Cultural-historical heritage

Castle

Castle

The Draža family's tower. On the fertile and rich areas of the Nerezine valley stands a small solid fort, the so-called „Kaštel“.

 
Halmac - Veli i Mali Trzic

Halmac - Veli i Mali Trzic

Veli i Mali Tržić were once two separate close settlements. Their origin is unknown but Mali Trsić is probably older; St. Gaudentius was probably born here, a Benedictine monk who later, around the year 1030, became the Bishop of Osor.

 
Osorscica – mountaineering trail

Osorscica – mountaineering trail

Osoršćica – mountaineering trail. The peak of St. Mikula with its small chapel has a stunning panorama. The peak Televrin 588 m, cave St. Gaudencija and Vela Jama (Large pit).

 
Studenac Square

Studenac Square

Studenac Square has every reason to be called the heart of Nerezine. This historical, recently renovated square becomes the location of numerous shops, cafes, restaurants and one pastry shop, particularly during the summer months. The fountain (today the symbolic well) was well-known once, when the citizens took fresh water from it for their own needs.

 
Church of St Maria Magdalena

Church of St Maria Magdalena

St. Mary Magdalene is the patron saint of Nerezine. Townspeople of Nerezine first had a chapel commemorating the saint built beneath Osoršćica in the 12th century but after the town had spread to the fields of Nerezine a new church was erected in 1534 in today's location.

 
Halmac area

Halmac area

A charming hill marked by scattered houses, among the oldest in Nerezine. On its peak (108m) there was a Bronze Age castle back in ancient times. An interesting thing is a charming natural pond nearby.

 
Parish church of Our Lady of Good Health

Parish church of Our Lady of Good Health

Single nave parish church of Our Lady of Good Health was built in 1877. On the main altar is a painting of Our Lady with St. Nicholas and St. Gaudencia attributed to Palm junior.

 
The Church and Monastery of St Francis

The Church and Monastery of St Francis

It was founded by the Franciscans. The single-nave church and the adjoining monastery were built in the period from 1505 to 1513 while the renaissance church tower was built between 1590 and 1604.