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Cycling: onlyCROATIA support
Start point: Mostar
Included in price:
- Road book: Mostar, Blagaj and Pocitelj (Ottoman villages), Wine route, Mogorjelo (Roman Villa Rustica)
- 17:30 Transfer: back to start point (Mostar, 30 km)
- Specialized guide: 120 €
- Lunch and tasting: Speciality of Herzegovina, 20 €
- Transfer to start point from:
Sarajevo, Dubrovnik, Split, Makarska
Bicycle rental available:
-Classic: 20 €
-Electric: 40 €
|Start point: City of Mostar|
|Cycling: Mostar - Blagaj, historical tekke near source|
|On request: Lunch and tasting speciality of Herzegovina, near the spring of Buna|
|Cycling: alongside Buna and Neretva river - Pocitelj|
|Sightseeing Počitelj (Ottoman village)|
|Cycling: Pocitelj - Mogorjelo, Capljina|
|Sightseeing Mogorjelo (Roman Villa Rustica)|
|End of tour: Hotel Mogorjelo, Capljina|
|Transfer: back to Mostar|
|On request, vice versa trail: Capljina - Mostar|
The Historic Railroad Trail with steam locomotives passes from Mostar alongside Neretva river all the way across the border with Croatia, ending in Dubrovnik.
The construction of this trail started in 1898 and ended in 1901.
Today this trail is reconstructed into a cycling track.
The excursion starts in Mostar, city in southern Bosnia and Herzegovina, straddling the Neretva River.
Mostar is famous for the historic monument under UNESCO Stari Most (Old Bridge).
Blagaj is the next stop.
This beautiful village-town is situated 12 km from Mostar at the spring of Buna river and a historic tekke (tekija of Derviš monastery).
A short tour around the tekke is followed by lunch in one of the restaurants near by continuing our trip after a short break and going to Počitelj.
After a brief visit to the Old town of Počitelj and it's historic monuments, the trip continues in the direction of Mogorjelo.
Mogorjelo is a Roman villa rustica that dates from the early 4th century. It is situated on a hill off the Neretva branch, 5 km south of Čapljina, alongside the road to Gabela.
Lastly after the visit to this unique archaeological monument
we are ending our tour in Čapljina, the town and municipality in Bosnia and Herzegovina located about 20 km away from Adriatic Sea.