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Baska Voda
Croatia

At the foot of Mount Biokovo at the edge of the warm and crystal clear Adriatic Sea, you'll find Baska Voda. Once a farming and fishing town, this idyllic spot is now a modern tourist attraction on the Makarska Riviera in the heart of Dalmatia.The town of Baska Voda is one of the most pretty ones of this part of Croatia. It is a popular destination for sailers and charter yachts to enter this port. 

Copyright: Hans Molenkamp
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Taken: 19/11/2009
Caricate: 24/11/2009
Aggiornato: 07/10/2014
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Tags: marina; harbour; croatia; dalmatia; spectacular; overview; bird's eye view; port; sailing; yachting; holiday; beautiful; seaside; cruising; cruise ships; fishing; seafood
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