Taste quality food
Home cooked specialties (soparnik, collard green dishes, bread and meat under the bell, lamb on a spit…), apart from being so tasteful, are the best way to see how people used to live and work. Our household can thus become a place of meeting, entertainment, fun and incredible moments and experiences that will particularly cheer up our youngest guests. And after you find a great offer that matches the richness of gastronomy of the Republic of Poljica, the fun will never end. So, enjoy the rest at the rocky side of our beautiful country! We invite you to think back on our top places for super dinning experience and to explore the fairytale of the Republic of Poljica while relaxing in our beautiful countryside.
Atypical Dalmatian town
Stone gates through which a clear karstic river is flowing into the sea, impregnable fortresses that defy time for hundreds of years, an impressive canyon leading towards quiet islands of love and happiness…
Ivan Katušić, a writer from Omiš, used these words to summarize the geographic, geological and historical plot in which Omiš is situated. Thanks to its specificity Omiš found it place on the pages of many early travel books and artworks, and later even on the pages of travel guides and itineraries.
Under the Biokovo mountain
Makarska has always been the center of Makarska Riviera in the administrative, political, economical, cultural and educational sense, and since the mid twentieth century it has also been the centre of its tourism. Today it represents a town with over fifteen thousand inhabitants that includes picturesque villages situated under the Biokovo mountain: Veliko Brdo, Puharići, Kotišina and Makar after which Makarska was named.
Makarska is one of the most popular tourist destinations on the Croatian coast, attractive for its nature and climate, rich in tourist attractions and friendly hosts.
“The most beautiful town in the world”
Welcome to Split! When you arrive to Split, its residents will tell you, bursting with pride, that this is “the most beautiful town in the world and beyond”, and don’t even try to argue with them, because this thousand-year-old town with great spirit will make you see that when you finish discovering it.
The story of Split has been lasting for the past seventeen centuries, ever since the Roman emperor Diocletian decided to build a palace on the peninsula near the large Roman town of Salona planning to peacefully spend his last years.
Meet the town with 2300 year-old tradition. Its rich culture was created under the influence of the ancient Greeks, Romans and Venetians. With its concentration of palaces, churches, towers and fortresses on the small island, Trogir deserves the nickname “The Stone Beauty”.
Included in the UNESCO list of World Heritage Sites for its rich history and cultural heritage, in 2015 the town was named the most beautiful island city in the world by the National Geographic.
Plan your visit to the St. Lawrence Cathedral and the oldest Benedictine monastery in Croatia, in which the relief depicting Kairos, the “supreme” moment, from IV./III. century BC is kept.
The Krka River
The Krka National Park is a spacious, mostly unaltered area with exceptional and multifaceted natural values, and includes one or more preserved or insignificantly altered ecosystems. It is intended primarily for scientific, cultural, educational and recreational purposes. There can also be found many tourist activities intended for visitors.
With its flooded part of the mouth, Krka is 72.5 km long, and it is the 22nd river in length in Croatia. It rises at the foot of the Dinara mountain, 3.5 km northeast of Knin. With its seven traventine waterfalls and a total downfall of 224 m, Krka is a natural phenomenon. The traventine waterfalls of Krka are the essential phenomenon of the river.
Cave Modra špilja
The cave Modra Špilja on the island of Biševo is the most famous landmark of the island. It is located in the Balun bay on the eastern side of the island. The fishermen for Komiža have been familiar with the cave for centuries. It was revealed to the world in 1884 when, at the suggestion of the researcher Baron Eugene de Rensonnet, a bigger entrance was opened.
With the length of 24 m and the width of 12 m, the cave got its name based on the reflection of sun rays illuminating the cave with blue colour through the underwater opening on the south side of the cave. The sight of this phenomenon is the best between 11 and 12AM.
Holiday House Lučić
Nart 8, Dolac Gornji 21205
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