Hotel Aćimović is located in a quiet location near the river Trebišnjica and 1.7 km from the center of the city of Trebinje, and offers air-conditioned rooms with free wireless internet access. Breakfast is served every morning and is included in the price of the accommodation unit. Opening hours
The Aćimović Wine Cellar is a family owned and operated winery in Trebinje. The winery belongs to a new wave of modern winemaking in Herzegovina in an effort to create the highest quality wine produced only in limited batches.The basic philosophy of “Podrum Aćimović” is reflected in the production of wines that are characterized by elegance and harmony of aroma and taste.
The winery is accompanied by a spacious restaurant ideal for larger groups and organizations. Aćimović also has an Ethno house, which provides an authentic depiction of the traditional lifeways of Trebinje’s people.
The Adria Center Koćuša complex is located in the municipality of Ljubuški, in the town of Veljaci, in the immediate vicinity of the Koćuša waterfall and not far from the Kravice waterfall. It is a newly opened facility since 2020 that offers accommodation rooms with breakfast and a number of other amenities such as a large outdoor pool overflow system and a smaller children’s pool. The units have a terrace, air conditioning, a flat-screen TV and a private bathroom with a shower and a hairdryer. Some rooms include a patio and/or balcony with pool or river views. A buffet breakfast is served as part of the accommodation. Next to the building is a 120-year-old mill, on which the restaurant Konoba Koćuša” has been upgraded, offering you a wide range of Herzegovinian cuisine.
We are pleased to offer you the spectacular pleasure of kayaking and rafting just a few tens of kilometers away from the sea on the Trebižat river, in the immediate vicinity of the town of Čapljina. We are far from major tourist centers:
Tourist agency “Almira-travel” d.o.o. started working in 2003 with the aim of developing tourist and travel services, with an emphasis on the arrival of foreign guests in Bosnia and Herzegovina. It offers accommodation arrangements (private and hotel), professional guidance (groups and individuals for Mostar and its surroundings, group companions), transportation by high-quality buses, car rental services.
The winding road towards the Anđelić family winery on the outskirts of Trebinje is a path well worth taking! Enter the oasis of calm that is the winery’s courtyard and relax while tasting your first sip of one of Anđelić’s excellent wines, including Žilavka and Vranac as well as international varieties such as Chardonnay and Cabernet Sauvignon and a Merlot-based rose.
Find out more by descending seven meters underground into the wine cellar dug into a living rock, thus naturally creating the perfect conditions for preserving wine in the hot climate of Herzegovina. Hear the fascinating history of the Anđelić family, which has been producing wine for well over a century, the tradition now continuing with Milica Anđelić, Bosnia and Herzegovina’s only female winery owner and the country’s first female sommelier, as well as her daughter Milena, Bosnia and Herzegovina’s youngest sommelier!
The experience would not be complete without a taste of the excellent local prosciutto and cheese served at Anđelić.
Experience the best of Herzegovinian hospitality and family traditions at Andrija Winery! The Ćorić family has been engaged in wine production for four generations, with the winery receiving its name from Andrija Ćorić, who significantly advanced and expanded production in the mid-20th century.
The modern Andrija Wine Cellar is a love letter to the stone that dominates the Herzegovinian landscape and the wine it brings forth through its vineyards. Start your visit with a small exhibition dedicated to the family history and continue to the expansive restaurant and tasting room with a gorgeous view over the surrounding vineyards. Taste some of Andrija’s famous wines and brandies with a traditional Herzegovinian plate of home-made bread, cured meats, cheese and olives. The true treasure of the Andrija Winery is the wine cellar, resembling a traditional Herzegovinian stone house and housing a “wine bank”, an archive of the most valuable wines owned by Andrija’s friends and business partners.
The latest addition to the winery is the Andrija Wine & Heritage Hotel, the first of its kind in Bosnia and Herzegovina, offering luxurious rooms overlooking the surrounding vineyards.
Located on the road to Mostar and only 30 kilometers from Trebinje is the Herzegovinian village of Dračeva. The village is ideally situated just a short distance from Zavala Monastery and Vjetrenica Cave and occupies the middle of the Popovo Polje field, a place where vines are said to be treated as a family. It is also the home of the Anđušić family Vineyard and Winery, a family enterprise that boasts a tradition of winemaking that has been passed down from generation to generation and is based upon the foundation on dedication and perseverance. A restaurant and tasting room welcome guests who will, no doubt, be eager to taste the Žilavka and Vranac, produced from grapes cultivated in the surrounding vineyards. Completing the experience of rural Herzegovinian tradition are the cheeses and ham produced on site, providing a delicious accompaniment to the wine, sweeping rural views, and rustic ambience.
Mogorjelo is one of the most important monuments of the Roman era in Bosnia and Herzegovina and belongs to the most beautiful buildings of late antique architecture. Mogorjelo supplied the Roman city of Narona and probably served in the defense of the city and its surrounding, a dense grove of coastal trees (cypress) gives this monument a particularly beautiful frame. The building was excavated between 1889 and 1903, and in the following years it was conserved, being declared as a national monument in 2002.