Cobble-stoned old towns, medieval monasteries, canyon and mountain walks feature on this two and a half week Balkan journey. Meeting in bustling Dubrovnik, we the visit the Great Walls of Ston then cross into Bosnia and Herzegovina. At Pocitelj, an Ottoman-era fortress overlooks this World Heritage listed old stone town. Continuing to Blagaj, we visit the mystical 16th century monastery built beside the Buna spring. In Mostar, the rebuilt 16th-century Ottoman bridge of Stari proudly spans the Neretva River. In the vineyards above the cosmopolitan capital of Sarajevo, we relish a nine-course slow food dinner with matching local wines. The following day in nearby Dinaric Mountains, we visit isolated yet traditional villages, then enjoy short walks to the Peruce Waterfall and Rakitnica Canyon. At Sutjeska, Bosnia’s largest national park, we walk through dense forests and mountain pastures to glacial lakes and waterfalls. Crossing the border into Montenegro, paths lead to the lakes and mountains of World-Heritage listed Durmitor National Park. From the impressive Djrudjevica Tara Bridge, we drive the river canyon to Dobrilovina, a Serbian Orthodox monastery. While based in the town of Kolasin, we have two days for walks in Biogradska Gora, Montenegro’s oldest national park. The coastal town Kotor provides sea change for four nights. Walk through the World Heritage listed old town, climb the fortress and enjoy a guided walk of the old royal capital Cetinje. Enjoy the coastal views, forest paths and a home-made lunch in Lovcen National Park. Near the resort of Budva, we visit Skadar National Park with the largest single lake in the Balkans. After a short boat ride near Perast, we visit the important pilgrimage site, Ostrog monastery, which is built into a cliff-face above the Zeta River. Celebrate with walks and wine tasting in the hills above Podgorica.