We offer you beautiful furnished and fully equipped apartment with kitchen, bathroom & WC.
Apartment for 1 – 8 persons.
Each room have air conditioning
*Listed on the National Register of Historic Places
*Restored / Remodeled in 2008
*Architectural style is Bosnian House
*Opened for business in 2008
Property Noted For:
* Family Travel
* Business travel
* Christian Travel
* Romantic escape
* Historic Inn
* Homestay Bed and Breakfast
* Private Home Bed and Breakfast
The guests impressions :
Going or coming to Bosnia from the Adriatic coast? Stop at the quaint village of Pocitelj with its old ottoman architecture and artist colony. Check out Tetka (Aunti) Ziza’s bed and breakfast next to the Neretva river. A great place tucked away among fragrant orange and lemon trees.
From the book : Bosnia and Herzegovina (Bradt Travel Guide Bosnia & Herzegovina) Tim Clancy
About Počitelj-UNESCO heritage :
A great D-tour on your way to the coast or to Hutovo blato, this quaint oriental-style town is located about half an hour’s drive from Mostar, less than 30km south on the M-17 road towards the Adriatic.
This unique settlement, listed as a UNESCO heritage site and recent reconstruction has returned the town to its original form. Besides its stunning oriental architecture and Ottoman feel, Pocitelj hosts the longest operating art colony in southeast Europe.
Artists from around the world gather here to paint, among other things but importantly, the shiny red pomegranates and figs that grow in abundance on the hills of Pocitelj.
The Hadzi-Alija Mosque has been reconstructed as well as the Sisman-Ibrahimpasina medresa and the Gavran Kapetanovic house, all of which are open to visitors. The most striking object in Pocitelj is the Sahat-kula, a silo-shaped fort that towers from the top of the hill above the town. It housed watchmen and military to guard against possible invasion from the Neretva Valley.