Camp surroundings offer perfect set up for hiking, long walks or cycling! There are many historical landmarks located around it.
Eco Ethno Village Murvica - is situated just west from the camp. In the village you can see best examples of the old arhitecture. There are also restaurants offering unique local cousine.
Dragon's Cave - is located near village of Murvica, about seven kilometers from Bol. It is called Dragon's Cave because of the relief of dragon in it. It was a temple and dwelling of Glagolitic priests.
Reliefs in this cave are monument to monastic life of Glagolitic friars in the 15th century. Cave is 20 meters long and divided into four halls. In the first hall, there is Chapel of our Lady. Reliefs of Madonna angels, moon, dragon and others were carved into the cliff. Many scientists tried to explain the meaning of them. Most of them say that it contains elements of Slavic mythology as well as Christian iconography.
Spiritual history of people seems to be embalmed here, containing its ancient pagan creed reconciled with Christianity.
Visit to Dragon's Cave is possible only with the guide.
Stipancic Hermitage - was founded in the second half of the 15th century underneath a prominent cliff called Hib, between Bol and Murvica. From as early as the mid-15th century on sheltered spaces high over the sea the first hermitages were founded in this space by priests from Poljica and Split.
Stipancic was inhabited by Franciscan tertiaries, picokaras, pious women who belonged to a hermit community, having chosen a dedicated life distant from people and settlements, who made over all their assets to the hermitage. The little church is consecrated to the Nativity of the B. V. M. and SS. Cosmas and Damian, and the year 1477 was belatedly carved into a plaque on the facade of the church.
Draceva luka - is situated on the southern part of the island, not far from Bol and Murvica. Besides a lovely beach that is caressed by the crystal clear sea, this cove must be visited for the monastic remains dating back to the 15th century.