Medjugorje Becomes a Major Venue for Dalmatian Weddings

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During the Weeding Fair held at the Spaladium Arena in Split until January 24, 2016, one of the exhibitors present was the Herceg Ethno Village Medjugorje. Their goal was to present their offer to future Dalmatian newlyweds. The complex itself was built seven years ago, and four years ago the Queen Catherine wedding venue was opened, Dalmatinski Portal reports..

Herceg Ethno Village Medjugorje is a hotel and resort complex opened in late 2008, spread over five hectares of land with more than 50 stone buildings. The complex offers accommodation facilities in 70 modern rooms, a restaurant and other different amenities. The centre of the complex is the Herceg restaurant, as well as a hamlet with ten stone houses and three additional suites. Adjacent to it, there is a shopping area with souvenir shops offering many handicrafts and traditional products.

“There is great interest of people from Split, Dubrovnik and Zadar. We say to them that the most important thing is to come, and we will take care of the rest”, says Dražen Marušić, the wedding venue director.

Prices are very affordable for Croatian newlyweds who can get everything they need for 28 euros per person. The price includes alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks, food, cakes… “The capacity of the hall is 650 seats, and we can provide accommodation for up to 170 people at our facilities in the ethno village”, says Marušić.

Everyone who is interested in visiting Medjugorje can enjoy many other facilities, pools, amphitheatre where performances are held during the summer, so it is no wonder that more and more newlyweds from Dalmatia decide to spend the most important day of their lives in Medjugorje.


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