A small tourist town formed around the longest beach on Makarska Riviera. Although most of the houses have been built after the 60s, the history of Tučepi is thousands of years old.
The three-kilometre long promenade along the pebbly beach and pine forest is truly one of a kind. When you add the steep mountain Biokovo to the mix the picture is breathtaking.
On the very foot of the mountain, six stone house villages form what is today known as “Gornje Tučepi” (Upper Tučepi), but before the earthquake in 1961, it was just Tučepi. Besides a few fishermen houses on the beach, villages Podpeć, Čovići, Srida sela, Šimići and Mravičići were all there was.
But this area offers much more than its beautiful nature.
Learn more about its cultural heritage and history on our blog.