Tucepi is a seaside resort town which lies in the Split-Dalmatia County in Croatia. It is located halfway between the town of Podgora and Makarska.
The town of Tucepi has always been a popular tourist destination on the Adriatic coast and attracts many visitors every year who come to visit the famous Biolovo Mountain and the National Park nearby where there are many opportunities to enjoy hiking and cycling.
The entire area is rich with natural springs and there are numerous terraced gardens, vineyards and olive groves. Tucepi is situated on 4 miles of fine sandy and pebbly shoreline making it a renowned yacht charter destination hosting a popular marina, the Marina Tucepi which offers about 70 berths for visiting yachts.
The Marina Tucepi is situated in the center of the long beach of the town and most of the berths are found in the inner part of the marina and are well-sheltered from all wind directions.
It is also within easy distance to some interesting marinas in the area like Split ACI Marina and Korcula ACI Marina.
The town of Tucepi was formerly a small fishing and farming community, today it is one of the most popular tourist resorts on the Adriatic coast. Its long shingle beach lies in the South of the town and has been awarded the Blue Flag.
The beach of Tucepi slopes gently into the crystal clear Adriatic Sea offering safe bathing for children or less-confident swimmers. There is also a wide variety of water sports offered including water-skiing, surfing, diving or snorkeling. It is also a friendly relaxed resort with many sight-seeing opportunities that will keep up busy during your vacations.
Along the beach of Tucepi, there are also many cafes and restaurants that serve a large variety of cuisine that cater for most tastes and pockets. Needless to point out that fish is prominently on most of the menus and you will also find some excellent eateries both in the old town and along the waterfront.
You can also sail along the coast and visit the small coastal town of Makarska nearby where you will find numerous shops, some small supermarkets and its popular pavement stalls supplying all the holiday essentials, gifts and souvenirs to bring back home.
You will also find a large variety of local handicrafts like wood carving, ceramics and embroidered linens. In Makarska, you will also find some lively bars where you can spend some nice time drinking and dancing until the early hours in the morning.