The other story of stone
Članak je uspješno poslan na upisanu adresu.
Greška prilikom slanja, molimo pokušajte ponovo.
The story of stone on the island of Brač is well known: its life in the houses, streets, and bell towers, the story of its history and tradition, the continuity of masonry and again of the stone itself. However there is another story, of stone and the island of Brač as well, which is something different and more gentle.
It originates from the centuries-old tradition of sculpture, and the stonemasonry activities of the Jakšić family, who developed the working of stone at different levels: from the creation of architectural and decorative features, to the production of unique objects and designs, and the production of souvenirs. The idea was to use everything that could be used from the excess stone left over after being worked on in the stonemasonry workshop. In the works of designer Ida Jakšić, in her souvenirs and and clothing designs, we experience recurring delight in their innovation and uniqueness, and in the way the stone always comes to life. Participate in the creative workshop, unleash your imagination and give the stone some new form of life!
Main activities / attractions : participating in creative workshops in making stone dresses and souvenirs; sightseeing tour of the island of Brač with a focus on the stone tradition; excursions to the island of Hvar, Split or Dubrovnik
Tourist packages range from 4 - 8 days. The activity programme for an 8 day package includes: Day 1: Split - Supetar; Days 2 - 7: Supetar - Donji Humac - Supetar; Day 8: Supetar - Split. Packages are available from 1 March - 31 October, for groups of between 6 - 15 people. Accommodation is provided at 3 or 4 star hotels or at private accommodation of various categories. Transport is provided by us, by bus, minibus or a van. Professional guides are available in Croatian, English, Italian, French, Spanish, and other languages upon request. All information provided is of a general character only and is not binding, and it is therefore necessary to request a final offer. Photography: I.Jakšić