The main landmark along the seafront of Ploce town is the new church built in the 1990s. On the square in front of the church you also find a statue of a Croatian cleric.
Before you reach the church there is a big Konzum supermarket where you can stock up on drinks and snacks for your onward journey.
At Ploce train station you will find an old steam locomotive as a monument to long past times. The loc could do with a new layer of paint.
Apart from the passenger trains there are various freight trains coming to Ploce from BIH as Ploce is an important port for Bosnia.
Although the Lakes are the Bacine population's pride, they love to show their historical monuments as well. It is thought that the three types of walls that surround the lakes derive from three different periods. The first date from Illyrian period, the second from the Roman, and the third from the period of the Moluski Croats. Although it is questionable where the Moluski Croats originate from, since they have been living in Italy (Molise) for centuries, the Bacine people are convinced that they are their ancestors.
Ploce was quiet tropical, especially by its 'harbour', you got a boulevarde filled with big pal trees, it was beautiful. I especially loved the towns architecture especially the churches and homes.