Vlašić is a mountain in the central part of Bosnia and Herzegovina, located between the municipalities of Travnik, Vitez, and Donji Vakuf. It has an elevation of 1,943 meters and is a popular destination for outdoor activities such as skiing, hiking, and mountain biking.
Vlašić is a well-known ski resort with several ski lifts and numerous ski runs suitable for both beginners and experienced skiers. During the summer, visitors can enjoy hiking and mountain biking on the various trails that lead through the mountain’s forests and meadows. There are also several lakes and streams in the area that are popular for fishing and swimming.
One of the most popular attractions on Vlašić is the famous “Vlašić cheese,” a semi-hard cheese made from sheep milk that has a unique taste and aroma. Visitors can sample and purchase this cheese at many of the local restaurants and shops.
In addition to its natural beauty, Vlašić also has a rich cultural heritage, with several historic villages and religious monuments in the area. One such village is the picturesque Šćirovac, which is known for its well-preserved traditional architecture and beautiful views of the surrounding mountains. Another notable site is the Church of St. George, which dates back to the 16th century and is a fine example of Ottoman-era architecture.