Čapljina is a municipality in the southern part of Bosnia and Herzegovina. It is located in the valley of the Neretva River and its tributaries Bregava, Trebižat and Krupa. With its location in the south of Herzegovina and the proximity of the Adriatic Sea, it has an extraordinary geographical position. The Mediterranean climate, low relief and a wide openness favours an abundance of natural resources. The region of Herzegovina has always been fruitful for growing many crops because of the special composition of the soil, its favourable climatic conditions and the large number of sunny days.
Helichrysum italicum - Immortelle favors large number of sunny days, as it determines its aromatic properties. Aromatic properties are important in determining the application of immortelle and other species of medicinal and aromatic plants for pharmaceutical purposes, in the cosmetic industry and aromatherapy.
The healing properties of Helichrysum are highly valued, and this part of Herzegovina is a godsend paradise for the culture seeking Mediterranean climate and limestone.