The Trebižat River, an unhindered waterway that meanders from the far corner of western Herzegovina to its mouth at Čapljina, is a major tributary to the Neretva River. It is also the historical lifeline of Western Herzegovina which is home to some of the oldest recorded settlements in the country.
The entire length of the Trebizat River, highlighted by the Kravice Waterfall near Ljubuski, is now a cultural and natural heritage trail. The Trebižat, a calm and crystal clear river, besides being the lifeline of the many settlements built along its banks, can be navigated by canoe from just below the Kravice Waterfalls north of Čapljina. This less-known region hides more than a handful of surprises for those willing to explore West Herzegovina’s outback.
BEFORE YOU GO:
- Suitable for MTB and Road bikes
- Trail length: 53km
- Altitude: 622m
- Difficulty: Medium