Min. stay 3 days
Surrounded by nothing but untouched nature, this spacious holiday apartment offers comfortable accommodation in a small authentic village near Trilj. Whether you're just passing by on your way to somewhere else, you heard of the widely known Trilj fried frog legs and decided it's something you simply must taste or your interests are far more specific – your visit to the sleepy village of Velić will surely exceed your expectations. During your stay you can enjoy kilometers of new hiking and cycling trails, explore scenic landscapes and green woods along the rivers Ruda and Grab discovering picturesque old mills, enjoy long walks through the hills visiting ancient archaeological sites and so much more. No matter how short your stay, warm hospitality of your hosts, delicious local dishes and homemade products that you will have the opportunity to taste and rich archaeological and natural heritage of Trilj area will make your visit a memorable one.
Accommodation is provided in a brand new apartment located on the 1st floor of a family house. The welcoming and bright apartment comprises two triple rooms, large bathroom and spacious living room with fully equipped kitchen and dining table and chairs. The house is set along the main local road and surrounded by unspoiled nature. The owners offer free bikes to use, as well as outdoor barbecue and free parking.
Trilj area boasts some of the best Croatian wines and a rich gastronomic heritage so it would be a pity not to taste some of the indigenous local delicacies which include roasted lamb, veal under the peka bell, homemade prosciutto and fresh trout. If you will have the opportunity, our recommendation is also to try arambašići, which is a dish similar to widely known sarma. Upon request, the owners of the apartment can prepare meals consisting of organic homemade products and local dishes typical for the Dalmatian hinterland. The owners are local producers of homemade honey which can also be bought on the spot.
Today Trilj area is the heart of adventure tourism in Central Dalmatia, attracting an increasing number of tourists and local adrenaline lovers each year. Thanks to the beautiful and diverse nature around, this is the perfect destination for active and adventure holidays. The nearby mighty Dinaric Alps and powerful Cetina river allow plentiful of outdoor activities such as rafting, canoeing, kayaking, canyoning, hiking, cycling, river fishing, horseback riding etc. If you’re more easy-going and you like long relaxing walks in the countryside, you will remain enchanted by dazzling nature around Trilj. Burbling waters and rapids of Grab and Ruda rivers, deep woods hiding picturesque stone bridges and old stone mills (known as Grab mills), emerald green fields, dreamy hills and meadows – the area is bursting with ancient paths and newly marked walking and hiking trails that will keep you entertained exploring the area for days.
The ancient town of Trilj is located under the slopes of Kamešnica Mountain, along the banks of the Cetina River, boasting a rich historical heritage of over twenty centuries. The area around Trilj offers a wealth of local attractions, from Roman ruins and Neolithic caves to scenic fortresses and stone churches, preserved over centuries. Some of the main places of interest nearby are: Tilurium. Important archaeological site at the top of the hill Gardun, revealing the remains of the Roman legionary camp from the first years AC. It guarded upon the entrance to the Cetina valley from the south as well as the approach to Salona, the capital of the Roman province of Dalmatia Čačvina Fortress. It was probably built in the 4th or 5th century on a cliff above one of the main Roman roads leading to the inland of the province of Dalmatia. Set on a strategic location, Čačvina was one of the most important defensive points of Inland Dalmatia throughout history, guarding upon approach from Bosnia during the Otoman wars. Nutjak Fortress, known as „Kuletina“ among the locals. Medieval fortress built at the end of the 15th century by the duke of Poljice, Žarko Dražojević. Set high on a cliff above the right bank of the Cetina river, it also played an important role for the defence of the area from the Ottoman invasion, serving also as a base for incursions deep into the Turkish territory. Prehistoric ruins, such as Stražbenica at Gardun, Križina in Vedrine, Svalina fort in Čaporice and many other similar finds, testifying the importance of this area during the earliest period of human history. Town Museum of Trilj. A must-visit for anyone interested in finding out more about the history of Trilj. The Museum presents numerous artifacts from the nearby archaeological sites as well as a valuable ethnographic collection from Trilj area.
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Approximate driving distance to other Central Dalmatia towns: Trilj - Sinj = 15 min; Trilj - Split = 40 min; Trilj – Split Airport = 50 min; Trilj - Omiš = 45 min; Trilj - Makarska = 50 min; Trilj - Trogir = 60 min.