Srednje Selo is a small place, according to the earliest records originated in the Middle Ages and has no ancient continuity.
It is located along the road between Grohot and Donji Selo and, similar to Donje, it was built on the gentle slopes of the northern edge of Sridnje polje. Today, the smallest and least populated place on the island of Sholta, was once the place of farmers, olive growers and vineyards who cultivated the land every day on the Sholta field that stretches below the place. Densely spaced stone houses and an abandoned old school tell of some bygone times when a large number of people lived in this place. Similar to other villages, irregularly arranged cobbled streets close residential complexes. Several complexes, among which Purtić and Lukin dvor stand out, have a significant ambient value and are a great place to immortalize with photography.
№592 in locations of Croatia