In the inland of the island Brač, at the end of a valley field with mandarine and kiwi orchards, lies the village Dol. One of the oldest settlements on Brač, built of stone on barren rock to preserve the scarce fields of fertile soil, it has also preserved its original architecture. Although close to frequent tourist destinations, it remains peaceful and offers its rare visitors a comfortable rest from summer's haze, mosquitos and noise. The village also holds arguably the finest "konoba" (small Mediterranean restaurant) in all of the island, allowing you to explore traditional gastronomy of the area. The valley is most atractive during the autumn, when the mandarine and kiwi trees bear fruit.
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