The Adriatic Coast

Discussion in 'Bosnia & Herzegovina' started by mitraveler, Aug 28, 2012.

  1. mitraveler

    mitraveler New Member

    The Adriatic coastline stretches from Dubrovnik to Split, a scenic ribbon of beaches and cool cities. On the Peljesac Peninsula, Neum draws the attention of beach combers, jet skiiers, para-sailers, and boaters. It's easy to find Bosnia hotels within minutes of the shore.
     
  2. caliingall

    caliingall New Member

    must sees on Adriatic Coast

    if you're visiting the Adriatic coast some places you can't miss visiting are:

    - Dubrovnik and Hvar (in Croatia)
    - Plitvice National Park (has beautiful lakes) and Lake Bled (Slovenia)
    - Mostar and Sarajevo (bosnia)
    - Bay of Kotor and Budva (Montenegro)
     
  3. everyday34

    everyday34 New Member

    Bosnia and the Adriatic Coast

    Croatia and Italy aren't the only countries bordering the stunning Adriatic coast. Most people forget about Albania and Bosnia. Believe it or not, Bosnia does border the Adriatic Sea, though their stretch of coast is very very small...Neum is Bosnia's main beach resort.
     

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