Since Tučepi is located in mid Dalmatia, it provides excellent connections to the Dalmatian islands, the very south of Croatia as well as Bosnia-Herzegovina, you can enjoy excursions to attractive destinations
- Fish picnic & Vinery
- Split shopping
- Split - Trogir
- Rafting - Cetina
- Plitvička jezera
- Photo Safari Wild Horses
Međugorje is a Herzegovinian shrine, a place where the Virgin Mary appeared; the hill where she appeared attracts believers from all over the world.
Dubrovnik is part of the world's cultural and historical heritage and is under UNESCO protection. Dubrovnik enchants its visitors with its cultural and historical richness and its air of glamour as one can meet international celebrities there.
Diocletian's Palace in Split is also under UNESCO protection and is only one of many monuments that will take your breath away.
Trogir is considered to be the best preserved Romanesque-Gothic town in central Europe.
Trogir is a town-museum and is on the UNESCO World Heritage List.
Mostar is known for its Stari most (old bridge), erected back in 1596 and is part of the UNESCO World Heritage List.
The Dalmatian islands of Brač, Hvar, Vis and Korčula are popular excursion destinations for visitors of Tučepi.
The Biokovo Nature Park combines mountain peaks, caves, sink-holes, endemic plants, paleontological sites and will enchant all nature enthusiasts. Visit the Koština Biokovo Botanical Garden with its indigenous Biokovo vegetation.
Those who enjoy an active vacation can go hiking on Biokovo.
The town of Makarska is the centre of the Makarska Riviera, only 2 km from Tučepi.
The Franciscan monastery with its museum is one of the most prominent historical monuments.
In the summer, the town turns into one of the most popular summer destinations for the young and all those who are young at heart.