Homebook holiday house in Opuzen

Croatia Dalmatia Dubrovnik-Neretva County Opuzen

  • Holiday Home
  • 7 Guests
  • 4 Bedrooms
  • 5 Beds
  • 2 Bathrooms

About this House

Homebook holiday house in Opuzen

The Space

Holiday Type: HOLIDAY HOME

Accommodation Style: Entire Home/Apart



Floor Space: 0 Sq Ft

Entrance: Private entrance


Children welcome

Suitable for Seniors

Long term renters

Hot tub
Swimming pool (private)


Near the river Neretva with beautiful nature.

Big free parking is in front of the house. Everything you need for your holiday is in wallking distance.

The space

The house is surrounded by beautiful nature and is ideal for enjoying and relaxing with complete privacy. You just relax and enjoy.

Guest access

The whole house with garden is at your disposal.

Interaction with guests

Our dear guests are available via sms messages, telephone or email inquiries.

Other things to note

The Neretva River Delta is home to many species and hatchery for some fish and crabs. This area is also important for fish and bird migrations. There are 310 bird species in the Neretva Valley, 115 of which nest there. The area is also important for migrating and surnames of birds. Cliffs and rocks are a suitable place for the migration of Blackheads (Emberiza melanocephala), as well as rodaris, cicadas and seagulls. Husk and water surfaces are important for migrating and surnames of goats. Husk, surrounding meadows and shrubs are crucial for the survival of various bird species.

Some European endangered species such as the Botaurus stellaris, Aythya nyroca, the image of the left, and the seabed (Charadrius alexandrinus), nest in the cane, sandy beaches and trees. Gallinago gallinago and other species, such as small dogs (Porzana pusilla) and black-headed acorns (Acrocephalus melanopogon), are nestled in the shed.

From mammals there are mesons such as wolf (Canis lupus), Lynx lynx (Lynx lynx) in the peripheral areas, Otter (Lutra lutra), Martes foina, Small lions (Mustela nivalis), Mustela putorius, Melas (Rhinolophus hipposideros), long-haired bat (Myotis capaccinii), southern Rhinolophus euryale (Rhinolophus euryale), Mehel's rhinoceros (Rhinolophus mehelyi) and widespread blackheads (the Myotis bechsteini) Barbastella barbastellus).

Wives living in the Neretva Dolina and its surroundings are: turkey bark (Emys orbicularis), cedar (Testudo hermanni), lizard (Algyroides nigropunctatus), lizards (Lacerta spp., Podarcis spp., Elaphe spp.), ), Ribs (Natrix tessellata), Blackheads (Telescopus fallax) and Vipera (Vipera ammodytes).

The most common amphibians living in the swamps and caves are the human goatfish (Proteus anguinus), the driftwood (Salamandra salamander and Tritus vulgaris) and various kinds of frogs.

The Neretva grove is a large biological production plant for various types of fish (34 species of river and 100 species of sea fish). The valley, its lagoons, and the waterside waters of the hatchery are for fish and crabs that then spend the rest of life in salty or sweet water. They also serve as inputs and emerge in fish migrations.


Extra people: No Charge

Taxes & Charges

VAT: 10%

Additional Payment Information

Fee: $20

Room Arrangements

About the host, goran

Goran’s home is located in Opuzen, Dubrova?ko-neretvanska županija, Croatia.


I speak English.

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