Vrgorac, Dalmatinska Zagora region

At the foot of the Matokit mountain is Vrgorac, a small historical town that is surrounded by beautiful nature, cultivated fields, mountain tops and crests. Vrgorac is particularly proud of its towers, which are keepers of its numerous stories and legends about Ottoman beys, Venetian landlords, friars and travel writers, who found a safe shelter in them. Kapetanović Tower is the largest of the seven towers of Vrgorac and was once part of the medieval town walls, worth visiting are also Mumin, Cukarinović, Raos and Paker towers. Very interesting is also Fort Gradina above the town, which throughout history has played an important role in its defense.

Vrgorac is well connected to many tourist destinations in its vicinity, like the Baćina lakes, the mouth of the Neretva river, Metković and Roman Narona, Kravica waterfall, Imotski with its Blue Lake and Red Lake, Biokovo Nature Park with the inevitable attraction Skywalk Biokovo, and finally Makarska and the golden beaches of the Adriatic coast.

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