If you take a walk through the old part of the village, you will feel as if you return to the past times. Moored boats rest around a small bridge from which a number of families greeted their seamen but also eagerly awaited them to come back. Streets paved by pebble stones called kogule with their shapes give honour to local masters, treating them by the fact that they lead to the holiest place - the parish church. Here at Pjaca (square) people danced, sang and watched each other. Closed shutters of the noble houses even today hide secrets about the love meetings succeeded when people came to take water from local fresh water tap, whilst from stone benches games, laughter, quarrels and chatters resound. This small Dalmatian square particularly shines during the fair (fjera) and other holidays as well. A special impression is given by the old tiled roofs which can be seen on the way to the sea, not only for their traditional way of construction, but for the supernatural beings that are believed to have lived in the attics. Macić, vukodlak, marinorgo, as well as fairies will tickle your imagination, particularly if stories about them you hear from the local tellers.

Do not miss the narrowest street called “Let me pass” in Škarić courts, where a large number of konobe (taverns) is located at one place. Friendly hosts will willingly open them and show you what they are proud of.

*kogule– pebble stones used in Dalmatia to pave streets