Mount Biokovo

The oldest given name of the Biokovo Mountain is its Greek name – Adrion. It divided Dalmatia in the Littoral part and the Dalmatia Hinterland. Biokovo's highest peak is Sv. Jure - St George (1762 m). It is characterized by varied vegetation that includes 2274 herbal species among which numerous endemic species of which the most famous is the so called "Biokovsko zvonce" – Biokovo bell (Edraianthus pumilio) The fauna too is diverse so we can find wolves(Canis lupus), boars (Sus crofa) here. Since 1964 it was again populated by the Balcan chamois (Rupicapra rupicapra balcanica L.) and since 1968 the by European mouflon (Ovis orientalis musimon Pallas). We can also find the Golden Eagle, the Short-toed Snake-eagle, partridges, the Fox and many other animal species here. The only poisonous snake to be found in the Biokovo region is the horned viper. The botanic garden in Kotišina is undoubtedly worth visiting. In 1981 it was proclaimed as a Natural Park. People say that the most beautiful part of Biokovo is precisely this part under Brela.

Take a journey to discover the Biokovo Natural Park. You will be amazed by the numerous panoramic viewpoints from which the most beautiful views over the adjacent villages at the foot of the mountain and over islands. It is advisable that you go exploring in organized groups with a professional guide. Individual hiking is also possible. A map of the hiking trails can be requested from the Brela Tourist Board. There are numerous rare and endangered herbs in the Biokovo Natural Park so you are kindly asked not to pick or destroy them or their habitat. You should also not frighten or kill any of the animals and take care not to damage their habitats.

Explore the enviroment
:: Palace of Diocletian
:: Klis fortress
:: Mount Biokovo
:: River Cetina
:: City Omiš
:: City Makarska
:: Old center Trogir



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City Omiš

City Makarska

Klis fortress

Palace of Diocletian


Tourist board Split

Tourist board Omiš

Tourist board Makarska

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