Trips in surroundings: The small villages of Veliko Brdo, Puharici, Makarska and Kotisina are located beneath the mountain Biokovo and bound to the town. They are extremely attractive for those who want to make a trip, especially because there are neatly marked paths leading to the peaks of the mountain Biokovo. The very mountain abounds in endemic specimens of plants and mouflons and chamois, which makes Biokovo suitable those interested in hunting.

Trips to other Dalmatian destinations: The geographical position of Makarska is perfect if you want to make a day excursion to Split, Dubrovnik, Medjugorje or to the nearby islands of Brac, Hvar or Korcula. An extraordinary blend of Mediterranean and Oriental culture can be felt in Mostar. The heritage typical of the Dalmatian hinterland can be explored in Imotski, situated above two lakes.

You can take a trip with little boats and enjoy in natural beauty of islands Brac, Hvar and Korcula. The atmosphere on this fish-picnics is really dalmatian: fish, wine and authentic music.
The area of mountain Biokovo is a "NATURE PARK" . Excursions to Biokovo lasting half a day, a day or few days led by an expert and are possible alpinist and caving tours as well as recreative stay on the mountain in small cottages.
Krka, a river in Dalmatia, belongs to the county of Šibenik and Knin. River Krka springs at the foot of mountain Dinara, three and a half kilometres northeast of the town of Knin at the foot of 22 m high the "Topoljski slap Falls".
The group of the Plitvicka jezera lakes, proclaimed a National Park in 1949, are a mountain area covered by woods with a string of 16 beautiful little and great lakes of crystal clear blue-greenish water.
RAFTING - If you like excitement rafting on the Cetina River (25km from Makarska) is the real thing for you.
MEDJUGORJE - A world famous sanctuary, shrine of Blessed Virgin Mary.
SPLIT - A town of classical Roman, old Croatian, Romanesque and renaissance architecture, with a Mediterranean atmosphere. It abounds in many cultural and historical monuments and one of the examples of it is the widely known Palace of Deocletian.