Agriculture site near etno village Humac and Grapcva cave on Hvar Island
The site is located one the top plateu in the middle of the Hvar island at about 400 m above sea level, 800 m from the main island road D- 116 Jelsa – Sućuraj and 30 minutes driving from the main ferry port in Stari Grad. Clossest settlement on the esat side is Poljica (4 km) and on the west side is Jelsa (10 km.)
The site overlooks southern coast of the Hvar island and offers views on the island Šćedro, north western side of the Korčula island and Western part of the Pelješac penninsula.
Vechile acces to the site is trough a well maintaned dirt road which is extension of the paved road which ends next to the Humac ethno village about 100 m away.
Acces to the individual plots within the Grapčeva špilja site is footpath. In adition, since a cave containing ramains of a Neolithic settlment is located on the property Grapceva Spilja (cave) one of the most important arheological locations in Croatia with remains of human cultore from the Nolitic times, is located in the middle of the subject site.