Imotski

Imotski

Hidden deep in the Dalmatian background, behind the Biokovo Mountain, at the tri-boundary of Bosnia and Herzegovina with Dalmatia, this city is characterised by brick architecture and a Mediterranean climate and is only 50 km away from the sea.
The Imotski lakes are a natural attraction - Crveno jezero (the Red Lake), is the deepest Karst lake in Europe, and Modro jezero (the Blue Lake), a favourite bathing spot for the Imotski people, owes its name to its unique blue colour. The city is dominated by a castle from Ottoman times called Topana. Beside the natural beauties and diversities, Imotski offers good quality hotel accommodation, an excellent gastronomic offer and famous wine varieties.

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Dalmatia - Split
Imotski