Villa Makarana Apartments
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
Photos of Villa Makarana Apartments
TripAdvisor Reviews Villa Makarana Apartments Makarska
Travel Blogs from Makarska
... good and quite fast paced. After our team got out we went back to the boat to shower and kick back for a while. The group was going out to dinner at a steak house, but Tilly, Tom, Matt and I decided to save some money and head to the bakery for dinner instead. We got some 11kn Sommersby (pretty great compared to the 45 we payed on the boat) and Issy and I bought a traditional flat meat stuffed pastry and 2 sweet bun hotdogs to share, which cost us 15kn each. We sat in ...
... water here was much warmer than anywhere we swam down near Dubrovnik. And not as salty!! Don't know why. But we had several swims, and except for the first 2 mets where all the Europeans bob up and down all day, suspended on inflatables that tuck under their arms, we had the sea to the 50m mark to ourselves. Beyond that line, jet skis and motor boats went back and forth all day. People went up and out of sight on the parasails, the rides lasting at least 30 ...
... on some blogging/Facebook stuff as well as Montenegro/Albania research. We all had delicious pizza for dinner and all ate too much and had difficulty rolling up the hill home. As a result Doug and I ended up getting stuck playing a couple of rounds of Bocce at the restaurant waiting until we could brave the hill and re-packing before our departure on Tuesday morning. It was so sad to leave such paradise - and I think we nearly had to leave Justine ...
Took bus from Dubrovnik to Korcula, not very far but a 2.5 hr trip up the Pelejsac peninsula which has defensive walls across its base. The walls are 5.5 Kms and said to be the longest in Europe and 2nd longest in world. Arrived in Orebic at 5.30 pm to find we had to wait until 7 pm for the foot passenger ferry's next trip. The bus we arrived on went on a vehicle ferry and went to Korcula town on ...
... anchor then take lines to 2 trees on shore.
30th July we continue towards Split (by motor until 3 o’clock).
We leave Brač and reaching the mainland we pass a small town called Omis built on a river Cetina which disappears into a deep gorge. The town is surrounded by very high mountains. We think about taking Gullvika up this river but soon realise that we cannot trust the depths marked on the chart when we see “1 ...