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The surface of Peljesac is 348 km2.
It is the sixth largest Adriatic island. The island is connected by ferries to Orebic on Peljesac peninsula, Ulabama on the island of Lastovo and in the summer with Drvenik near Makarska. Ferries keep in touch with other cities, such as Dubrovnik, Split and Rijeka, and in the summer with Italy, too.
Baćinska jezera (lakes)
The lakes are relatively small (138 hectares). They are irregular in shape, which is particularly reflected on the relief of the bottom. It consists of six connected and one separate lake.
In 1979 the city of Dubrovnik was added to the UNESCO World Heritage list. The prosperity of the city of Dubrovnik has always been based on maritime trade.
A destination you must visit if you are staying in Croatia.
The name was given by the bridge guards (the mostar) on the banks of the Neretva River. In the town of Mostar there is the Old Bridge, which together with the old town since 2005 is on the list of protected cultural heritage of UNESCO
A place for gathering pilgrims from all over the world who find faith and peace in this Herzegovinian place. The center of the gathering is St. Jakovo’s Church in the center of the town.