Top 10 Things to do in Sveta Nedelja, Croatia

April 6, 2018 Vergie Nakamoto

Discover the best top things to do in Sveta Nedelja, Croatia including Danielis Yachting, Nature Park Biokovo, Trogir Historic Site, Fortress Starigrad (Fortica), Brela Beach, Tucepi Beach, Putalj Winery, Biokovo Mountain, Omis and Cetina River, The St. Lawrence Cathedral.
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1. Danielis Yachting

Viganj 20267, Croatia
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5 based on 95 reviews

Danielis Yachting

Yacht Charter in Croatia and daily cruises and boat rentals in Korcula town and Viganj-Peljesac archipelago. Enjoy the wind, swim in the beautiful turquoise bays and discover the historical heritage of ancient towns. Danielis Yaching is a company which offers a complete range of nautical services in Croatia. Yacht charter of sailboats, catamarans, motor yachts and gulets from all over Croatia. Crew services, sailing schools, skipper courses etc..

Reviewed By llbee - Maryland

Our 1 week sailing trip in Croatia trip with 6 friends was amazing!!! S/V “Stella” was clean and well maintained. Each port of call filled with breathtaking scenery, incredible natural beauty, a gorgeous coastline, and wonderful people, wine and food.
Our captain, Martin Deletic, shared options for what we could see and do and we shared in planning our 7-day itinerary. He was attentive to everyone on board-inviting us and patiently tutoring us to be a part of our sailing experience. Martin arranged dinner Reservations and transportation at each port at our request. Our meals were in traditional restaurants off the beaten track. We enjoyed wine tasting, incredible peka in a vineyard, and homemade rakia. We enjoyed swim stops along the way in the refreshingly cool and crystal clear blue waters. Martin joined us as we explored each island providing a true ‘walking tour’ filled with stories and fascinating information.
Our 7 days aboard exceeded all of our expectations thanks to Martin. What an exceptional man with a passion for his job and outstanding knowledge of and pride in his country. We grew in our knowledge of the culture, history and people of Croatia. His sailing skills were exceptional and his care of the boat outstanding. Martin’s knowledge and skills as well as his sense of humor, adventure, and genuine interest in his “crew”. made our trip extra memorable! I highly recommend Martin Deletic!!!

2. Nature Park Biokovo

Marineta 16, Makarska 21300, Croatia +385 21 616 924
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4.5 based on 201 reviews

Nature Park Biokovo

Reviewed By KristinaRibaric - Rab Island, Croatia

Just a bit outside of the Makarska city you can find your way up to the beautiful Biokovo! We enjoyed a ride,nature,view and also staff working there! They are so friendly and helpful! Also,when is hot,this is a great way of cooling down,at least a bit:).

3. Trogir Historic Site

Trogir, Croatia
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4.5 based on 2 reviews

Trogir Historic Site

Reviewed By ShadwellPaul - London

Equally lovely by day and at night when the restaurants set out tables and chairs in the squares and courtyards of the walled city. South facing Promenade where the cruise ships and super yachts pull up was best avoided for food as the quality of food and the character of the restaurants within the walled city were both a lot better.

4. Fortress Stari Grad (Fortica)

Put Baucici, Omis, Croatia
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4.5 based on 230 reviews

Fortress Stari Grad (Fortica)

Reviewed By Les G - Horsham, United Kingdom

We unintentionally took the steep way up to the Fortica (from the river side) and had not appreciated that there was no definite path, just red and white circles/stripes to mark the correct, rather tortuous, route.
It was more of a climb over rocks, scree, holding onto pine trees to assist us.
It took us around an hour with our 50+ legs!
The view at the top was incredible, so worth the climb.
We felt sorry for the girl who works there having to make this journey every day.
The way we descended was more of a path, and again clearly marked, an easier option!
Take plenty of water with you, and wear walking boots, or trainers with good grip soles.
Don't forget a camera.

5. Brela Beach

Brela 21322, Croatia
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4.5 based on 268 reviews

Brela Beach

Reviewed By CGin23 - New Jersey

Brela is a beautiful town with amazing Beaches. All of the Beaches have clean and clear water. We are here in August and some of the Beaches are busy, however of you walk a bit you can find some that are secluded.

6. Tucepi Beach

Tucepi, Croatia
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4 based on 344 reviews

Tucepi Beach

Reviewed By Dale P - Harrogate, England, United Kingdom

Lovely stretch of beach where we would stroll to walk off our evening dinner.Just to note it does get quite chilly of an evening in early October
I was ok but my wife needed a shawl.The area was pretty quiet as we believe it closes in another few days for the winter.I can imagine it’s buzzing in summer and plan to return very soon

7. Putalj Winery

Putaljska put, Split 21000, Croatia +385 92 374 1545
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5 based on 219 reviews

Putalj Winery

Reviewed By Fred K - Coronado, California

The birthplace of Zinfandel Wine, the wine, hospitality, and vineyards all very memorable. The owner was both host and doscent and extremely knowledable......knows most of the US Zinfandel vintnors. Enjoyed both sunset and moonrise under a delighful pergola in the vineyard with spectacular views of Split and the nearby Mountains.

8. Biokovo Mountain

Makarska Riviera, Makarska 21300, Croatia 385998270185
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4.5 based on 249 reviews

Biokovo Mountain

Reviewed By skimeld - London, United Kingdom

23km of single-track precipice-edged road make for a hairy drive; and is definitelty not for the faint-hearted. Follow the blue Jure cycle signs to the James Bond-esque radio tower at the 1762m top. Best sunrise views mean entering park at c.530am (end August) but well worth it. Bring a sweatshirt as chilly at that time of the morning. Take your time to explore the walks too however, as the park is full of meadows of beautiful-smelling pines, blue thistles and alpine flowers and grasses.

9. Omis and Cetina River

Omis City, Omis, Croatia +385 21 321 698
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4.5 based on 397 reviews

Omis and Cetina River

Reviewed By Travelfan - Los Angeles, California

Omis (pronounced Omish) harbor is flanked by natural stone walls. This used to be the center of pirate activity, and there are remnants of watchtowers built high on the rocks where townspeople would watch for incoming pirates. A short walk from the dock (we arrived by boat) is the old town, with its alleys, shops, and restaurants. Immediately upon arrival, our group walked through the old town to the river, where we got a slow motor boat through the river gorges. Lovely scenery, very quiet, and clear water. Motored upstream for about 45 minutes, then stopped at restaurant Romanove Mlinice (included in our boat ride) for a snack (see separate review). Trip back was about 30 minutes. Enjoyed walking through the small old town and seeing the towering stone walls. Very different than other ports, and very charming.

10. The St. Lawrence Cathedral

Trogir, Croatia
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4.5 based on 617 reviews

The St. Lawrence Cathedral

The Cathedral, called St. John among local citizens, is the highest building in Trogir, dominating the area.

Reviewed By GeysirGal - Surrey, United Kingdom

This is of course the centrepiece of the main square, and indeed the town itself. An impressive structure completed in the late 13th century, the views from the top are good too, although the climb is not for the faint hearted. The Cathedral itself has the usual array of frescos and ornate ceilings, which I am sure for those who study these things contain much symbolism - I am not one of these. Still, you can admire the artwork.

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