Area: City – 103.16 km² / Municipality – 900 km²
Number of Residents: City – 40,000+ / Municipality – 60,000+
Location: » Mapa
Attractions: Captains Tower, Ostrovica, Grad Sokolac, Japodski otoci, Nacionalni park Una, and others.
Bihac, as a small charming town situated along the border between Bosnia and Herzegovina and Croatia, has a lot to offer its visitors. Much of the city itself and the municipality of Bihać is rich in historical and cultural sites, but also has many natural resources that will delight its visitors.
In a short period of time, Bihac has become one of the most visited tourist destinations in Bosnia and Herzegovina, utilizing its cultural and natural resources to attract a large number of tourists. The most famous destinations like the Una National Park and historical destinations like the old town of Sokolac are some of the reasons for Bihac’s popularity. Explore Bihac, cultural and natural treasures near the city and get to know the area better.
Old Town Sokolac
On a high and steep hill, back in prehistoric times, rose a fortres that is still visible near its walls. The defense of the city was based on the high Sokolac Tower…
The city on the Una river, is home to many natural beauties as well as historic sites. One of the most famous historical features is the Captain’s Tower, which has been located there for more than 800 years…
Ostrovica Old City
The old town of Ostrovica is a fortress built on a steep hill above the river Una and not far from the village of Ostrovica near Kulen Vakuf…
Una is a river in the northwestern part of Bosnia and Herzegovina that makes it a small part of the western border of BiH and Croatia. The entire course of the Una River is declared National Park.