Imotski Travel Guide

  • Small part of the Imotski Valley
    Small part of the Imotski Valley
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  • Football in the lake
    Football in the lake
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  • Prološko Blato i Galipovac
    Prološko Blato i Galipovac
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Imotski Things to Do

  • Red Lake

    The red lake can only be seen from the small viewing platform next to the road. Numerous divers have tried to find the bottom of the red lake, until now the have only succeeded to determine that the red lake continues into a cave 280 meter below the surface. A funny think about the red lake is that is almost impossible to throw a stone into the...

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  • Topana - Imotski Fortress

    Topana is more than a millenium old fortress.Built on the eastern cliffs of Modro Jezero it was unconquerable before the advent of modern warfare.It is open all year long and offers beautiful views from its walls.

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  • Imotski county

    Imotski county has been blessed with spectacular nature, long history, and resilient people. The Adriatic sea is just 6 miles away from Imotski by air located behind, or for the rest of the world in front of Biokovo mountain which is always in the view. In the middle of the Vrljika river flows through Imotski valley. Several of the villages are...

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Imotski Restaurants

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    By the river Vrljika

    by Iksi Written Mar 6, 2008

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    3 km from Imotski in the Imotski Valley in Glavina Donja is this restorant.Nice surrounding with lots of green and the river Vrljika.

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Imotski Transportation

  • To Imotski by plane

    The closest airports to Imotski are Mostar (Bosnia&Hercegovina) airport 80km and Split (Croatia) airport 90km.Go from the airport to the city and there you find connection to Imotski by bus.

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  • To Imotski by car

    If you go to Medjugorje (Herzegovina) by car from Split then Imotski will be on your way so stop for one day and enjoy the nature.If you go to Imotski from Split the best way is to use the A1 highway direction Dubrovnik.Exit the Highway at Sestanovac and then go to Cista Provo, where you turn right on the crossroads and then follow that road till...

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  • To Imotski by bus

    You can access Imotski from Zagreb (capital),Split or some other bigger city in Croatia by local bus lines that drive towards Imotski every day.The easiest way is to come to Split first and then you have 10 times a day bus to Imotski.Half way is a highway A1 and the other half is normal road in good condition.Local transportation company is called...

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Imotski Shopping

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    Green Market

    by Iksi Updated Mar 6, 2008

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    Imotski Market is a place where you can find all kind of products, most of them are made or fabricated by local people.Imotski is well know in Dalmatia and Hercegovina for its market every Wednesday.

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Imotski Local Customs

  • Calvary of Jesus Christ

    Every year on Palm Sunday (Sunday before Easter) Imotski becomes for that day Jerusalem in the time of Jesus. The Calvary is played by local people (amateur actors) and one professional actor that plays Jesus.Everything starts in the garden near the Franciscan church and then it goes trough the town and several locations until they come to the...

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  • game Šijavica

    Šijavica is a game that is played by adult man in Imotski region, Hercegovina and other rural parts of Dalmatia.It may look for you as uncontrolled hitting on the table with hands but everything has sense.The game is played this way: two players show number of fingers with their right hand and jell a number. If the addition of fingers shown by both...

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  • Ganga singing

    Ganga is a type of singing from rural Croatia,Imotski county and Herzegovina. It is characterized by a lone singer singing one line of lyrics and then others joining in for what can be best described as a wail. It is a very passionate form of singing, which is one of the reasons it has been limited in popularity to small towns.Although both men and...

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Imotski Sports & Outdoors

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    Gospin dolac

    by Iksi Written Mar 6, 2008

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    Gospin dolac , home of NK Imotski which is competing in Croatian second division.Greatest player that came from this area is Zvonimir Boban who spend his youth in Imotski and later moved to Dinamo Zagreb and AC Milan.

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