Nowadays the villaee of Tucepi is recognized as a popular tourist destination in the guidebooks of modern Croatian and European travellers. However, thanks to its favourable geographical position, Tucepi has been a settlement for four thousand vears. To the west its boundaries touch the town of Makarska, the only urban centre of the area called the Makarsko primorje in Croatian i.e. the Makarska Coastland. or popularly the Makarska Riviera. The imposine mountain of Biokovo represents the northern border of the village.
The hamlets of Tucepi: Podpec. Covici, Srida sela, Simici and Podstup, built in traditional Mediterranean style, are spread over a large area of coastal limestone slopes.Rich in natural water springs, the area abounds withterraced eardens, vineyards and olive-groves. The modern village of Tucepi, situated in the south of the area. along the four kilometres of mild, cultivated pebbly shore, seeks its prosperity in tourism.
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Tučepi (pronounced Toochepee) is a small town and municipality in the Split-Dalmatia County of Croatia. It is located on the Adriatic coast of Dalmatia known as Makarska riviera, about 5 km southeast of Makarska, population 1,763 (2001). It is a popular tourist destination thanks to its glorious coastline, its opportunities for sports and its excellent accommodation.