How expensive is Makarska Riviera?

Travelling around a world has enormous benefit for our mental health, but also heavy weight on our savings. That is way we always prepare, explore and decide, how much money we want to spend on our next holiday.

Croatia and its part Makarska Riviera abounds with natural beauties and wonders, miles long beaches, huge cultural heritage, many restaurants with amazing food, villas with heated pools... but how much expensive Makarska Riviera really is?


1. TRANSPORT - Lets first start with getting here!

The price of the flight depends on the distance from Croatia and the airline you choose, but the only way to get to Makarska Riviera from airport is with car, bus or taxi. The nearest airport is Split airport in Kaštela, near second largest city in Croatia, Split. The distance is one and a half hour. If you decide to take a bus it will cost you around 50 kunas cca. 7 €, but you need to first get to Split train station. Prices for car rents depend on each car rent agency, but it is good to know there are car rent agencies in Makarska Riviera as well, if you decide to do exploring on your own. Few taxi service in Makarska also offer pick up and drive to the airport. You can contact them directly from our free mobile app Makarska Riviera all in and check for prices.

This app is free for every Android and iOS users.


If your landing airport is in our main city Zagreb, you can get to Makarska by highway A1 to the exit Šestanovac - 415 km, 4 hours, cca 200 kn = 27 euros for toll road. Bus ticket would cost you around 50 euros (both ways)


It is able to easy calculate cost to get to Makarska Riviera, once you decide your best way of transportation.

Transportation within Makarska Riviera is easy, there are buses and taxes driving all day, every hour. Depending on distance bus would cost you around 30 kn = 4 € per person.


2. ACCOMMODATION - choosing the best suited accommodation!

Prices for accommodation depend on number of days, people and type of accommodation. Makarska Riviera offers staying at the hotels, resorts and hostels or private accommodation, such as rooms, apartment or whole house such as villas. Price of the accommodation is inversely proportional to the distance from the beach. The closer accommodation to the beach, the higher the price.



For example, 2 adult couple planning to stay in Makarska Riviera (Tucepi) during summer peak in August for 7 nights. Such cost for staying at the hotel (bed and breakfast) would be around 10,000 kn = 1330 € (including taxes and fees).