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They wrote about us 📝

In 2017, the British media "The Guardian" published an article about the Ćiro trail from Mostar to Dubrovnik 👉 LINK.

In 2017, a New York Times magazine journalist cycled the Ćiro trail from Mostar to Dubrovnik and published an article after his cycle trip 👉 LINK.

Lonely Planet ranks Herzegovina and the Ciro trail among the top 4 world destinations 👉 LINK.

National Geographic published an article about 6 unforgettable tours in Herzegovina 👉 LINK.

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NAŠE REFERENCE: projekti zbog kojih smo ponosni

The tour that opens and closes the season in Herzegovina. Although many might not agree with us, because it is really a bit silly to close or open the season in a region that is suitable for cycling throughout the year. But it's a matter of tradition, and that's another excuse to socialize and ride with the cycling clubs that exist in the territory of Herzegovina.

The tour is circular in shape with the start and finish in Mostar, and it is driven over Raška Gora to Goranici, followed by an asphalted descent to Mostar.

Note: There is no bicycle signaling on the track


Raška Gora is a populated place in the municipality of Mostar, Bosnia and Herzegovina. Raška Gora is located along the Neretva canyon and extends over the area between the Čabulje mountain and the Neretva river. It borders the settlements: Vrdi, Goranci, Bučići and Đubrani, which were once part of Raška Gora themselves. It covers a relatively large area and consists of several hamlets: Domazeti, Sirge, Podivačje, Željetuša, Trolokva, Vukovina, Prikoje, Vituša, Kruševica, Veliki Dolac, Vezovići, Plužni Dolac, Povina and Orašine.

The very fact that there are 8 Catholic and 2 Orthodox cemeteries and 2 churches in Raška Gora speaks of how much area it occupies.


Goranci at 700 meters above sea level, 12 kilometers northwest of Mostar, they form a unique natural oasis that provides peace and satisfaction to all who visit this natural pearl of an untouched and beautiful landscape.

This Goran area, bordered by beautiful fields, woods and clearings on the north and south sides and on the west by Čabulja and its highest peak Velika Vlajna 1780 meters (asl) is made for various types of recreation but also for sports competitions such as bicycle races or equestrian sports . The Goranci today have 12,000 meters of trails for walking, cycling or horse riding, which attracts an increasing number of nature and recreation lovers.

Tour Details

The tour departs from Mostar and is one of the more famous tours for local cyclists, since the first joint rides started on it. The first part of the climb from Raštan to the village of Raška gora is extremely difficult with some 10-14% ascent in a length of 5 km. Then follows the macadam part of the trail, which is mostly undulating with a lot of ups and downs. 

After reaching the first concrete road, there is a descent towards the village of Goranci, from where there is a beautiful view of the Goranačko polje. Driving through Goranci is always beautiful and relaxing, and you can refresh yourself in the local restaurant Konoba Goranci. In fact, this tour got its name precisely because the cyclists from the local club would gladly stop by for lunch and local food, casserole, after the ride.

After Goranci, there is a descent to Mostar on a 10 km long road.

You should plan your trip

Do you want to create a turiatic arrangement on this route? Contact our partners: ERO Travel Tour agency

  • Rent A Bike Mostar (link)
  • Bicycle rental: MTB Bicycles – 15 €; E-Bike – 30 €Complementaries: Helmet, Bike lock, Tire repair kit
  • Contact us+387 63 400 260 (Viber & WhatsApp available)
  • Mail:visit@herzegovinabike.ba
  • DESTINATIONS (What To Visit):
  • Jezerac
  • Park Goranci
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