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This property is a 12-minute walk from the beach. Pansion Anja is located only 300 m from the centre of Mostar and about 500 m from the UNESCO-listed Old Bridge. Free WiFi is available and free private parking is provided at the property. All of the accommodation units are air-conditioned and feature a private bathroom, satellite TV, and a seating area. The studios also include a kitchenette with a fridge and a dining area. Free parking is provided outdoor. Breakfast is served at the on-site bar or on the summer terrace. A supermarket is located just a few steps away, while several restaurants and cafés can be found within 200 m from the property. Free shuttle service to bus and railway station is provided by the owners, upon previous request. The proprietors will help organise tours around the town or excursions to nearby sights.
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