Church of St. Martin

Church of St. Martin was built on the hill between Bobovišća and Milna in a strategically important position with the view of the waters from Split Gates to islands Hvar and Vis.

This single-nave church with a semicircular apse and its proportions and shape embodies the qualities of mature pre-Romanesque design. The simple stone façade at the top has a triangular gable dating from the 14th century. The church features a semicircular ceiling, and the walls are divided by wide shallow niches.

Above the altar is a Renaissance stone relief, from the workshop of Niccolo Fiorentino, with the depiction of St. Martin on horseback with a beggar.

Church of St. Martin is a protected cultural heritage of the Republic of Croatia.


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