On the trails of the history of Vrboska
Because of its large number of small bridges, Vrboska is often referred to as ‘Little Venice’.
The church-fortress of St. Mary of Mercy, probably erected in 1575 and fortified by 1579, is particularly impressive.
This is one of the most striking examples of a building in the Adriatic that combines elements of both sacral and fortification architecture. But it is not only the bridges that make this small town located in a deep wooded cove in the northern part of the island of Hvar particularly significant.
Asphalt: 2.90 km
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