Gornje Selo


Gornje Selo is a small place located at just over a hundred meters above sea level and is a typical example of Mediterranean architecture that looks protectively at the rest of the island.
Apart from the typical architecture, the ambient value of the village is the whole settlement with the church bell tower, which dominates in all views, even the sea one, seen from the Vis Channel.

Due to the fertile field and the proximity of the bays on the south side, the inhabitants of this place have always been farmers, winegrowers, olive growers and fishermen.
Today, walking through this small village of typical Dalmatian architecture, you can find originally renovated houses, a real Dalmatian tavern and an indispensable part of the tourist offer, family farms and an oil mill, where you can delight your palate with award-winning flavors of oil, wine, olives and liqueurs.

№478 in locations of Croatia

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