About Baska Voda

Between the beautiful slopes of magnificent Biokovo Mountain and gorgeous blueness of Adriatic Sea, you will find the town of Baska Voda. It is an oasis of fresh air, fascinating nature, and history tracking back its roots to times of Illyrian tribes.

Baska Voda is a popular tourist destination, much thanks to its pleasant climate and a large number of local beaches. The summer is always full of content, thanks to numerous cultural events which cherish the settlement’s long history and well-established Croatian traditions, including fisherman fiestas and folk dance festivals. Fans of the old architecture can visit several notable churches, including Chapel of St. Rocco (dating from 15th century) and the Church of Assumption (constructed in 1636.) Malacological and Archaeological Museums are also valid spots for visit, as is Baska Voda’s Native Museum. Nightlife is also something you can count on, thanks to numerous restaurants, konoba-inns and pizzeria houses. A large discotheque with open-air terraces is always ready to provide entertainment up to the early morning times. A place of entertainment and leisure, Baska Voda is a vacation spot you always imagined to provide you with unforgettable summer.

Baska Voda

Take a Tour Through Beautiful Home in Bast

On the slopes of Biokovo Mountain in Croatia’s Dalmatia region, one can find a tiny settlement called Bast. The historical documents link its existence to as early as 1434, but the name suggests even older origin. As a matter of fact, it is possible that the site was populated even during times of Antiquity. Today, Bast numbers 136 inhabitants. Just this fact is enough for many to show interest in staying at this place during vacation time.  Add a number of old churches and charming natural landscapes that surrounds it, and you may want to schedule your arrival right away. If that being the case, a lovely Dalmatian house owned by pair from neighboring Makarska could be a perfect kind…

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