Experience the beauty of our region and visit wonderful sights such as Kravice waterfalls, Dubrovnik – the pearl of the Adriatic – or the old town in Mostar


Drive through the marvelous gorge of Neretva River towards Mostar, a city of contrast where East meets West, named after the bridge keepers (mostari) who in the medieval times guarded the Stari Most (Old Bridge) over the Neretva.

The Old Bridge, built by the Ottomans in the 16th century, is one of Bosnia and Herzegovina’s most recognizable landmarks. Old Bridge is part of the UNESCO world heritage list. On your sightseeing the jumpers from the bridge might take your breath while they jump into the river Neretva.

Kravice Waterfalls, Bosnia & Herzegovina


Among the most fascinating naturalistic features of the Herzegovinian region are the sparkling waterfalls of Kravice. With its 28 meters height and 120 meters width is a truly breathtaking scene of nature. You can swim under the refreshing falls or you can have drinks and food enjoying the surroundings in one of the many small cafes and restaurants nearby.

Church in Siroki Brijeg, Bosnia & Herzegovina

Široki Brijeg / Tihaljina

Excursion to Široki Brijeg and Tihaljina with opportunity for lunch or coffee at a restaurant. Tihaljina was the place of Father Jozo’s Međugorje apostolate before he was moved to Široki Brijeg. The Holy Mass is held in the beautiful church of Tihaljina with your own parish priest. Tihaljina is situated 35 km from Međugorje (the same distance as Međugorje – Široki Brijeg).


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This day looking for beauty you will enter the walled city through the Pile Gates. Walk down to the Stradun and admire historic sights such as Rector’s place, Sponza Palace or Church St. Blaise with a professional local tour guide.

City walls – The wall and its fortresses and towers are works of art; they undulate around Old Town in a protective embrace, creating an architectural frame for the historic city like none other.

Cathedral Square in Split, Croatia


City tour, including also the Diocletian’s Palacea World Heritage Site by UNESCO, which is a kind of symbol of the city, is 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.

Old Town of Sarajevo, Bosnia & Herzegovina


Sarajevo, famous by its slow paced life is an excellent place for relaxing walk through the city, sipping cappuccino in one of the numerous, elegant cafeterias, and city wandering. No stress involved – guaranteed! We will visit some galleries, do sightseeing, and go to picturesque Turkish bazaar “Baš Čaršija” for a lesson in rich history, as well as the Husref Bays Mosque and Olympic stadium.


The tradition of wine-making in Herzegovina lasts for centuries. Wine is associated not only with the nutritional habits of mediterranean people but also with religious and popular traditions.

We organize group or individual daytrips and wine tastings in the wineries of our region. If you want to take a trip on one of Herzegovina wine routes contact us and we will arrange all necessary services.

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