Ljubuski is a small town located 12 km east of Medjugorje, known for its beautiful waterfalls – Kravica and Koćuša.
The town was mentioned for the first time in the 15th ct, but archaeological findings suggest that the town was inhabited since the Roman times.
Museum of the Franciscan monastery in Humac
You can visit the oldest monastery in Bosnia and Herzegovina, located in Humac. The museum is situated in the Franciscan Monastery of St. Anthony of Padua and it was founded in 1884. You can see various exhibits from the Paleolithic to the present day. Humac tablet, the oldest preserved monument written in Croatian language from 1185, (a mixture of the Glagolythic alphabet and old Bosnian Cyrilic script).
Opening hours: Mon – Fri, 8 a.m. 12 p.m.
Kravica and Kocusa
Kravica waterfall (literally translated as “the little cow”) is a large tufa cascade on the Trebižat River. It is about 25 m high and the radius of the lake in the base is 120 m. There is a café and a restaurant in the base, and you can swim here during summer.
Kravica’s smaller sibling is also located on the Trebižat River, near Vitina. It is smaller than Kravica and fewer tourists visit it, but it is equally charming and its café is a very refreshing place to cool off during hot days.
The fortress, sometimes known as the Old Town of Ljubuški, was built on top of a 396-metre hill overlooking Ljubuški. Built in the Medieval Times, the fortress saw its heyday in the period between the 15th and the 19th centuries, when it was abandoned.