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The town and municipality of Čapljina are woven into the diverse and picturesque landscapes of the lower Neretva. It is surrounded by late antique sites such as Mogorjelo and Gabela, the exotic Struga landscape, the ancient stone town of Počitelj, the far-famed complex of medieval architecture, and Hutovo blato, one of the richest waterfowl reserves in Europe.

The town and municipality of Čapljina are woven into the diverse and picturesque landscapes of the lower Neretva. It is surrounded by late antique sites such as Mogorjelo and Gabela, the exotic Struga landscape, the ancient stone town of Počitelj, the far-famed complex of medieval architecture, and Hutovo blato, one of the richest waterfowl reserves in Europe.

The proximity of the Adriatic Sea and the Mediterranean climate create the basic climatic conditions of the Čapljina region suitable for growing vineyards, as well as Mediterranean fruits and vegetables. Today, as for centuries, Čapljina is a desirable place to live.

General information for a trip to Čapljina 

Čapljina is a small town located in Bosnia and Herzegovina. It is located in the western part of the country, near the border with Croatia, on the banks of the Neretva River. The city is known for its beautiful natural surroundings, including nearby mountains and forests, as well as significant cultural sites such as the remains of the ancient Roman city of Narona. It is also home to numerous restaurants, cafes and shops, making it a popular destination for tourists exploring the region.

What to visit in Čapljina

Here are the tourist attractions of Čapljina:

1. Kravice waterfalls: A beautiful natural wonder located about 30 km south of Čapljina. This series of waterfalls stretches over 120 meters and can be viewed from several vantage points. It is a popular place for swimming, excursions and nature walks.
2. Hutovo Blato Nature Park: A unique wetland nature reserve located north of Čapljina. It is home to a wide range of bird species and other wildlife. Visitors can go on guided boat trips or hike the many trails.
3. Mogorjelo – Rimska Villa Rustica: Ancient Roman villa near Čapljina. This archaeological site contains the ruins of a luxurious villa that once belonged to a wealthy Roman citizen. It is now a protected cultural monument and visitors can explore the ruins and learn about life in ancient times.
Cave Vjetrenica One of the largest and most beautiful caves in Bosnia and Herzegovina, the Vjetrenica cave, is located about 40 km southeast of Čapljina. Its underground chambers are adorned with stunning formations, and the cave is home to a unique ecosystem of blind and albino animals.
5. Ruins of the Old Town: Remains of an ancient fortress and settlement located in the center of Čapljina. The site dates back to the Illyrian and Roman periods, and visitors can see the remains of walls, houses and other buildings.
6. Via Dinarica hiking trail: This long-lasting hiking trail passes through the mountains near Čapljina, offering a wonderful view of the surrounding landscape. Hikers can choose between shorter one-day or longer multi-day hikes.
All these attractions offer a unique experience and show the natural beauty and rich history of Čapljina and its surroundings.

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