We offer private tours with private English speaking guide by private car, which include Villa Mike pick up and drop off at chosen time.
For free time acitivities and better introduction of Bosnia and Herzegovina, our partner is http://www.redgreen.ba and with them we can organise rafting trips, canoeing, canyoning, hiking, rock climbing, ski touring and hunting.
Because owner of property is hunter and fisherman if you requested we can organize hunting tour (from November-February) and fishing tour on the river Neretva (from April – November).
Suggestions for activities:
● Preparing an amazing grill, at the garden with palms and swimming pool, near the river Neretva.
● At 25 km away is the most famous Herzegovina Waterfal Kravice.
● property organize activities for its guests.
Blagaj is located 12 km in the South far from Mostar.It is situated on the river Buna whose spring is there.First documents on its existence come from 10th century when it was mentioned by the name Bona.It was capitol of Humska Land or Huma, the region that was called Herzegovina since the half of 15th century.There are still ruins of medieval town on the cliffs above the spring of Buna.blagaj was the residence of the rulers of Herzegovina,the most famous one was Herceg Stjepan .In 1465 Turks conquered Blagaj and took this fortified town over.
On the spring of the Buna river,close to the cave there is Tekija built by the end of 15th century.seperated and surrounded by the wall it has served for meditation,pray and education of dervuishas,religious men who have tended to the spiritual improvment, by centuries.
Huge sloping stone cliff that is above Tekija and water mill that is downstream of Tekija from its bosom, gives clear, cold spring of the biggest capacity in Europe to Blagaj and to whole region.This is the sight that makes nobody calm.
● Tour lasts approx. 3 hours
POČITELJ - stone town as the Nobel prize winner Ivo Andric used to call it it is situated on the left bank of the Neretva 20 km in the South far from Mostar.At the first sight it is visible that was made meaningful as town fortress since it is enclosed by walls and on the on high ground there is Gavrankapetanovic Tower that used to be both fortress and observation post.
Viewer who decides to see it from the bank of the Neretva, will notice that complete town is turned toward the Neretva and buildings sucha are Hajji Alija’s mosue, Gavrankapetanovic tower, Clock tower, Han, Mderesa are seperated among many houses.● Tour lasts approx. 5 hours
ingenuity and Herzegovina’s and Dalmatian workmanship. The late morning and afternoon will be spent exploring Mostar. This city, which was split during the conflict in the early 1990s, still displays some of the scars of war. Today, Mostar is once again a warm and bustling place with a fascinating history.
Sites to see include:
● the ancient oriental old town,
● the remnants of the Old Bridge (1566; being reconstructed),
● Koski Mehmed Pasa Mosque (1618-1619),
● Kriva Cuprija (1558; Oblique Bridge),
● Kujundziluk Street – old coppersmiths street,
● Karadzozbegova Mosque (1577),
● Cardak (Watch tower),
● Muslimbegovic House (Traditional Turkish house with courtyard) and the Medresa (Muslim religious secondary school),
● Tour lasts approx. 2,0 hours.
Located 7 km (4.3 mi) from Ljubuski, Bosnia and Herzegovina, the Kravica Waterfall (also called Kravice Waterfall) stretches over 100 meters (328 ft.) across and drops over 25 meters (82 ft.) into a crystal-green natural pool surrounded by a horseshoe-shaped canyon.
Enjoy a trip to the beautiful Kravice Waterfalls. You can spend as much time as you like to swim, sunbathe and explore.The gem of this region is the crystal-clear water of the Trebizat River. Southeast of Ljubuski are the Kravica Waterfalls. The waterfalls have a natural pool dug out at the base of the falls by the constant rush of water. It is a favorite local swimming hole with picnic area, café and even a place to pitch a tent if you like. The best time of year for visiting is springtime when the waterfall is at its fullest and the arid landscape turns a bright green.● Tour lasts approx. 5 hours
Žitomislić church is dedicated to the Annunciation of the Mother of God. In 1566 the Ottoman Empire, as represented by the kadija in Nevesinje, granted the Miloradović-Hrabren family a permit to build monastery at Žitomislić over the ruins of an older church. The monastery took more than forty years to complete with the first reference to monks at Žitomislić in 1606. The monastery boasted a highly artistic iconostasis, and housed a scriptorium of considerable activity and renown in its time. At the height of its existence the monastery was supported by large land holdings worked by the monks themselves.
● Tour lasts approx. 3 hours
The Neretva river got its name from Celts, they called the river “Nera Etwa” which means the “Flowing Divinity”, “Divine River”, and no doubt this truly is the Nile of Bosnia and Herzegovina and, indeed, all of South-East Europe.
Enjoy an afternoon on this gorgeous river in some of Herzegovina’s most secluded and exotic locations. Enjoy the peace and tranquility of fishing in one of the most beautiful rivers in Europe. You have the opportunity to catch: Neretvanska Mekousna – Neretva’s Softmouth trout (Salmo obtusirostris oxyrhynchus), Glavatica iz Neretve – Marble trout (Salmo marmoratus), Zubatak iz Neretve – Tooth trout (Salmo dentex) and many many more.
Afterwards you have the opportunity to go to Mike private fishing land on the bank river Neretva and prepare the fish in different Herzegovina styles (breaded, grilled, or pan-fried) with an extensive menu of homegrown spices and side-dishes. To top it all, enjoy a great variety of local wines paired with your cuisine.● Tour lasts approx. 5 hours