…The place where Unac kisses Una…
Discover Martin Brod, a charming village where the Unac River embraces the Una in a breathtaking hug, guarding its unparalleled natural beauty through centuries.
Home to the largest waterfall complex in the “Una” National Park, Martin Brod once thrived with mills and watermills.
This settlement emerged from a medieval town built in the late 14th or early 15th century at the confluence of Unac and Una.
Historians speculate its origin dates back to the 13th century, known as Konuba in 1396.
Milančev Buk, a waterfall in Martin Brod, spans 800m with a 54m height difference, creating a mesmerizing spectacle.
Embrace nature with two hiking trails named “Martina staza” and “Put pod gredu.”
Walking amidst this beauty is the ultimate gift to yourself.
For fishing enthusiasts, Martin Brod offers unique spots for fly fishing. Revir br. 1, a 7.5km stretch, includes the “Unac” fly fishing area (900m). Trout season runs from 01.03. to 30.09, while grayling season is 01.05. to 30.09.
Experience the “bučnica,” an ecological washing machine 200m from the waterfall, believed to be over 300 years old.
Don’t miss the Rmanj Monastery, a spiritual hub in the northern borderlands of Bosnia, Lika, and Dalmatia.