Excursions - Makarska Riviera


Since the Makarska Riviera is located at the intersection of sea and land routes, during the tourist season offers you a multitude of interesting excursions; touristic ships to islands (Brac, Hvar, Korcula),  buses to nearby towns such as Dubrovnik, Mostar, Split and Medjugorje. Also, there are excursions to nearby natural wonders, such as the Plitvice Lakes, mountain slope, Krka, and for lovers of adventure canoeing or rafting on the river Cetina.

Split – Trogir

Split is the largest city in Dalmatia and the second largest in Croatia. The tour includes Split old town, Diocletian’s Palace, which was built in the 3rd century, and contains many historical sights such as the Peristyle, the Cathedral (Mausoleum of Emperor Diocletian), and Gold and Silver Gate.
As part of the trip to the city of Split, offers and visit Trogir, which is rich in cultural and historical monuments. Trogir is considered the best preserved Romanesque-Gothic town in central Europe. The core of the city consists of a castle and a tower surrounded by walls.


Mostar is one of the most beautiful towns in Bosnia and Herzegovina. Located on the banks of the Neretva River, and is the largest city in Herzegovina. It was named after bridge (bridge keepers). In Mostar there is a famous Old Bridge which like the Old Town is on the list of protected cultural heritage by UNESCO. City tour including various city landmarks, such as the old typical Turkish building, mosque and bazaar.


One of the most famous Catholic shrines, which annually visits the millions of visitors, and is located in the neighboring Bosnia and Herzegovina. After the Mass, visitors can climb to the Apparition Hill where the Virgin Mary first appeared to his visionaries.


Dubrovnik is one of the most historic Croatian tourist resorts, and is also on the UNESCO list of World Cultural Heritage. The ancient city, rich in cultural heritage. Surrounded by walls and towers, a treasure trove of cultural and architectural masterpieces. City tour reveals various city landmarks, churches, palaces, museums and squares.

Biokovo mountain

Mountain slope, a natural park above the Makarska Riviera is rich in animal and plant species. With the mountains providing a beautiful view of the coastal towns and islands. The trip consists of a panoramic boat and climbed the highest peak Mt, Saint George. If you want peace and nature, trips to the mountain is certainly our recommendation.

Plitvice Lakes

The largest, oldest and most visited Croatian national park. Forested mountains in which there are 16 lakes of various sizes. Plitvice abound numerous streams, brooks and beautiful waterfalls. The rich flora and fauna, forest trails, wooden bridges, clear mountain air and vast areas of forest are part of a whole which is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, one of the first in the world.


Krka National Park is known for its many lakes and waterfalls. Park covers the area along the river Krka which springs at the foot of the mountain Dinara. Like all national parks, and Krka is rich in plant and animal species. In the middle of the lake Visovac, there is the islet of about Friars care, such as the preservation of culture of these spaces and numerous historical remains, and the cultivation of crops.

Boat trips – fish picnic

During the season, on the Makarska waterfront daily can go on a one-day cruise. It usually starts in the morning and lasts all day. The price of the trip includes lunch on board. Most often, the ships remain shorter in Jelsa on Hvar, and a few hours in Bol, where visitors have the opportunity to see the city, and swim in one of the most famous beach in Croatia – Zlatni rat.

The town of Korcula and Mljet

Cruising along the islands of Brac and Hvar, and the Peljesac peninsula leads to the first destination – the town of Korcula, which is considered the birthplace of Marco Polo. The cruise continues to the island. The island is one of the loveliest and most densely wooded island in Croatia, and therein lies the National Park which is famous for Big and Small Lake where the salt water. The Great Lake is a small island with a Benedictine monastery from the 12th century. The trip includes free time for swimming in lakes or in the picturesque bay of importance, and enjoy a stroll through the pine woods.

Private accommodation Croatia – Apartments Croatia

Agency Promajna tours, except for excursions, also offers Makarska private accommodation.

Makarska accommodation and Makarska apartments are the ideal choice for those wishing for the ideal vacation at sea. On our site you can find www.promajna-tours.hr and accommodation facilities along the Makarska Riviera and beyond.