Rosina Hotel

Vukovarska 38, Makarska, 21300, Croatia | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on Vukovarska 38, Makarska, is near Trakoscan Castle (Dvor Trakoscan), Ancient City Walls, Sveti Klement, and Ancient Well.
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    Travel Blogs from Makarska

    Mountains Meet the Ocean

    A travel blog entry by jono.anita87 on Aug 15, 2013

    21 photos

    ... and looked out over the amazing view of the ocean as boats motored around below. Back at the boat we spent the next hour trying to wash our clothes in the small sink and shower in our en-suite as we were getting low on clean items only a week into our holiday. With the chores done it was rum o'clock so we ordered a few from the bar and sat on deck and drank them in the sun with a few others who were around too.

    A group of us decided to go to the markets ...

    Far Away on Hvar

    A travel blog entry by friesendm on Jul 23, 2013

    18 photos

    ... We found the northwest edge of the channel and worked our way down a seaside walkway towards the center of town.

    The maritime nature of Dalmatia is inescapable, but here on the north side of the island, the boats bring a different kind of visitor. Many of those enjoying the evening ambiance of Vrboska seemed to be Croatian, and if not Croatian, European. Hvar Town, by contrast, was full of English speaking tourists. Australians and New Zealanders ...

    Makarska and The Island of Brac

    A travel blog entry by elysetopher on Sep 09, 2012

    16 photos

    ... up, searched everywhere for breakfast and finally found a place that served ham and eggs! We then jumped back on the scooter and drove all the way to a town called Supatar, nearly 30km away. We wanted to make the most of our time on the island and while we had the scooter. The land was really barren that we drove through, with no animals in sight only olive trees and other fruit type trees. So much land around yet the cute houses that we saw, even new ones would ...

    Blustery rain- first wet day in a month

    A travel blog entry by jenny.fisher on May 14, 2012

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    ... floor as a kitchen with utensils of past eras. There is an additional area that is closed off to the public, from which we can hear the noise of loud, excited, boisterous children. We wonder if they are learning or just creating an energetic backdrop to this understated museum. Marco Polo's house is a big disappointment. It is basically a crumbling structure with some beautifully decorated stone windows. The ...

    We're going on a boat.....

    A travel blog entry by alexcooper on Sep 03, 2011

    ... in these lakes and walk the numerous paths through the forest. The scenery is spectacular. We caught a 15 minute boat ride to the small island in the middle which has a 12th centaury monastery on it. I have to be honest and say it didn’t quite live up to my expectations after reading about but it was still fairly cool.

    In the evening Sam got up and we went for walk around the island, then it was back to the boat for a massive mixed grill bbq that the crew ...