On a slight hill with a magnificent view there is an old stone house, finished at the end of 2015, over 100 years old, with a soul and magnificent history hidden in its walls and land that its on. Peace and quiet can be experienced here.
Located between the highest Croatian mountain Dinara, beautiful Lake Peruca, mountain Svilaja and royal historic city of Knin, sunbathed and imbued with history, there are springs of Cetina. Surrounded by tranquility of the Dalmatian hinterland which is disrupted only by the occasional passer-by or a local resident. Springs of the river Cetina, which are particularly important and protected as a hydrologic natural monument since 1972, are among the most beautiful karst springs in Croatia. Attracting tourists with its amazing beauty even though they are one of the least-known tourist attractions in Croatia. The three largest sources: Batica vrilo, Vukovic vrilo and Veliko Vrilo (Glavas), who with the other numerous small springs tailor the flow of the 105 km long river Cetina. Veliko Vrilo (Glavas) with its depth of 115 m attracts attention with form and color, which is below the surface made out of white rocks and the explored and unexplored abyss of karst depths.
Here, at the beginning of the Cetina river you can experience the history of Christianity with the church of Holly Salvation (second half of the 9th century), which is one of the most valuable monuments of Croatian and Western European pre-Romanesque church architecture (early Middle Ages), and its west facade like high tower is one of the most completely preserved "westwork belfries" from that period in Croatia and this part Europe. We have to mention the Plate bridge, stone bridge on the river Cetina complex of medieval stone megaliths - stećak which were originally used as tombstones. A unique example of bridging the river, and is located close to many previously mentioned, archaeological sites. The heart of the Dalmatian hinterland hides another beautiful karst formation that hides the exceptional beauty of the underworld.
Gentelmans cave (Mileševa cave), is located above the source of the river, north of town Vrlika, and is 2480 m long. It consists of several halls and channels. The upper dry floor was occasionally inhabited in prehistoric times. Through the lower cave level flows underground flow of Cetina river, and this part is still intensively researched. The cave is located about 800 m north of the river Cetina spring Glavaš and today is explored in the length of over 2.4 km and is explored, mainly by re-diving of channels. In the cave you can see the signatures of researchers from the cave back in 1775. Above Cetina stretches mountain Dinara with the highest peak Sinjal (1831 m), situated between Sinj and Livno field, the natural border between the Croatia and Bosnia and Herzegovina. A paradise for hikers, lovers of healthy life as well as those looking for beautiful views of dry grass meadows and few traces of human presence. National park Krka. With its seven waterfalls and a total drop in altitude of 242 m, the Krka is a natural and karst phenomenon. The travertine waterfalls of the Krka River are the fundamental phenomenon of this river.
Although sheltered from the major traffic routes, noise and crowds, in a natural setting, you are still close to the historic city of Split also the largest city in Dalmatia, and Sibenik. Sibenik, oldest autochthonous Croatian town on the Adriatic coast, there is an old Croatian fort and was first mentioned in the mid 11th century, in a document of King Petar Kresimir IV., Which is why many people today call 'Kresimir's town. Split, the biggest Croatian coastal city, is a real jewel of tourism. It reveals every year more and more visitors, who visit this city rich heritage.Get the full listing »