Promajna is a village on the Makarska Riviera in Split-Dalmatia, Croatia. It lies along a beautiful beach; the settlement provides very good opportunities for peaceful vacations and pleasant walks. The coastal promenade leads to the nearby Baska Voda.
The name of the place was first used in 1674. A lot of archeological finds indicate human presence in these parts since 2nd century BC, although no remains of a settlement have been found.
Promajna is 4 km south from Baska Voda and 6 km northwest of Makarska. A larger part of the settlement lies below the slopes of the Biokovo mountain, along the old coastal road. Due to the development of tourism, the village has expanded toward the coast. Present inhabitants of Promajna, about 230 of them, are descendants of families which moved near the sea from villages Bast and Podgora.
The inhabitants of Promajna are mostly engaged in agriculture, fishing and tourism.
Entertainment programs are organized during the tourist season.