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Secrets Of Dalmatian Hinterland Tour

Secrets Of Dalmatian Hinterland Tour Packages
Country: Croatia
City: Imotski
Duration: 5 Hour(s) - 0 Minute(s)
Tour Category: Half Day Tour

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Imotska krajina is a historical name for an area situated in the hinterland of the Biokovo massif.

Not far from Imotsko polje, on the slope of the Podi hill is situated Imotski. It developed from the medieval fortress which was the center of the Croatian municipality and whose existence in the 10th-century was recorded by the Byzantine Emperor Constantine Porphyrogennetos.

The lakes of Imotski are two karst lakes situated in the immediate vicinity of the town center. The Blue Lake is a sinkhole, about 150 m deep in its southern part and about 290 m deep in its northern part Red Lake named after its formidable red-colored cliffs, is situated about 1,5 km west of the town center.

We will start our exploration in Omiš and visit these phenomena of nature.

After we visit the magnificent lakes will take you to traditional stone wine celery for a wine tasting and delicacies.


Pick up at port Omiš

Pleasant drive through inland

Visiting Blue & Red lake

Wine tasting in traditional wine celery

Return to port

Price Includes:

Transfer, guide, a ticket to the lake, wine tasting & delicacies

Minimum: 6 pax


Imotski region is a historical name for the area located in the hinterland of the Biokovo massif. In the past, the Imotski region included the peripheral part of BiH, and the existing demarcation was created by the Peace of Požarevac, which ended the conflicts between the Venetian Republic and the Ottoman Empire in the Second Sea War of 1714-1718.

The fertile Imotski field plays a key role in the life of this area. Between its almost flat surface and the mountain massif of Biokovo (1762 m), there is a vast karst area where rows of hills and coves alternate. The field and karst area in its immediate vicinity is rich in water. The Vrljika River flows along the entire field, and in its northwestern part, in the cold part of the year, a floodplain is created - Prološko blato. Thanks to them, the field has excellent conditions for agriculture. In the karst area north of the field there are a number of karst lakes for which the Imotski region is widely known.

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