Imotski is an old town, located in the south of the Republic of Croatia, at the intersection of Dalmatian Zagore and Bosnia and Herzegovina. It is mentioned for the first time in 950 in the De administra Imperial Byzantine Emperor and Constantine Porphyrogenet historian.

You are in the south of Croatia, a short distance from Split, in the empire of water, fields and stones. Welcome to the city of Sinj and the Cetina krajina, which engages you with its rich culture and centuries-old tradition.
Sinj belongs administratively to the Split-Dalmatia County.

Omis is a small medieval town and harbor located between Split and Makarska, situated at the mouth of the river Cetina. Throughout the history of Omis, there was an insolent pirate nest, and Omis pirates among the most dangerous in the whole Mediterranean. The evidence of the dense and proud history of Omis is visible on every step of the Omis Riviera. The precious city of Omis, the church of the town of Omis and the surrounding fortresses are silent stone reminders of the power and power of once famous Omiš pirates. Omiš is the center of the tourist riviera of exceptional beauty located in the very heart of the Adriatic and the center of Croatian active tourism.

Throughout the 17th century, it has been a story about Split since the Roman Emperor Diocletian decided to build a palace on the peninsula near the great Roman city of Salona, where he would spend the last year of his life in peace.

Brela is a small tourist place on the Makarska Riviera. Brela offers a wealth of crystal clear sea, 6 km of natural pebble beaches, the smell and beauty of dense pine forest, which is largely a protected monument of cultural heritage, numerous walking trails intertwined by the promenade along the sea, over old huts pride the old Dalmatian architecture, all to the very top of the mountain Biokovo.

Makarska is situated in a naturally protected harbor, enclosed by the south-eastern tip of Osejava and northwest of the peninsula of Sv. Peter.
The city spreads amphitheatres to the slopes of Mount Biokovo (1762 m), which protects against continental climate and has a lush Mediterranean vegetation, mild winter, long and warm summers with a refreshing maestral.

Medjugorje is one of the most famous Catholic sanctuaries in the world, located near Čitluk, in the southern part of Bosnia and Herzegovina. It has about 4300 inhabitants and has become famous through the apparitions of the Virgin Mary, which began to appear in 1981 as a phenomenon.

Dubrovnik is a city open hearted, with a simple and friendly greeting welcomes visitors from any part of the world. It is an ancient city with narrow streets and high walls, but also with an open horizon, broad like the horizon of the open sea – as the horizon of the open sea – a sea that has enabled Dubrovnik to connect with the whole world through history.

Skiers can enjoy on a daily basis from 9 am to 4 pm to enjoy over 13 kilometers of well-prepared ski slopes with 5 ski lifts. What is important to note is that all the tracks are interconnected and located tens of meters from the hotel’s central complex.