The official site of the Tourist Board Split-Dalmatia County
Trail info
Length9.20 km
Elevation99 m
Asphalt: 2.90 km
Macadam: 6.30 km
Bottom elevation1 m
Top elevation99 m
Start pointSutivan
End pointSutivan


The area around Sutivan, a small town on the north-western coast of Brač, features some distinctive natural and cultural landmarks: the underwater site of an antiquity shipwreck with sarcophagi not far from the sandy cove of Likva, an important example of traditional dry stone walls, a limekiln on Timunić Beach, and Vela Lokva – the site where the inhabitants of Sutivan used to come for water during droughts. The church above Sutivan, known for its votive gifts and 19th-century model ships, is particularly interesting. It was built in 1623 and dedicated to St. Rochus for protection against the plague. Just a few steps from the church, there is the old local cemetery, which is unique on the island because of its underground tomb complex known as the Catacombs.

  • Start 43º 23’ 7.94” N / 16º 28’ 45.674” E
    On the Riva in front of Kavanjinovi Dvori; go along the Riva in a westward direction
  • 1.80 km leave the asphalt and go onto the trail; continue westwards by the sea 
  • 3.60 km turn left
  • 4.10 km continue straight uphill
  • 4.25 km turn left
  • 5.00 km go to the right, and after 50 m turn immediately left
  • 6.00 km continue straight on
  • 7.20 km turn left
  • 7.50 km continue straight on
  • 7.70 km continue straight on
  • 8.10 km continue straight on
  • 8.40 km arrival at an asphalt road and continue straight on
  • 8.55 km turn left to the cemetery (Catacombs)
  • 8.70 km from the cemetery, go into Put Sv. Roka Street and continue straight into Alojzija Stepinca Street
  • 9.10 km turn left into Perića Kala Street
  • 9.20 km the Riva in Sutivan

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