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Slightly tricky walk in the heat with not loads to see but Hercules is good

Not a difficult walk for experienced walkers but not one to attempt in flip flops. Track is steep... read more

Reviewed 30 August 2016
Surrey, United Kingdom
In search of hercules

Take the bus from supetar to splitska. Either walk down the hill into the village and then walk... read more

Reviewed 21 August 2016
Northampton, United Kingdom
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4 weeks ago
“Don't bother. View photos on Google Images”
20 Sep 2017
“Not worth the long walk”
This was an export port for quarry produced stone blocks for building famous Diocletian Palace in Split, listed by the UNESCO as the World Heritage. Stones for the palace were collected in quarries Plate, Rasohe and Strazisce. In Rasohe you can see...more
Splitska bb, Supetar, Brac Island 21400, Croatia
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago

I was so excited about seeing the Roman remains, but what a waste of time. Okay, it's quite a nice walk there, but when you arrive............what a let down. There isn't much at all. Shame.

Thank Neil G
Reviewed 20 September 2017

Small quarry, poorly signed, little information. At least a 20 min walk. No parking. Poor uneven path not suitable for children or elderly.

Thank y0ungs4
Reviewed 7 September 2016

This is a nice place to visit if you are staying in Brač and I deffinetly recommend it. Nice area with reminders of some past times.

Thank Camping B
Reviewed 30 August 2016

Not a difficult walk for experienced walkers but not one to attempt in flip flops. Track is steep in places and rubbly. Not loads to see when you get there. The centre stones were overgrown with grass when we were there but it is interesting...More

Thank Siobh1970
Reviewed 24 August 2016 via mobile

The walk is relatively boring, and very steep (certainly not suitable for elderly visitors). I think the quarry is hyped up a bit and there isn't much there. It is however something to do and relatively interesting for those who have an interest in quarrying...More

1  Thank fun_games21
Reviewed 21 August 2016

Take the bus from supetar to splitska. Either walk down the hill into the village and then walk back up for the quarries on the hercules trail, or walk along the coast road, around the corner and off to the right sis the path. If...More

1  Thank Hellonophile20
Reviewed 30 July 2016 via mobile

I've been here few time on their festival "fjera". The place is so nice and bit different than other places on Brac. Bit hard to get to but rent some bike it'll be easier.

Thank Duje S
Reviewed 2 April 2016 via mobile

We walked from Supetar to Splitska to see the quarries. Splitska was cute and had the quarry (Hercules) marked well. It's nothing epic by any means but it was fun to hike and it was a beautiful day when we walked it. Please wear sturdy...More

1  Thank soucy25
Reviewed 21 September 2015

The quarry is well worth a wander up to, very picturesque path - look out for bright greeny-blue lizards on the stone walls. I was immensely disappointed NOT to see a snake, and it wasn't for lack of looking!!! The carving of Hercules is quite...More

2  Thank Sam F
Reviewed 28 May 2015

We decided to bike to the quarry on our recent trip to Supetar. Once we got to Splitska we realised that it wasn't possible to bike and walking was hard as well. The road was full of rocks and plants and difficult to climb over....More

5  Thank gudrunst
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