The Miramare residence is located on St Peter peninsula, just a short walk from Makarska marina. In the heart of the old town, on the main street and just a few metres from Dalmatia's most beautiful beaches with their wonderful atmosphere, the Miramare residence is the ideal holiday destination.
- Biokovo Nature Park is 6 km away where you can discover spectacular views no matter which way you look: Split, seaside resorts like Makarska, Apulia in Italy and the islands of Dalmatia.
- Split, 61 km away: Also a listed UNESCO World Heritage Site, today it is the largest town and has the largest port in Dalmatia. As you wind through the narrow streets you can admire the cathedral of Saint Domnius, the ruins of Diocletian's Palace, the old Temple of Jupiter, the Roman churches of the 12th and 13th centuries and other buildings from the Renaissance and Baroque periods. Don't forget to walk through the Golden and Silver Gates and to cross through the old town squares to reach the market and the Riva, the ideal location to take a stroll and do some shopping.
- The island of Korčula, 57 km away: The island is characterised by its natural beauty and the richness of its traditions, culture and history. The medieval town of Korčula, encircled by walls and towers, was built and embellished by the master stonecutters of the 14th, 15th and 16th centuries. The greatest of them was Marko Andrijić, who built the bell tower of the Sveti Marko (Saint Mark's) Cathedral. Interesting fact: the city was the birthplace of Marco Polo. Also discover the natural beauty of the islands of Brač (15 km) and Hvar (38 km).
- Dubrovnik 150 km: A city with a remarkable past, listed as a UNESCO World Heritage site. One of the best-preserved medieval citadels in the Mediterranean region.
Worth seeing: the historic heart of the city, the surrounding fortified walls dating from the 14th century, the Loggia Palace, the Rector's Palace, the church of St Blaise and the impressive Dominican Monastery.
- The Elaphites: a small archipelago of 13 islets and islands, only three of which are inhabited. Boat trips available opposite the residence.
- Plitvice National Park 290 km away: Breath-taking countryside. On the list of UNESCO World Heritage Sites since 1979, described as a "natural phenomenon of rare and unique beauty", it is the first national park in Croatia founded to protect natural beauty. A chain of 16 lakes connected by numerous waterfalls and small rivers, their waters swirling blue, turquoise and green, was created through natural processes. Visitors can discover this limestone phenomenon by walking eight kilometres of pathways and wooden bridges, or taking a boat or electric train trip through the surrounding forest, home to many species of rare animals and plants.