Nerežišća preserved its rich history - which goes back to 1000 after J. - C. - where it was the capital of the island, a picturesque architecture. In Nerežišća, and in its surroundings, some interesting small churches with remarkable stone low-reliefs are.
The Palace of the Vice-chancellor (Knežev Dvor)
The Palace of the Vice-chancellor was on the place located opposite the current school, close to the church Our-Lady. It understood the apartments of the vice-chancellor, an office of the writings and a town hall. In 1431, a new palace was built beside old. There were a turn of the clock and a stone base, for the pole of the flag, decorated of an engraving of the winged lion of Venice. The palace disappeared but this base is preserved in the north-western angle of the place.
The Church Our-Lady-of-Mount-Carmel (Crkva Gospe od Karmela)
The parish church Our Lady is mentioned as of the 13th century; she was increased with 15th and 16th centuries. The old church of styles Gothic and Rebirth, took its full measurement during second half of the 18th century like building baroque. Only the central part of the frontage, with the rivet washer, and the steles of the central nave are preserved old building. Its frontage is the work of the Master I. Macanović. The characters baroques appear in the arrangement of the three shaped gates and the two decorative rivet washers on the sides.
The church Our-Lady-of-Mount-Carmel contains many works of art of value, of which the retable of “Our Lady of the Rosary” painted by C. Ridolfi (1594-1658), a pupil of Palma the Young person.
The Chapel Holy-Marguerite (Crkva Sveta Margarita)
The small chapel Holy-Marguerite probably dates from the end of the 14th century or the beginning of the 15th century.
The Chapel Saint Peter-and-Paul (Crkvica Sv. Petra I Pavla)
The chapel Saint Peter-and-Paul is noticed by the presence of a small pine growing between the roofing stones of the roof of its semicircular apse. This tree would be old of more than one century, but, because as of adverse conditions with its growth, preserves a small size, a such natural bonzaï.
The chapel was built at the end of the 14th century on a Romance basis, with some Gothic additions. It conceals a low-relief of stone furnace bridge representing a “Virgin with the Child”, works of the sculptor Nikola Lazanić.
The Chapel Saint-Jacob (Crkva Sveti Jakov)
In the Saint-Jacob vault, located on the old way of Dračevica, is a low-relief baroque out of white stone on a yellowish marble base. The low-relief represents the Virgin and the child with the saints Philippe and Jacques.
The Chapel Saint George
The chapel Saint George is drawn up on a rock of the hill Saint George (Brdo Jurjevo). It shelters one of most beautiful Renaissance low-reliefs the representing the young knight Georges, assembled on a horse, killing with its lance a dragon which leaves a cave. The author of this low-relief, would be a Master-sculptor of the 16th century originating in Brač, Nikola Lazanić.
The Chapel of the Holy Trinity
The chapel of the Holy Trinity is located on the right roadside of Supetar. It is much more modest than the others and was probably built at the 12th century.
The Saint Nicholas Vault
The Saint Nicholas vault, located in the cemetery, present of the Gothic characters such as the gothic arch of its Dalmatian bell-tower and its Gothic vault.