Placed between Biokovo mountain and the clear blue sea, Brela has natural and geographic predispositions for all kinds of recreational tourism.
Tennis courts, fitness centres, bowling alley, minigolf, beach volleyball, water-polo...
Enjoy surfing, sailing, jet ski or diving in the magical underwater world of Brela waters.
Rent a boat - feel the sea - rent a boat and sail to nearby islands of Brac and Hvar. Discover Zlatni Rat, a gorgeous sandy beach in Bol, on the island of Brac.
Boat trip - if you don't feel like renting a boat, you can also join organized exciting boat trips along the coast of Brela.
Hiking - slip into a comfortable pair of shoes and take a walk along the 11-mile long Lungomare promenade.
Nearby Biokovo Nature Park will amaze you with its beauty. Follow the marked paths or wander around through the fragrant pine forests. You can join organized walking tours through the park.
Climbing - if you've had enough of sunbathing and need something different, Biokovo mountain offers a new challenge for you. The highest peak of the mountain is Sv. Jure, at 1762 metres above the sea level. If you don't reach it, don't worry - Biokovo will reward any your effort with the astonishing views of Makarska Riviera and beautiful sea landscapes.
Climbing site Brela - quite high rock with several routes of medium difficulty. The main feature of this climbing site are slabs, which require persistance and preciseness.
Many other cliffs will enthuse every descent free climber. Vruja and Suplja Stina are only some of the interesting free climbing sites.
Cycling - hit the cycling paths or low-traffic roads and enjoy your ride through amazing landscapes. Rent a mountain bike and cycle mountain routes too.