Croatia & Bosnia Private Authentic Tour Farm Stay
My family & I would love to take you into our home in our village of Hardomilje and show you our way of life which has changed little over the generations & is based on organically grown food & homemade specialties.We offer accommodation in 3 different village homes and meals prepared by us and you’re more than welcome to be a part of the ‘Farm to Table’ cooking experience. As part of your stay you can take advantage river boat rides and I organize multiple day trips to nearby highlights and hidden gems which few guests have the opportunity to see.We’re located in neighboring Herzegovina which is an hour from Split and less than 2 hours from Dubrovnik. We’d love to host a local experience and lasting memories for you.
Highlights: Mostar – Počitelj – Blagaj, Sarajevo, Split, Dubrovnik, Korčula, Ston, River Boat Lunch, St. Anthony’s
*Boat Ride from 1.04. to 1.11.
Day 1. Mostar – Počitelj -Blagaj
A 30 min drive from away is Mostar, Herzegovina’s main town, and it has wowed visitors for centuries. You’ll explore it’s medieval core – the Old Town. You will have a chance to learn of Mostar’s troubled and turbulent past and it’s ever-so-intriguing present while strolling the cobbles of the Old Town and seeing the marvelous Ottoman architecture.
Day 2. Sarajevo
A 2 hour scenic drive away is Bosnia’s capital city Sarajevo. In the town center you’ll feel as though you have stepped back in time and it’s one of the most historically curious and diverse cities in Europe.
Day 3. Old Hardomilje village, Ljubuški Fort, Herceg Stjepana Fort, St. Anthony’s monastery
Old Hardomilje is situated on the ancient Roman trading route from Narona to Salona and is an authentic village with it’s characteristic limestone houses and has been home to generations of families.
Day 4. River Boat with lunch, Trebizet Falls (Kravice, Koćuša…)
The Trebižet river flows through the Ljubuski field where you’ll enjoy an easy 45 min boat ride with homemade food and beverages.
Day 5. Dubrovnik
Less than 2 hours away is Dubrovnik, one of the best-preserved medieval walled cities in the world and an acclaimed UNESCO World Heritage Site. It’s home to beautiful Gothic, Renaissance and Baroque churches, monasteries, palaces and fountains.
Day 6. Split & Klis Fort
An hour’s drive away is the Klis Fort, located on the high cliffs above Split dating back to the 4th century BC, it offers awesome views of greater Split and the nearby islands.
Day 7. Ston & Island of Korčula
Ston is a small town on the Peljesac peninsula with the longest defense walls in Europe dating back to the 16th century. It’s known for it’s ancient salt flats and aclaimed oysters & mussels and the restuarants & taverns specialize in the local cuisine.
Day 8. Departure
Today is the last day of our tour. Your guide will drive you to Dubrovnik, Split or Sarajevo Airport where you are expecting your flight back home. Eight beautiful and richly-filled days came to an end. Goodbye