The Tučepi municipality consists of a town of the same name, situated between the Osejava cape in its western and the Dragčevic Bay in its eastern part, as well as a number of hamlets on the Biokovo slopes (Gornje Tučepi).

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The Tučepi municipality consists of a town of the same name, situated between the Osejava cape in its western and the Dragčevic Bay in its eastern part, as well as a number of hamlets on the Biokovo slopes (Gornje Tučepi). The hamlets are famous for their old olive orchards and vineyards, gastronomy, as well as a fascinating view. The respective tourist destination was built on the foundations of a Roman summer residence, villae rusticae fromthe 2nd century, on the base of which the Church of  St George, dating from the end of the 12th century, is situated today. Aside from a number of sacral buildings, there are three defensive towers that were preserved under Biokovo. Dating from the 16th to 18th century: Šarić Tower, Bušelić Tower, and Lulić Tower served for the purposes of defence from Turkish attacks. The city of Tučepi, that we know today, started growing just after the middle of the 20th century and has since become a famous tourist destination. It is recognized by the longest beach on Makarska Riviera (more than 3 kilometers long) alongside which a beautiful promenade through a pine forest is to be enjoyed.