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  • How much does it cost to store luggage in Makarska?

    The price for luggage storage in Makarska starts from just €5.00/bag for the entire day.

  • Where can I store luggage in Makarska?

    There are multiple locations all around Makarska which can be booked through the Bounce platform including near Gradska plaža Omiš, Blue Lake (Modro jezero), Plaza Dojna Vala Drvenik and many other areas.

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    Yes. Every bag is tagged with a security seal and comes with the $10,000 Bounce Guarantee. Every location is required to uphold tight security precautions. You may be asked to show ID and you will be required to use a credit card to book through Bounce in advance. With hundreds of thousands of bags stored, you can count on Bounce to handle your baggage in Makarska.

  • Are there storage lockers in Makarska?

    Yes, there are storage lockers and luggage drop off points in Makarska. Storing your luggage with Bounce is as easy as using a storage locker, except a real person is there to watch over your things. If you don’t want to worry about lockers being full or remembering the code for your locker, you can drop off your luggage at any of our convenient locations in Makarska.

  • Where are the best places to stay and eat while in Makarska?

    The most popular restaurants to visit are Riva, Kavana Romana, and Pizza Bar Maká. Additionally, the highest ranked hotels within Makarska are Hotel Meteor, Aparthotel Milenij, and Hostel Makarska.

  • Where are the best parks and nature attractions in Makarska?

    Makarska offers several scenic parks including Playground Na Rive, Osejava, and Picnic place.

  • Where can I find tourist information and guideposts in Makarska?

    You can find local tourist information at Barbarela Tourist Services, B & T d.o.o., and COLUMBUS d.o.o..

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Store your luggage around Makarska with Bounce 

The Dalmatian Coast of Croatia has quickly become one of the premier travel destinations for jet-setters looking for a mix of luxury and adventure. There are beach clubs and resorts lining the coast, where visitors can enjoy the impossibly clear waters of the Adriatic, a bit of sun, and a buzzy atmosphere at the many nightclubs in these towns. 

Whatever their intentions may be, travelers visiting towns like Makarska and Dubrovnik will be treated to much more than a posh vacation on the beach. There are historic towns attached to these resorts, with compelling cultural offerings and seriously underrated cuisine to enjoy, especially for fans of seafood. There’s a rich history that most international travelers won’t be aware of, one that informs the fascinating mix of cultures across European and Mediterranean influences. 

If you’re looking to visit this Adriatic paradise, you’ll want to do a bit of research before you travel. Here’s everything you need to know for spending a few days in Makarska: 

Luggage storage in Makarska

Makarska is, first and foremost, a ferry port city, so that means plenty of travelers arrive in the city by boat. There’s a ton of passenger luggage that ends up being stored in Makarska, and not every solution is the best one. A standard left luggage service might not always be reliable, and bus station lockers aren’t always available. If you need to store luggage for a few hours in Makarska, the most reliable option is Bounce. With convenient locations, a friendly staff, 24/7 support, and BounceShield Protection, there are so many ways Bounce can help you on a trip to Croatia. 

Makarska city guide 

Top things to do in Makarska

Makarska is one of the travel hotspots that was previously overlooked, but it’s quickly catching up to neighbors like Dubrovnik and Split. It’s still an underrated gem with smaller crowds and a more relaxing environment, but you’ll still get the full Adriatic treatment from its beaches and Makarska’s gorgeous town center. 

For outdoor enthusiasts, you can hike the hilly terrain surrounding Makarska, including the towering Biokovo mountain range. There are also plenty of islands off the Dalmatian coast where you can take a charter to explore. You can stop in tiny fishing villages for unique experiences, get your blood pumping with some hiking, and enjoy some of the best views of the Adriatic you’ll ever find. 

In town, the cobbled streets are a delight to explore, with shops, hotels, cafes, restaurants, and wine bars lining these picturesque pathways. There’s also a rich history to unpack, with plenty of museums and landmarks in Makarska and surrounding towns. Here are a few ideas for how to enjoy Makarska: 

Museums in Makarska

Crikva sv. Marka (St. Mark's Cathedral)

This is a prominent religious site in Makarska, and with stunning Baroque architecture that dates back to the 18th century, it is well worth stopping by to appreciate the exterior. You can tour the interior to appreciate the ornate sculptures and impressive artwork inside. You can’t spend the entire visit at the beach, so this is a solid use of your free time when you’re in town. 

St. Mark's Cathedral Bag Policy 

There isn’t a bag policy at St. Mark’s Cathedral, but it could be impolite and inconvenient to be lugging large items through the church. Finding a luggage storage service in town through Bounce will be easy, so save yourself the awkwardness and glances and store the roller bag before heading over. 

Makarska Observatory and Astro-Park 

This observatory was built on the grounds of a World War II memorial, and it’s truly a surprising place to find one of the most advanced telescopes in the Balkans. With a distinctive architectural design and gorgeous grounds surrounding the structure, it’s well worth walking by when you want to explore a bit. You can take a tour through the interior and learn about the observatory and even some of the information about memorials for the soldiers from Makarska who perished in World War II. Outside, Astro Park is the perfect place to bring the kids, with plenty of activities for learning and recreation throughout the grounds. It’s perfect for tiring them out before nap time.

Makarska Observatory and Astro-Park Bag Policy 

There isn’t a clearly stated bag policy at Makarska Observatory. There are a few levels of the observatory to explore, so you won’t want to be lugging heavy baggage around. Luckily, its location makes it easy to find a luggage storage facility in the center of Makarska.

Klis Fortress

This Medieval fortress is one of the most popular destinations on the Dalmatian Coast, and for good reason. The town of Klis is only about an hour away from Makarska, and the fortress is a short hike up the hill. This well-preserved structure features a network of walls, towers, and interior chambers that you can tour to learn about how ancient Croatia was defended from the Ottomans and Romans. The views of the Adriatic from this hilltop perch are well worth the trip. 

Klis Fortress Bag Policy

There isn’t any detailed information on rules or policies at Klis Fortress. It’s still advisable to find a convenient place (that’s secure) to store luggage when visiting the Fortress. The halls are narrow, and there is a ton of walking involved in visiting. Bounce has luggage storage locations in Split, so it’s easy to drop the bags off. 

Shopping in Makarska

Makarska is a very small village that might resemble a resort town more than a proper city. As such, shopping opportunities might be limited. Taking a day trip to nearby Split offers expanded shopping choices.

Makarska City Center and Promenade 

Makarska and its waterfront offer a pleasant shopping experience, even if the selection is somewhat limited. The options on hand will resemble a travel destination more than a typical city, so expect a lot of souvenirs and gift shops. Along the waterfront, your beachwear options will be plentiful, so don't worry if you forgot to pack a swimsuit or water toys.

Split day trip - Diocelatian’s Palace 

Split’s Old Town is one of the most popular travel destinations in Croatia, and its stone walls contain plenty of landmarks and attractions to check out. There’s also a surprising number of stores you can shop through, especially in the subterranean cellars of Diocletian's Palace. You’ll find ornate jewelry, handcrafted goods, artwork, antiques, and all things Croatian down there. None of these are practical purchases, but these stalls sure are fun to explore. This is easily the best place to make a splashy purchase to commemorate your trip to Croatia.

Split day trip - Mall of Split 

If you need to truly shop, then you might want to stop by the mall if you do a day trip to Split. The largest shopping complex along the (primarily rural and scenic) Dalmatian Coast. If you’re going to find a familiar shopping experience to what you’re used to in the US or the UK, then this is the place to head. 

Most of the best shopping opportunities are in neighboring towns on the coast, so it’s best to find luggage storage options for these day trips. Luckily, Bounce has storage spots up and down the Dalmatian Coast, so you’ll have a reliable service wherever your shopping spree may take you.

Restaurants in Makarska

Restaurant Jeny

Located just steps from the Adriatic, you won't find a more idyllic place to sample Dalmatian comfort food. You’ll also be treated to some of the region’s most renowned cuisine, as the brothers who own and operate Restaurant Jeny have been rewarded for their hard work with recent Michelin recognition. While the menu rotates, their incredible list of Croatian wines remains a vital part of their concept, so celebrate your trip with a tasting menu with wine pairing.

Castellum 

Owing to its prime location within Makarska’s Old Town, this is the most popular restaurant in town. Castellum offers a comprehensive Dalmatian dining experience, with ultra-fresh seafood, charred pitas, and carpaccio, all served with local wines. The Adriatic Board is the best way to taste it all, but tuna tartare is a solid option for solo diners. Reservations are highly recommended.

Hrpina 

This relaxed seafood joint is situated right on the water in Old Town. It’s a traditional, no-frills space where you can indulge in a splashy meal or sit down for a simple lunch. If you’re bringing the whole family, you can order a crowd-pleaser like wood-fired pizza to keep the kids happy. If you’re on a date, you can share some prawns in a fiery broth with a bottle of local wine. 

Conclusion 

As you can see, there’s quite a bit of adventure to be had in Makarska and the surrounding Dalmatian coastline. Getting trapped with your bags is hardly ideal, so you’ll want to do some research before you travel. The best luggage storage Makarska has to offer is Bounce, which has luggage storage spots and travel guides for neighboring cities like Split, Dubrovnik, and Šibenik. For any Dalmatian adventure, you know you can rely on us!

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