Uninhabited island Bavljenac is only half a kilometer long and covers area of 0.14 square km. But if connected together all the stone walls on the island would make as much as 23 km of straight line. All the walls are built by hand, mostly in the 19th century during the golden era of Dalmatian wine production. The grapevine in Dalmatia likes rocky soil with lot of sun and lack of rain. Bavljenac is ideal for that and you can easily imagine how it looked like when it was completely planted with grapevine. There are more than 105 registered properties on the island, basically all of them owned by people from a bigger nearby island Kaprije. There are no piers or safe harbors on Bavljenac.
Today unfortunately there are no vineyards on the island. Only the old stone walls that remind us of a hard work our ancestors did to make a living.
And just recently Bavljenac was nominated as a UNESCO cultural heritage site.