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Cottage | 2 bedrooms | sleeps 4

Key Info
  • Beach / lakeside relaxation
  • Nearest beach 2 km
  • Swimming pool
  • Great for children of all ages 5
  • Car advised
  • Air conditioning
  • Pets welcome
  • Private garden

Interior

3-room house 115 m2 on 2 levels, south facing position: living/dining room with 1 double sofa bed (155 cm, length 200 cm), open fireplace and satellite-TV (flat screen TV), DVD and air-conditioning. Open kitchen (4 hotplates, oven, dishwasher, micro wave, freezer, electric coffee machine, steamer). Sep. WC. Upper floor: 1 room with 1 double bed (2 x 80 cm, length 200 cm), bath/shower/WC and TV (flat screen TV), air-conditioning. Exit to the balcony. 1 room with 1 double bed (2 x 90 cm, length 200 cm), shower/WC, TV and air-conditioning. Exit to the balcony. Balcony 8 m2. Balcony furniture, deck chairs. Lovely view of the sea. Facilities: safe, iron, hair dryer. Internet (Wireless LAN [WLAN], free). Reserved parking (fenced). 1 pet/ dog allowed.

House/Residence

Veliko Brdo 2 km from Makarska: Single-family house, 2 storeys. Above Makarska, in the hamlet Prodani 2.5 km from the centre of Makarska, in a secluded, quiet, sunny position, 2.5 km from the sea, 2.5 km from the beach, in the countryside. Private: grounds 500 m2, garden flowers, swimming pool angular, with privacy (14 m2, depth 155 cm, 13.04.-26.10.) with built-in steps. Outside shower, terrace (80 m2), garden furniture, barbecue. In the house: internet access, washing machine. Available: boat (extra). Motor access to 100 m from the house. Parking (for 2 cars) at 100 m. Shop 1 km, restaurant 2 km, pebble beach 2.5 km. Walking paths from the house, cycling path 20 m. Possibility of boat rental and trips by house owner`s boat for 6 persons (on request, extra). Seasonal fruit and vegetable from the owner`s garden free of charge for house guests.

Makarska has always been the center of the surrounding region known as Makarska Riviera, both in an administrative, political and economic sense, as well as a center of culture, education, and since the mid twentieth century, tourism.

Today, it is a city of more than 15 thousand inhabitants that encompasses picturesque villages at the foot of the Biokovo Mountain, including Veliko Brdo, Puhari?i, Kotišina and Makar (which is where the name of Makarska comes from).

Makarska is one of the most famous tourist destinations on the Croatian coast, attractive for its nature and good climate, rich in tourist attractions and full of hospitable hosts.

To this day, Makarska is known for its sandy beach, which is almost 2 kilometers long. The walkways are lined with pine trees and surrounded by luxury hotels, tourist facilities, and gastronomical havens, and there is plenty of fun for both adults and children.

Makarska is located below the mountain of Biokovo (1762 m), which protects it from the harsh continental climate and is responsible for its rich Mediterranean vegetation, mild winters, long, warm summers cooled by a refreshing breeze called maestral.

Makarska has more than 2750 hours of sun each year and the air temperature above 20°C from July to September. During these same months, the crystal-clear sea also averages a temperature of above 20°C.

The city of Makarska grew around a natural harbor protected by a picturesque peninsula of Sveti Petar (St. Peter) and the cape Osejava. It is the only harbor of this kind between the mouth of the Cetina and Neretva rivers. In the past it provided protection and safe harbor during stormy weather to sailors, pirates and merchants, and nowadays it does the same for yachts, sailing boats and tourist ships. This contributed to its development into a trading port, especially during the Ottoman and Venetian occupation. Today, there is a ferry line which runs a few times a day from Makarska to Sumartin on the island Bra?.

During the summer months the harbor fills up with yachts and tourist ships, while young people crowd the main Ka?i? square enjoying entertainment and cultural performances.

As the night goes on, Makarska becomes livelier and livelier, and its cafes, restaurants and discotheques fill up.

The best way to become familiar with the history of this city is by visit¬ing the Franciscan monastery which recently celebrated its 500th anniversary. The monastery boasts a picture gallery, library, one-of-a-kind Malaco-logical museum (dedicated to the study and preservation of mollusks) and the Institute of Mountains and Sea. The church of St. Marko is located on the Kacic square. On its north side are: the Gojak gallery, located in the old school building, public library, the school of music, and the headquarters of the Makarska Riviera radio. The city museum can be found on the waterfront, as well as the church of St. Filip. The renovated church of St. Petar is located in the St. Petar park, a spot with a beautiful view of the city, magnificent Mount Biokovo and the open sea. Makarska's geographical position is 44° 17' 38" latitude and 17° 1' 20" longitude, which places it approximately in the center of north-western half of the Makarska coast.

The city of Makarska grew around a natural harbor protected by a picturesque peninsula of Sveti Petar (St. Peter) and the cape Osejava. It is the only harbor of this kind between the mouth of the Cetina and Neretva rivers. In the past it provided protection and safe harbor during stormy weather to sailors, pirates and merchants, and nowadays it does the same for yachts, sailing boats and tourist ships. This contributed to its development into a trading port, especially during the Ottoman and Venetian occupation. Today, there is a ferry line which runs a few times a day from Makarska to Sumartin on the island Bra?.

Size Sleeps up to 4, 2 bedrooms
Nearest beach Makarska 2 km
Access Car advised
Nearest Amenities 1 km
Nearest travel links Nearest airport: Split 80 km, Nearest railway: Split 60 km
Family friendly Great for children of all ages
Notes Pets welcome, Yes, smoking allowed

Features and Facilities

Luxuries Log fire, Internet access, DVD player, Sea view
General Central heating, Air conditioning, TV, Video player, Safe, Satellite TV, Wi-Fi available
Standard Kettle, Iron, Hair dryer
Utilities Dishwasher, Cooker, Microwave, Fridge, Freezer, Washing machine
Rooms 2 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms of which 1 Family bathrooms, 1 En suites and 1 Shower rooms
Furniture 1 Sofa beds, Double beds (2), Dining seats for 10, Lounge seats for 4
Other Linen provided, Towels provided
Outdoors Balcony or terrace, Private garden, BBQ
Access Secure parking

The Dalmatia region

The County of Split-Dalmatia is located in the central part of the Dalmatian region. The total territorial area is 14,045 km², of which the land surface is 4,572 km2. According to the administrative territorial structure it has 16 towns and 39 municipalities. The capital city is Split, the second largest city in Croatia (175,140 inhabitants).

Split is an important traffic crossroad, and also the largest ferry port on the Croatian Adriatic coast. The international airport is the second largest in proportion and in traffic importance in Croatia, whilst the airport in Bra? was built for smaller planes and is used mainly for tourism purposes.

The location of today's Split- Dalmatia County, was inhabited early on thanks to its mild climate, fertile soil and numerous springs of potable water. In fact, ceramic pots dating back to the Palaeolithic Age were found in the bed of the River Cetina near to Trilj as well as in the local cemetery of Šibenica in Glavice, The first villages were founded on the trade paths of the ancient Illyrians and Greeks. The Illyrians traded with the Greeks and founded the first urban centres such as Salona, Epetion and Tragurion whereas the Romans founded many of today's urban centres such as Split. The islands such as Hvar or Bra? were also inhabited in the prehistoric period, highlighted by the islands unique culture such as the oldest painting of a boat in Europe which was found on the wall of the Grap?eva špilja (Grap?ev cave) which is proof that sailing also took place in this Prehistoric period. The hinterland of Split- Dalmatia County, and particularly the Imotski border-land, was inhabited by the Delmatae (an Illyrian tribe) who battled with the Romans for centuries. History was continued by the Croats, of which the numerous monuments are proof of their existence, evidence that this county was the cradle of the State of Croatia. The numerous Croatian kings were crowned in Solin, and many were also buried there. The exceptional buildings created by famous architects as well as the many great literary works from people such as Maruli?'s Judita, have formed this county that once was the most important cultural centre in Croatia.

Born surrounded by poor soil, rocks and sea, the Dalmatian people were determined to be sailors, fishermen and farmers. Cultivating crops as the grape vine, figs and tenacious olive trees, nourishing their numerous families on the poor soil, the land worker's life was arduous and the fisherman's even more so. The male members of the family, as fishermen and sailors sailed out into the open sea in order to nourish themselves and their families. While awaiting them, the diligent hands of the women for years were "holding up the four corners of the house" (taking care of everything). The islanders did stone- masonry, bred small herds of cattle and built ships, and in Zagora the land workers cultivated the fertile soil near to the lakes and rivers, and bred cattle and especially pigs.

The Dalmatian is a man of strong emotions who is hard-working and proud, faithful to his friends, traditional songs and a good drink.

The Croatian Adriatic is one of the most beautiful seas in the world, which with its cleanliness belongs to a group of the cleanest seas in the world. It also contributes to the touristic attractiveness with its colour and transparency which increases the further south one goes out to the open sea. The approximate clarity of the Adriatic is from 20 up to 33 m, and the greatest transparency as a limpid sea indicator is measured out on the open sea and is up to 56 m. The endemic Adriatic plateau - Adriatic seaweed are also fundamental (Fucus virsoides) and the good dolphin as an indicator of limpidity

Makarska

Makarska has always been the center of the surrounding region known as Makarska Riviera, both in an administrative, political and economic sense, as well as a center of culture, education, and since the mid twentieth century, tourism.

Today, it is a city of more than 15 thousand inhabitants that encompasses picturesque villages at the foot of the Biokovo Mountain, including Veliko Brdo, Puhari?i, Kotišina and Makar (which is where the name of Makarska comes from).

Makarska is one of the most famous tourist destinations on the Croatian coast, attractive for its nature and good climate, rich in tourist attractions and full of hospitable hosts.

To this day, Makarska is known for its sandy beach, which is almost 2 kilometers long. The walkways are lined with pine trees and surrounded by luxury hotels, tourist facilities, and gastronomical havens, and there is plenty of fun for both adults and children.

Makarska is located below the mountain of Biokovo (1762 m), which protects it from the harsh continental climate and is responsible for its rich Mediterranean vegetation, mild winters, long, warm summers cooled by a refreshing breeze called maestral.

Makarska has more than 2750 hours of sun each year and the air temperature above 20°C from July to September. During these same months, the crystal-clear sea also averages a temperature of above 20°C.

The city of Makarska grew around a natural harbor protected by a picturesque peninsula of Sveti Petar (St. Peter) and the cape Osejava. It is the only harbor of this kind between the mouth of the Cetina and Neretva rivers. In the past it provided protection and safe harbor during stormy weather to sailors, pirates and merchants, and nowadays it does the same for yachts, sailing boats and tourist ships. This contributed to its development into a trading port, especially during the Ottoman and Venetian occupation. Today, there is a ferry line which runs a few times a day from Makarska to Sumartin on the island Bra?.

During the summer months the harbor fills up with yachts and tourist ships, while young people crowd the main Ka?i? square enjoying entertainment and cultural performances.

As the night goes on, Makarska becomes livelier and livelier, and its cafes, restaurants and discotheques fill up.

The best way to become familiar with the history of this city is by visit¬ing the Franciscan monastery which recently celebrated its 500th anniversary. The monastery boasts a picture gallery, library, one-of-a-kind Malaco-logical museum (dedicated to the study and preservation of mollusks) and the Institute of Mountains and Sea. The church of St. Marko is located on the Kacic square. On its north side are: the Gojak gallery, located in the old school building, public library, the school of music, and the headquarters of the Makarska Riviera radio. The city museum can be found on the waterfront, as well as the church of St. Filip. The renovated church of St. Petar is located in the St. Petar park, a spot with a beautiful view of the city, magnificent Mount Biokovo and the open sea. Makarska's geographical position is 44° 17' 38" latitude and 17° 1' 20" longitude, which places it approximately in the center of north-western half of the Makarska coast.

The city of Makarska grew around a natural harbor protected by a picturesque peninsula of Sveti Petar (St. Peter) and the cape Osejava. It is the only harbor of this kind between the mouth of the Cetina and Neretva rivers. In the past it provided protection and safe harbor during stormy weather to sailors, pirates and merchants, and nowadays it does the same for yachts, sailing boats and tourist ships. This contributed to its development into a trading port, especially during the Ottoman and Venetian occupation. Today, there is a ferry line which runs a few times a day from Makarska to Sumartin on the island Bra?.

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