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Mostar 70 km - Sightseeing of the city and the Old Bridge from the 16th century. Mostar is a city of sunshine and greenery, a city of contrasts, wide streets and narrow alleys, traditional Kujundziluk and contemporary center; the city where the culture and arts of the East and West are met and they have left visible traces resisted the natural forces and the rulers. However, the majestic stone monument is certainly the Old Bridge built in 1566. It has a large stone arch and it is listed on the UNESCO list of protected cultural heritage..

Medjugorje 60 km - the site of the appearance of Our Lady, and on the return you can visit the waterfalls Kravice on the river Trebižat. After 1981 Meuđgorje becomes the most famous and most visited place of pilgrimage and a shrine in this part of Europe. This place was visited by millions of pilgrims from the whole world. In the village Bijakovići, in the place Podbrdo since 24 June 1981, the group of children from Međugorje Our Lady has been appeared every day. Since then Meuđgorje is a unique phenomenon. Meugorje is situated only 29 km from Mostar

Pocitelj is the historic town with oriental-mediterranean character located in the valley of the Neretva River and it is one of the most beautiful cultural and historical entities in Bosnia and Herzegovina. Počitelj represents a fortress from the Middle Ages. The fort protected the entrance to the lower valley of the Neretva on the way from Drijevo to Bišće. The name Počitelj is stated for the first time in the Charter of Duke Stephen Vukčić in 1444.(Posichell, Vdobranah castello con lo contato). In January 2003 the historical urban area of Počitelj was declared a national monument of Bosnia and Herzegovina...

Bird reserve and Nature park in southern Bosnia and Herzegovina is rich with swampy plants. It is a swamp created by the underground water system of the Krupa River. International Council for Bird Protection placed this reserve on the list of important habitat of birds, because this reserve is the largest of its kind in this part of Europe to the surface, and diversity.
It is ideal for bird and nature lovers, and families with children because it is full of freshwater fish, wild ducks, geese, coots, hawks, herons, pheasants, wild boars and wild horses ...

Zitomislici Monastery is one of the culturally most important Herzegovina Orthodox monasteries in Herzegovina from the 16th century; it is dedicated to the Blessed Virgin Annunciation. It is located in a valley on the road from Mostar to south border of Bosnia and Herzegovina. In the old Hum area it represents the westernmost held Orthodox monastery. The cadi of Nevesinje was issued a license to build the church in Žitomislići in 1566. The work on building the church and developing of monastery facilities around it lasted over 40 years and in 1606 there is the first reference to the monks of the monastery.

Blagaj is a village in Herzegovina; it is situated 7 km south of Mostar. There is also the source of the Buna River, which originates from under a cliff which is more than hundreds of meters high. Out from the source 43 cubic meters of water per second comes out. The Buna is one of the cleanest rivers in this part of Europe and it is rich in fish. If you come to the source it is possible to make picnics, you can walk, make the sightseeing tour of the cultural and historical heritage and see the local culinary offer. The specificity of this area represents the diverse phenomena of surface and groundwater hydrology

Dubrovnik, 60 km - bus trip with a tour of the old town of Dubrovnik with a guide. Soak up the wonderful impressions of one of the most beautiful Mediterranean cities. Fantastic views allure on taking photos, and the motives that are recorded repeatedly impress you. Buy some of the typical souvenirs of Dubrovnik (GULOZECE, traditional filigree jewelry, bronze St. Vlah, Konavle embroidery ...) and let you still remind the day when you've just started to discover Dubrovnik, but you certainly fell in love with it forever and wanted to come back ...

Mljet is for many an island lost at sea. And the island is indeed hard to come. Do not let the landscape, which is mentioned in the stories about Odyssey and St. Paul, the Benedictines and the Mediterranean monk seal, remain undiscovered for you. Mljet is an elongated and not indented island, with an average width of 3 km and 37 km long. The island of diversity and contrast, a National Park "Mljet" occupies its north-western part. November 11, 1960 was proclaimed a national park and is the first attempt to protect an original ecosystem in the Adriatic Sea ...

Pelješac peninsula is with the Istrian peninsula, the largest on the Adriatic coast. From the Ston isthmus to the cape Hunting Areas in the north-west, the peninsula is 65 km long. Bigger places are: Ston, Brijesta Trpanj, Viganj, Orebić. The inhabitants are mostly engaged in tourism, wine-growing - producing of Dingach red wine, wine cellars in Potomje and Ston, and cattle breeding and fishing. There are the well-known salt pans, and shellfish farming is also popular. Pelješac owes its charm both churches and noble villas, as well as its superb red wines, Dingach and postup ...

Photographing the Neretva Delta 25 km - a trip to the Neretva River Delta (Opuzen), driving traditional Neretva ships Neretva along the Neretva River Delta with a rich fish picnic. The Neretva River Delta from Metković to the mouth of the north and northeast, surrounded by the branches of the Dinaric Mountains, and from the south Podgradinska-Slivanjska hills.The most important cities are Ploče Opuzen and Metković. Originally consisting of 12 branches, but influenced by a man, and after numerous and extensive land reclamation and cultivation of a rich agricultural area, number of branches reduced to only four ...

Ston 20 km - famed for its salt pans and oyster farming. Coast to a small town along the canal and the bay Prapratna are suitable for swimming, fishing and spear fishing. Ston is surrounded by a 980m long wall with towers. This great fortified complex was built by the people from Dubrovnik (1333-1506). Also, the people from Ston are known for producing wine, and you will certainly at some of the wine cellars and taverns taste their wines. Mali Ston is situated in the small, indented bay. Mali Ston is famous for the cultivation of shellfish – the bay Bistrina and the Canal of Mali Ston ...

Korcula 80 km - a trip to Korčula, combined bus and boat tour with the sightseeing of the old town. Korčula is a Croatian island in the Adriatic Sea near the Dalmatian coast. The three largest sites on Korčula are: the capital Korčula, Blato in the interior and a small port site Vela Luka in the west of the island. The island was inhabited even in prehistoric times. The oldest finds are from the Old Stone Age, in Vela Spilja (cave). There are many disputings, but other than some other cities (Venice, Istanbul), it is considered that Marco Polo was born on Korčula in1254. In the capital city, there is a house for which it is believed that in it Marco Polo was born. Actually, the street and the part of the city (according to existing records that exists even today), where today is placed so called house of Marco Polo correspond to the area which since the earliest days belongs to the family of Polo ...

Boat tour, panoramic driving along the Neum bay and Mali Ston bay

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