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Mostarsko Blato: Circle by the Listica river

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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

Mostar mud is a karst field with a total area of 3,800 hectares, of which 1,500 hectares are flooded every year due to heavy autumn and winter rains. The water level sometimes reaches up to 10 meters.

It is located southwest of Mostar on the way to Široki Brijeg, at 200-300 meters above sea level. Half of the field is located in West Herzegovina County, which belongs to the municipality of Široki Brijeg, while the rest of the Mostar mud is located in Herzegovina-Neretva County, which belongs to the municipality of Mostar.

The sinkhole river Lištica flows through the mud of Mostar, which spills over at the entrance to the field and deposits the material brought. This alluvium is inclined towards the southeast and is suitable for viticulture. In the past, tobacco, corn and wheat were grown here, but now it is pastures and meadows.

Tour Details

A favorite tour of many local cyclists, as it offers a variety of terrain in terms of climbs and flat sections. At the very departure from the city of Mostar, an ascent of about 8 km awaits you, followed by a descent towards the village of Miljkovići and a drive through local villages, on a flat track. At the 18th kilometer, i.e. in the village of Knešpolje, turn left towards Uzarići. There you get off on a less busy road, where you drive through local villages with very little traffic. The road offers early terrain with constant short climbs and flat sections, which local cyclists find extremely suitable for training. 

At the 35th kilometer you come to the intersection again, where you turn left towards Mostar, and leave the road to Čitluk and Međugorje on the right. From here it is the last 13km to the city of Mostar, of which the last kilometers are a descent down the Kobilovača hill.

You should plan your trip

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

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