In a deep valley, 2 km from the coast, there is this typical Dalmatian village Dol. It is a mix of untouched nature and human creativity giving the place its charm. Beautiful Blessed Virgin Mary’s Church with a Renaissance facade is in the village while overlooking it there are many Early Christian little churches. A small Church of St. Peter stands out with the oldest church bell on the island of Brač. What was a lively place some time ago is now a quiet rustic village ideal for those in search of small traditional places of small stone houses, village taverns with Brač lamb specialities, home-made olive oil and quality wine.