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Luka Podgora Makarska

Luka Podgora Makarska

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Description

Over time, Podgora has become one of the most attractive tourist destinations in Dalmatia. A Podgora there is a picturesque harbor for fishing boats and pontoons for yachts.
Podgora is located 4 NM SE of Makarska and about 4 NM NW Igrane Rt.
On the hill above the port there is a statue called 'Galebova krila', erected in 1962 in memory of the founding of the naval division Dalmatian who won the victory against the fascists during the Second World War. This statue is remarkable.
We tied up at one of the concrete pontoons or quay E. The inside of the breakwater is reserved for fishing vessels.

Winds SW harbor is subject to backlash.

Tel: +385 21 62 52 22
Fax: +385 21 62 53 11

220 pl.
5/05/2011
Update
Jojo
Avec le temps, Podgora est devenu l’une des destinations touristiques les plus attractives de Dalmatie. A Podgora il y a un port pittoresque pour les bateaux de pêche et des pontons pour les yachts.

Podgora est situé à 4 NM au SE de Makarska et à environ 4 NM au NW de Rt Igrane.
Sur la colline au dessus du port il y a une statue appelle 'Galebova krila', érigée en 1962 en mémoire de la fondation de la division navale dalmate qui remporta la victoire contre les fascistes lors de la Deuxième Guerre Mondiale. Cette statue est remarquable.

On s'amarre à l'un des pontons en béton ou au quai E. Le côté intérieur du brise-lames est réservé aux bateaux de pêche.

Par vent de SW le port est sujet au ressac.

Tel: +385 21 62 52 22
Fax: +385 21 62 53 11

220 pl.

2/06/2011
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Jojo
Luka Podgora Makarska
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