ivankeskic takes us to Baška Voda, a small town close to Makarska that owns all the characteristics of a typical Croatian coastal village. Opening up towards the Mediterranean sea at the bottom of the Biokovo mountains, Baška Voda merges former settlements of fishermen and merchants, offering authentic insights into the local life. Uniting both aromatic pineries and pebble beaches, dalmatian seafood and exquisite wine cultivated on the Riviera, as well as outdoor activities like hiking or snorkeling and cultural discoveries, Baška Voda fulfills a broad variety of desires when it comes to getting to know new places. Archeological findings reveal ancient stories and accentuate the cultural value of Baška Voda’s local traditions.These imply the existence of a settlement dating back to the Bronze Age and can be viewed during high season from June to September.