Above nice cove at Lučišće you can find a lot of crags and higher walls. In a big wall at the left side, if you are looking towards the cliffs, you can find one longer bolted multipitch route. But big news is a imposant cave where bolting a new spectacular climbing spot is in process.
It is a world class overhanging beast called “Ruža vjetrova”. In English it translates to “Wind rose”, a tool used by sea dwellers to graphically show the winds predominant in a location. The conditions while bolting were wild and the sector named itself.
The crag can be climbed all through the year. In summer it is in the shade until 15:30h and again later in the day. Rock is facing west-north-west. The belayers and children will be protected from the sun by canyon.


First bolting start in summer 2021.Most routes were bolted by Klemen Bečan from Slovenia and Roko Roić as a Hvar local. Many thanks to all others who helped in any way, namely Matija Baotić, Fabijan Belić, Marco Francesco Ristić, Ivan Ljubičić and Marija Marjan. Even though there is more work to be done, please be aware that you must consult with the local community before any bolting. Please respect this.


The area is access sensitive!

If you are driving from the town of Hvar, just before the tunel you will see a dirt road that leads to Sv. Nedjelja. Follow this dirt road until you see the canyon to your left. If you are driving from Jelsa take the road towards Sv. Nedjelja trough the old Pitve tunnel. In the Sv. Nedjelja village, there is a dirt road that leads to Hvar. Follow that road until you see the canyon.
Approach to the crag starts from the dirt road Hvar-Sveta Nedjelja. Park the car above cove and walk to the left for sector B ( 5 mins) or up to gully for the big cave (10-15min).
As in all cases on Hvar, you may be passing over private property to reach the crag, so be respective to the owners and leave everything as you found it.