Municipality of Vareš
The famous ancient royal residence situated in the very heart of the mountains of Vareš
Traditional Crafts And Handcrafts
Main Tourism Products
The village is 20 km away from Vareš. Over 14 km of this segment are paved, while 5.7 km are made of macadam. From the direction of Kakanj (near section from the direction of Sarajevo or from the highway A-1, the distance is approximately 19 km, and from the village to the highway No. 1 is 17 km), one more route to go to the hamlet by automobile, is at a distance of around 19 km. It is a regional road with a total length of 15 km, and the final 4 km to the settlement are made of macadam.
Contact for all catering facilities in the village Mijakovići-Dragovići-Bobovac: Phone: +387 62 259 188
Summer vacation house on Bobovec
Agricultural and Rural Households
Recreational area Luke with Hunting Lodge
Fishpond / Fish Restaurant “Mrestilište”
traditional Bosnian folk cuisine – month of June
Main Tourism Products (Activities)
Royal City of Bobovac
Tombstones – Stečci
Kraljeva Sutjeska (Sultan Mehmed el-fatih Mosque, Franciscan Monastery (museum) and Dusper’s House)
Church of the Holy Mother of God in the village of G. Borovica
Several unexplored speleological objects – ladder at the foot of the Royal City of Bobovac
River Bukovica (Subterranean River)
Recreational area Luke
- 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.