Skrivena uvala / hidden bay is located between two villages Drašnice and Igrane. The bay can be reached from paved road that is connecting the two villages by narrow winding road through olive groves or by sea, by boat.
Drašnice is a tourist locality in southern Dalmatia, Croatia, located between Makarska and Ploče. The population is 328.
The village lies underneath the Biokovo mountain, at the Jadranska magistrala, and across the strait there's the island of Hvar.
Igrane is a village in Croatia, around 19 km south from Makarska. It has about 420 inhabitants.
At the highest point of the village is the "Kula Zale" tower - named after Ivan Anticic, and built during the 17th century as a protection against Turks. The Pre-Romanesque church of St. Michael (Sveti Mihovil), dating from the 11th century, dominates the village.
Tourism and agriculture are the main sources of income for the inhabitants.