The municipality of Grude is integrated around Grudsko polje. It has all the characteristics of a relatively closed karst depression. The open Neretva valley and the immediate coastal area have very little influence on it.

Grude is the central and only urban settlement of the municipality of Grude, formed at the intersection of two main routes Split-Mostar and Slavonski Brod – Ploče, which directly connect Grude with Imotski, Posušje, Široki Brijeg and Ljubuški. The main road M-6 Grude – Ljubuški – Čapljina – Croatia passes through Grude. There are three regional roads: Regional road R 420 Grude – Privalj – Široki Brijeg – Mostar; Regional road R 421 Sovići-Klobu and regional road Grude-Posušje, which belongs to the category of uncategorized roads. All this shows that the municipality is well connected with neighboring municipalities.

The municipality of Grude is also rich in natural beauties – from numerous pits and slopes characteristic of this landscape to numerous springs and water resources (Lake Krenica, Kostimančica, river Tihaljina – Trebižat).

– Park “Peć Mlini”: adventure and adrenaline park named after the eponymous hamlet of Drinovci. This adrenaline park offers an active and adrenaline experience. You will be able to experience the longest zip line in Bosnia and Herzegovina, Via Ferrata and sport climbing on the rocks of the surrounding rocks. If you are one of those who wants to stay firmly on your feet, you will be able to visit Ravlić Cave. The Cycling Rural project is currently being implemented, the construction of bicycle paths that will connect the entire West Herzegovina Canton.

– Lake Krenica and Nugal: it is located near the adventure park Peć Mlini. Lake Krenica also offers summer sports and other social facilities. In Grude you can also enjoy equestrian sports, horseback riding through untouched nature and ride bicycle routes that connect plantations of aromatic and medicinal plants.

– Franciscan Archaeological Collection of St. Stjepan Prvomčenika in Gorica: Permanent exhibition of the archeological-historical collection Sv. Stjepan od Imote, was erected in 2006 in the premises of the Croatian Franciscan Archaeological Collection of St. Stjepan Prvomučenika in Gorica, Grude municipality. The exhibition consists of exhibits found at the systematic and protective archaeological excavations of Šamatorje, Grabarje and Grotuša, which were conducted in the period from 1995 to 2003., numerous individual finds were found in the area of ​​Gorica and Sovići. The oldest finds in the collection belong to the Neolithic (Neolithic), which originate from the Ravlić cave in Drinovci and from Pita. At the end of the 19th century, a Dalmatian prehistoric sanctuary with rich finds of jewelery and weapons from the Old and Young Iron Ages was discovered under the Pit fort.