As Slobodna Dalmacija writes, Biokovo Skywalk is closed for visitors during winter months, starting with November 27.

The promenade, which has become a top Croatian tourist attraction, will not be available for tourists during winter, since it needs to be protected from bad weather conditions, and for the safety of visitors as well.

It will be opened for a visit again in spring 2021 when we hope the coronavirus pandemic will cease and there will be an opportunity for people all around the world to experience this glamours glass bridge.

Skywalk was visited by 105 thousands of people in 2021, which is almost twice number compared with the number of Biokovo visitors in 2020. The glass promenade added a high value to the mountain located in the hinterland of Makarska Riviera.

More info can be found on official website of Biokovo park.

Biokovo Skywalk amazing glass bridge
Biokovo Skywalk amazing glass bridge

Zvonimr Peran     2020-12-04

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