Gradac is located at the very south of Makarska Riviera. The Gradac County encompasses 5 tourist villages: Drvenik, Zaostrog, Podaca, Brist and Gradac. Now, Gradac is both a tourist and administrative center of the county and that is due to the fact that they have an excellent tourist offer. Other villages are accessible by biking paths, through the pine trees and olive gardens. When you visit Gradac, you'll see what we're talking about here, as the atmosphere is pretty much indescribable. This is one of those places that are ideal for a family vacation so keep that in mind when booking your apartment here.
As far as accommodation in Gradac is concerned, there are plenty of options to choose from. It all depends on the amount of comfort you are looking for really. We usually recommend private apartments because you are much more at touch with the locals than if you choose to stay at a hotel. Sure, the hotel will offer you room service, a bar, a club and a restaurant. But, it won't have that autochthone friendly touch that only the locals can provide for. That’s our opinion anyway. If you do decide to skip the holiday villas in Gradac and option for a hotel, your best bet would be to check out the Labineca Hotel and the Laguna Hotel in Gradac.
Entertainment in Gradac usually starts with the local festivities, which are organized on a weekly basis, starting in June and ending in September. Excursions are possible to the nearby islands every day of the summer. Transportation in Gradac is well organized, either by bus or ferry, depending on how far you want to go. Believe it or not, there is an actual nightclub here, something that is not all that common in small Dalmatian villages. The name of this particular nightclub is Pinneta and so far it actually hosted a myriad of renown dj's such as Marshall Jefferson, Tomcraft, etc.
The amount of restaurants in Gradac is insane, if you want to eat at a different restaurant every single hour – that is quite possible. Because of high competition, many restaurants try real hard to outdo their competition, which is excellent for the guests because the food is improved on a daily basis. Check out Mala Mare and Marco Polo restaurants. Oh, and the beaches in Gradac are mostly graveled and quite long, so no worries you'll all be cramped up like sardines when you lie on the beach.