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
relief
flora and fauna
art
monuments
interesting facts



Throughout its rich history Šolta was being conquered, defended, attacked by pirates and discovered by artists. Whether a conqueror, villager or an artist – each of them left a trace of his age. From prehistoric period, antiquity and old Christian period to after-war period – each of these periods left a trace in Šolta’s stone in order to tell us a story of the past times.

Localities and finds

  • Gradac
    - prehistoric hill-fort
  • Mirine west of Donjeg Sela
    - remains of villae rusticae
    - remains of the walls from antiquity near Donje Selo
    locality "Pod Mihovil"
  • Grohote
    - covers of ancient sarcophagi in front of the parish church
    - a part of an ancient sarcophagus in the parish house
    - old Christian sarcophagus in an old field
    - remains of an old Christian basilica
    - baptismal font of a basilica and other remains
    - chapel in the wall
  • Rogač
    - Banje - capital from the late antiquity period
    - remains of villae rusticae
  • Nečujam
    - ancient grave
    - St. Peter’s ruins
    - memorial house of Marko Marulić
  • Stipanska
    - remains of an old Christian basilica
  • Gornje Selo
    - remains of a building from the late antiquity period
    - cover of an ancient sarcophagus locality "Stomorija"
  • Sv. Jele
    - old Christian sarcophagus
  • Maslinica
    - the castle of the Marchi family from 1706.


Gornje Selo
remains of a building from the late antiquity period

"Stomorija" locality
cover of an ancient sarcophagus
   


Grohote
remains of an old Christian basilica


Grohote
baptismal font of a basilica and other remains
   

Sv. Jele
old Christian sarcophagus
Nečujam
St. Peter’s ruins
   

Maslinica
the castle of the Marchi family from 1706.

Nečujam
memorial house of Marko Marulić
   

Grohote
chapel in the wall

Shrine for the victims of World War II