Improving the quality and diversity of the tourist offer based on natural and cultural heritage in the border rural areas of Bosnia and Herzegovina and Montenegro.
About project
The project From the Medieval Fortresses in Herzegovina to the Austro-Hungarian Fortresses in Montenegro "FORT-NET" is funded by the European Union within the IPA cross-border cooperation program Bosnia and Herzegovina - Montenegro (2014-2020).

The total value of the project is EUR 470,079.65, of which the European Union provided EUR 399,556.55 in grants. Lead partner(coordinator) is City of Ljubuški. The Public Institution Development Agency ŽZH - HERAG participates in the project as a partner from the BiH side. The Center for Sustainable Tourism Initiatives (CSTI) and the National Tourism Organization of Montenegro (NTO) are participating in the project as partners from Montenegro.
Thematic trails
Discover the ambient beauties of medieval forts, karst springs and interesting legends. Along the way, you can experience artifacts produced by indigenous man from prehistory to the present day, as well as valuable collections of art under the protection of valuable custodians of heritage - the Herzegovinian Franciscans.
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Thematic trails
On five thematic routes through the Bay of Kotor and Herzegovina, meet one of the strongest and largest defense systems in Europe from the end of the 19th and the beginning of the 20th century.
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In the 15th century, the Kosača family ruled the area of Hum (Herzegovina) and was one of the most powerful noble families in the Kingdom of Bosnia. There are assumptions that the family was named after the village of Kosač near the Piva and Tara river. The influence and power of Kosača can be seen during the time of the first Bosnian king Tvrtko I.
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