This is another small tourist town on the Makarska Riviera - Igrane. This small town has only around four hundred inhabitants, but the number of people during hot summer months are multiplied. This is not surprise because of the view that you can see in front of you. Our web cameras are positioned and focused at the main beach, and right side is dominated by the pure blue color of Adriatic Sea, while on the right, you can see a row of houses or buildings intended exclusively for the reception of tourists in the summer. Far away in the background, you can notice traffic of Adriatic highway, which is still the lifeblood of many coastal tourist locations.
Igrane is a tourist place on the Makarska Riviera located on a peninsula whose southeastern coast is occupied by a spacious sandy beach.
Igrane is famous for its ancient olive groves above the site near the church of St. Mihovil from the 11th century, the most important medieval monument on Makarska Riviera. Across Biokovo, on the north side there is the old settlement of Gornje Igrane, the initial residence from which the population gradually mooved along the coast, cultivating olive groves and vineyards and enjoying fish. The history of this small town dates back to Roman times, as witnessed by sarcophagi.
Igrane has a rich tourist offer that meets the different tastes and guest structures. Cultural manifestations offer diverse, rich and interesting content related to folklore performances, klapa, stage performances and famous fishermen evenings.