Located in the south of Central Dalmatia, Tucepi can be an excellent starting point for numerous excursions in Dalmatia, the islands, and mainland Dalmatia and Herzegovina.


Located in the south of Central Dalmatia, Tucepi can be an excellent starting point for numerous excursions in Dalmatia, the islands, and mainland Dalmatia and Herzegovina.

Mountain Biokovo

You can take a minibus to some part of the mountain, and then take a short walk to Sveti Jure. You can also go on a trip that includes a five-hour hike through a dense pine forest and slopes where chamois and sheep jump. Mount Biokovo, which rises above Tucepi, offers endless opportunities for walkers.
The highest peak of Biokovo is Sveti Jure (1762m). Bring enough water. Another popular place is the Botanical Garden, near Makarska, near the village of Kotišina, which can be reached by marked trails from Makar.

Skywalk Biokovo

“Skywalk”. Made in the shape of a horseshoe, Skywalk is located on the edge of a cliff, above the abyss, and offers an incredible view of the Makarska Riviera and islands that will leave every visitor breathless.


The largest Dalmatian city in Croatia, the second largest after Zagreb, known for Diocletian’s Palace built in the 3rd century, is the largest transport hub in Dalmatia, which has a ferry port, train and bus station, and airport.

Island Hvar

It is located 17 nautical miles from Tucepi. The town of Hvar, which is the largest settlement on the island, is rich in Romanesque and Renaissance buildings and full of a Mediterranean atmosphere. they call it Croatian Madeira.
The town of Jelsa, the second largest island, is known for its wine production. Possibility of a full-day trip.

Island Brač

It is located exactly 12 nautical miles opposite Tučepi. Brač, an island of stone, sun, and sea. As soon as you step on its soil, its beauties, clear sea, long beaches, pine trees, and all places for tranquility and fun will be yours. Small places: Supetar, Bol, Milna, Postira …..
Full-day excursions


A small town and port at the end of Kaštela Bay., 27 km from Split. It is a small island through which Ciovo connects with the mainland. Two millennia of turbulent past are inscribed on the walls of this town, which is an isthmus between gentle hills and fertile valleys on the mainland and the island of Ciovo.
Possibility of full-day and half-day excursions.


Romanesque, Gothic, Renaissance, and Baroque city – all in one. This city is without a doubt one of the most beautiful in the world. It is located in the south of Dalmatia. Full-day excursions by boat or bus.


A medieval town located inland behind the Biokovo mountain, near the fertile karst field of Imotski, famous for its wines. There are also the Blue and Red Lakes. This town offers a completely different atmosphere from the one at the sea. Half-day trips by bus.


Coastal, medieval town located in the picturesque canyon of the river Cetina, only 40 km from Tucepi. Five kilometers along the Cetina canyon, there are Radman’s mills, a picnic area known for baked bread and fresh trout. The river Cetina offers plenty of opportunities for those who prefer a more active vacation, such as rafting, canoeing, etc. Half-day excursions by boat or bus.

National Park Krka

is a vast, predominantly unaltered area of ​​exceptional and multiple natural values, and includes one or more preserved or slightly altered ecosystems. Its purpose is primarily scientific, cultural, educational, and recreational, and tourist activities are in the role of visiting and sightseeing.

Krka National Park was proclaimed in 1985. and the seventh is the National Park of Croatia. It is located entirely in the Šibenik-Knin County and covers an area of ​​109 km2 along the Krka: two kilometers downstream from Knin to Skradin and the lower Čikola. With the submerged part of the mouth, it is about 72.5 km long and has 22 rivers in Croatia. With its seven travertine waterfalls and a total drop of 242 m, Krka is a natural and karst phenomenon.


World-famous shrines located about 60 km northeast of Tucepi.

Nacionalni Park plitvička jezera

The most prominent and most visited among the eight national parks in Croatia – Plitvice Lakes, is the only natural, in the society of cultural values, in Croatia included in the World Heritage List (UNESCO) in 1979, among the first in the world.