|1. Golden Age: Blato - Prigradica - Blato|
The trail leads from Blato towards the north cost of the island. In the beginning of the 20th century it was export port. The agricultural production of Blato was at its peak with more then 10000 tons of wine and 300 tons of olive oil.
The waterfront with the harbour was built during the Austro-Hungarian government. Unfortunately, in 1925. the disease called phylloxera destroyed the vineyards of Blato and caused the massive emigration. There was a day in the year 1925 when 1200 people left from Prigradica to South America.
|After Prigradica the trail leads you east, by the seaside. There you will have view on the two small islands called Naplovce, and in the distance you will see the peninsula of Pelješac, the island of Hvar, and the mountain of Biokovo that is covered in snow.|