This traditional Dalmatian tavern has dim lighting, dark wood and alfresco bench seating in an alleyway leading up from Makarska's main square. It serves food the way baba (grandma) would make it, and dishes out the…
Right on the main square, in front of the church, this outpost of a famous winery from Imotski (the wine region behind the mountains, right on the Bosnian border) serves its own wine by the glass, plus tasty titbits…
Inside a cave near the Hotel Osejava, Deep attracts a fashionable set who sip cocktails as a DJ spins the latest beats.
There's a huge contemporary mosaic in the apse of the monastery's church and a well-presented shell museum tucked around the back (enter from Alkarska), the labour of love of a past friar.
Well-prepared Dalmatian staples and occasional live klapa (traditional unaccompanied singing) performances are served up at this family-run konoba (tavern) just behind the Riva.
Linger in the quiet leafy courtyard of this classy restaurant just off the main drag, feasting on lamb, steak and fresh fish. There's a good wine list, too.
Kill time on a rainy day tracing the town’s history by checking out this less-than-gripping collection of photos, old stones and nautical relics.
Makarska’s most alternative spot, where a diverse crowd gathers to hear live rock, grunge, metal and jazz on a small stage.
A cosy, much-loved cafe-bar right on the main square. It also has a small hostel up above.