STOLAC: Crossroads of Civilizations (StolacX) is a cultural and tourist route that takes you through the most interesting attractions in the area of ​​the city of Stolac.

Stolac is a town in the south of Bosnia and Herzegovina with a rich cultural, artistic and historical heritage and a municipality with the largest number of cultural monuments in our country. From prehistoric drawings in the Badanj cave, the remains of the Illyrian town of Daorson, Roman mosaics, the medieval necropolises of Radimlje and Boljuni (UNESCO World Heritage), the jewels of Ottoman architecture of the Stolac Bazaar and the Begovinaresidential complex, to the first swimming pool in Bosnia and Herzegovina built in the Austro-Hungarian period. Monarchies. Along with numerous tributaries and waterfalls of the blue river Bregava, Stolac's historical and cultural heritage is harmoniously located in a fairy-tale Mediterranean ambience.

Stolac: Crossroads of Civilizations is a project of the Mak Dizdar Foundation, and the goal is to create a new tourist route that includes cultural monuments from four historical periods - ancient, medieval, Ottoman and Austro-Hungarian. Tourist signage has been installed and a new Center for the Interpretation of Cultural Heritage has been equipped.

The activities are implemented through grants from the Regional Cooperation Council (RCC) Tourism Development and Promotion Project in an effort to contribute to the growth and competitiveness of the six economies of the Western Balkans by supporting the development and promotion of a joint regional cultural and adventure tourism offer. The project is funded by the European Union.

Cultural and tourist route Stolac: crossroads of civilizations or abbreviated StolacX takes you through the most attractive locations in the area of this municipality. Start your time travel on your own or contact the StolacX Center for the Interpretation of Cultural Heritage (next to the Podgradska Bridge), whose expert guides share the experience of living in Stolac.

Disclaimer: This webpage was produced through a grant provided by the Regional Cooperation Council’s Tourism Development and Promotion Project, funded by the European Union. Its contents are the sole responsibility of the Mak Dizdar Foundation and do not necessarily reflect the views of the Regional Cooperation Council or the European Union.