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Biokovo - nature park
You can go part way up the mountain by minibus and then take a short hike to Sveti Jure peak or take a 5 hour hike through black pine forests and fields of chamois and sheep. Biokovo Mountain, rising behind Makarska, offers wonderful hiking opportunities. The highest peak at 1762m (two homs). Take plenty of water. Another popular destination is the Botanical Garden by Makarska near the village of Kotišina which can be reached by a marked trail from Makar that passes under a series of towering peaks.
This is an opportunity to see the island of Brac, third largest Adriatic island, its towns and picturesque scenery. Swimming and sun-bathing on the wellknown beach of Zlatni Rat - a 500 metre long sandy tongue, surrounded by the sea, with dense pine woods in the background

Join our tour to experience the spirit of Medugorje. Discover and experience the phenomenon that has made Medugorje one of the most famous places of pilgrimage throughout the Catholic world, attracting millions of visitors. Since 1981, the Virgin Mary has been relaying Her message of peace to the seers, and this place has been attracting millions of visitors from all over the world. After Mass, those who wish may visit the Apparition Hill where the Virgin Mary first appeared to the children.

Situated in a thick forest, Plitvice Lakes are considered one of the most beautiful natural phenomena in the world. The 16 lakes, connected by 92 waterfalls, cascade through the picturesque surrounding. Plitvice Lakes were declared a national park in 1949, and since 1979, they have been on UNESCO's List of World Natural Heritage. The park's attractions also include several caves and the varied flora and fauna. A guided tour of the park lasts about two hours and a half, including both a boat ride and a walking tour. Join us on this trip to enjoy the magic beauty of the lakes and waterfalls, creating spectacular scenery.

This old town, surrounded by thick walls and towers, looks like a precious jewel washed by sea. Dubrovnik is also a treasure trove of beautiful architecture and works of art which have been jealously kept and preserved through the centuries. The beautiful palaces, old monasteries and churches, old libraries, treasuries, as well as stone-paved streets and squares are just a part of what you can see and experience from the rich past of the town.

daily Rafting in Omis, on the river Cetina
daily boat trips to islands Brac, Hvar, Korcula