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Excursion's informationsThe Island of Brač is one of the biggest islands of Croatian archipelago. The mainstay of its economy is tourism, but it is also important to mention winegrowing, olive growing, fig and almond production. Primarily, Brač is famous for its limestone which is well known all around the world hence many European and world known buildings are constructed by that precious stone: The Diocletian’s Palace in Split, the Parliament of Budapest as well as the White House in Washington DC. The island is also famous for its long pebble stone beach, “Zlatni Rat”, the famous “Golden horn” on the south shore of the island. Except for its coves and transparent and blissfully unspoilt water, its vineyards and olive groves, the island is known for its interesting history and architecture, here, above all, Blaca hermitage, as one of the most important and interesting architectural complex of Brač. In 16th century the hermits came here and settled in a cave. During the centuries they constructed this famous complex which has been the centre of life, culture, economy and science. It is the place called „Blaca desert“. Today this is a museum that leads us through the history and tells us the stories of some other times... We start our hiking in the Blaca cove and we take direction toward the Blaca desert and hermitage. After a little break in a silent and nice atmosphere, it is possible to visit the museum (extra charge).
Afterwards, we take a path which leads us back to Blaca cove.
Hiking: Brač - Blaca hermitage
Total climbing: 361 m
Total descent: -367 m
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