On the southern part of the Makarska Riviera, at the foothill of mount Biokovo there lies Živogošće. It is comprised of three smaller, non-coherent places on the coast: Porat – Mala Duba – Blato, and old hamlets along the old road. Živogošće has been inhabited since Illyrian and Roman times, to which Illyrian tombs on top of hill Suzina stand as witnesses. Also, villa Rustika in Mala Duba and Blato does the same.
Zivogosce beach is located in a small village of the same name, some 20 miles from the famous tourist destination of Makarska. Zivogosce is a beach with fine sand and very clear water, which is very refreshing during hot summer days. If you want to escape from the sun and enjoy the shade, find your place under a number of olive groves and pine forests that are loomed over the beach. Sports fans can enjoy various activities, but must bring their own props because the beach does not have a sports eqipment store.