Neum, Bosnia and Herzegovina
Neum is a resort town on the Adriatic Sea coast in Bosnia and Herzegovina – the only seaside resort in the country. With its long warm summers and short mild winters, it is considered to be one of the coastal towns with the greatest number of sunny days in the year. Neum is very convenient for tourists, because of its proximity to major tourism destinations in Croatia.
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Blagaj - Known for ancient settlement, castle, cave, islam monastery.
Bobovac - Known for fortress, medieval old town, viewpoint.
Doboj - Known for fortress, historical center, museum.
Dobrićevo (Dobricevo) - Known for orthodox monastery.
Gradačac (Gradacac) - Known for architecture, castle, museum.
Jablanica - Known for lake, landmark, monument, river.
Jajce - Known for fortress, medieval old town, waterfall.
Ključ (Kljuc) - Known for fortress, medieval old town, park.
Konjic - Known for bridge, river.
Kravica - Known for park, waterfall.
Lukomir - Known for ethno, viewpoint.
Maglaj - Known for fortress, historical center, islam mosque.
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Ostrovica - Known for castle.
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Srebrenik - Known for castle, fortress.
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Trebinje - Known for architecture, medieval old town, orthodox cathedral.
Tvrdoš (Tvrdos) - Known for orthodox monastery.
Velika Kladuša (Velika Kladusa) - Known for fortress.
Vjetrenica - Known for cave. UNESCO tentative list.
Vranduk - Known for fortress, historical center.
Zavala - Known for orthodox monastery.
Last updated on: 30 March 2020
Neum is a town and municipality located in Herzegovina-Neretva region of the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina (one of the two political entities that compose Bosnia and Herzegovina). It is the only town to be situated along Bosnia and Herzegovina's 20 km of coastline, making it the country's only access to the Adriatic Sea, on the rugged coastal area along the main road between Dubrovnik and Makarska. The Neum corridor gives Bosnia and Herzegovina a shorter coastline than any other nation on earth aside from Monaco. Neum is about 60 kilometers from Dubrovnik, 80 km from Mostar and 65 from Međugorje. Neum has two border crossing checkpoints with Croatia on the Adriatic Highway which connects the two parts of Croatia's Dalmatian coast. The Mediterranean climate with plenty of sunny days during the year makes it an attractive tourist destination throughout the year. The Herzegovinian cuisine and different seafood specialties make up only a small portion of the rich gastronomic offer found here. Neum has steep hills, sandy beaches, and several large tourist hotels. Prices tend to be lower than in neighboring Croatia, making it popular with shoppers and with travelers who seek good value for their money. Popular activities include swimming and sun bathing, beach-going, boating, and various other water-sports. The hinterland of Neum has a rich archaeological history and untouched wilderness, with plenty of olive plantations and vineyards, is an ideal place for those who enjoy agrotourism. The richness and diversity of the cultural and historical heritage of Neum and the idyllic hinterland is evidenced by many visible archaeological sites from various historical periods.
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