In the land of ancient mysteries and stećak monuments – Stolac in Hercegovina
Winter exploring of Dalmatian hinterland, hilltop fortress of Orlić and abandoned villages
This past spring we finally managed to take the famous old road Majstorska cesta leading from Dalmatia to Lika and passing beautiful Tulove grede rock formation.
Hiking to Croatia’s highest peak . Sinjal (1831m) – is quite an experience as Dinara mountain offers stunning views and opportunity to enjoy nature at it’s wildest!
First Sunday of April brought beautiful, sunny weather and we decided to head in to the hills. This time following ancient Roman road leading from the coast all the way t the interior.
[caption id="attachment_3997" align="alignnone" width="1000"] Ancient oak tree[/caption]
As the winter is gone, Easter holidays just behind us, we are all looking forward the beauty of Spring in Dalmatia, I am publishing one last winter blog post.
[caption id="attachment_3657" align="alignnone" width="1000"] The view of Čokovac monastery and the Pašman channel[/caption]The idea was to drive the coastal route all the way to the end of Ugljan, Muline village, find a place for grill and lunch before heading back the scenic but offroad route of the “other” coast of Pašman island starting from Ždrelac.
This winter continues with beautiful weather. Perfect for hikes and exploring the sites I never visited before. It is simply amazing how many of those still are! And I keep finding new ones… After few years I knew about it, I finally got the time to get to the Lišanska gradina (Lišane hilltop fortress). It…
As the season ended, I got back to the list of places I still had to visit. Despite being small, Dalmatia hides many riches and amazing places, unexpected views, historic and natural heritage. One of the places I had in mind for a while was the canyon on the northern shore of Vransko jezero. Vransko jezero is…