Selca is situated on the gentle slope of a hill, halfway between the sea and the plateaus in the background. The old town, with its magnificent stone buildings, enjoys stunning sea views to the east and to the mountains on the mainland beyond. Selca is in love with stone. Everything in the town is from stone to which the diligent hand of Selca’s stone masons knew how to create stone doorways, staircases, terraces, balconies, with decorative stone balustrades. The paths and yards are covered with gravel and stone slabs. Of stone are the gutter-pipes under the eaves, the sinks in the kitchens, the table surfaces, vases, and the seats in the squares and near the yard-walls the graves and the children’s toys-everything is made of stone. Stone was chosen not only because of its abundance here but also because it is durable. Hardly ever is it destroyed by bad weather, it has protected the ancient inherited buildings up to the present day. Today in Selca’s harbour of Radonja, there are more than 150 workers employed on the modern machines that produce stone blocks and marble slabs of good quality, which they bring from the neighbouring quarries. Among other things, this stone was used in the building of the United Nations Palace in New York
Tourism will inevitably knock on its door, because the evenings are fresh here and the nights more pleasant than those on the coast and the view towards the sea more beautiful from these slopes. It is irresistibly attractive and not far to reach.
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Location: Selca Type: House Price: 150.000 € (1.130.450.400.000 HRK)