About Brela

As one of the pinnacles of Makarska Riviera, the small municipality of Brela is a perfect example of Croatia’s tourist offer. Surrounded by seas of gorgeous blue tranquility and untouched natural resorts with fable-like atmosphere, it is a spot on Croatian coast which never fails to impress its visitors.

The coastal area of Brela is 6,5 kilometers long, and consists of sites such as Dugi Rat (proclaimed to be one of world’s most beautiful beaches by Forbes magazine), Soline and Maestral. All of them feature strong tourist infrastructure, such as beach cafés, massage tents and parasol rentals. Excursions to other impressive destinations, such as Medvidina Cave and Eye of Biokovo Mountain, are also open as options. Cultural offer includes a large number of old churches, including those dedicated to St. Nicholas and Our Lady of Health. A complex of Bekavci-Ivandic Houses will introduce you to local school of architectural design, while fortified constructions of Filipovic Houses are an interesting mixture of luxurious accommodation and military building. Modern art can be experienced in MAP center, located in the historic town of Brela. One doesn’t have to note that settlement is full of restaurants and inns serving local delicacies, so enjoyment is guaranteed on every field.

Brela

Funny World War II Document Revealed

History has many records that are uncommon, yet regarded as genuine. One of them is currently circulating the Croatian side of Internet, being shared over e-mails and social networks. It is a funny World War II document, dated to year 1945. During this peaking moment of global conflict, when Europe was engulfed in final battles against Nazi war machine, a certain ally officer in Brela had a problem of his own. The issue involved a rodent with taste for office props, and the entire thing reached such level of importance that message was sent to command in Makarska. Here is copy of the funny World War II document, written in local dialect. You can read translation in English below the…

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