Zivogosce Travel Guide
Zivogosce Local History
Zivogosce is one of the oldest villages on the Makarska Riviera and it has been known under its present name since 1434. One of the historical landmarks is a local water spring that is carved in rock and is still the same as when used in Roman times. There are really old picturesque stone houses and an old stone tower at the foot of a nearby hill which date from antiquity.
Previously known as an agricultural and fishing area but since tourism has taken off this area has become popular due to the pristine coastline and wonderful weather .
Gradac Beach (20km away) - For a really long sunset stroll, leave 6km of footprints if you are up to it! The longest stretch of sand in the Eastern Adriatic.
Makarska Riviera - numerous white beaches fringed by cool pine trees for shade, too many to choose from!
Zivogosce Restaurants and Bars
Palaca Paladini - Petra Hektorovica- Situated a pleasant ferry trip away on the island this lively restaurant offers the best of Croatian and international fare from noon till midnight.
Hanibal - Hvar- take a trip to the island for food on the square. Sumpteous scampi,or meat if you have had enough seafood, open from 11am to 11pm. They get pretty busy so its wise to book.
Ponocno Sunce - Teutina 15, Split- if you are vegetarian this is a vegan delight, also offering well prepared Dalmatian specialties from 10am to midnight.
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