When it is raining...

Yes, sometimes it happens during summertime, even in Dalmatia. However, you don't need to wait for a rainy day to enjoy one of numerous activities in Brela besides swimming and sunbathing. Here are some of the propositions.

boat trip

Boat trip to the islands

A day trip to the islands of Brač, Hvar and Korčula, usually with fish lunch and drinks included.

parasailing

Parasailing

Take a parachute ride and enjoy the view of Brela from the air.

rafting

Whitewater rafting

Rafting on the Cetina River, where you will enjoy the thrill of adventure and the beautiful nature of the river canyon.

golf

Golf

We organize golf at nearby golf courses, all within 50 km radius.

hiking

Hiking

Biokovo mountain is a true gem just waiting to be discovered.

kayaking

Kayaking and canoeing

Active holiday at its best. Enjoy the secluded bays and the spectacular view of Brela from the sea.

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Dubrovnik

Pearl of the Adriatic. The thousand-year history. Game of Thrones. Dubrovnik is all this and much more. And only about 180 km from Brela.

Krka

Krka National Park

The beautiful National Park is only 130 km from Brela. See it and enjoy it, words are unnecessary.

Split

Split

Ancient city and a booming tourist destination. Roman emperor Diocletian's palace and Ultra Europe Festival are the most famous attractions. A good place for shopping, too.

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Ultra Europe

An annual outdoor electronic music festival, held in Croatia since 2013. In short, it's Europe no. 1 techno event. Next year's edition takes place in Split from 6 to 8 July.

Korcula

Korčula Island and Town

"Little Dubrovnik" as it is known sometimes, the town of Korčula is well worth the visit. Also a birthplace of Marco Polo. Or at least they claim so. The boat trip from Makarska Riviera is perhaps the best way to visit, or you can get a ferry from Orebić (Pelješac peninsula).

Plitvice

Plitvice National Park

The famous Plitvice Lakes, visited by more than a million people each year. They have an enormous natural, cultural and tourist significance for Croatia. Even though the Lakes are roughly 300 km away from Brela, the question is not "if I should visit", but "when" - maybe on your way home if you are travelling by car.