Visočica was probably named for its many high peaks. Visočica is a plateau that slopes from its northern peaks of around 1400 meters ASL to South – village Bjelimići, and then quite steeply up to Neretva valley. The slopes of Visočica in North and West head to the Rakitnica river. Center of the mountain is divided by Ljeljen ridge, where the highest peaks are Džamija (1967 MASL), Veliki (Great) Ljeljen (1963 MASL) and Mali (Small) Ljeljen (1860 MASL).
<p>Northern part, 1300-1400 MASL, is rich with pastures, and southern part is covered with forests. Visočica area is quite poor with water. Springs are found mostly amongs sheperds yards, which are almost completely gone by now. Below the northern slopes of the mountain are villages Bobovica, Ozimine, Đulbašići, Pervizi i Sinanovići. Below southern slopes, there are more villages - Luka, Ježeprasina, Bjelimići, Gradeljina, Svijenča, Argud and in SW Dužani, Blaca, Dudle, Grušća and Prebilje.</p>
<p>Natural amphitheater is created by the surrounding peaks Vito ( 1960 MASL ), Subar ( 1820 MASL ), Veliko brdo ( 1884 MASL ) and Drstva ( 1808 MASL ) amongst which is Veliko jezero – Great Lake ( 1660 MASL ). In the southern part of mountain, below Ljeljen ridge, NE of Veliki Ljeljen peak is Veliko jezero (Great Lake) or Kolečića bara (Kolečića pond) – on 1670 MASL. Those springtime lakes, though, tend to dry out quickly in the summer.</p>