beaches and a safe harbor (as you may see in a map of Baska Voda)

In the summer Baska Voda is a lively town visited by a lot of tourists. It has all the attractions and charatcteristics of a small Mediterreanean town. A promenade makes it possible to take long walks along the beach and the harbor.

Baska Voda - Croatia

The churches are known motives from Baska Voda. Close to the beach you'll find both St. Lawrence Church from 1750 and St. Nicholas Cirke from 1989. These buildings are authentic examplars of the Dalmatian rural architecture.

In summer it can be crowded on the beach closest to the harbour, but where the bay ends new bays begins, offering space on beautiful beaches in both directions from the town centre.

The Adriatic Ocean offers warm and crystal clear water washing the beautiful white pebbly beaches. If you are visiting Baska Voda in May or in September, you may have the beaches almost by yourself and still experience warm days by the sea. The pictures on this page are taken in October.

Baska Voda is popular town for those who want to buy an apartment in Croatia. Although prices are low in Croatia, properties and apartments are quite expensive. 

In Baska Voda you will find everything you need for a pleasant stay. Hotels are situated close to the town centre and the town offers supermarkets, post office, bank, museum and restaurants. The Croatian National Tourist Board has an office not far from the harbor and the churches.

Baska Voda - sealine

From Baska Voda you may visit other towns on the riviera, like Brela, Makarska, Tucepi and Podgora. Off the coast you can see the famous islands Brac and Hvar.

Beach in Baska Voda

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