Private Tour to Mostar, Stolac, Pocitelj & Blagaj


8 - 10 hours

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Mostar is the largest city in the Herzegovina area. One of the main attractions in Mostar is its historic old town, which is well-known for its famous bridge. In our tour to Mostar, you will be able to enjoy a comfortable drive with a few stops on the way: Stolac, Počitelj, and Blagaj Tekke. The tour will start early in the morning, between 7AM and 9AM, from the Dubrovnik area. The first stop will be Stolac, where you can explore the old town. After that, you will visit the fortified town of Počitelj. The next destination will be Mostar, where you will spend some time exploring the old town and famous bridge. You will also have time to enjoy lunch at one of the local restaurants. The last stop of the tour will be Blagaj Tekke, a beautiful monastery located under a cliff. Finally, the tour will end drive back to Dubrovnik. It is important to note that this itinerary is flexible and can be adjusted according to your preferences and consultation with the driver.


  • Air-conditioned vehicle
  • Coffee and/or Tea
  • Private transportation
  • Entry tickets to Blagaj Tekke

Tour Plan

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  1. Stolac

    Stolac is a small town located in the southern part of Bosnia and Herzegovina, known for its rich history, natural beauty, and cultural heritage. Stolac’s Old Town is a well-preserved medieval settlement with narrow streets, traditional stone houses, and old fortifications. The Radimlja Necropolis is an ancient cemetery located near Stolac. The cemetery contains more than 130 tombstones, known as stećci, which date back to the 14th and 15th centuries. Stolac is located in a beautiful natural setting, surrounded by mountains and dotted with clear rivers and lakes. The town is also close to the famous Vjetrenica Cave. Stolac was part of the Ottoman Empire for more than 400 years, and many of the town’s buildings and landmarks reflect this period of history. The Ottoman-era Caršija Mosque is one of the most impressive examples of this architectural style in the region. Overall, Stolac is a fascinating town with a rich history and plenty of natural beauty to explore.

    45 minutes • Admission Ticket Free 
  2. Old Bridge

    Area of the Old City of Mostar Mostar is a city located in southern Bosnia and Herzegovina, known for its rich history and beautiful architecture. The most iconic landmark in Mostar is the Stari Most, or “Old Bridge,” which spans the Neretva River in the heart of the city. The Stari Most was originally built in the 16th century during the Ottoman Empire, and it is considered to be one of the finest examples of Islamic architecture in the Balkans. The bridge was designed by the Ottoman architect Mimar Hayruddin, and it quickly became a symbol of the city’s cultural and architectural heritage. During the Bosnian War in the 1990s, the Stari Most was destroyed by Croatian forces, causing widespread shock and devastation. However, in 2004, the bridge was rebuilt using traditional techniques and materials, and it was officially reopened to the public. Overall, Mostar and the Stari Most are a testament to the resilience and cultural richness of the people of Bosnia and Herzegovina

    2 hours • Admission Ticket Free
  3. The historic urban site of Pocitelj

    Počitelj is a historic village located in the southern part of Bosnia and Herzegovina, nestled in the hills above the Neretva River. The village is known for its well-preserved medieval architecture and rich cultural heritage, and it has been designated as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The village of Počitelj is dominated by a stunning fortress that dates back to the 14th century. The fortress is perched on a hill overlooking the village and provides spectacular views of the surrounding countryside. Visitors can climb to the top of the fortress and explore its many towers, ramparts, and courtyards. In addition to the fortress, Počitelj is also home to a number of other historic landmarks, including the Hajji Alija Mosque, which dates back to the 16th century, and the Gavrakanpetanovića House, which is a well-preserved example of traditional Bosnian architecture. Počitelj is a fascinating destination for anyone interested in history, culture, and architecture.

    1 hour • Admission Ticket Free
  4. Blagaj tekija

    The Tekija Blagaj is a historic dervish monastery located at the source of the Buna River near the town of Blagaj, Bosnia and Herzegovina. The monastery was built in the 16th century, and it is considered to be one of the most beautiful and significant examples of Islamic architecture in the country. One of the most impressive features of the Tekija Blagaj is its stunning location. The monastery is situated at the source of the Buna River, which is one of the largest and most powerful springs in Europe. The water gushes out of a natural cave and forms a clear blue pool that is surrounded by lush greenery and steep cliffs. Visitors to the Tekija Blagaj can explore the monastery’s many rooms and courtyards, and they can also take a boat ride on the Buna River or enjoy a traditional Bosnian meal at one of the nearby restaurants. The Tekija Blagaj is a popular destination for tourists and locals, and one of the most beautiful and tranquil spots in all of Bosnia and Herzegovina.

    50 minutes • Admission Ticket Included
  5. Peljesac Bridge (Pass By)

    Pelješac Bridge, span the Adriatic Sea, connecting the Pelješac Peninsula in Croatia with the mainland. The bridge was the largest and most expensive infrastructure project ever undertaken in Croatia, with an estimated cost of over €400 million. The bridge is over 2.4 kilometers long, with a main span of 385 meters, making it one of the longest cable-stayed bridges in the world.

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