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2. Detalj južnog bedema – Section of the southern walls.JPG


The ancient settlement of Siculi is located by the stream Resnik, near Trogir. After several years of archaeological research, it was determined that the settlement’s remains date from the Hellenistic to the Late Antique period. The settlement is spread over an area of 36,000 m2 near the water-rich estuary of Resnik, on the spot where the road that would have lead from Salona to Tragurium branched off towards the hinterland. The oldest bone and stone finds in the Resnik river bed date back to the early Paleolithic (200,000 years BCE) while the region around Resnik had been inhabited in the Mesolithic and the Neolithic, as is evidenced by numerous discoveries of pottery and bones. Underwater archaeological research uncovered the remains of a wharf and settlement from the 2nd and 1st centuries BCE as well as the remains of the later phases of the settlement and wharf from the 1st to 5th centuries CE. The period of Greek colonization of the area from the 3rd to the 1st century BCE is by far the best researched thanks to the remains of a wharf on the seabed and the ruins of a walled settlement on land.  

Diving permitted only if approved by the Ministry of Culture  

It is planned to open a site for diving in the near future, and diving will be allowed only through authorized diving centers.


Visibility: good

Depth: 1 - 5 meters

Sea currents: weak

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