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Summer vacation in Makarska sure sounds like a dream. Due to its boost in popularity, finding accommodation in this Croatian gem is of great importance. That is why Villsy offers you 15 villas to rent in Makarska. The renting prices can vary, with the average weekly rate for these holiday homes being € 1300. The most affordable villas start at € 900, while more expensive ones start at about € 1700 weekly.

Our guests seem to favor the month of July for their stay, as that is when most reservations are made. Similar to other tourist destinations in Dalmatia, villas are usually reserved in advance. Therefore, don’t hesitate to contact us if you need any help when booking a luxury villa in Makarska.

Villas for rent in Makarska

The unusual town of Makarska is located in the vicinity of the peninsulas Osejava and St. Peter in Dalmatia. Here lies the cultural, economic and sports center of Croatia. Here you will find a picturesque harbor and moorings for luxury yachts. The beautiful waterfront promenade Marineta invites you for a walk directly on the sea. On the waterfront there are a lot of hotels, restaurants, bars, coffee houses and you can really enjoy the life, the summer and Croatia and let yourself be pampered by the way. The climatic conditions of Makarska are extremely pleasant as the annual average temperature reaches more than 16 ° C. Thus, you can enjoy many activities throughout the year, without worrying too much about the weather. Of course, the cuisine in this coastal town is dominated by delicious fish and seafood prepared in a Mediterranean style. Since everything is fresh in the kitchen and then on the plate, fish specialties here are a very special culinary delight. Of course you can not only enjoy the rented beach villa with its own pool in Makarska, but also do a lot of sports activities and also admire many sights.

Getting to Makarska

Of course you can also reach Makarska from Germany by car. Depending on the direction of access (from Austria, Hungary, Slovenia, Bosnia) you can get via Zagreb and the new motorway A1 or the Adriatic road to Makarska. Of course, traveling by plane is easier and faster. The airports in Split and Dubrovnik are the closest. Dubrovnik is already about 165 km away from Makarska. Buses from Dubrovnik or Split leave every 30 minutes during peak season. Of course you can also rent a car. Split Airport is 30 minutes away from Split Bus Station and is connected by minibus and taxi car. From Split, it is just over 80 km to Makarska, taking the A1 motorway, and just over 60 km over the coastal road. However, with just over an hour, the motorway connection is much faster than the one and a half hours required on the coast road. In principle, you just have to decide what is important to you - nice views or fast track cover.

What to Discover in Makarska

Makarska offers a lot of history, picturesque streets and buildings. An exploration through the old town is definitely worthwhile and should not be missed. In the square Kačić Miošić, in the very center of the town, you will find the church of St. Mark's. This square is located in the ancient district of Makarska with its narrow streets, which reminds a bit of a paved Mediterranean labyrinth. The architecturally very interesting Franciscan Monastery is located in the southeastern district. The former wine cellar now serves as a shell museum, which is a bit idiosyncratic. The main attraction of Makarska, however, are certainly the beaches that stretch all along the coast. They are considered the best beaches in Croatia and you can practice a lot of water sports here.

What to do in Makarska

Nature lovers should not miss a visit to the Biokovo Nature Park, whose main attraction is the Dinaric Mountains. In 1981 a park was formed around the mountain massif. In addition to the magnificent and impressive view of majestic mountain peaks you can see many rare plants and wild animals. An unforgettable experience! On the peninsula of St. Peterkann you can also make very nice walks and especially admire the remaining fragments of old defensive structures. Almost the entire territory of the peninsula is covered by lush vegetation, which forms a magical background for all the fragments of historic buildings. Another beautiful nature park is the Osejava Park. It is located on a mountainside overlooking a small picturesque bay. Accordingly, some areas of the park offer impressive views of the coast.

Explore the islands

If you want to visit Croatian islands, Makarska is perfectly located for that. The island of Brač is literally right in front of it and you can reach it in about 20 minutes by ferry. Yes, that means that you can take a car with you and do some serious exploring. But the magnificent Hvar is also very close by, so you may want to think about renting a boat when in town. Imagine, enjoying your luxury villa with a pool in Makarska in the morning and swimming in a magical cove of one of these islands in the afternoon. Not to mention that you can easily get to Zlatni rat, probably THE most famous beach in the whole Croatia. And if you do go for a boat, be that a full rental, a boat transfer, or maybe even a boat tour, don't forget about other places, either. The incredible Blue Cave near the island of Vis is certainly a great choice, but Korčula and the Pelješac peninsula certainly have a lot going for them, too. Find the right villa for rent with a private pool in this part of Croatia with Villsy, and a world of opportunities will open up in front of you.

Party with the locals

Makarska also has a fair bit to offer in terms of nightlife (there's a club in a real cave you have to visit!), and one aspect of it is quite unique. The fishermen's nights which celebrate the town's heritage and history are a great opportunity for you to start mingling with the locals. There will be great food (local specialties), traditional music, games, drinks and a whole lot of other things to enjoy. Nothing too fancy, just good clean summer fun. The smell of some fantastic dishes fills out the evening air, and you would do well to try some of the local wines. This kind of night out will certainly add an interesting twist to your Croatian luxury villa holiday and you could even make friends with some of the locals over a nice seafood bite. The whole thing looks like some sort of festival, really, but don't worry if you miss one because these nights are held several times during the course of each summer. So book your holiday villa in Makarska, Croatia with a private pool and prepare for a very special vacation.

Why use Villsy

Makarska is a beautiful place and always a great destination for a Croatia holiday. In addition to all the great activities and sights that can be experienced and admired, you as a tourist but certainly want a really nice relax by the swimming pool and relax in a well-equipped villa. That's why at Villsy all the villas are individually selected, carefully checked and visited again. So you can be sure that the villa meets the highest standards, and you can really enjoy your holiday fully. The villas can be conveniently booked online at Villsy and our customers have friendly and knowledgeable 24/7 customer service at their disposal.
Makarska is a lesser-known area among tourists, but it’s rapidly growing popularity thanks to the numerous things you can do here. The top attractions in Makarska include Nature Park Biokovo, the Biokovo Mountain, the Makarska Harbor, and the Peninsula of St. Peter.
Makarska is a city on the Adriatic coastline of Croatia. It is located at around 60 kilometers from Split and 140 kilometers northwest of Dubrovnik. It’s in the heart of the Biokovo Mountain, being part of several small settlements along the coast.
The fastest way to reach Dubrovnik from Makarska is by boat. Remember that this route is available only during peak season and that it is a foot-passenger only ferry. Cars aren’t allowed on board.