The harbour town of Baska Voda lies on the Makarska Riviera at the foot of an enormous ridge of the Biokovo mountain range. The picturesque village has evolved from a sleepy agricultural and fishing village into a modern tourist resort. Several pebble beaches surrounded by pine forests and the beautiful village centre with good restaurants and nice bars are only two reasons why yachters and tourists are attracted to Baska Voda.
The public harbour provides sheltered berths, which have mooring lines and water and electricity. Sanitary facilities are also available. There are shopping amenities very close to the harbour where visitors can fill up on supplies.
Number of berths:180
Type of berthing:
Depth:1 - 4 m
- hotel on wooded Svitna Point, SE of the harbour;
- bell tower just E of the harbour
- harbour light on the breakwater
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