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Baska Voda Holidays

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Split holidays

A quaint Croatian fishing village

At the foot of Croatia’s grizzled Mount Biokovo, Baska Voda is a small fishing village that exudes Mediterranean charm. A settlement of terracotta-roofed villas with a seafront promenade, Baska Voda has everything you could possibly want from an Adriatic getaway. There’s fresh seafood, local vineyards and gorgeous shingly beaches, all within a short distance of the town’s harbour.

Baska Voda holidays offer masses for explorers, who revel in its pebbly beaches and hiking trails. Wherever you are, the giant grey massifs of the Dinaric Alps dominate the view, plunging into crystalline waters to reveal wild, windswept coves. Baska Voda’s location on the Makarska Riviera means it’s an ideal base from which to take a day trip to Split to enjoy the city’s impressive architecture and fabulous restaurants. For natural scenery, magnificent beaches and much more besides, you need look no further than holidays to Baska Voda.

Your Baska Voda questions, answered

There are plenty of local specialities in the Dalmatian hinterland. Try the incredible paprika-laden ‘brodet’ fish stew, or – if you’re feeling adventurous – the frogs’ legs.
Baska Voda is one of the more rural resorts in Dalmatia. As it’s a bit under the radar, you can expect affordable prices and inexpensive eateries.
Baska Voda is on the Makarska Riviera, south of Split and near the border with Bosnia. It’s worth thinking about hiring a car so you can explore the surrounds.

Best things to do in Baska Voda

Hit the beach

The resort’s greatest asset by far is its beautiful coastline – thick with uninhabited beaches, deserted islets and clear seas, it’s perfect for a Robinson Crusoe-style experience.

Go island hopping

If you head to nearby Makarska – about a 15-minute drive south – you can catch one of the regular ferries to the islands of Brac and Korcula.

Enjoy a seafood feast

This part of Dalmatia is well-known for its oysters, which thrive in the pure seawater. Get shucking and enjoy a dozen with a glass of local white wine.