Agrotourism Matusko

Authentic real Herzegovina

Only a short drive from the Adriatic coast, in the countryside of Bosnia and Herzegovina, you will find a small isolated Herzegovinian village Mosevici. It will amaze you with its beauty and serenity where you will be taken back in time to a traditional way of life that visitors who stick to the usual tourist routes in the area seldom get to see. The real Herzegovina, a beautiful and rocky country that is also a rich agricultural area, especially famous for its wine grapes.

The hidden gem of the village is definitely the authentic Herzegovinian country estate Agrotourism Matusko with its holiday farmhouse.

Offering an authentic rural ambience close to Neum, Agrotourism Matusko provides accommodation with breakfast for 9 persons, seasonal outdoor swimming pool and free bikes. On request, guests can enjoy the traditional local cuisine on the roofed terrace. Everything is prepared fresh and simple in a traditional way. 

The Agrotourism Matusko is surrounded by a vegetable garden, rocky mountains and farm animals. There are donkeys, dogs, cats, chicken, ducks and turtles in the backyard. A delight for the family with children.

On the Agrotourism Matusko you will experience the authentic country life in Bosnia and Herzegovina. The stay will probably be one of the most authentic travel experiences you've ever had. Don't miss the chance to discover this hidden gem in a countryside of Herzegovina.


TOP 5 of the Agrotourism Matusko

  • Living in an authentic countryside of Herzegovina with funny domestic animals and without TV in a guestroom.
  • Excellent local food prepared in a traditional way with homemade products.
  • Hospitality of the owner who is a passionate cook and a true nature lover with excellent local knowledge.
  • Outdoor pool during hot Herzegovinian summers.
  • Location near Adriatic seaside and many other hotspots in the region.

Highlights of the area

The real Herzegovina, a beautiful and rocky country that is also a rich agricultural area, especially famous for its wine grapes and prosciutto.

Hutovo Blato Nature Park

A nature bird reserve located in the South-Western part of Bosnia and Herzegovina, near Croatian board. This unusual kind of marshlands is home to over 240 types of migratory birds and dozens that make their permanent home in the sub-Mediterranean wetlands. In the migration season, tens of thousands of birds fill the Deransko Lake and its surroundings. The reserve is on the list of BirdLife International's Important Bird Areas and a member of the Network of Adriatic Parks and Wetland of international importance, under the International Ramsar Convention. Historical site, Old Fortress Hutovo Blato, is located in the area of Nature Park. 

More about Hutovo Blato you can find HERE

Price information & additional costs:

Service: overnight stay

On request: breakfast, lunch, dinner

Accommodation - 3x private rooms with balcony and own bathroom:

  • four-bed room (all single beds)
  • triple room (double bed with single bed)
  • double room

Agrotourism Matusko

Double room

Triple room

Four-bed room

01.01. - 30.06.

30 €

30 €

30 €

01.07. - 31.08.

30 €

30 €

30 €

01.09. - 31.12.

30 €

30 €

30 €

  • Prices are per person / night.
  • Included in a price: tourist tax, bed linen, towels, slippers, bike rental, seasonal outdoor pool. 

Additional costs (payment on the spot):

  • Breakfast 5 € per person/day.
  • Transfer
  • Pets
  • Á la carte lunch / dinner

Payment on the spot is only possible in cash.

Check-in: from 11:30 – 21:00        Check-out: until 10:30 - 11:30


  • All rooms are non-smoking rooms and in line with expectations on a farm geared toward modern tourists.
  • Standard equipment of each room: modern bathroom with shower and toilet, air conditioning, wi-fi, enough electrical outlets.
  • There is no TV in the guestrooms.
  • The rental fee includes usage of the kitchen next to the tavern.
  • Woody and traditionally styled indoor tavern room.
  • Pleasant outdoor covered terrace, furnished with nice rustic furniture.
  • Winery with own red wine.
  • At the free disposal are a seasonal outdoor pool, a barbecue and a big fireplace under covered terrace, allowing the guests to spend nice open air evenings.
  • Child-friendly estate.
  • Pet-friendly accommodation.
  • Bike rental (free of charge).

Traditional cooking - fresh, simple and delicious traditional food:

  • Local homemade products traditional in Herzegovina: cheese, bacon and well known prosciutto smoked with aromatic woods and dried in a cold wind, red wine, brandy (schnapps), vegetables, fruit, olives, …
  • Fresh and tasty breakfast on request with homemade products: freshly baked bread, sausage, bacon, milk, coffe, tea, fresh eggs, cheese, prosciutto, vegetables, fruit.
  • Meals can be prepared in different ways: on the grill, in a big fireplace, on a skewer in traditional way with various seasonal vegetables.
  • The best known and tastiest are definitely meals under baking lid covered with ashes in a big fireplace, locally called sac (satch/sač). Bread, lamb or veal with potatoes made in this way are absolutely delicious. Another tasty traditional meal is green cabbage cooked with smoked ribs.
  • By request the host can make suckling lamb or pork on spit. A red wine and homemade spirits (rakija) with various herbs for better digestion.

Recommended one-day trips:

  • Neum – Adriatic coast (10 km) – Neum is only seaside town in Bosnia and Hercegovina (only 20 km of coastline) and the country's only access to the Adriatic Sea. It has steep hills, sandy beaches, and several large tourist hotels. With its long and warm summers, and short and mild winters, Neum is considered to be one of the coastal towns which has the greatest number of sunny days in the year.
  • Dubrovnik (70 km/ one hour drive) – with its distinctive Old Town - a UNESCO World Heritage Site - encircled with massive stone walls completed in the 16th century. The Stradun or Placa - the city's main street, wich runs straight across the Old Town, was constructed in the 12th century by filling the channel with earth. In 1468 it was paved with limestone.
  • Mostar (78 km) – beautiful city on the Neretva river named after “the bridge keepers” (natively: mostari) who kept the Stari Most (Old Bridge) over Neretva. The famous bridge was built during the Ottoman era and became one of the symbols of Mostar. A narrow staircase leads up to the Koski Mehmed-Pasha Mosque’s minaret for panoramic city views. Mostar is the biggest and the most important city in the Herzegovina region.
  • Hutovo Blato Nature Park (40 km) - a nature bird reserve located in the South-Western part of Bosnia and Herzegovina, near Croatian board. It is home to over 240 types of migratory birds.  Activities in the park: sport-fishing, cycling and main tourist attraction – photo safari. There is also an educational path providing information of park and for rising environmental awareness and need for preservation of natural heritage in Nature park "Hutovo Blato".
  • Villa Mogorjelo (45 km/ one hour drive) - is a Roman villa rustica that dates from the early fourth century. It is situated on a hill over the Neretva branch, 5 km south of city Čapljina. This monument is among the most beautiful constructions of the late antique architecture in Bosnia and Herzegovina and declared national monument protected by the state. It is surrounded by a beautiful park. Nearby is a horse farm and riding club.

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