Under a winged lion


Have you seen a winged lion in Makarska? In the 18th century, Makarska got its shine under the wings of the Venetian lion. During that period, the symbols of the city were created. The cathedral has always been a mirror of Makarska growth. It stands proudly in the main square presenting all the splendour of
Makarska, while the baroque palaces emphasize city prosperity. The fascinating story of Bishop Nikola Bijanković and his work is an indispensable part of Makarska history. The hunt for his lost slipper is still going on…

Your programme

+ Tonoli Palace
+ Venetian flagpole ( 18th century)
+ Visitors Centre
+ Monument to the Swimmer ‘Bonaca’
+ Baroque palaces (18th century)
+ Riva – seafront promenade
+ Kačić square
+ Monument of a Friar
+ St.Mark’s church + treasury
+ Kalalarga street
+ Park of friar Jure Radić

+ comfortable shoes
+ water
+ camera / mobile phone

About 1-2 hours
Interpretive costumed walk

+ extra option – paid entrance:
Municipal Museum
Malacological Museum
+Hotel pick-up service
Be prepared for surprises


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