Kastel stafilic is a settlement within the town of Kashtela and is one of the seven Dalmatian Kashtela in a row along the Kashtela Bay. It is located at the very end of the series, towards Trogir.In the area of Kastel stafilic we find traces of a Neanderthal in Muja's cave. The Illyrians also left their mark, building forts in the area of Bijach. In the area of Resnik there was a Hellenistic port, in the same place the Romans built their port and founded a settlement of Romanveteran Sikuli.In the western part of Kastel stafilic there is the Nehaj tower, which was built in 1548. began to build Ljudevit and Ivan Lodi. The tower was built to the upper thresholds of the first floor windows. The works stopped after the death of the Lodi brothers, and as they had no male descendants, the daughters and sons-in-law gave up the construction. The Nehaj Tower, although unfinished, captures the eyes of artists, poets and tourists. Sometimes at high tide it looks like it is sailing the sea.
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