Welcome to the site of the Tourist Board of Jelsa
What the unique, historical ‘Za Križen’ Procession means to the people who take part.
St. Lawrence’s Church is Vrboska’s parish church. It is ornately decorated with original artworks, with more fascinating pieces held in its Treasury
The most imposing building in the idyllic little town of Vrboska is the dominant fortified Church of St. Mary of Mercy
The headland close to Jelsa’s cemetery is a little known historical site where the imagination can run free re-inventing the past!
The delightful tiny Chapel of St. Luke, an oasis of isolated peace
The 16th century Church of Our Lady of Health stands on a hill above Jelsa, and is dedicated to the protection of mariners.
St. Rocco’s Chapel on the outskirts of Jelsa is a charming reminder of the importance of votive chapels to believers.
This delightful little Jelsan chapel stands in a tiny square which is the scene of many cultural events (concerts, poetry readings, playlets) during the summer season.
Jelsa’s parish church is right at the heart of the little town, with the quiet, pedestrianized ‘Cross-Bearers’ Square’ in front.