Excursions / sights
Makarska is a port city on the Dalmatian coast of Croatia. It is known for the beaches of the Makarska Riviera, its seaside promenade and its nightlife. Kačić Square is the center of the old town, situated on a small bay between wooded headlands. Ferries connect the city with the nearby island of Brač. In the east rises the rugged Biokovo Mountains - a nature reserve and home of the golden eagle and the Balkan chamois. A serpentine road leads up to the summit of Sveti Jure.
Distance: 33 km. By car in about 36 minutes to reach
Split, a city on the Dalmatian coast of Croatia, is known for its beaches and the fortress-like complex of the Diocletian's Palace in the center, built in the 4th century by the Roman emperor Diocletian. Consisting of thousands of buildings, the ruin now has more than 200 buildings. Within its white stone walls and courtyards are a cathedral and numerous shops, bars, cafes, hotels and houses.
Distance: 119 km. By car in about 1 h 36 min. to reach
Dubrovnik is located in southern Croatia on the Adriatic Sea. Above all, the characteristic old town is known, which is completely surrounded by a massive stone wall completed in the 16th century. The architecture of the well-preserved buildings ranges from the Baroque style (Church of St. Blaise) on the Renaissance (Sponza Palace) to the Gothic (Rector's Palace, now a history museum). There are many shops and restaurants in the limestone-paved pedestrian street of Stradun or Placa.
Mostar is a city in the south of Bosnia and Herzegovina and is traversed by the Neretva. Particularly well known is its landmark Stari Most (Old Bridge), a reconstructed medieval arched bridge. Shops and market stalls throng the nearby alleyways, and the Bridge Museum retraces the long history of the bridge. A narrow staircase leads up to the minaret of the Koski Mehmed Paša Mosque, which offers a beautiful view of the city.
Međugorje is a local community in Bosnia and Herzegovina. Since reports of a Marian apparition at Apparition Hill in 1981, it is considered an unofficial Catholic place of pilgrimage. At the site of the first apparition and in front of St. James's Church are statues of the "Queen of Peace". Near the church is also the statue of the "Risen Christ", which is said to secrete tears. A concrete cross marks the Kreuzberg, a summit south of the city.
Apartments Daria are located 950 meters from the center of Zaostrog. Zaostrog is a small town in Croatia, right on the Adriatic Sea.
Footpath Accommodation - Beach 1100 m 15 min.
Footpath Accommodation - Town center 950 m 10 min.
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