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This site is a must see for those who really want to experience what local life in Hvar was truly like. You will see a side of the island and culture that is drastically different from what you experience in the Town Hvar (albeit just...More
Although its abandoned it has a tranquil air. The valley it is nestled into is very pretty and in a way remnds me of landscape home in Wales. We did yoga in a flat area and the environment felt just right.
This was part of our tour, and we had the place to ourselves. Quiet, peaceful, very interesting. Much of the towns was in ruins except for the church and two houses that are being reoccupied. Very picturesque, a photographer's delight.
Malo Grablje was one of the stops on a 4x4 Jeep Safari tour that I was on. Our tour guide made the village come alive. He told us about the rain water collection system, the old olive press, Most interesting was his description of how...More
Where oh where has the lavendar gone ?
One of the reasons for my visit to the island of Hvar .....aside from unwinding in one of the most charming of Adriatic towns .... think of a small slice of Venice combined with a Greek Island...More
I visited Malo Grablje with my Mom recently and was completely charmed by the village. We had visited Stari Grad, Vrboska and Jelsa in the afternoon and arrived at the abandoned village at dusk. Fortunately we had secured the services of a tour guide, which...More
We visited Malo Grablje, an abandoned village, as part of a 4x4 tour. It was a key highlight of the tour for me and I really enjoyed wandering around the place. I'm glad we went there with a guide as it gave us more of...More