Bacina Lakes

Bacina Lakes , a pearl of unspoiled nature, consist of seven lakes, six of them forming a bluish green necklace. The lakes are located between the Neretva River Delta, the sea and the surrounding mountains, in the place of Bacina, close to Ploce. The...

Welcome

Hotel Villa Solo  is set peacefully in Peracko Blato and only 200 metres away from the Bacina Lakes, Hotel Villa Solo is surrounded by unspoilt Mediterranean greenery. Free Wi-Fi is provided, and the shores of Adriatic are only 3 km awa...

Agritourism

Peračko Blato is a village which is famous for best quality products figs bjelica green or dry. Family Krstičević produce more than 2 tons of this wonderful products. Villa-Solo is located in a quiet and beautiful green countryside, right on the coas...

Adriatic Sea

You have a daily choice for bathing and sunbathing between clear fresh water in the sea near your accommodation, and seawater on the beach of Adriatics in Neretwa delta where the Croatian old man River reaches the sea. You can also swim in cold and f...

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Bacina Lakes


Baćinska Jezera


Bacina Lakes , a pearl of unspoiled nature, consist of seven lakes, six of them forming a bluish green necklace. The lakes are located between the Neretva River Delta, the sea and the surrounding mountains, in the place of Bacina, close to Ploce. Their names are: Ocusa, Crnisevo, Podgora, Sladinac, Vrvnik and Plitko jezero. The entire area of the lakes amounts to some 20 square kilometers. Their depths range from 5 to 35 m. The water in the lakes is brackish, meaning they are connected with the sea. The lakes are cryptodepressions, because the surface of the lakes lies 80 cm above sea level and the bottom of the lakes lies below sea level. Therefore, salty water can be found at the bottom of the deepest, 50 m deep lake Crnisevo. Bacina Lakes lie by the road Makarska - Dubrovnik.

Baćinska Jezera Promo Video


Bacina lakes, not far from the traffic route in the Neretva River valley, is another place of beauty which must be visited. North-west of the Neretva estuary, only two kilometres from the port city of Ploce, a series of six picturesque lakes lie in a rocky valley. The bottom of Bacina lakes lies below sea-level, while the lakes surface lies above it. Trade brought the ancient Greeks to this area, and during the time of ancient Rome the area was a part of the province of Dalmatia. The city of Narona was then one of the largest economic end cultural centres on the Adriatic Coast. The migration of people here brought Croatians principalities. The Neretva principality had dominance over the sea and from the 11th Century was a part of the Croatian Kingdom. This region is most famous for its gastronomic specialities. Eels, black water hens and frogs legs, amongst others, are specialities of the Dalmatian kitchen and present an excellent reason to visit the area.