In Trebinje you can meander through the old walled town and walk along the river bank, visit the local, colourful market in the main square and then enjoy a coffee or ice-cream in the main piazza.
As they don’t serve food in the café they don’t mind if you purchase a delicious pastry or ‘burek’, from the bakery and enjoy it with your coffee. In the summer months it is often accompanied with live music.
There are plenty of restaurants to choose from here and they are so “cheap”, lively bars run along the river edge, that serve from daylight to the early hours! A place our “teenage boys” like to hang out, without us!
The local dish of “ćevapčići”, originally a Bosnian specialty, a lamb sausage/Pattie traditionally served in homemade flat bread, with your choice of relishes. There is a great take out place in a side street, off the piazza inside the walls, worth hunting out.
Another traditional dish, served in this area is “lamb or beef under the bell” (“jagnjetina ispod sača”). This meat is cooked in a clay pot, in the ashes of a fire for several hours- very tasty.
The winery “Vukoje” is located looking at the back of the town and offers spectacular views, especially at sunset over the town to the vineyards.
You would need a car or taxi to access it. Along with the views it offers indoor or outdoor dining experience, fantastic wine and food and is well worth a visit during your stay with us.
See directions under the “Activities -> Wineries -> Vukoje”.