The village of Gornji Humac is situated inland, and is one of the oldest and most prominent places in the history of the island. The villagers are mostly beekeepers or they do livestock farming, as well as cutting and selling timber. Gornji Humac is more than 8 centuries old – it was created by Neretvian people that arrived to the island in the 12th century.
There are couple of important, very important things to know about this village, so listen carefully – you must must get yourself some honey! And cheese. And vitalac. Ok, we’ve covered the basics, now onto some other important things to do and see, while you’re here. Gornji Humac prouds on their 17th century church of St. Nicholas and a stature of the saint made by acclaimed Croatian sculptor, Juraj Dalmatinac. Very beautiful is a local cemetery, if you don’t mind visiting the dark side a bit.
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