Montenegro, the pearl of the Mediterranean, unique in many ways, is situated in the south of the Adriatic. Nowhere else can you find, so much natural wealth, beauty, mild beaches, clear lakes, fast rivers, and gorgeous mountains in such a compact area as in Montenegro. In the morning you can wake up along the beautiful Adriatic coast, have lunch on the banks of Skadar Lake, and enjoy an evening walk in the Montenegrin mountains. Montenegro cannot leave you indifferent.
It is our great honour to host you here in thi unique environment which Ston can offer,this Medieval little town with whose history reaches back as far as the 14th century.It is a small town with the longest stone wall in Europe(5,5km),with narrow quiet streets,noble ancient houses and with traces of ancient cultures. Its former value as a „salt city“ gets confirmed even today in the plants of the oldest active salt-works in the world.
Mostar is situated in the south of Bosnia and Herzegovina, more specifically located in the center of Herzegovina. Metropolitan area can be described as a geographical hub of the northern, western and eastern Herzegovina. Through the center of the canyon spans the Neretva River and the Mostar known as the “city on the Neretva river.” In the metropolitan area of Mostar there are three basins: Bijelo Polje, Mostarska and Bišće Polje. Mostar’s most famous mountains are: Hum, Brkanovo Brdo, Galac, Orlovac, Mikuljaca, Zovnica, Planinica and Fortica. The two most famous mountains are Velez and Prenj.
If you visit this stone oasis in the south of Bosnia and Herzegovina, you will have the desire to get back again. Located in the hinterland of the southern Adriatic, only 25 kilometers from the sea, Trebinje is a veritable treasury of cultural – historical heritage, created by a mixture of different peoples and civilizations that have passed through the area. Orient and Mediterranean blend gives it a special charm, so that the spirit and charm of these different worlds can be felt at every turn.
Let’s take a walk through this unique harmony of natural beauty. Let’s enjoy this inestimable gift of nature all year long. Each of the four seasons has its own little story of different colours, sounds, patter of the waterfalls, odours and quietness -life in a word. There are sixteen blue-green lakes connected to each other by a series of waterfalls, resembling a pearl, all embraced in a magic greenery of the forests and meadows. Every nook and cranny of this rich vegetation is a wonderful place for birds, butterflies and game of all sorts to live. Words fail to describe the beauty and harmony of the Plitvice Lakes. Come and enjoy this intact primeval nature.
Korčula enchants the senses with its timeless beauty and casts an everlasting spell of wonder on those who tread upon its ancient stone. Immerse yourself in Korčula’s narrow walkways and discover adorned palaces and elegant houses; while in the evening, follow the fading light to reveal a glorious Adriatic sunset.
The Elaphite islands
On the western side of Dubrovnik, in its immediate surroundings there is the finest Dubrovnik archipelago called Elaphite (in Greek meaning the Deer Islands), closely bound to Dubrovnik and its entire past.
The islands are very beautiful, and they seem to be constant guardians of the sea and coast; they have always been the home of the brave captains and sailors of the Dubrovnik Republic and the present Dubrovnik.
Dinner in the mountains at the restaurant of national cuisine
A visit to the observation deck, overlooking the peninsula of Cavtat on Konavolskuyu Valley and surrounding area.
Then, in a cozy setting with a pleasant folk music you can taste home national cuisine (lamb, calf or octopus “under the hood”). All of the fragrant soft bread to hard liquor – the production of the restaurant owner and his family, who warmly welcome you at home.
Ostrog monastery – the current Serbian Orthodox monastery in Montenegro. This monastery is considered the main shrine of Montenegro. Ostrog Monastery is located in the rock at an altitude of nearly 900 meters above sea level. Today, the monastery actions and live in it 12 monks.
Founded in the 17th century, St. Basil of Ostrog (real name Stojan Jovanovic), Ostrog monastery every year attracts pilgrims from all over Europe who come to venerate the relics of St. Basil and ask for healing. His wishes and prayers as written on slips of paper, putting them in the cracks of the rocks.
Krka National Park
Village area of 109 km2 in the basin of the river Krka and its course in 1985, recognized by the State Reserve Krka. The river Krka with seven tuff cascades is a natural karst phenomenon. With its svreobraznomu polozheniyui different types of parking lots, the area of the river Krka is exceptionally rich in flora and fauna. The park is set in 1022 species and subspecies of plants. Krka is also very important rayrn for the spring and autumn migration of birds.