7 historical places you should visit in Makarska!
Updated: Apr 13, 2020
If you're visiting a place and skipping visiting its cultural heritage, you're missing out on a big chunk of what the destination has to offer. Also, if you ignore these spots, you will not be able to get a true impression of the people, culture and tradition. If you are an experienced traveler, you know the importance of, what some people like to call, "some old buildings". For everyone else, we would like to present you a list of the 7 most important places you should visit in Makarska!
Don't listen to what they say, go and see!
1. 'Kacic' square - monument to Andrija Kacic Miošic, the central square was built in 1890. On the #kacicsquare is also, the church of St Mark, and to the north, a public library and a music school. During the day, due to the extreme heat, the square is empty, but at it night turns into a real music show. It becomes the center for a multitude of concerts and street performers. From classic, traditional, to modern music, for every taste.
Instagrammers love Kacic square ;)
2. Malacological Museum of the Franciscan #monastery was founded by Fra Jure Radic in 1963. Magnificent display of snails and shellfish of the Adriatic, as well as around the world, today it is the most famous Malacological collection in Croatia. The museum has valuable herbarium of plants from Biokovo mountain and small paleontological collection. It is open in the old Franciscan monastery that is under legal protection as a cultural monument.
3. Lighthouse St. Peter was built in 1884 and is located on the peninsula, near the main town beach. It is a stone building, and surrounded by natural rocky beach. If you make a tour of the #StPeterPeninsula, you cannot miss it. It is one of the favorite places of photographers to photograph cute newly married couples.
Take a walk along forest on peninsula St. Peter to get to lighthouse. Experience is pretty amazing
4. Sanctuary Vepric - Croatian sanctuary #Vepric is dedicated to Our Lady of Lourdes. Founded in 1908 by Bishop Dr. Juraj Caric. The natural cave and the whole landscape with hills, plants and live creek reminiscent of Lourdes. Because of its n