Kladusa municipality is the furthest northwest location in
Bosnia and Herzegovina and sits right on the border with
Croatia. The moderate continental climate and rich unspoiled
forests are said to be ideal for hunting and fishing.
was one of the wealthiest towns in Bosnia and Herzegovina
during Yugoslavian days. The oldest written document about
the town dates back to 1280.
The remains of the
ancient towns of Podzvizd, Vrnograc, Todorovo and the old
part of Velika Kladusa are remnants of centuries of Western
influence in the area. The rivers Glinica, Kladusnica and
Grbarska are well known as
quality fishing areas. At the
entrance to town, from the Bihac direction, you can't miss
the large thermal swimming pool in Mala Kladusa. This
thermal spring is rich in minerals and open to the public.