Dubrovnik – 110 km far from
Dubrovnik is a city with a unique political and cultural history (Dubrovnik Republic, Dubrovnik Statute from 1272), and world famous monumental heritage and beauty (inscribed on the UNESCO World Heritage List).

Korcula –15 minutes by boat
The town of Korcula, the historical centre of the island, has a very nice location in the Peljesac Channel. It is also known for its outstanding cultural and historical heritage and a long tradition in seafaring, shipbuilding and stone-masonry. It is the birthplace of the adventurer and traveller Marco Polo.

Mljet – 2 hours by boat
Time magazine places island of Mljet among 10 most beautiful islands of the World.
Northwest part of the island has been named a National Park in 1960. The most famous part of National Park are Malo and Veliko Lake where is the islet of St. Mary with the Benedictive monastery from the 12th century.

 Sveti Ilija mountain that is 961 meters high is popular hikers and walkers destination.
 Sveti Ilija2

 Neretva delta1
A photo safari through the Neretva delta. (100 km)
Take a ride in “lađa”, the traditional boat of the Neretva valley, through hundreds of channels on which the ancient Greeks, the Illyrians and the Romans used to sail, and where the pirates of Neretva began their attacks on enemy ships.


Međugorje– 140 km

On the south east part of Bosnia and Herzegovina, near the town of Citluk it’s situated one of the most known sanctuary in the world-Medugorje.
Medugorje owns its popularity to the appereance of the Virgin Mary, who started to appear to a local group of kids the 24 June 1981.