Baska Voda


Baska Voda, a pearl of a village along the necklace of coastal towns called the “Makarska Riviera” in Dalmatia

Just down the coast from Brela, along the Makarska Riviera, is the beautiful Baska Voda, with its luscious beaches and throngs of sailors, windsurfers and sunworshipers. It’s hard to imagine that a town with just 2,000 people has 10,000 beds in hotels, private accommodation, apartments and camps. But its long white pebbly beaches, gorgeous harbor, very good restaurants, pizzerias and tavernas, cafés and pastry shops make it an alluring destination. Off the beach, Biokovo Mountain bekons and there are fascinating excursions to the hamlets of Bast and Topici, which are famous for home-made cheese, prosciutto and home-made bread (“ispod peka”), which is baked usually in an outdoor brick oven. And there are easy walking trails to Promanja and the tiny fishing village of hamlet of Bratus, with wonderful stone houses and village architecture. For some odd reason, the town is a Mecca for Russian tourists, who seem to know more about Baska Voda than Dubrovnik!  So there has been some excellent promotion from the tourist board to recruit these folks.  Having lived in Russia for 10 years, I can understand why Russians would love this town–warm, sea, sun, great fish! The frequent,  bus service from Baska Voda gets you to Omis and Split in 30 minutes or all the way down to Dubrovnik in three.


Tourist office

Obala sv. Nikole 31

21320 Baška Voda

Tel.+385 (0)21 620 713


Obala sv. Nikole 31
21320 Baška Voda

Tel.  +385 (0)21 620 713

FAX. +385 (0)21 678 754




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