The official site of the Tourist Board Split-Dalmatia County
Trail info
Length2.50 km
Elevation227 m
Asphalt: 0.80 km
Macadam: 1.70 km
Bottom elevation3 m
Top elevation227 m
Start pointMilna
End pointChurch of St. Martin


Brač belongs to the group of Mediterranean islands that stand out for their large number of well-preserved churches from the Early Middle Ages (9th-12th century). One of the sacral monuments from this period located on the western side of the island is the Church of St. Martin, which features a valuable altar stone relief from the 15th century depicting the Virgin and Child and a scene from the life of St. Martin as he shares his cloak with a beggar in the form of Christ. The church is located in an elevated position south of Gornja Bobovišća, towards Milna. This location offers a view of the sea route through the straits of the Split Gates (Splitska Vrata) and the waters between the islands of Hvar, Brač and Šolta.

  • Start 43º 19’ 35.609” N / 16º 26’ 54.676” E
    In front of the Parish Church of Our Lady of the Annunciation on the Riva, head along the western side of the Riva
  • 0.25 km turn right next to the school and then right again into Sridnja Kala Street
  • 0.35 km turn left into Rudinica Street
  • 0.55 km next to the cross, turn right uphill onto the concrete
  • 0.82 km cross the street and continue uphill along the gravel path
  • 1.81 km lime kiln
  • 2.00 km at the crossroads, continue straight towards the crossing
  • 2.03 km cross the road and continue along the gravel path
  • 2.23 km turn right from the gravel path onto the trail
  • 2.50 km Church of St. Martin

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