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Parks and nature in Slatine

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“Restaurant and cafe on the Beach Pizzas & cocktails Traditional Croation Grilled meat / seafood platter Wine Kid friendly they have Gelato”
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“If you want to explore some of Croatia’s more untouched beaches, this is your beach – Kava Beach is about 1km past the pretty fishing village of Slatine Bay, on the eastern end of Ciovo Island. It’s quite off the beaten track and not at all built up, and the road is a bit rough but it’s a gorgeous spot once you get there. Do make sure to take drinks and food with you as this isn’t a commercialized beach and there is only one cafe serving drinks and fast food. You can stop in Slatine Bay for coffee or lunch if you’d rather and if you are staying in Slatine, it’s worth knowing that you can also take the water taxi ferry to Trogir or into Split which does rather open up your options for lunch or dinner somewhat!”
  • 2 locals recommend
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“Our lady of Prizidnice is the ‘‘keeper of our sea and sailors’’. In the 16th century, priests from Poljica chose a desolate point on the steep cliffs on the island of Čiovo and built a shrine dedicated to the Immaculate Conception. Above the entrance carved in the wall are two stone tablets bearing witness to its history. Juraj Stoidražić, a hermit priest, who arrived in 1546 and built this temple, making the place a safe haven for hermit priests who dedicated their lives to prayer and penance. The church today is uninhabited and is located on the south-east end of the island on a cliff above the sea. Only four times a year a pilgrimage is held in the church where locals come to hear the mass. From here you can see the islands Brač and Šolta. It provides the best location for gazing at the sun while it is rising or setting.”
  • 13 locals recommend