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Podčempres – Stunning 19th Century Dalmatian Stone House Village Serenity



Named among the most beautiful stone houses in Dalmatia in 2016, Podčempres – Baćina is the perfect ‘off the grid’ getaway spot to relax at…

A 19th century village of a few stunning stone houses have been renovated to create the impressive ethno-art oasis Podčempres. The historic hamlet Podčempres is situated on the eastern slopes of the nature park of the Biokovo mountain, next to the seven lakes of Baćina, and is near the Neretva delta, which is the biggest delta in Croatia, making it the ideal holiday destination for those looking to enjoy the peace of the nature.


The renovations have been done to make sure that the stone houses still have that authentic touch whilst combining some new modern touches such as pools and fitness facilities.


As well as enjoying in the stunning nature guest can can take a dip in the pool, and pass the day in the garden or equipped art artelier where art vacations are also organised.



You can check out more about Podčempres – Baćina ethno-art village on their Facebook page,

(photo credit: Podčempres – Baćina Facebook)

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