Bordering the Adriatic Sea, Bosnia & Herzegovina is another lesser-known European destination. Often thought of as completely landlocked, it does have a beach, albeit a short one at 20kms long. In fact, it is the shortest coastline in the world after Monaco. But it is much less crowded than its popular neighbor Croatia, making for a great place for ocean lovers in September with sea temperatures around 24.2°C/75.6°F.
This hidden gem is the perfect base from which to enjoy incredible nature, with dramatic rocky mountains cut down the middle with turquoise blue rivers and gushing waterfalls. Coffee is the backbone of Bosnia & Herzegovina’s social life, so grab a latte and secure your spot by the ocean.
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