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Significant landscapes

Kocje
An area not far from the village of Zrnova on the island of Korcula with unique geomorphologic characteristic: boulders, abysses, caves, and canyons, like a labyrinth. Covered with old holm oak woods with a underbrush of coniferous bushes, ferns, moss and lichens.

Dubrovnik River
Flooded river valley, with steep valley cliffs up to 600 metres tall. Numerous old summer residences and parks.

Saplunara
On a diluvial sand base on the island of Mljet, there are well protected macchia thickets and forest vegetation (stone and Aleppo pine woods). This indented coastline is the location of the well known Blace sandy beach.

Badija
The largest island in the archipelago east of Korcula. The main resources on the island are dense macchia thickets, pine woods and the monastery and Church from the 15th century.

Modro Oko and Desna Lakes
This area is one of the representative areas for the specific landscape of the lower course of the Neretva. It is characterized by flooded karsts depressions with an abundance of waters and wetland biotopes.

Konavoski Dvori
The source of the Ljuta River in Konavle: this landscape is a valuable hydrological zone with a series of waterfalls, which represent cultural-historical significance.

Vela Luka - Island Proizd
the beach of the year on the Adriatica coast 2007