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Thursday, 12 October 2006 10:00
Apartments "Mir" are offering a true experience of the Adriatic coast, it's a place where you can relax and enjoy our beautiful coast in all its beauty. Our apartment building is situated on the beach to which you can access directly from every apartment. Each apartment also has a big terrace with a magnificent sea view.

Joomla! LogoApartments "Mir" Drašnice are situated in Drasnice, a small and peaceful resort village in Makarska Riviera, Croatia. Drašnice are 12 km south of Makarska, a regional center of Makarska Riviera, which is a part of the central dalmatian coast about 60 km long and only several kilometers wide, situated under the towering mountain Biokovo. The Makarska Riviera consists of a string of settlements along the coast from the town of Omis in the northwest to the river Neretva delta in the southeast. The long pebbled beaches, crystal clear blue sea and mild Mediterranean climate along with comfortable private accommodation and friendly people make Drasnice an ideal place for a family vacation. We offer you 9 luxurious apartments with its own kitchen, living room, bedrooms, bathroom, and balcony, equipped to the highest standards for your maximum comfort.

 

Admire the views of the central dalmatian islands of Brac and Hvar. Drasnice also offer water sport possibilities such as parasailing, waterskiing, jet-ski, rent-a-boat, etc. Beaches have small pebbles and are suitable also for small children.

Post office, supermarket, kiosk, market place, bus stop, restaurants, cafes are all situated close to the apartments, within walking distance. For tourists who like swimming in natural surroundings there are small secluded beaches in nature with no houses around only about 1 minute drive away, it is also easy to walk there. If you want to avoid the overcrowded beaches of the main tourist resorts then here you will find the peace and quiet you need and a little piece of the mediterranean as it once was.

Here you have the interactive map which you can zoom in and out with slider on the left.

Last Updated ( Tuesday, 27 May 2008 17:28 )