Brač      (+385-) 091 516 46 71     02 Jun 2022
Blaca is perhaps the most stunning sight on the Brač, and is certainly among the most incredible cultural monuments on the Adriatic. This inhospitable rocky gorge became the home of an order of Glagolitic monks who nurtured the Croatian language using the oldest Slavic alphabet. In 2007, the complex was entered on the tentative list of UNESCO monuments of cultural heritage. The hermitage remains very close to peoples’ hearts, with a pilgrimage taking place every year on the first Saturday after the Feast of the Assumption. This is a wonderful place to visit, this is a place that puts in focus the power of human endeavour, and a place of peace and hope that strengthens the spirit. How to get here: trips are organised from Bol approaching Blaca bay from the sea, from where you have a 25 minute walk. From Nerežišća it’s a 10 minute drive to Dragovode followed by a 30 minute walk. It is a must that you bring sports attire and water to keep you hydrated.



Open 09:00 - 17:00. Closed Mon.

Price/Additional Info

Admission 40/10kn.


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