Far from everyone, situated in the typical dalmatian cultural landscape, stand old, almost forgotten, dry-stone houses. In the past, these houses served as a shelter and for depositing tools and agricultural products, like olives or carobs. Goat and sheep herds fed in the fields around the houses, and the only transportation device was, now forgotten dalmatian donkeys.
Today, the houses are a real hideout from the modern world. They are surrounded by dry stone wall gardens (called in these parts “meje”), Mediterranean vegetation, and the only sound that can be heard throughout the area are the sounds of crickets, birds and the wind blowing through the pines. Houses are connected with asphalt road or macadam that leads to the local asphalt road so that everything you need is actually at the reach of hand. Take a look at the photo gallery!
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