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Visited the church having walked from nearby Cavtat. Met at the door by a lady who was custodian of the church. She was a local lady who told stories how life was like during the war in the nineties. She spoke with a passion on...More
A beautiful church in a lovely area. We watched the traditional music and dance after mass and it is well worth the visit. There is a small charge to watch the dancing, but seating is provided and most of it is in the shade of...More
Saint Nicholas Church and the folk singing and dancing to follow is certainly a gem in the beautiful region. We attended a 1000 Mass at the church and afterwards (at 1115), there was traditional singing and dancing on the church steps. During the summer, this...More
Short drive from the airport, we paid 50 Kuna each, this includes entry, small shot of the local spirit, museum entrance and traditional dance show. There's a small collection of stalls selling locally made goods, a collection of bars/coffee houses, this is a good way...More
Charming church at cilipi , following a 2.5 hr walk from Cavtat. The church & bell is central to Cilipi's large square. Quite a few useful nterpretation boards which outline the history. Should you decide to listen to the local guide story of the recent...More
We visited this large 19th century church, as part of a self-guided walk from Cavtat. The church (and bell tower) dominates Cilipi's large square and there are a number of interpretation boards which describe how it was badly damaged during the recent war.
By visiting this church you can meet a middle-aged lady, so speak good English and who enjoy sharing the terrible time during the war in the 90s. We got the story of what happened in this village, with the church and her personal experiences. Hon...More
St Nicholas Church is a large church which you can see from the D8 road passing through Cilipi. If visiting on a Sunday the tarmac sports court on the opposite side of the road is often used for parking free of charge.If you want to...More