We offer you a full-day excursions to Mostar, Dubrovnik, Plitvice Lakes, Krka National Park, cave Vranjača, Pocitelj, Buna, Klis Fortress and many others.
Transfer is done with a mini bus 7 +1, and if necessary we can organize larger groups.
On this tour we will take you to Mostar, another exiting destination in neighboring country Bosnia and Herzegovina. A short drive up the Adriatic coast and a turn towards inner land lead us through the valley of Neretva river to our destination Mostar.
On the way to Mostar we will visit the medieval town of Pocitelj. After free time in Pocitelj, we will continue our ride towards Mostar. Mostar is the town where the north meets the south and the west meets the east, a town where Neretva river divides a cultures and religions over the centuries, where the differences and contrasts can be seen on each corner…
The town was developed on the basis of a small antique settlement, the bridge, its towers and today’s oldest parts of Mostar were build by the Turks during Ottoman empire.
A fortified settlement connected with bridge across the Neretva river was first described and documented in the 15th century.
Mostar was named after its bridge (word “most” = bridge) and two fortified towers on its sides known as “Bridge keepers” (Mostari) Helebija and Tara. The old bridge (“Stari Most”) was a true miracle of architecture of its time, today the bridge dominates above Neretva river from a height of twenty four meters, it is a four meters wide and thirty meters long. The arch of the bridge was made of local stone known as“Tenelija”.
Drive along the Adriatic coast through the science landscapes of the the Makarska Riviera and across the Neretva River Delta to Dubrovnik Because of its exceptional beauty and rich cultural heritage this ancient city has been included in UNESCO’s List of Cultural Heritage.
3. PLITVICE LAKES
With us you can visit the Plitvice National Park with its sixteen beautiful lakes all connected by waterfalls that is also under UNESCO protection.
4. KRKA NATIONAL PARK
Krka National Park encompasses the area along the course of the Krka River, which flows through a deep and picturesque canyon for over 75 km and creates roaring waterfalls– Bilušić buk, Miljacka, Brljan, Rošnjak, Manojlovački slap, Roški slap and the fantastic Skradinski buk (Krka falls 46 m), Europe’s largest travertine barrier. There are also two remarkable cultural monuments within the park boundaries: the Franciscan monastery on the island of Visovac and the Krka monastery.
5. CAVE VRANJACA
The Vranjaca cove was discovered in 1903. For its exceptional characteristics , of depth 107 meters and at temperature of 15 C, it offers to the pleasant stay for all the visitors. Concrete paths, equipped with electrics lights, connect 9 smaller cambers. Colorful stalactites, stalagmites as well as 65 millions of years old columns and crystals, make this cave worthwhile seeing.
6. KLIS FORTRESS
The Klis fortress, one of the most significant fortifications in Croatia. In the document issued by prince Trpimir in 852 the court is mentioned as his property, and it also became the center of the Early Croatian Littoral or Klis Countury (Parathalassia).