Welcome to apartment Ljubica

 

If you are planning to travel to Croatia, I can heartily recommend Makarska, a small seaside resort not far from Split.It offers ample opportunity for relaxation, excursions and sports activities. My apartment would be a nice place to stay at.

 

This cosy little apartment in an old Dalmatian stone house is situated in the centre of Makarska, in a quiet street. It can accommodate up to 5 people in two bedrooms. It has a kitchen with the dining room, a bathroom and a nice terrace.It is equipped with the air-conditioning, satellite TV, free Wi Fi , the microwave oven and the washing machine.

 

The seafront and the beach are only about 5 minutes away. The fruit and vegetable market is also very near as well as the town centre with the main square, the restaurants and cafes.  The apartment has a parking place. Read more

 

 

 

 

 

 

About my town

 

Located at the foot of BiokovoMountain, which provides a splendid backdrop to the town itself, Makarska boasts beautiful pebble beaches lined with pine trees and sparkling blue sea.

 

Two peninsulas of Osejava and St. Peter enclose a picturesque bay, which in summer months is full of pleasure boats. The town spreads towards the rocky mountain of Biokovo.

 

Nowhere has nature been so generous with this spectacular combination of the blue sea, the mighty grey mountain, and dark green pine forests.

 

several important buildings in Makarska are worth visiting.  St. Mark’s Church, built in 18th century, dominates the town’s central square. In the middle of the square there is the statue of fra Andrija Kačić Miošić, a priest and a poet, who lived in 18th century. The statue was made by Ivan Rendić, a famous Croatian sculptor.

Next to the church there is the Venetian fountain dating from 18th century. The fountain has the oldest known town’s coat of arms. In the centre of the town is St. Philip’s Church from 18th century with the beautiful baroque interior. To the east of the port there is the Franciscan Monastery. It was founded in 1518, while the present building dates from 1614. The old and the new Franciscan churches are in the same complex of buildings. The monastery has a valuable library, the archives, and a fine collection of works of art and incunabula. The ShellMuseum, which has a rare collection of shells, is in the monastery complex together with the Institute “The Mountain and the Sea”.

On St. Peter’s Peninsula there is St. Peter’s Church, which was most probably built in 15th century. It was badly damaged in the earthquake in 1962, and was recently completely restored. It is an ideal place for romantic weddings. At the west entrance into town is “Napoleon’s Monument” from the beginning of 19th century.

Makarska, which enjoys brilliant sunshine for many days a year, is a perfect destination for a great holiday.  

 

 

 

 

Welcome to Croatia

 

If you are planning to travel to Croatia, I can heartily recommend Makarska, a small seaside resort not far from Split.It offers ample opportunity for relaxation, excursions and sports activities. My apartment would be a nice place to stay at.

 

This cosy little apartment in an old Dalmatian stone house is situated in the centre of Makarska, in a quiet street. It can accommodate up to 5 people in two bedrooms. It has a kitchen with the dining room, a bathroom and a nice terrace.It is equipped with the air-conditioning, satellite TV, the microwave oven and the washing machine.

 

The seafront and the beach are only about 5 minutes away. The fruit and vegetable market is also very near as well as the town centre with the main square, the restaurants and cafes.  The apartment has a parking place. Read more

 

 

 

 

 

 

About my town

 

Located at the foot of BiokovoMountain, which provides a splendid backdrop to the town itself, Makarska boasts beautiful pebble beaches lined with pine trees and sparkling blue sea.

 

Two peninsulas of Osejava and St. Peter enclose a picturesque bay, which in summer months is full of pleasure boats. The town spreads towards the rocky mountain of Biokovo.

 

Nowhere has nature been so generous with this spectacular combination of the blue sea, the mighty grey mountain, and dark green pine forests.

 

several important buildings in Makarska are worth visiting.  St. Mark’s Church, built in 18th century, dominates the town’s central square. In the middle of the square there is the statue of fra Andrija Kačić Miošić, a priest and a poet, who lived in 18th century. The statue was made by Ivan Rendić, a famous Croatian sculptor.

Next to the church there is the Venetian fountain dating from 18th century. The fountain has the oldest known town’s coat of arms. In the centre of the town is St. Philip’s Church from 18th century with the beautiful baroque interior. To the east of the port there is the Franciscan Monastery. It was founded in 1518, while the present building dates from 1614. The old and the new Franciscan churches are in the same complex of buildings. The monastery has a valuable library, the archives, and a fine collection of works of art and incunabula. The ShellMuseum, which has a rare collection of shells, is in the monastery complex together with the Institute “The Mountain and the Sea”.

On St. Peter’s Peninsula there is St. Peter’s Church, which was most probably built in 15th century. It was badly damaged in the earthquake in 1962, and was recently completely restored. It is an ideal place for romantic weddings. At the west entrance into town is “Napoleon’s Monument” from the beginning of 19th century.

Makarska, which enjoys brilliant sunshine for many days a year, is a perfect destination for a great holiday.  

 

 

 

 

 

 

Contact:Vedrana Boras-tel:++385 98 93 00 356

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