apartments NEČUJAM
private accomm.
Martinis Marchi
Hotel MEDENA (Trogir)
paintings
Nečujam
Stomorska
Maslinica
Rogač
Grohote
Gornje Selo
Srednje Selo
Donje Selo
location
climate
name trough history
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flora and fauna
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monuments
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...if you wish to taste some fish specialties and other gourmet delicatessens...
a visit to Maslinica fisihermen village is a good choice. There is a small fish restaurant in a true Mediterranean spirit. There is the Marchi palace restaurant highly valuated by gourmet critics. We suggest a visit to the wine-cellar ''Nevera'' in Stomorska. Among other pleasant places for a good meal we point out the restaurant ''Judita'' in Nečujam with a beautiful terrace.

...if you would like to have a cocktail drink while relaxing in the water...
You have to visit the pools in Nečujam... an interesting combination of a counter and a pool in night hours above underwater lights...

...when you have the island underneath yourself...
you have to visit Vela Straža, top of the island. It is on 236m of altitude above sea near Gornje Selo.
You can come to the graveyard walking or by car, and then there is a 15 minutes pleasant walk along a forest path.
There is a beautiful view from the top to the neighboring places and islands...

...if you enjoy riding a bike...
then the roads of Šolta are ideal for you. A pleasant ride on fresh air is really relaxing...

...when you wish to see the most beautiful sunset...
then you have to visit Maslinica in the sunset, the most western village on the island. That sunset is to remember...

...when you wish to taste a good wine or a home made olive oil...
most of the population visit their olive-groves and vineyards, they have been preparing them in their wine-cellars in the same way for centuries. Ask if someone in the neighborhood has the oil or wine to sell and take Mediterranean with you...

...if you wish to travel through time...
a walk through the old villages like Gornje, Donje and Srednje Selo (Upper, Lower and Middle Village) brings you centuries away in the past. It seems as if the clock has stopped for good.


...if you like a pleasant walk...
go through the fields of Šolta's farmers. We suggest a pleasant walk through vineyards and olive-groves of Grohote or Gornje Selo... and if you prefer walking by the sea we suggest a walk along the Nečujam bay...

...if you like playing tennis...
there is a tennis court in Stomorska with lights for night matches...



...in Split while waiting for the ferry...
if you have time before getting on the ferry, we suggest a walk through this beautiful town. The whole center of the town is 1700 years old so we believe your sightseeing will be very interesting. Visit Diocletian's cellars, Peristil, Vestibul and the climbing through the bell-tower of the St Dujam's church is unforgettable. Enjoy a great view to the open sea there. You will see two islands...the one on the right is beautiful Šolta.
Split has plenty of good restaurants and numerous cafés you can find on the main promenade – Riva. Center of the town is about 10 minutes walking distance away from the port.