located on the Tuzla to Sarajevo road along the River
Drinjaca, at the base of Konjuh Mountain. The settlement is
a very small mountain community famous for a water source
that is said to have special powers.
story goes that Muska Voda (man's water) is supposed
to increase a man's strength. The local version is that the
water acts as a natural Viagra. That's why they built a
mountain lodge, bungalows and walking paths near the source.
The 16th-century Turkish travel writer Evlija Celebija
described it as the fountain of youth.
research has concluded that this water has a positive effect
on blood pressure and sugar concentration, increases water
extraction and improves blood circulation.
At 53 different locations in and around Kladanj, over 400
stecci have been discovered. Walking through
mountains you're bound to come across
one of the many caves on or near Konjuh Mountain.
Among the largest caves are the Djevojacka and Bebrava
caves. The Djevojacka Cave is a pre-Islamic sacred spot
where the followers of the heretic Bosnian Church made
pilgrimages. There's a good chance that in this area you
will run across a black bear or see a grey eagle soaring
above the rock faces.