Potkop Krušica

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Location: 21423, Nerežišća, island Brač.
(43.2813980, 16.5076201)
Open: no restrictions.
Fee: free.
Classification: SubterraneaWorld War II Bunker
Light: bring torch
Dimension: L=80 m, D=10 m.
Guided tours: self guided
Photography: allowed
Accessibility: no
Address: Potkop Krušica.
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Potkop Krušica (Krušica Bunker) and Potkop Smrka (Smrka Bunker) are two submarine bunkers located on the island Brač. Both were built in World War II and were later used by the Yugoslavian army. Since the 1990s decommissioned they are now freely accessible and used by local fishermen and as a tourist destination. The 80 m long tunnels are filled with seawater 10 m deep. As both are quite identical, it is sufficient to visit one of them. With boats, it makes no difference, but with a car it is easier to visit Smrka Bunker, as it is located only 50 m below the coastal road 67236.