Oh the great Neretva. Neretva is trully one of my favorite rivers, when I think about it I don ’t know where to start. I believe the one thing that blows everyone away is the color of this beautiful river- it offers a unique turquoise blue-green color.
The Neretva is the largest river of the eastern part of the Adriatic basin. It is home to four HE power-plants and enormous dams (in order to provide the citizens with flood protection, power and water shortage and water shortage).
The Neretva flows through Bosnia and Herzegovina and Croatia and is the largest karst river in the Dinaric Alps in the eastern part of the Adriatic basin/watershed. The total length for this river is around 230 kilometers. The Neretva flows two countries: Bosnia and Herzegovina and Croatia.
The Neretva is home to many fish! Mostly Trout! But Oh my! The trout is soooo delicious, especially if you have dinner in Herzegovina at a restaurant that serves fresh trout-yum! I’m already sooo hungry.
The Neretva is a very cold river although it is an amazing site for rafting during the summer. I’ve done it a few times and trust me, I still haven’t had enough! The river Neretva runs through Herzegovina, and it is located under the beautiful old bridge in Mostar. If you get a chance the river Neretva must be on your bucket list!