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Municipality of Nevesinje

A hidden gem of the Eastern Herzegovina region



Cafe/Bar/ Restaurant

Traditional Crafts And Handcrafts


Main Tourism Products

Other Treasures


The Ovciji Brod Bridge

The Ovciji Brod Bridge, which was constructed in the early 18th century and has been designated as a National Monument of Bosnia and Herzegovina, is of notable significance.

The Roman road

The Roman road has a visible length of approximately 500 meters and was constructed during the first century AD, under the reign of Emperor Augustus, followed by Emperors Tiberius and Claudius.

The Illyrian tombs

The Illyrian tombs, commonly referred to as mounds, consist of numerous larger and smaller structures dating back to the younger period of prehistory.

The fortifications

The fortifications consist of the remains of Illyrian buildings and ramparts/walls that are over 2200 years old, making them the oldest known settlements in this area.


There are over 200 medieval tombstones located in 12 different areas.


Drywalls refer to the hand-built stone fences that are a characteristic form of construction for the village. These structures are created by hand-stacking large quantities of large stones without any binding agent.

Stone-built cisterns and spring water catchments

The area features stone-built cisterns and spring water catchments, with some of the catchments dating back to the Austro-Hungarian Monarchy. Notably, the Vrba catchment boasts a cistern and watering trough for livestock, constructed from tombstones.

Čečuga mill complex

Mills are structures constructed along rivers for the purpose of milling grains. The most sizable and aesthetically pleasing structure among them was the mill situated at Čečuga, which, represents a remarkable achievement in the field of rural architecture.

Range of morphological features

The area exhibits a range of morphological features that are characteristic of karst topography, including karst fields, coves, pits, sinkholes, intermittent karst springs, oysters, the canyon-like

Bratački Gradac

Bratački Gradac, Ćeremit location, remains of a larger Roman settlement. In the wider area around the Drenovik spring on both sides of the Zalomka river, there are the remains of this settlement.


Pansion Stadion

Address: Vojvode Rada Radovića 1, Nevesinje,
Phone: +387 59 601 527
Mobile phone: +387 65 628 613
Description: 27 beds in 13 room

Rooms for rent Wedding salon "Stefan"

Address: Kika Stevanovića bb, Nevesinje.
Phone: +387 59 605 000
Mobile phone: +387 65 985 926
Description: It has 18 beds in 8 accommodation units


Only two kilometers from the village are the nearest inns Drenovik and Kifino Selo with a very long tradition. At a distance of 10 kilometers, there is a restaurant and pansion Stadion.

Inn Drenovik

Adres: Kifino Selo, Nevesinje
Phone: +387 65 848 930
Description: owner Čedo Šarenac. The restaurant has been known for decades for its exceptional lamb on a skewer.

Restaurant Stadion

Adress: M6.1, Nevesinje
Phone: +387 59 601 527
Mobile phone: +387 65 628 613
Description: Owner Laketa. The restaurant is famous for its veal and lamb under the sach

Inn Kifino Selo

Adress: Kifino Selo, Nevesinje
Phone: +387 65 652 871
Description: owner Vladislav Zirojević

Restaurant Bukvica

Adress: Žiljevo, Nevesinje
Mobile phone: +387 65 535 268
Description: owner Božo Radan, lamb and traditional dishes, cicvara, fritters

Traditional Crafts
And Handcrafts


Main Tourism

Najpoznatiji proizvodi sela Bratača su sir iz mijeha i Nevesinjski krompir

Cheese from a sack

included in the preliminary list of UNESCO intangible cultural heritage of Bosnia and Herzegovina in 2021

Nevesinjski potatoes

in Bratač, potato production in the past was characteristic of the Trtine locality, where sandy, loose soil prevailed, while today production is extended to the entire Bratački lug

The most important recreational activity in Bratač

Other Treasures

  • The region of Nevesinje, including Bratač, is characterized by an altitude exceeding 900 meters and a mountainous climate featuring brief summers and prolonged winters.
  • As a result of these conditions, the area has developed and maintained a distinctive culinary selection throughout its history. Throughout history, the village has been recognized as a region specializing in cattle ranching.
  • As a result, dairy and meat-based products remain the primary sources of nutrition within the community. The Nevesinje potato is a well-known plant species, and the cultivated grains in the area include wheat, rye, barley, and oats. Nevesinje is renowned for its distinctive products, which are representative of the Bratač region.
  • These products have been included in the Ark of Taste, a global registry of unique products that are at risk of extinction. The Ark of Taste is overseen by Slow Food International, an international organization dedicated to preserving traditional foods and promoting sustainable agriculture. The items on their list comprise of cheese and kaymak sourced from a sack, tallow, butter, dried boneless sheep meat, and sheep breeds such as podrobac and pramenka.
  • The intangible cultural heritage of Bratač village includes significant representations such as Ganga songs, folk toasts, and fiddle songs.


Village Bratac_Nevesinje Field (different angle)
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Village Bratac_Ovčiji brod stone arch bridge


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