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Dive into Baška Voda’s Turquoise Waters and Marine Wonder

Dear adventure seekers, your time has come – Dive with us into Baška Voda’s Turquoise Waters and Marine Wonder! 

Get ready to be swept off your feet because Baška Voda is the ultimate jackpot of vacation goodness. It is located right in the heart of Dalmatia, along the dazzling Adriatic Sea! Nestled at the base of the Biokovo mountain, this place is like the cool kid on the block with its awesome vibes. 

Baška Voda

And guess what? Baška Voda is not playing hide-and-seek with the world. Nope, it’s right there on the highway map, waving hello! Plus, it’s only 50 km away from the happening city of Split. That means you can reach this paradise by air, sea, or even train. Talk about options! 

But what makes Baška Voda the MVP of vacation spots? Well, for starters, it’s got that perfect Mediterranean climate – not too hot, not too cold, just Goldilocks approved. Picture yourself basking in the sun, breathing in that fresh mountain air, and diving into the crystal-clear sea. Bliss, right? 

And the beaches? Oh, baby! The Daily Mail knows what’s up – Baška Voda beaches are on their top-ten list for the Mediterranean. We’re talking about Insta-worthy views here, folks. The web cameras of Baška are like windows to paradise, and the whole world agrees. 

Baška Voda: Where Awards Sparkle and Adventures Beckon

Now, let’s talk awards. Baška Voda isn’t just a pretty face; it’s got the trophies to prove it. Nikolina beach, Promajna, some jaw-dropping restaurants – they’re basically the Beyoncés of tourism, raking in awards and accolades like it’s nobody’s business.

Baška Voda

When you’re not busy perfecting your beach bum pose, there’s a whole bunch of stuff to do. Museums, churches, monuments. Baška Voda is like a treasure trove of cool things. And for the thrill-seekers, there are water activities, land adventures, wellness centers, and cultural events waiting to spice up your holiday. 

Feeling romantic? Stroll along the seaside or take a hike on well-kept trails. And guess what? Baška Voda isn’t just a destination; it’s a launching pad for epic trips! Nature parks, Dubrovnik, lakes, canyons – you name it, Baška’s got it. 

Breathing in the Good Vibes

Imagine a place where the air itself feels like a healing potion – that’s Baška Voda for you! Dr. Frari, a Venetian doctor from way back in 1840, said it best: it’s a spot where life and strength fill the air. Not too long ago, they even built a Children’s Village nearby to help folks with respiratory issues. The secret? A mix of the sea breeze, clean mountain air, and loads of Mediterranean herbs. 


Once upon a time, people settled in this neck of the woods because of a handy freshwater source near the sea. Locals have been thriving on the goodness of ‘Basque water’ for centuries. The place is practically a water wonderland, with fountains paying tribute to this liquid gold. Even in the summer heat, you can spot streams of drinking water flowing into the sea along the waterfront.  

Pearly white beaches kissed by waves have been doing the cha-cha with streams from Biokovo for thousands of years. Folks in Baška Voda have been working hard, too – planting pine trees in 1933 to create natural shade. Today, those beaches are a paradise for beach bums, thanks to the perfect combo of nature and a little human touch. 

From Majestic Biokovo to Valley Views

Baška Voda owes its charm to the boss lady of the region – Biokovo Mountain. Biokovo gives us the gift of water, air, pebble beaches, and breathtaking views of the sky and sea. But, you’ve got to treat her with respect and visit when the weather’s chill, with an expert guide by your side. 

Meet Gorica, the grand dame – a majestic white poplar that’s been around since 1910, thanks to the nearby water source. With a trunk wider than your imagination (630 centimeters!), it creates a cozy shade for tired travelers and locals alike. Perfect for a little rest and relaxation. 

Baška Voda

Get ready for a rock star in the form of Ključ Kuk – a high rock above Krvavica. Locals also affectionately call it Babin zub. It’s a natural marvel and a symbol of the place. You might even recognize it from a children’s drama series shot here.  

Below Topić, there’s a valley that used to be a soccer field. It has since become a hotspot for nature lovers and “Game of Thrones” fans alike. We were there, soaking in the wonders of nature, and we can’t recommend Baška Voda enough. It’s a slice of heaven on Earth waiting to be explored. Trust us, you won’t want to miss it! 


Active Vacationer's Guide to Baška Voda

  • Walking Trails of Baška Voda Municipality:


  • Explore the network of marked hiking trails between the sea and the mountain.
  • Five recommended routes of varying length and difficulty await, leading to intriguing villages, archaeological sites, and even the famous “Game of Thrones” filming locations.
  • Educational Path of Dr. Fr. Jure Radić:


  • Embark on a 33-kilometer trail with 14 checkpoints, starting from the birthplace of the local naturalist in Baška Voda.
  • Traverse through the charming towns and municipalities of Podbiokovlja, following a route that intersects with parts of Biokov’s hiking trails. 
  • Seaside Promenade:


  • Enjoy a leisurely stroll along the picturesque beach of Ikovac in the west of Baška Voda, continuing to the beach of Podluka
  • The promenade spans approximately 2 km, leading to the town center and then southwards along the scenic Nikolina and Stazica beaches.
    • Extend your seaside walk for another 1.5 km along the beach, cross the little bridge, and follow the path through Baško polje, Promajna, Bratuš, covering an additional 4.5 km to Krvavica. 

From captivating hiking trails to seaside serenity, this destination has it all. Pack your bags, embrace the thrill, and make memories that last a lifetime. Your next great adventure starts here – Discover Baška Voda today! 

Your CTC Team

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