The oldest and largest place on the island has always been just as it is now the economic and administrative center of the island, although the inhabitants were mostly limestone, farmers and fishermen. The center of the place consists of narrow irregular streets that enclose cottages, in partially fortified units with inner courtyards and taverns, and as such give off a rustic, old Mediterranean charm as you walk through these same cobbled streets. These valuable old examples of architecture contribute to the experience of an authentic island ambience, which is why it strives to be restored with the aim of preserving traditional island architectural values. The way of life on the island throughout history has been authentically presented in some scenes of the famous Croatian television series Velo misto, most of which was filmed in Grohote.
№340 in locations of Croatia