Neum, the Bosnian gateway to the Adriatic sees. Bosnia has only some 30 kilometers of Jadransko more (Adriatic see). That’s way Neum is a well-known tourist center of southern Dalmatia. It has the largest number of sunny days per year (second only to the island of Hvar in Croatia).

Neum is situated (180 km south from Sarajevo) in the coves of Mali Ston Channel and Neum Channel. Because of its centrality it is within an hour or two driving from some other pearls of the Croatian part of Mediterranean coast like: Dubrovnik (65km southeast), Split (120km north) and islands of Korcula and Peljesac (about an hour with the ferry). From Neum one can be in Medjugorje (60km) and in Mostar (70km) within a split of second.

Neum Riviera is full of Mediterranean atmosphere; summers are hot without rainy days and winters are sunny, warm and mild. Such climate brings real Mediterranean pleasure with abundance of fruits of the sea that give a special hallmark to this region.