HomeAway.co.uk can help you locate the Baska Voda holiday accommodation that suits you. Whether you choose a holiday apartment or villa, the location is fabulous – Baska Voda is on the Omis Riviera, known for its medieval history, unspoiled beaches backed by pine forest and scenic mountainous interior. Baska Voda villas are spacious and can accommodation large groups comfortably. To make your getaway as close to perfection as possible, you can choose extra guest facilities for your apartment in Baska Voda. Summers can be very warm in this region, so a pool or air-conditioning might appeal to you.
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-Beaches. Within moments of Baska Voda you’ll encounter the small and picturesque pebble beaches that typify this portion of the Dalmatian coast. They tend to be quiet, sheltered coves, lapped by calm and clear waters that are ideal for younger swimmers. And forming the backdrop is unspoiled pine forest behind which stand Dalmatia’s famous mountains.
-Watersports. As the water here is clear and warm for long periods of the year, this a great place to learn to dive, with plenty to discover underwater including ancient ruins, caves and abundant sea life. Above the surface it would be well worth hiring either a boat, with motor or without, to explore the craggy coast and its many islands.
-Outdoor activities. Directly inland from Baska Voda is Biokovo Mountain, which is protected as part of a natural park, and serves as an ideal hiking destination for anyone with a taste for adventure. Rafting and kayaking are also made possible nearby, along the spectacular Cetina River, known for its impressive canyon.
-Omis. The town of Omis is a short drive west along the coast and is found in a dramatic setting. It sits at the mouth of the Cetina River and in the background stand the sheer cliffs of the river’s canyon. Sights to take in here include St Peter’s Church, which is pre-Romanesque and dates to the 900s.
-Split. Split is about 45 minutes northwest in the car, and is home to an important UNESCO World Heritage Site. Diocletian’s Palace is regarded as one of the best examples of Roman architecture anywhere and visitors can now explore the preserved remnants of its basement. Elsewhere St Duje’s Cathedral dates to the 4th Century, making it the world’s oldest.
Baska Voda beach apartments are in a region with archetypal Mediterranean weather. This makes for warm conditions from early-May through to October. High temperatures rise from around the mid-20s in early summer to the low-30s on occasion in July and August, with very little rainfall until September or October. Winters are usually mild here, and daily highs at this time of year often get up to the low-teens. In Spring you’ll be able to expect a mixture of mild and moderately warm weather.
Split Airport (SPU) is the airport to use if your’re travelling from abroad to holiday villas in Baska Voda. It’s one of Croatia’s main air transport hubs, and you can get to this destination from a range of airports in the UK and across Europe. The D8 motorway runs along the Adriatic coast in this portion of Dalmatia and connects Baska Voda with Split. You could also reach this destination from abroad by boat, with regular ferries to and from the cities of Ancona and Pescara in Italy.