Fruit and Vegetables
Throughout Medjugorje there are little grocery stores run and operated
by locals. Each store provides for all your necessities including
food stuffs and toiletries.
There are two bakeries in Medjugorje one on the main street and
one opposite the school. Both offer excellent examples of local
Chemist / Pharmacy
There are two pharmacies on the main street. The first one is
opposite the main entrance to St. James Church and the second
is beside Hotel Regina. Both have helpful staff that cater for
your medical needs.
There are a number of photograph processing centers throughout
the town. Photo Dani is beside Columbo’s restaurant and
can be identified by Kodac signs.
Located along the road into Medjugorje, there are two shopping
Lip Trade services the needs of the local populace with a large
grocery store on ground level and household appliances and clothing
Malisic shopping centre on the cross-roads of the main road between
Ljbuski and Citluk is more up market with a variety of shops from
trendy clothes stores to coffee houses.
Cash & Money
There is a bank with a cash dispenser below Hotel Regina and a
second cash dispenser beside Restaurant Dubrovnik located along
the main street.
Most currencies are accepted and within Medjugorje shops will
accept Euro, US dollars, Sterling (Queen’s head only), Kuna
and Bosnian Mark.
Cafes & Restaurants
You will have no difficulty in finding somewhere to eat in Medjugorje.
The most frequented restaurants are Columbo’s and Coco’s
beside St. James Church. For local cuisine and excellent prices
try Big Macs beside the primary school. If you are looking for
a more up market meal visit Gardens pub and restaurant or Hotel
Regina down along the main street.
Taxis are easily available at the taxi stands in front of Colombo’s
restaurant and further along towards Hotel Medjugorje. Any destination
within Medjugorje has a standard fee of €5.
Typical fees from Medjugorje:
Mostar: €20 - €30
Dubrovnik: €80 - €100
Split: €80 - €100
Most Pubs and Restaurants will give you Taxi numbers or else call
one for you.
Marinko Kikas 063 38 3635
Ante Skegro 063 377 138
Mate Vasily 063 320 623
Ivan Jerkovic 063 820 738
Swimming and leisure facilities
The Circle is perhaps one of the most unexpected delights of Medjugorje.
Situated on the road out from Medjugorje going towards Malisic
shopping centre, the Circle offers a place of retreat from the
hot summer sun. Family friendly, the Circle has a number of outdoor
swimming pools, sauna and massage facilities – a great place
to rest tired feet.
This multi million euro compound is used as a training facility
for some of Croatia’s top football teams and comes with
modern gym and both outdoor and indoor pitches.
There is an outdoor bar and restaurant, an ideal place to spend
a quiet and relaxing evening.
Nestled up in the mountains, Medjugorje is surrounded by beautiful
views. There are many little country roads to be explored and
walkways through vineyards and forests. Likened to an Ireland
of sixty years ago, there is great peace and tranquillity to be
found in and around Medjugorje’s surrounding area.
Wine and spirits have been part of the tradition of this region
for hundreds of years with most local people still carrying on
the old customs.
Some of the best of the local produce can be sampled at Andrija
Wine Distillery out in the countryside area of Paoca beyond Citluk.
For sampling tours please telephone
00387 36 643 102 or
00387 644 025.