Zagreb County, which is the national capital, is located 190 miles (306 kilometers) north of Zaostrog, while Split is 50 miles (80 kilometers) to the northwest.
From perennial tourist favourites to secret places that are waiting just for you, the area around Zaostrog is dotted with cultural and natural attractions. If you're on the lookout for more ways to enjoy the region, try the Trpanj Harbor and Trstenik Beach in the vicinity of Trpanj, which lays roughly 9 miles (14 kilometers) to the north of Zaostrog.
Around 17 miles (27 kilometers) to the northwest of Zaostrog is Makarska, a regional city where you can explore Makarska Lighthouse, Makarska Beach and Kacicev Trg. Makarska has a lot to offer visitors happy to hang around a little longer. Podgora Beach, Tucepi Harbor and Biokovo Nature Park are just a sample of the other interesting attractions you won't want to miss.
The most rewarding places for tourists to visit when they first arrive in a place they have never been are the ones that provide a window into the local culture. Don't skip Dalmatia 's history museums, art galleries and palaces. A great way to get a true feel for a place and its people is by gaining an understanding of its past. While in Dalmatia, take the time to see the area's fine castles.
If you're the kind of traveler who likes to kick back a little while holidaying, this region is great for sunbathing and cycling. Why not combine education and relaxation during your stay by joining a group of like-minded travelers on one of Zaostrog's fascinating guided nature walks, winery tours and cycling tours.
At the end of your adventure in Dalmatia, no doubt you'll bid this region a teary "Zbogom" But be comforted by the fact that you'll be leaving with once-in-a-lifetime memories that you'll cherish for a lifetime.