Enjoy the famous Croatian wines and one of the best views ever. Just a few kilometers from the apartments Repic.
Medieval city in southern Croatia and the treasury of cultural and historical monuments. The city of museums and galleries, surrounded by walls on all sides, surely is one of the most beautiful cities in the world. Visit Dubrovnik Summer Festival and film festivals.
Capital city of a municipality on the Pelješac peninsula, filled with medieval churches and buildings. Simply need to see the second largest walls in the world and the oldest salt pans in Europe.
Mostar is the largest city in Herzegovina, it's cultural and economic center and one of the most beautiful cities in this part of Europe. Old town and the Old Bridge are listed as World Heritage by UNESCO.
After the apparition, the Blessed Virgin Mary, 25 June 1981, becoming one of the most famous Catholic shrine in the world. It is located 25 km southwest of Mostar. Visit the church of Sv. James and Apparition Hill.
Jewel of the landscape is located near Ljubuški . With a width of 120 m and the height of 25 m. Kravice are the biggest and the most beautiful waterfalls in Herzegovina.
One of the most beautiful places in this part of Adriatic Sea. Picture says it all :-)
Orebić & Korčula-Pelješac channel – for those who like water sports, this place is ideal for surfing, sailing, rowing, water skiing and diving. In addition, it is known for its vineyards and for its Days of Culture.
Six connected lakes and a separate lake extended to 138 hectares in Baaina near Ploče. The lakes are below sea level and deep, from 5 to 35 meters. This mostly sweet lakes impress anyone who was found nearby.
Sail on a traditional Neretva ship through swamp areas, expirience the untouched nature and enjoy the Neretva specialties.
Well-preserved ancient Roman villa found in the vicinity of Čapljina.It is enough to say that this is one of the most beautiful ancient buildings in the whole of Bosnia and Herzegovina, included in the list of national monuments.
This nature park and bird rezerve in neighboring Bosnia-Herzegovina, is located only 5 km from Čapljina. Observe around 300 bird and 600 plant species and take photos of the four types of vegetation: forest, water, meadow and wetland.
Located above the Klek, at about 800 m above sea level, or 20-30 minutes of hiking. After adventurous ascension experience a fantastic view of the Pelješac bay, and you can see the fortress and the church from the 17th century.
Remains of this ancient city are situated on the site of present-day village of Vid, which is only 3 km from Metković. Visit the first “in situ” archeological museum in Croatia. The restored temple statues are the Museums main attraction, and its exhibits include 800 items (statues, pottery, jewellery, glass, coins, etc.) which date from the second century BC to the seventh century AD.
Do not miss to see the Oriental and Mediterranean architecture of this small town (national monument) in Bosnia and Herzegovina which was built in the 16th century.
The second largest collection of birds in Europe. Do not miss to learn about more than 340 bird species that are important for the Neretva region (and beyond) and see some of their natural habitat.
An amateur, sporting competition which involves the racing of ladje (vessels native to the Lower Neretva River which flows through the Republic of Croatia). This popular Croatian competition will delight you. It is held annually on the second Saturday in August, on a course 22.5 km long, under the direct patronage of the President of the Republic of Croatia.