Baška Voda is a picturesque village which is located on the Makarska riviera, Dalmatia, Split-Dalmatia County, Croatia.
Baška Voda located on the central part of the Croatian coast of the Adriatic Sea, in central Dalmatia, 48 km south of Split, on the western part of the Makarska coast, and at the foot of the Biokovo mountain massif.
Once a settlement of farmers and fishermen, merchants and sailors, Baška Voda has grown into a modern tourist resort with all the amenities and features of a small Mediterranean town.
Access : Coordinates: 43.3575, 16.949167 /
- Top sights in Baška Voda : Baška Voda has historical monuments and a museum. The burial monuments bear the names of the 13 earliest inhabitants of Baška Voda, as well as a boy named Ursin, who died during a shipwreck. / Underwater archaeological site / Church of St. Lovre / Church of St. Nicholas the Bishop – a church in the neo-Romanesque style from 1889 / The old school building in Baška Voda / Complex of houses on the coast of St. Nikole 33 in Baška Voda / Bronze statue of the patron saint of Baškov St. Nicholas
Go next : The tourist resort of Baško Polje and the village of Topići are also located on the territory of the municipality. / Makarska , a town on the Adriatic coastline of Croatia.