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Nearby Attractions

We are located on a small quiet peninsula an hour from Dubrovnik and 2 hours from Split. Within the surrounding area you can explore the wine region of Peljesac, the islands of Korcula and Mljet as well as Mostar and Medugorje in Bosnia & Herzegovina. Closer still are wonderful hiking/biking regions in the hills above Klek. Ancient city Narona and Neretva Delta are half an hour drive from the house.

Dubrovnik - Pearl of Adriatic


Dubrovnik, 'the Pearl of the Adriatic' - is  a living fairy tale that shouldn't be missed which is only an hour from Klek.


With an epic history and Mediterranean culture, Dubrovnik is one of Europe's best old towns. The highlight of any day in Dubrovnik is strolling the scenic mile around the Old Town's city walls. As you wander between a sea of orange roofs on one side and the actual sea on the other,  ponder how Dubrovnik's charm is the sleepy result of its extraordinary past. Busy merchants, the salt trade and shipbuilding made Dubrovnik rich. But the city's most valued commodity was always its freedom.


Narona Archaeological Museum


In the early 1990s, a team from the Archaeological Museum of Split discovered the remains of the ancient temple of Augustus in Vid. Above the temple ruins, an on-site archaeological museum was built. Design by architect Goran Rako/Radionica arhitekture, museum offers an extaordinary experiance of archaeological site.


Narona was the name of the ancient Roman city that was located in the Neretva valley.

The temple of Emperor Augustus is discovered in 1995 along with 17 marble statues, both outsized and in natural height. Since then the famous Roman statues have toured major European museums.

Narona is half an hour drive from the house.

Mostar & Medjugorje


Mostar was named after the bridge keepers, who in the medieval times guarded the Stari Most (Old Bridge) over the Neretva. The Old Bridge, built by the Ottomans in the 16th century, is one of Bosnia and Herzegovina's most recognizable landmarks, and is considered one of the most exemplary pieces of Islamic architecture in the Balkans.

Mostar is an hour and a half drive from Klek and on a way you could visit Medjugorje.

Medjugorje has become one of the most popular pilgrimage sites for Catholics in the world and has turned into Europe's third most important apparition site, where each year more than 1 million people visit.

Ston & Mali Ston

Dalmatian culinary experiences you don't want to miss 


The Medieval complex of Ston and Mali Ston is half an hour away from Klek. In the early 13th century the Ston walls were built as a first line of defence to the Dubrovnik Republic, protecting the Peljesac peninsula. Ston is also famous for its salt-pens which are the oldest and the largest preserved ones in Mediterranean history. An excellent quality of salt is still produced with the same method that has not changed throughout the centuries. 

There is a beautiful town square with cafes, art galleries and shops. Mali Ston is the smaller village of the two, and it's famous for its oysters. People come far to eat at the restaurants there to enjoy the freshest seafood possible, as the view is that of the mussel and oyster farms of Peljesac.


Pelješac The wine region

 connection to Korcula island 


Famous for its vineyards, oysters and mussels, Peljesac peninsula is a beautiful place to drive and discover small villages and beautiful beaches. You can reach Ston in half an hour and from there it is a 45 min. drive to the end of peninsula.

Wine tasting cellars serve food platters with their famous red wines, such as Dingač and Plavac Mali.

Orebić is a pretty dalmatian town at the end of the peninsula from where you can cross to Korčula island with a car ferry or a smaller passenger boat.

Korcula is a gorgeous ancient town. Walk the cobbled streets, enjoy the seafood restaurants and find trinkets and art to buy in the numerous stalls and little shops that line the labyrinth of stone streets .



Neretva delta 

Europe's top kiteboarding & kitesurfing place


The best place to enjoy and learn kitesurf in Croatia. Located on the flat, beautiful beach with shallow water. Professional instruction and gear rental available.

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The Neretva valley is an incredible photo opportunity and nature adventure. The views are stunning. See hundreds of channels of river in a valley travelled by the ancient Greeks,the Romans and Illyrians and where the pirates of Neretva began their attacks on enemy ships.


The Delta contains some of the few remaining wetlands  in Europe . It is internationally recognized as a Ramsar site, an Important Bird Area and Mediterranean Protected Area.  

Mljet national park

 The greenest island in Adriatic


Untouched nature, the island's mysticism, olive groves, vineyards and rich forests are ideal places to research the rich flora and fauna, and to peacefully enjoy the pristine beauty of the natural surroundings.
It was already mentioned in the fourth century BC in Greek writing and is also well known by the stories of Homer's Odissey.
Mljet National Park makes up most of the island, and there are several villages, two salt water lakes - Veliko and Malo jezero, and a Benedictine monastery on the island of sv. Marija [St. Mary] . 

The connection to the island are on Peljesac peninsula; 

car ferry from Prapratno (45 minutes drive from the house ) and private tourist boat from Žuljana.



Hiking & Biking 

 Enjoy breathtaking views in untouched nature


For those who enjoy walking and cycling there are beautiful routs starting directly from the house. Walking track that we marked on the map takes aprox 1 hour. You can visit an old Fort and the church of Velika Gospa, Illyrian cemetery and for those with more stamina one can continue to the amazing lake Kuti and have a food break in Villa Neretva with extraordinary local cousine.

Cycling route takes 45 minutes to lake Kuti. From there you can continue through the Neretva Delta region, or make a loop passing the old fort and the church of Velika Gospa, old village of Ravno and back to the house from the North - West. Within these extraordinary location you can explore two complitely differant eco-systems, diversety of wild life,

all in just an hour from your apartment.





Split is famous for its Roman Diocletian Palace. The main part of the old town is built around it, so shopping does feel very special, as you wonder the narrow cobbled paths between buildings. Cafes are situated in gorgeous sqaures and little bars are nestled in narrow path ways. This place feels alive in all seasons as its popular with both locals and tourists. There is a theatre with opera and plays all year round.


The labyrinth of stone streets hold gorgeous shops selling jewellery, shoes , and chocolate . To the edges of the old town you can even find an H&M . There is a wonderful ethnographic museum where you can see what was being worn hundreds of years ago. 


The international airport is a 30-40 minute taxi ride. The port with boats connecting to the islands is situated at the front of the old town, so its very easy to find. Also there, is the bus terminal and post office. 

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