Area: 1996 km2 or 19,550 ha Height above mean sea level: 200 – 1762 m Area covered by the park: the park lies within the following boundaries: along the road from the Dubci pass on the Adriatic highway to Novaki, then along the foot of the steep slope to the hamlet of Bartulovići, then to the village of Topići and north of the quarry to the old village of Bast, across Smokvina to the source of the Jablan, then off along the route from Žlib hamlet-Veliko brdo to the village of Makar and under the steep slope of the village of Kotišina, to the hamlet of Potpeć-Tučepi, then along the foot of the steep slope to the edge of Staza Wood, after that along the northern edge of the forest to the Vrgorac road, and then along the Vrgorac road to Gornje Igrane, after that along the road to Kozica, then to the north west, along the road to Zagvozd, where the route turns off to Dedići and Lončari to the chapel of Sveti Stjepan (St Stephen), then to elevation 306, after that to Čikeš hamlet, over the Sedlača elevation (278) to Strgovo elevation (298) and Kula elevation (382), and along a straight line to the initial point of the Dubci pass. Briefly: from Dubci pass (near Brela) to Saranač Pass (near Gornje Igrane). Chief features: geomorphological phenomena such as sinkholes, karren, solution pans, pits – the deepest pit discovered to date, which is Amfora, -788 m, ice caves, caverns, karstic springs; more than 40 endemic plant species, such as the Biokovo bell (Edraianthus pumilio); important palaeontological finds; wonderful landscapes and views. Especial conservation areas: special geomorphological reserves: Nevistina stina, Ovčje polje, Kuranik-Šibenik-Štropac-Vošac; special forest vegetation reserves: reserves of beech and fir forests: Kaoci, Kimet-Sutvid; reserves of indigenous forests of black Dalmatian pine; Bukovac, Borovik, Šibenik-Borovac, reserve of maritime beech forest: Vošac; botanical reserve: Sv. Ilija-Šibenik-Štropac, Veliki Troglav, which encompasses the highest peak, Sv. Jure, and constitutes a whole with Sv. Jure. Also a part of the park is the Kotišina Biokovo Botanical Garden, covering an area of 16.5 ha over the village of Kotišina. According to the intentions of its founder, Fra Jure Radić, the Biokovo vegetation, preserved in its original state, enables visitors to get to know the unique wild plant life of the area.