A former train station, it has since been renovated and is now a hotel and a restaurant. Visitors can sate their hunger by ordering many gastronomical specialties and wines, while those who are looking for a vacation, or are simply tired and exhausted, can find accomodations and spend the night here.
Placed in Zavala, near the museum and Vjetrenica cave, this inn is able to house a large number of guests. One of its special offerings is traditional herzegovinian cuisine, with an atmosphere to match, and a beautiful view to nearby mountains and Popovo field. The inn also offers its visitors accomodation services.
Market 97 is a local shop placed inside the same complex that houses the nearby café bar Srednjice. In addition to common consumer goods, the store also offers quite a few local homegrown produces, such as cheeses, honey, and the widely known fruits and vegetables of Popovo field: apples, grapes, watermelons, melons, peppers, various popovo vetches...
Placed near the main road which leads towards Zavala, konoba (tavern) Oblat is named after the surrounding hill. Visitors will be charmed by homely athosphere, with a wide selection of local and autochthonous cuisine. It was built using traditional herzegovinian-dalmatian architectural style.
Built and styled as a traditional stone building, restoran (restaurant) Drijen is placed on the main road between Dubrovnik and Trebinje, with close proximity to Dubrovnik. Due to its beautiful view to the mountains, unique architecture and memorable ambience, Drijen represents a small piece of natural heaven, surrounded by natural beauties.