Neum is the only exit of Bosnia and Herzegovina to the coast. It was first mentioned in 533 (under the name Neunense) but was developed as a maritime retreat in 1965. The Old Town of Neum is 2 km inland. Neum has steep hills, sandy beaches, and several large tourist hotels. Tourism in Neum is active only in the coastal region. The inland area behind Neum has a rich archaeological history and untouched wilderness and develops agricultural tourism.
There are over 7000 beds in hotels, B&Bs, guest houses, and private accommodation.
Walk through the cobbled streets accompanied by a professional guide, discovering the merits of Dubrovnik’s past and present!
The view of the sunlit Old Town of Dubrovnik is a great opportunity for an unforgettable photo in your album! Take a walk along its cobbled streets in the company of a professional guide in order to discover the treasures of Dubrovnik’s past and present. Put your hands on its ancient walls and let the distant presence of people who had lived there centuries ago come close and touch you. A half-day tour that will leave you mesmerized by architectural treasures, artistic intensity, and cultural opulence – a day that will most certainly become one of your favorite holiday experiences ever.
The largest city in Dalmatia has never been so close as now!
Diocletian’s Palace, a World Heritage Site by UNESCO, is a kind of symbol of the city, just one of the stops during our walk through Split. Use your free time for shopping, lunch in one of the many pleasant local taverns, or simply enjoy the sunshine and serenity of this forever young city while sipping coffee on the inevitable Split waterfront.
On the steep slopes of the second largest Croatian peninsula Pelješac there are picturesque vineyards cultivated on scarce soil, stolen from the mainly rocky terrain, and maintained by hard work of generations of winers. The award-winning wines are the result of the hard work of people in love with their land. It is an absolute imperative to taste wine in one of the wine cellars. The Walls of Ston were built after 1333. when Ston became a part of the Republic of Dubrovnik. Their purpose was to defend the Republic and the peninsula. The Walls are 5,5 kilometers long. They are the first longest walls in Europe and the longest walls to defend a city. They were erected in order to defend Ston, Mali Ston, and its profitable salt pans. Ston has value as a planned city built, according to the Dubrovnik layout. The field of the Ston municipality reveals a story about history, from prehistoric times until today. The story of the time and culture is evident from numerous archaeological sites, churches and chapels, stone mounds and walls, the remains of the Napoleonic road, and the monastery. All this creates a story about the time and culture of the Ston region.
Enjoy history, legends, and amazing local tradition on this day out!
Marco Polo was a world explorer, and therefore “owned by”, and considered to be the “heritage” of the whole world! While other explorers and researchers have changed the world map – Marco Polo has changed history… And Korčula is his birthplace! The island of Korčula is, without doubt, a special island on the Croatian Adriatic. Perhaps more than on any other island, it is here that the legends, stories, and historical monuments relate to each other. Famous stonemasons, shipbuilders, sailors, and people of Korčula left traces worldwide, but the best thing is what they have left to their city. Enjoy the narrow streets, beautiful churches, and palaces in one of the most beautiful cities on the Mediterranean.
Join us on this journey by boat along the indented Southern Adriatic coast to Montenegro – a small country of abundant natural beauties and cultural heritage. Admire this only Montenegrin fiord – much like those in Norway: greyish-white mountains enhance the fiord with miniature islands scattered on the Bay’s smooth sea surface. Then follows perhaps the most beautiful natural phenomena on the Montenegrin coast, that some would classify as a natural Mediterranean gem – the “Blue Grotto”. The “Blue Grotto’s” entrance is below sea level, thus when sunrays refract off the white bottom, the grotto and water disperse an unbelievable blue colour. We shall also visit the minute island of “Our Lady of the Rocks” as well as a church built in the XVIIth century. Our Lady of the Rocks is famous for its 68 murals painted by one of the best-known Baroque mural artists of that time – Tripo Kokolja. One must also visit the stunning beauty of the ancient city of Kotor – a medieval Mediterranean pearl. During this visit to Kotor, one should also take in the renowned Cathedral of St. Stephen and the Maritime Museum preserving valuable artifacts’ depicting the tradition of Boka citizens.
A city of stone on stone, historical, political, scientific, and cultural center of Herzegovina lies at the foot of the slopes of Velez Mountain, in the Neretva River valley. It is a city of sun, greenery, and flowers, with a mild Mediterranean climate, even fragrances from the sea reaching it.
Mostar is the city of contrasts, wide roads, narrow streets, the traditional Kujundziluk (old bazaar), and a contemporary center, a city in which the culture and art of the East and the West meet, which have left visible traces that have withstood the test of natural forces and rulers. Next to modern edifices there rise the towers of churches and the minarets of mosques. Nonetheless, the most magnificent stone monument is the Stari Most (Old Bridge), built in 1566 according to the plans of Hayruddin, the great Turkish builder of the 16th c. it has a large stone arch and has been entered on UNESCO’s World Heritage List.
Medjugorje is a small town located in Hercegovina, a region of Western Bosnia & Hercegovina, around 25 km southwest of Mostar.
Medjugorje became world-famous as a place of religious pilgrimage due to the apparitions of the Virgin Mary to six local Catholics. Since 24th June 1981, the Blessed Virgin Mary has been appearing and giving messages to the world. Our Lady’s mission is one of peace and love, and Medjugorje is known as a place of peace and beauty, all which is required is an open heart and mind, everything else just falls into place.
Medjugorje turned into Europe’s third most important apparition site which is visited by more than one million people each year. It has been estimated that 30 million pilgrims have come to Medjugorje since the apparition began in 1981.
Secret Dalmatia’s Peljesac Wine Tour takes you to the beautiful Pelješac peninsula. This picturesque area is home to some of the most intriguing red wines in Croatia!
The first top is the town of Ston and its diminutive sibling, Mali Ston (Little Ston), home to some of the longest medieval walls in Europe of 4.3 miles (7 kilometers) and also some of the most delicious oysters this side of the Adriatic. Visit an old salt
factory, which produced enough valuable salt that it made the area wealthy and well known in southern Europe.
Continue the journey down the Pelješac peninsula, cruising along the coast. Two most famous wine growing regions on the peninsula are Dingac and Postup. Both of them are located on the south slopes of Peljesac, and they were the first two protected wine regions in Croatia: Dingac in 1964 and Postup just three years afterwards, in 1967.
On this private tour you will visit best wineries on Peljesac, learn about wine production and taste superb selection of Croatian wines, followed by optional gourmet experience of oyster tasting in Bay of Mali Ston and lunch in waterfront restaurant.
If you wish to spend unforgettable time in the oasis of peace and untouched nature that is hard to find nowadays, visit Matuško. Here men always had to work hard to survive competing with harsh nature that surrounded them. Main cultures were tobacco and vine. While tobacco is almost non-existent in these days, there are still many vineyards, old as well as new.
Upon the arrival guests are offered homemade liquor as the welcome drink. Then follows the visit to the garden with animals (if weather permits) where there are donkeys, ducks, rabbits, chickens. That usually lasts 15/20 minutes.
Then the meal is served as follows:
Appetizer: skewers with bacon that guests themselves warm up over the barbecue, cheese out of sheep’s skin, homemade bread done under peka or sač.
Main course: veal and lamb with potatoes made traditional way under metal bell called sač or peka.
Desert: homemade cookies
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