On HomeAway.co.uk you can find the holiday accommodation in Tucepi that matches your needs to a T. You can pick from villas and apartments in this gorgeous location on the Dalmatian coast, loved for its natural beaches and sheltered coves. There’s also the unblemished nature of the Dalmatian mountains, and preserved historic towns to visit close by. Tucepi holiday homes will allow you to enjoy the warm summer evenings by offering outdoor barbecues and fixtures for outdoor dining. To make sure even the finest details go to plan at your Tucepi apartment, you could select air-conditioning or the convenience of Internet access.
-Beaches. Nearby you’ll find beautiful white pebble beaches, which tend to be long and narrow, and are served by waterfront cafés and restaurants. The shorefront is fringed by dense and unspoiled pine forest and the steep hills overlooking the coast are clad with olive groves and dotted with picturesque old villages.
-Boat trips. Excursions are organised from nearby Makarska to visit the islands of Brac and Hvar, which sit just off the coast of Tucepi. Hvar is especially worth seeing – it’s covered with vineyards and lavender, and is famed for its excellent sparkling wine and olives.
-Diving. This part of the Dalmatian coast is known for its calm and clear waters, with comfortable temperatures for much of the year. This makes it an ideal place for anyone trying diving for the first time. Exciting dives in the area take in wrecks, rich wildlife and underwater caves.
-Biokovo Mountain. Standing at more than 1700 metres, Biokovo is the highest peak in Dalmatia, and stands directly inland from Tucepi. It’s a challenging climb, but achievable for most walkers, and the views from the top are beautiful, encompassing the many islands that sit just off the coast.
-Day trips. There are a host of interesting places to visit close by – including countless beach resorts, all with clear, shallow waters. Omis, a half hour to the northwest, is a medieval town sitting in the shadow of an impressive canyon. Split is also well worth the trip and boasts the UNESCO Listed Diocletian’s Palace.
The region around holiday homes in Tucepi gets typically Mediterranean weather, making for long, warm and dry summers. There’s beach weather here from around May through to October, and temperatures rise to the low-30s in July and August. There’s almost no rainfall until mid-September. Autumn conditions are moderate, and a little damper. Winters are mild, with highs in the low-teens and temperatures only rarely dropping below freezing at night. In spring maximum temperatures get up to the high-teens during the day.
You can get to a beach apartment in Tucepi by flying to Split Airport (SPU), which can be reached via low-cost airlines from cities across Europe. Split sits around an hour up the coast from Tucepi. And if you’re travelling by car you can take either the coastal 8 road, or the A1 motorway, which runs parallel to the coast but a few kilometres inland. There are a number of bus lines that connect the nearby town of Makarska with other cities in Dalmatia and the rest of Croatia.