tips, links

getting there

  • arriving by plane: The distance to Split Airport is about 50 kilometers.
  • when booking a rental car, we recommend a small car (because of narrow streets).
  • arriving by car: We recommend the E65 motorway via Zagreb through the interior of Croatia.
  • arriving by bus: good bus connections from Split to Marusici .

path in Marusici, parking lots

  • from the main road 8, there is a small road down the hill towards the sea. it’s a steep, narrow and winding descent, but it’s manageable by car.
  • three parking spaces available directly at the house.
  • additional street parking just 100m away.

check-in / check-out

  • check-in from 5 p.m
    • Independent check-in:
      • access code for main entrance.
      • key box (with code) next to the apartment entrance.
    • luggage can be left before 5pm.
  • check-out by 10:00 a.m
    • put the key back in the key box.

village center Marusici

  • the original village center is above the Magistralle (main street). in addition to the old church and the charming maze of alleys, there are also a few restaurants ( e.g. Konoba Galeb ), the Orgula Tasting Room and a small supermarket that offers everything you need for your daily needs.

medical supplies

  • Marusici is a small coastal town with no medical facilities. the nearest medical practices and pharmacies can be found in Omis, 12 km away (or in Brela, 8 km).
  • in the metropolis of Split there are other specialists and two hospitals.
  • clinical hospital Split / Klincki Bolnicki Centar Split
  • Spinciceva 1, 21000 Split, +385 21 556 111


  • we generally recommend taking out additional foreign health insurance when traveling to other EU countries.

restaurants, taverns & cafes


  • on the main street in town there is a small shop “Ivelma”, only 150 m away. there you get everything for your daily needs. there is also fresh bread every morning.
  • there is also a supermarket in the neighboring towns of Mimice, Pisak and Brela.
  • the nearest larger supermarkets are in Omis and Makarska.

farmers market

  • if you are looking for the original Balkan feeling, you will find it in the hinterland at the farmer’s market in Zadvarje. Zadvarje is located on a karst plateau about 10 km from the Adriatic Coast between Omis and Makarska. on Tuesdays, a traditional farmer’s market takes place in the otherwise sleepy town.

drinking water

  • the water in this region is of high drinking quality.

banks, atm and post office

  • there are banks and atm’s in the town of Omis and in Brela.
  • the nearest post office is in the neighboring town of Mimice.

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