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Nečujam is the most recently formed village on the Island Šolta, and according to many, the most beautiful bay on the island. In actuality, it is a sequence of bays: Bok Supetra, Šumpjivina, Podkamenica, Maslinica, Tiha, Bok od rata, Piškera, and Supetar. There are located smaller houses, boats, and beaches. The bays stretch 1.8 km total in distance and they are up to 1.2 km wide. Nečujam is located on the north side of the island, and it is separated from Spilt by less than 9 miles of beautiful blue Adriatic Sea.
First thing you will notice in Nečujam is a specious pebble beach with clear sea and dense pine forest that provides comfortable shade during hot summer days. Nature made sure that every part of this place and the surrounding bays are little piece of heaven for swimming and relaxing.
In the center of Nečujam there is the only closed type disco club on the island that kept all the features of the first popular disco clubs – big disco ball, light and smoke effects, and great relaxing fun for inhabitants and the guests from all parts of the island. Exactly here many friendships and first love happened, so there is almost no guest or inhabitant who does not have a special memory to this place.
Caesar Diocletian who lived nearby in his palace (nowadays core of the city Split) had been using the smallest bay as his fish bond in 4th century. That's way this bay nowadays has name Piškera (in Italian pescare is fishing), and the remains are still there at the bottom of the sea. Back then it took 7-8 hours of rowing to get to Split from Nečujam, and nowadays it takes merely 15 - 20 min by speed boat. Since those times, Nečujam has been only a vacation destination and not for work. In 14th century in Piškera salterns were built that left behind healing mud. The ruin of middle ages chapel St. Peter dates to15th century. By the chapel there is a house that used to belong to Dujmo Balistrilić from Split and in which Marko Marulić (the father of the Croatian Renaissance) used to live. However, frequent pirates attacks made Marko move back to Split. After Marko's death a poet Petar Hektorović moves to Nečujam from Hvar, and he describes it in his most famous literary work ''Ribanje i ribarsko prigovaranje''.
However, one thing has been unchanged during the centuries, and that is the name of Nečujam. Latin name Vallis surdaor deaf bay comes from the size of Nečujam bay that is capable of hiding every sound and turning it into just a tiny whisper....
Maslinica is the only village and port on the western coast of the island Solta . Southern side of the bay Maslinica has beautiful landscape with pine trees and hidden rocky beaches, and in front of the bay is an archipelago of seven small islands. On the largest of them, Stipanska, an early Christian basilica was built in 5the and 6th century, and in the Middle Ages Benedictine monastery was built whose remains can still be seen nowadays .
Maslinica began to populate in the 1703rd when an aristocratic family Marchi asked an approval from a Venetian governor for the establishment of a new settlement and for the construction of a castle with towers for defense of frequent pirate attacks. Martinis-Marchi castle is now converted into a luxury accommodation and restaurant "Conte Alberti". Around this baroque castle the fishing village with a picturesque stone houses was built. The inhabitants were mainly engaged in fishing and agriculture, while nowadays they are turning more and more towards hospitality.
As a tourist destination, Maslinica draws lovers of nature, beaches and clear waters. Recently it is often visited by cyclists, rowers, boaters, as well as the lovers of diving, sport fishing and hunting.
Nowadays Maslinica is an attractive tourist mecca, and it has received a national award as the best tourist place up to 1,000 inhabitants on the Adriatic. Here you will experience the most beautiful sunsets on the island. Navigators are attracted by one of the most beautiful Adriatic anchorages - Sesula bay, which is located next to the Maslinica bay. At the edge of the bay during high and low season there two restaurants with a great variety of fish, located twenty minutes walking distance from the center of Maslinica. In the center there are also four restaurants that offer grilled fish and meat or traditional “peka“ ( a baked dish made in a pot or a tray that is put into the embers of a fireplace), but also few traditional Soltan dishes .
The swimming season lasts from May 1st to the Halloween (All Saints Day in Croatia- 31.10 . ). You will preferably swim and sunbathe at pebble beach Punta in Tepli Bok . You can even choose between the many hidden beaches or rocky plateau on the islands Saskinja ( FKK ) or Polebrnjak . After the season, the residents of Maslinica retreat in surrounding olive groves for the olive harvest . Experience with them olive harvest by hands in the traditional way!
For kayakers interesting is a ride around seven islands in front of Maslinica or to nearby beautiful bays, and for bikers or joggers there are hills around the olive groves, with both mild and steep slopes, or riding the paved roads to the old villages in the interior of the island .
On the edge of Solta's field at the intersection of the road connecting the two most distant places on the island, Stomorska and Maslinica, and leading to the port Rogač, village Grohote is situated. The oldest and largest town on the island has always been just as it is nowadays the economic and administrative center of the island, although the locals were predominantly lime makers, farmers and fishermen. The way of life on the island through history is authentically presented in some scenes of the famous Croatian television series Velo misto, whose shooting was largely done in Grohote. In the narrow streets here grew up some of the most famous Croatian painters such as Eugen Buktenica, Marin Kalajzić, Dinko Sule, and Vicko Buktenica.
Donje Selo / Srednje Selo
On the northwestern edge of the village Srednje selo there is a small settlement that has characteristic look found on the Dalmatian islands and the Mediterranean. Traces of life in this area date to antique times, and in the area of the hill Gradina the walls of a rectangular building with a floor mosaic were found.
As Donje selo is located on the edge of the road that connects port Maslinica with the west of the island, and through it passes a rural road that leads to the beautiful bay Donja Krušica, the locals besides agriculture practiced fishing as well. Nowadays Donja Krušica is a little tourist place which every year counts more and more tourists.
Srednje Selo is situated along the road between Grohote and Donje selo. The smallest and nowadays the least populated place once was the home of the farmers, olive growers and winegrowers who farmed the land daily on Soltan field that stretches beneath the village. Densely spaced stone houses and the abandoned old school tell the story about the old times when this place was highly populated....
Gornje Selo / Gornja Krušica
Gornje Selo is a small village, a typical example of Mediterranean architecture with over 100 meters above sea level protectively watching the rest of the island. Due to the fertile fields and proximity to the bays on the south side of the island, the locals here have always been farmers, winegrowers, olive growers and fishermen.
Nowadays the locals here are one of the few on the island that managed to turn tradition and agriculture into a tourist offer. Successful family-owned farms and oil refinery opened for tourist visits are part of the unique island offer, and can be found only in the Gornje selo , allowing guests to get acquainted with indigenous Šolta kind of wine, products from local olives, and try traditional dishes of our ancestors.
Gornja Krušica is a small fishing village with old stone houses and newly built homes in which private accommodations are offered. It is located on the north side of the island Solta at the bottom of the bay that is opened to the east. The nearest bigger village to Gornja Krušica is Stomorska that can be reached by road and sea. The village has a small harbor where locals doc their boats. The village has no restaurants or shops, so if you want to spend your holiday in one of the apartments in Gornja Krušica you can count on an oasis of peace and beautiful nature....
Donja Krušica is a small fishing village situated in a bay on the north side of Solta. A narrow road from Donje selo leads to Donja Krušica, which can be reached on foot or by car. The village has small and shallow harbor full of the fishing boats of the locals. The village has no shops or restaurants. It is ideal for tourists who are looking for the authentic architecture of the Dalmatian islands or the preserved wilderness, so if you want to spend your holiday in one of the apartments in Donja Krušica you can count on an oasis of peace and beautiful nature.
This first settlement of the Soltan residents on the coast ( 17th century ), it still possesses charm and idyll of fishing and maritime village, which is noticeable by the original stone facades of buildings in the old part of the village. Quite a few of these buildings are preserved , many restored with much affection, and arranged in rows around Stomorska bay.
Here the events are happening in a slow pace. It seems that even the busy summer cannot change this tranquility since tourists gladly surrender to this relaxed coexistence of generations. Friendly residents will kindly return the morning greeting of newcomers in a spacious waterfront.
Even when it becomes lively and colorful from spring to fall, and when many yachts occupy the waterfront , everyone can find a place for themselves according to their preference for walking , sightseeing, or relaxing. Sailors, residents, guests and visitors welcome the first morning hours in a quite relaxing fashion.
While fishing today represents more of a hobby than a profession, a love for the sea is felt in every aspect of everyday life of Stomorska’s residents. Thus, the small fishing boats bob on the waves all year round, accompanying the large yachts tightly moored in the summer.
Sometimes it seems that the time has stopped, or at least it does not play any important role. People are looking forward to the simple pleasures of life, which of course is contagious and you will not want to resist it either.
Although small in size, Stomorska provides everything residents and guests need in daily life. Here you will find two small shops, a post office , dozens of restaurants, a beach bar, rent a bike or scooter, outdoor tennis court with lights, scuba diving, and boat tours of your choice.
Almost the entire coastline (except for the port area ) could be described as a beach, so you will not have trouble finding your little private place on interesting flat rocks or gravel beaches within a walking distance. Swimming and diving here are first-class pleasure, thanks to the transparency and purity of the sea ....
Rogač is a main port on the island Šolta and it is actually the combination of three smaller bays : Kasjun, Banja and Rogač. Kasjun Bay is located west of the pier. It is ideal for guests looking for privacy and tranquility, and beautiful pine forest provides shade in the hot summer days. Spacious beach, EUROCLUB, and many fun sea activities converted bay Banja into a large summer playground for children. Bay Rogač is the central bay, and it has a dock for ferries and catamaran. There is also a charter base and a spacious central beach. At the time of ferry arrivals and departures, especially in summer, Rogač is packed with guests and locals who are rushing to their destinations. In Rogač there is the only gas station on the island and the harbor master's office .
Thanks to its beautiful nature, beaches, position, and excellent transport connections, Rogač has become a destination in itself. It is ideal if you want to explore the whole island during your vacation, and yet be close to a beautiful beach with crystal clear sea, nature and silence since there are no night clubs nearby. After morning coffee and the rush during ferry peak hours, you can visit the farmers' market in Grohote which is located only two kilometers from Rogač.
You can go to local tourist agencies and decide what you want to do that day - rent a boat , scooter , go on a trip or visit a family farm. You can also visit the collection of ethnographic objects exposed in the house of Nicholas Mateljan.
The town was established as a port for Grohote in late eighteenth century and in the beginning there were only fishing huts and taverns there. At the location Banje the remains of a Roman '' villa rustica'' from ancient times were discovered. The remains dating to 3rd - 4th century were discovered with walls of thermae, and fragments of mosaics and tombs. On the northwest side of the bay the walls have been observed in the sea, which probably belonged to an ancient pier .
In the nineteenth century, church of St. Theresa of Avila was built in the middle of the bay, and somewhat later '' kažela '' was built for disinfection of vessels and storage of fishing ne . In the late nineteenth century the Mladinov family built their country house with small gardens and pine trees. In 1920s. a small shipyard was established, which is nowadays operated by the family third generation.