Fishing is also allowed on Neretva river, from the beginning of April till the end of October. Neretva is rich with fishes, especially by softlips trout. Shores are rich with beaches and one of the popular ones is located at the Village of Dzajici.
Neretva got it’s name from the old Romans that called her Nera-Etva, a divine river, that it is. Meny of them lived on it’s shores, and later the life continued on the same places, which is confirmed by large number of Medieval tombstones that are characteristic of this region, and are known by their local name, stećci. Many of those can be found at the Dzajici Village, Greek glavica – Biskup nearby Glavaticevo, in Doljani Village and many others, just by the river. Many endemic species had found their place underneath the sun right here, 47 of them to be exact, from which Konjički vrčak (Acinos orontius) had attracted many explorers to this region, just like Prenjska oštrica (Oxytropis prenja), Hercegovačka lazarkinja (Asperula hercegovina) and Hercegovački zvončić (Campanula hercegovina) did, and they can be found only in the Neretva and Rakitnica river canyon and Prenj and Čvrsnica mountain, and nowhere else in the world.
To visit Bosnia and Herzegovina and not to get to meet with Neretva river closely is almost intolerable. Allow yourself to be seduced by this river and let her show you it’s magic, you won’t regret it.