The Kisin Family Farm is located on the site of the village of Tuli, 10 km away from the City of Trebinje on the main road Trebinje-Herceg Novi. A tourist info point has been built in the ownership of the farm at the mentioned location, a facility where local products of this area can be bought and tasted. There is parking for buses, internet, two toilets, a summer house, stalls selling local products and a tasting room under construction. Thanks to the good location, more tourists are expected because the facility is included in the map of two tourist corridors and one mobile application through Herzegovina (Počitelj-Kotor corridor and Slovenia-Albania corridor) where it is agreed with the coordinators of the corridor project mentioned routes because the facility serves as a way station where tourists get the necessary tourist information, buy and taste local products, use the Internet, toilets and other content. In the immediate vicinity of the building there is a mini cheese factory for cheese production as a family business.
The tradition and culture of life in the countryside are an integral part of the tourist offer of our farm. By cultivating traditional cuisine with a traditional welcome, guests are provided with a unique, authentic, unforgettable gastronomic pleasure at the table. Tourists can expect home-made specialties, bread, cheese, cream, cured meat products, pies, strudels, home-made jams, sweets, juices, wine and brandy and other products from the farm. The food and drinks served to our guests retain the authenticity of the climate in which we find ourselves. Dishes from the collection of old recipes are a real refreshment for our guests. Traditional customs are especially cherished on our farm and that is why we offer our guests an unforgettable tourist experience such as Christmas Eve, Christmas celebrations, breaking garlic, painting Easter eggs and other village customs.
Kisin Farm offers guests to actively spend their holidays, to learn something new, to have fun, recreate, enrich their knowledge of the culture and traditions of our region. If interested guests can take an active part in agricultural work, see how the land is cultivated, mowed meadows, prepare winter food themselves (ajvar, jam, sweet homemade juices, participate in roasting brandy and making wine) and bring home products for a fee which they have prepared themselves, they can engage in recreational riding, hiking, cycling, hunting and other activities offered by the farm.