Oko Treskavice household is located in Budovići village just at the foothills of Treskavica Mountain. Besides accommodation (max capacity of 10 beds including 2 apartments), this household offers great gastro specialties like brown trout and different pies baked in a sač oven, cream cheese, homemade honey, different organic herbal teas and juices.
Im kleinen, abgelgenen Dorf Ljuta fühlt man sich wie im Bilderbuch: Die Einheimischen bieten frisch gefangene Forellen aus dem Bach, von der Wabe gekratzer Bienenhonig und frisch geerntetet Kartoffeln, Karotten, Bohnen und Tomaten aus dem Gemüsegarten an. Das kleine Bergdorf, das gerade eine Hand voll Einwohner hat, liegt idyllisch umgeben von Bergen im Herzen von Bosnien und Herzegowina südöstlich der Stadt Konjic.
Visočica is a mountain range in central Bosnia and Herzegovina. Geologically, Visočica is part of the Dinaric Alps and formed largely of secondary and tertiary sedimentary rock, mostly limestone and dolomite. Due to subterranean non-porous geological layers, the typical karst characteristics of the nearby Herzegovina mountains are relatively absent in Visočica, resulting in adequate water sources, even at heights of around 1500–1700 m. Springtime lakes, though, tend to dry out quickly towards the summer. Some smaller streams originate from these mountains as tributaries to bordering rivers: the Ljuta in the east, the Rakitnica on its northern and western slopes and the Neretva towards the south. Notable peaks are Džamija (1974 m.), Vito (1960 m.), Veliki Ljeljen (1963 m.), Crveni Kuk (1733 m.) and Veliki Toholj (1837 m.).
<p>The lodge is located just beneath Visocica mountain. It is 51 km from Sarajevo, located at 1210 meters above sea level between the village Pervizi and Sinanovići, right next to the new road. The lodge is managed and maintained by Mountain Club "Treskavica".</p>
<p>Mountain Lodge "Vrela" has a well-equipped kitchen, large meeting room (about 50 seats), small guest room (about 20 seats), 5 toilets and showers, central heating, solid fuel, electricity, water and a telephone.</p>
The village is located on Mt. Bjelašnica, in a landscape of outstanding beauty with a high degree of biodiversity of both flora and fauna. To the right of the road, about 1.5 km before entering the village, is a slope known as Dolovi on which there are 47 stećak tombstones (six slabs, 32 chests, five tall chests and four gabled). Decorations can be found on 13 tombstones - four slabs, three tall chests, four chests and two gabled). The decorative motifs represented in this necropolis are cable twist, lines in relief and reverse relief, a vine with a trefoil, a vine with spirals, a stylized cross, a Latin cross, a shield, a sword, a circle, and a round-dance scene - the dance of death with eight human figures. Most of the tombstones lie north-south with minor deviations, but 13 lie west-east.
<p>Source: Unesco World Heritage List</p>
Pretpostavlja se da je krajem XVI ili početkom XVII vijeka, na ovom istom mjestu, podignuta džamija-brvnara, koja je u tom obliku postojala sve do 1882.godine, kada je srušena, a na njenom mjestu sagrađena je džamija od kamena koja od tada nije mijenjala svoj izgled sve do današnjih dana. Postoje neki izvori u kojima se navodi da u ovoj džamiji tokom Drugog svjetskog rata, čuvana i sarajevska Hagada.
Das kleine Dorf Umoljani liegt rund 40 km südwestlich der Landeshauptstadt Sarajewo. Bis auf die Moschee wurde während des Krieges in den 90er Jahren fast das ganze Dorf zerstört, doch mittlerweile sind die Häuser wieder aufgebaut. Eine Besonderheit sind die mittelalterlichen Grabsteine, die rund um Umoljani zu finden sind. Kleiner Tipp: In einer kleinen Hütte zwischen Umoljani und Gradina serviert Emin, ein Bewohner des Dorfes, typische Speisen.
Our rooms are basic and clean. The lack of luxury is more than made up for by the genuine village experience, fresh air, warm hospitality and a great night’s sleep. Facilities include a shared bathroom, terrace and sitting room. We have car parking and can also, by request, arrange your transport to and from Sarajevo.
The owners wanted to make an environmentally friendly house so they built it using natural materials like wood and stone. Respecting the old-fashioned architecture, and in order to fit in with the authentic ambience of the Bjelasnica Mountain, they followed the traditional way of building houses.
This guesthouse is located in a nice and quiet area, where remarkably peaceful surroundings provide a comfortable climate for your holidays. The building has a capacity of 30 beds, a restaurant of 80 seats, and car access & parking is provided.