Feel free to use your location in Zaostrog for exploring Dalmatia and nearby Bosnia and Herzegovina.

Here are a few tips:

– city of Split – Diocletian’s Palace, Cathedral of Saint Domnius, the Riva and marina, Marjan hill, stadium Hajduk Split and various museums

– go even beyond Split and visit Kaštela (an agglomeration of seven small towns in Croatia), located northwest of the city of Split or visit city of Trogir (UNESCO World Heritage Centre)

– after driving from Split down to Omiš there is an interesting bastion and a pirate stronghold, also a nice historical center and a pebble beach

– before entering city of Makarska you can visit Brela or Baška voda with beautiful beaches and a nice scenery

– city of Makarska is a sea-port and marketplace and has a beautiful old town in the centre

– next to Zaostrog you can visit Drvenik, that can be reached by a walking trail along the sea, that is an important ferry port if you want to reach middle Dalmatia islands

– above Zaostrog you can find an old village and enjoy beautiful clean air and countryside as well as magnificent views of the sea and nearby islands

– southern you can visit Neretva River (Neretva ship marathon, remains of the city of Narona, rich and diverse bird population)

Dubrovnik (the Old Town of Dubrovnik, an urban centre preserved to the present day) and surroundings (interesting smaller settlements, in the former times part of the Dubrovnik Republic territory)

– hinterland middle-class city of Imotski with red and blue lakes that are called pearls of the nature

– in neighboring Bosnia and Herzegovina it is recommended to visit Mostar (regional and cultural center of Herzegovina known for the Old Bridge), Kravice waterfall and Međugorje Pilgrimage