Discover the beauty of Baška Voda
Baška Voda is a former fisherman’s village situated approximately 10 km north of Makarska and just south of Brela; the city has a population of about 3 000 people who mainly work with tourism. The city originated from the town Bast which is situated on the slopes of the Biokovo mountain; as the Turks invaded the area in the 18th century, the people moved to the sea and founded a settlement which later became Baška Voda. Besides the wonderful scenery you will find here private apartments, hotels and facilities of the highest quality: food, sport, recreation and historica
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