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Described in recent times as one of ‘the best unsung beach holiday resorts in Europe’, the Dalmatian coast-lying Croat port town of Makarska is situated on a small bay between wooded headlands. Namely the rugged Mount Biokovo (a nature reserve which is home to golden eagles and Balkan chamois no less) to the east of town, and the Sveti Jure summit to the west. With reference to the previous quote, and it’s the so-called Makarska Riviera beaches which have won acclaim for the area and thrust it into the European holidaying spotlight of late, yet the port’s attractive and palm tree-lined seafront promenade, the old town feel of Kačić Square and the vibrant nightlife on offer hasn’t done the emerging town’s reputation as an ideal 2020 summer holiday destination any harm either. What’s more, nearby Brač Island demands tourists to the area pay it more than just a cursory glance, and with ferries connecting it to port, there really is no excuse not to familiarise yourself during a Makarska holiday.