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A hiking tour that will make you a true Brač connoisseur. Our route begins in Postira where we will walk on the famous kogule, stone pebbles that used to pave the important Dalmatian streets in the past. Kogule are a true relic of times past that we can still experience today. Continuing through the narrow streets of Postira, we will reach Mirja, a 6th century monastery set up between two important centres of the Adriatic: Diocletian's palace in Split and Imperial quarries in Škrip, from which the Brač architectural stone was extracted. We will then move from the streets and pass through vineyards and olive groves all the way to the valley where the locals have their gardens and orchards. During one part of our hike, we will walk on the Procession Path, the Way of the Cross that has been walked for centuries during Good Friday. We strongly recommend wearing quality sports or mountain shoes, sportswear and a lot of water.
Croatia Cycling is a young team made of local people with huge expirience. Our goal is to end our tours with a smile on your face. To show you our country in most beautiful way, her history, local people and her sights.We care and look on our guests like they are a member of our family,during and after the tour so we could reach our final goal,your happiness, memories and lifetime experience.
This tour is inspired by the Way of the Cross and the pilgrimage that has a long tradition in Dol. It is not easy, but it is still a great choice for all travellers, families especially, due to it being the least tiresome of our hikes. As we embark from Dol, we join the route that has been paved in for centuries during the procession in the morning of Good Friday. From Dol, the road leads up to the church of St. Michael that oversees the village from the high central hill. This early Christian basilica dates back all the way to the 11th century. The procession continues to Velo Brdo, the devastated small church of Holy Vid, and descends into the village. Upon arriving on the viewpoint Kučac, we stop to rest and admire the unforgettable view of Dol and Postira, and then we return to Dol. We strongly recommend wearing quality sports or mountain shoes, sportswear and a lot of water. The route is 5.5 km long, and it lasts for about 2 hours.
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