Biokovo is the second-highest mountain range in Croatia, located along the Dalmatian coast of the Adriatic Sea, between the rivers of Cetina and Neretva. A coastal area of unique natural attributes spreads from Brela to Gradac for a length of some 50 km. It is a series of beaches, forests, cultivated landscape and mountain background which cannot be found anywhere else in the world. Which view is more beautiful? Is it the one from the sea, looking at
green foothills and stark Biokovo boulders decorated by the native dark fir or the one from Vosas, St. Eijah and other summits to the coast, islands and vast sea.The mountainous landscape is noted for open rocky ground, and also clumps of beech trees in sheltered spots. Glens of the dark Dalmatian pine on the coastal side and remnants of fir forests on the other side of Biokovo are especially valuable landscape and botanical wise.
Biokovo is a first-rate area for mountain climbing recreation. Numerous steep, but deftly conducted paths that have been used for centuries is presently at the disposal of mountaineers and more ambitious tourists.