Tučepi is only two kilometers away from Makarska, a town of 13 000 people which is the center of the Makarska Riviera, so the night life of Makarska is part of what is on offer for tourists staying in Tučepi. Makarska at night Makarska is the center of the nightlife of central Dalmatia and beyond. Many nightclubs and beach bars in Makarska are some of the most popular summer destinations for the youth in Croatia. With a wide variety of music, everyone can find something for themselves. Here are some of the famous night clubs in Makarska: Petar Pan Deep Grotta Dalmacija During the summer, all the nightclubs invite many famous foreign DJs, Croatian singers and bands to play. Open-air coffee bars are located on the waterfront promenade, giving you the feeling that the entire town of Makarska is just one big party. Entertainment in Tučepi Tučepi offers a more quiet and relaxed atmosphere where everyone can find something they like, instead of just the usual evening crowd. Whether you are young or old, you can enjoy Mediterranean and international cuisine as well as visit one of the numerous bars and coffee shops, among which we would like to mention: Lido and Camelia bars – Afrodita Hotel Terrace During the evening, go dancing to the sounds of live music on the terraces of the Bluesun Tučepi Hotel or visit one of the many bars. Tučepi summer evenings ‘Tučepi summer evenings’ is a cultural and entertainment program that lasts throughout the entire summer and entertains visitors. We would like to make a special mention of: Traditional fiestas Fishermen’s nights Dalmatian music concerts Evenings of Croatian and foreign folklore Classical music concerts Majorettes kKuTz kKuTz kKuTz stands for “Culture in the hamlets of Tučepi”. This is a project which has been bringing to life the forgotten hamlets of Mount Biokovo for five years in a row. Guests can enjoy plays, poetry evenings, music evenings and art exhibitions set against the stone backdrop of our ancient history. The hamlets of Tučepi: Srida sela Podpeć Čovići Postup Mravičići Šimići The hamlets are a refuge that invokes the past. Along with art events, you can enjoy open konoba (tavern) days and taste cheese, prosciutto, grilled sardines, brodetto, risotto… The taverns also offer traditional pasta such as rafijoli, kroštule, and fritule, as well as wine. The feast day of the town’s patron, St Anthony, is celebrated on 13 June and is the most important local holiday. A special program that is unique each year is organized to celebrate the feast day.