The sun-drenched town of Baska Voda can be found around 48 kilometers from the town of Split in the historical region of Dalmatia, which is located on the eastern coast of the Adriatic Sea in the modern-day country of Croatia. The town is divided into five major settlements, including one known as Krvavica, and boasts a rich history that dates back more than 3,000 years.


The port at Baska Voda boasts more than 150 places to dock and a crane for ships up to 8 tons. It first became an integral trading centre for the entire region upon its construction in 1912, and today the town is a highly popular destination for seafaring travelers. The climate here is typical of the Mediterranean region, with hot, dry summers and an average of more than 280 sunny days each year.

While visiting, be sure to venture into town long enough to visit the Baroque church of Sv. Lawrence. Dating back to 1750, it was the town’s first public building and was built on the ruins of other, more ancient structures.

Geographical :
Adriatic / South
Baska Voda / Krvavica
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