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The Semešnica is an 18 km long tributary of the Vrbas River. As a result of its vegetation and climate, it was chosen as the ideal location for settling beavers in 2005. The beavers were able to adapt along the river and the area around the Semešnica is now a protected area.
10 km from the town of Donji Vakuf is an excursion area and fish rearing pond that can be reached via a gravel road. The excursion area is at the site where the Semešnica River descends in numerous cascades. This is the perfect place for a relaxing day trip in nature and visitors can enjoy freshly grilled trout.
The town of Tešanj is situated between hills along the Tešanjka Creek, a tributary of the Usora. Gradina Fortress dominates Tešanj, and is one of the largest and most important complexes of its kind in Bosnia and Herzegovina. The upper part of the fortress was built in the Middle Ages, while the lower section was added during the Ottoman period. Two towers inside the fort are currently used as gallery space, and the upper plateau hosts various events.
Valuable cultural and historical buildings in the town include the Gazi Ferhad-beg Mosque (Ferhadija) and the Eminagića Konak, or residence. The Eminagića Konak is the oldest and most beautiful residential building displaying Tešanj's architectural heritage. It belonged to the Eminagić family, who were wealthy landowners and merchants. The Konak was built in the middle of the 19th c., and restored just a few years ago. The building has a basement storeroom, a ground floor used for everyday activities, and an upper floor with bedrooms and reception areas for guests.
The Krušnica is a very calm and clean river in West Bosnia. It is rich in fish stocks and fly-fishing competitions are often held here.
The source of the Krušnica River is 6 km from Bosanska Krupa and certainly worth a visit. It's located beneath high cliffs and is over 120 m deep. The narrow path along the banks of the Krušnica is ideal for a relaxing walk or bike ride. It's also possible to travel to the river's source on a wooden boat for tourists. The boat ride is unique and well worth taking advantage of. In the immediate vicinity of the source is a hydroelectric power station from the Austro-Hungarian period.
On the Trebižat River near the village of Veljaci, 3 km southeast of Vitina, you can visit the Koćuša Waterfall, which is 10-12 m high and 30 m wide. Near the falls, you'll find several old water mills and stamping mills used for rolling cloth and washing blankets, some of which are still in operation.
The Lađanica fish farm offers lunch in a natural setting on the river of the same name. The fish farm is located 2.5 km from village of Glavatičevo. From there a pleasant walk can be enjoyed to mills still in use for grinding wheat and the source of the Lađanica River. The Lađanica is left tributary of the Neretva River.
All these destinations, as well as many others, are described in the book "Come, Enjoy, Pass It On BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA 30 Unforgettable Destinations'. The book is available through all the Amazon portals in Europe and USA.