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You can see the whole of the sea front of Makarska by walking up to the statue of St Peter on the Peninsula. Continue round for sea views and a pleasant walk through the trees and then come down on the steps
A great walk, which looks like it will never turn into a walkable shore but it does. St Peter has the love lock Bridge, and further on are the ruins/ Chapel. After that, you can get to the Nudist 'beach'. We lay in the shallow...More
It's a great walk around the peninsula. There is a naturist beach at the top of the peninsula near the lighthouse. On a hot day, feel free to shed your clothes and interrupt your walk with a quick swim in the sea. Look for the...More
A fantastic little peninsula with great views across the Adriatic towards neighbouring islands and back towards Makarska. Combination of paved & semi rough paths around and through the peninsula. Lots of little areas for you to use to sunbathe on the rocks and plenty benches...More
Do this walk first of all for the stunning view of Biokovo,the town nestling beneath,seen over the clear turquoise waters of the bay.See the little Church of St. Peter.then enjoy the view of the old town over the harbour,Biokovo towering above.Not many towns can boast...More
Starting in the harbour its interesting to see the harbour from the opposite side to normal. The statue at the entrance of the harbour makes a good picture. From there you rise gently along the wooded cliff tops to St Peters which seems to appear...More
A fantastic walk which we did every day more than once.
I hadn’t heard of this before and came across the love locks as a surprise. I visited with my boyfriend where he proposed with an engraved padlock and my ring attached to the padlock...More
It's a good walk around the peninsular of St Peter. but be warned there isn't much shade for the majority of it. For the disabled, access is good for some of the way as it's a concrete path along to the little church, after that...More