Exploring the tourist pearls of Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH) is a combination of pleasant and useful. One of them is located in the east of the Una-Sana Canton (USC). The city of flowers, as it was once called, and today Sanski Most, is completely atypical compared to other places in our country, primarily because it lies on nine rivers, says Edis Rasavac, from the Tourist Board of Sanski Most.
However, apart from the well-known beauty of the River Sana, the most significant tourist potential of this municipality is the Bliha waterfall, a geomorphological monument that is named after the river that surrounds it. It is located about 14 km from the center of the municipality of Sanski Most, right on the Bliha River, which flows into the Sana River. With a height of 56 m and a width of about 10 m, it is definitely an attraction worth visiting, and it takes about 10 minutes of easy walking to reach it, along a recently arranged wooden path through a beautiful forest environment.
The local Tourist Board took over the management of the waterfall at the beginning of August this year, and for the whole month it recorded numbers of visits that exceeded seven thousand, but the tourist attractions do not end there.
“In Sanski Most, we have two beautiful caves – Dabar and Hrustovo, which is a beautiful attraction and a must-visit,” Edis Rasavac added.
However, in addition to the natural beauties, the local soil also favors the development of viticulture, and therefore rural tourism. From grape harvesting to wine production, it is a long journey. However, this year it is made even more difficult by the bad weather, which has not bypassed this branch of fruit growing either, and as a result, the harvest is expected to be up to 30% smaller, says the owner of one of the wineries, Isak Tatarevic.
“The winery doesn’t make that much money and it’s not a good way to make a profit in 5 or 10 years. But I didn’t do it for money. I did it for the love of wine,” Tatarevic points out.
And because of the love for adventure, the tourist potential, and the natural beauty of Sanski Most and its surroundings, those who have visited this area will definitely do it again, N1 reports.