Baska Voda is a municipality that is located in the Split-Dalmatia County. Place the Promajna, Bratuš Krvavica, Topici and Bast (St.. Roka from fifteenth century and the church of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary in the seventeenth century). It is situated between Split () and Makarska (). First, colonization of these sites mentioned are a thousand and five hundred years before Christ, when you create settlements that were established stone walls. Opposite of Baska Voda, south-west from the sea, the islands of Hvar () and Brac (< a href ="http://www.seecroatia.com/eng/apartments-brac-supetar.html"> Apartments Brac / Supetar ), and northeast of the Republic of Bosnia and Herzegovina famous shrine of Medjugorje. Baska Voda is connected with Split and Dubrovnik (), cities that are important for its rich history and monuments culture. The proximity of the airport in Split and Dubrovnik, harbors, and make this place associated with many tourist destinations on the Adriatic coast and the inland part of Croatia. Also, in this town are available and the national parks and nature parks. Certainly, we need to emphasize the natural beauty of Krka, Kornati, Mljet and Mt. Baska Voda is Park, which is the nearest tourist destination with the possibilities of staying in nature (hiking, hunting, Speleological Research, panoramic sightseeing). This beautiful place has a beautiful bay with sandy beaches and is still crystal clear sea. Population engaged in fishing and tourism (a large number of furnished apartments in privately owned). Baska Voda from its rich gastronomic offer can be extracted Dalmatian smoked ham, cheese, lamb, a large selection of fish specialties and wine. All this can be found in taverns, restaurants and other catering establishments (bistros, bars). Baska Voda and its surroundings complement the tourist offer for guests who prefer a more active vacation (Terni tennis, football, handball, beach volley ball, diving, sailing, surfing, water skiing). In late July and early August in Baska Voda held many festivals at which offers a large selection of dishes and drinks with a good song and live music of Croatian estradnih artists. Baska Voda has its nightlife, which can be found in night clubs and discotheques across the Split and Makarska Riviera.