Natural Water Park Kocusa

Koćuša Waterfall is located in the village of Veljaci in the municipality of Ljubuški five minutes from Old House Estate and is one of the most beautiful natural pearls of this part of Herzegovina. The beauty of this waterfall and the nearby landscape will not leave you indifferent. The height of the waterfall is five, and the length is 50 meters, and in the immediate vicinity there are mills and pillars that have adorned this place for years.


The most attractive locality on Trebižat is the Kravica waterfall, three kilometers downstream from Vitaljina in Studenci near Ljubuški. It was created by the work of the travertine river Trebižat, so as a natural phenomenon it is under state protection as a natural rarity.
The height of the waterfall ranges from 26 to 28 meters, with a water amphitheater below the waterfall with a diameter of 120 meters. Grass, moss and lichens grew over the travertine layer from the bottom to the top of the waterfall. Hemp, figs and poplars sprouted along the waterfall. Numerous mills and cloth-rolling pillars used to be active along the waterfall.

The Franciscan monastery of St. Anthony of Padova in Humac.

The Franciscan monastery of St. Anthony of Padua in Humac houses the oldest museum in Bosnia and Herzegovina, founded in 1884.
The renovated museum exhibits objects collected in the wider area of Herzegovina from the Old Stone Age (Paleolithic) to the present day. The Humac plate from the 12th century is also on display. century, the oldest preserved monument written in the Croatian language (a mixture of Glagolitic and Old Croatian Cyrillic – Bosnian) in today’s Bosnia and Herzegovina.

The old town of Ljubuski

The old town of Ljubuški (also the fortress of Duke Stjepan) is a medieval fortress located on the hill Buturovica above Ljubuški. It is a National Monument of Bosnia and Herzegovina. [1] In addition to the Old Town, which is located at an altitude of 350 meters above sea level, there are two other localities on Buturovica: Gradina Sitomir (395 meters above sea level) and Gradina na Buturovici (397 meters above sea level). [2]

The foundation of the city was built at the highest level during the medieval Bosnian state, probably in the middle of the XV. century. The medieval town consists of the dominant massive tower of Herceguša and a stable (fenced area for cattle) in front of it. The tower is square in shape, with external dimensions of 9.7 × 5 m, topped by loopholes. The thickness of the north wall is 4.5 m, and the east and west 2 m. The dimensions of the barn next to the tower are 20 × 10 m with an entrance 1.3 m wide on the south side. The thickness of the walls around the barn was between 1.6 and 2 m.


Medjugorje is one of the most famous Roman Catholic pilgrimage destinations in the world. It became known through the apparitions of the Virgin Mary, which began to appear as a phenomenon in 1981, after which religious tourism began to develop. Since then, this Herzegovinian place, along with Sarajevo, has been one of the most visited tourist centers in BiH, visited annually by about a million Catholics from all over the world. Unlike the Marian shrine in Lourdes, France, which with its six million tourists a year has become a real commercial paradise for local caterers, Medjugorje still retains its original charm, in which pilgrims find peace in the faith. The center of the gathering is the church of St. Jakov in the center

The old bridge in Mostar

The old bridge on the Neretva in Mostar was built between 1557 and 1566, and is the work of the Ottoman builder Hajrudin. In 2004, it was included in the UNESCO World Heritage List. It is known as the main symbol of Mostar and Herzegovina.
The old bridge is a stone bridge built of tenelia stone. The arch is almost 29 meters long and 20 meters high, bent near a lowered semicircle. It is characterized by a thin and elegant shape: the profile of the bridge was so thin and so high above the water that it was difficult for many to imagine that such a building could be made of large stone blocks. The bridge is light in color, which changes during the day, depending on the sun.

It was built simply to connect the two shores, without any decorative intent or special importance. The morphology of the place and its surroundings had the main influence on the design of the bridge. The whole complex is not the result of one design but of development over time, dependent on historical events and the need to protect the river crossing. The old bridge is not associated with any specific style or period in architecture so it is unique in the world.


Blagaj is a populated place near the city of Mostar.
Below the settlement is the source of the river Buna, which is the largest karst source in Europe (Vrelo Bune). Next to it is the famous Sufi tekke, and in its vicinity are the prehistoric site of the Green Cave, fish farm and restaurants, and a castle from the 15th century, while in the village there are numerous buildings that have been declared a national monument of Bosnia and Herzegovina.

Nature Park Blidinje

Blidinje Nature Park is located in Bosnia and Herzegovina in the high mountains of the central Dinarides, and includes the area of the mountain massifs Čvrsnica and Vrana. Administratively, it is part of the municipalities of Posušje, Tomislavgrad, Prozor-Rama, Jablanica and the city of Mostar. Due to its geomorphological features, richness of flora and fauna and beautiful landscapes, on March 30, 1995, Blidinje was declared a nature park. To date, about 1,500 plant species have been recorded in the unique natural range, which contains many endemic species of flora and fauna, of which more than 200 are endemic, subendemic and relict species. The park is home to the largest habitat of endemic ivory pine.


Split is the largest city in Dalmatia, and in terms of population and area the second most populous, ie the largest city in Croatia.

According to the last census, conducted in 2011, Split has 178,192 inhabitants, is the second largest Croatian trading port, the largest passenger port in Croatia and the third largest port in the Mediterranean by number of passengers. It is the administrative center of the Split-Dalmatia County and gravitates to the area of the three southernmost Croatian counties (formerly the Union of Municipalities of Split), and part of Herzegovina, including Bosnia. The headquarters of the Croatian Navy is located in the port of Lori on the northern side of the peninsula. The city center is the ancient Diocletian’s Palace from the 4th century (under UNESCO protection from October 26, 1979 [2]), which is a unique example in the world.

Split is the economic and cultural center of Dalmatia.


Located on the Adriatic coast, in the extreme south of Croatia. It is one of the most important cultural and tourist centers in Southeast Europe. It is known for its old town with numerous cultural and sacral monuments.

A popular name for the town under the hill Srđ is also “the pearl of the Adriatic”. Dubrovnik is also the administrative center of the Dubrovnik-Neretva County.

The city of Dubrovnik was founded on maritime trade and trade with the surrounding Balkan countries (Bosnia, Serbia, Dalmatia) during the early Middle Ages and for a long time was the only opponent of the Venetian Republic in the eastern part of the Adriatic. Due to its wealth and skilful diplomatic relations, Dubrovnik developed significantly, especially in the 15th and 16th centuries. It was also an important cultural center, and the hometown of many important poets, writers, philologists, painters, mathematicians and physicists.

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