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A world away from the Dalmatian Coast, Imotski is a charming town tucked away behind the towering Biokovo Mountains. A hefty dose of rural charm awaits nature lovers, with rolling greens adding an extra pop of colour to its Red and Blue Lakes. If the only reds you’re interested are poured delicately into your wine glass, a vineyard visit might be all the countryside discovery you need. Foodies will love tucking into authentic dishes and you could soon be trying wild game and frog legs in a delightful Croatian restaurant.View villas in Imotski
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Sample the 'Kujundžuša' wines from Imotski's wonderful vineyards and tuck into gastronomic delights like frog legs and wild game. Dalmatian produce is fresh and wholesome and prosciutto ham, cheese in olive oil, lamb and chickpeas are popular on plenty of menus.
As well as a good array of bars, pubs and restaurants, clubs and cocktails bars, there is often music and events in the beach bars along the coast.
Imotski is famous for it's vast vineyards and its most famous tipple is 'Kujundžuša'. Take a tour and you could be learning all about the production of this delicious wine. It would be rude not to sample a glass...
Crveno Jezero (the Red Lake) is the deepest Karst lake in Europe, whilst Modro Jezero (the Blue Lake) is one of the most beautiful and interesting karst formations in the Dinaric Alps.
Imotski is dominated by the Ottoman castle of Topana.
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