Kali is the place of the most famous fishermen on the Adriatic, who have shown their fishing abilities and seamanship on the world’s seas. It is exceptionally particular because of the two little harbors that are full of fishing-boats and fishermen who are on the pier, occupied with patching up their fishing nets.
Kali is also known for the speech that is being used there, which is full of diphthongs, olive growing, fishing and general life on and by the sea, and people full of temperament, who fill many of their friends with enthusiasm. The old core of the town consisting of little narrow streets and houses made of stone in the Dalmatian style, is situated on a hill, from where one can see a beautiful view of the surrounding area.
Above everything there is a belfry of the baroque church of St. Lawrence, the patron saint of Kali. With St. Lawrence as their patron saint, each year in August a famous “Fishermen’s feast” is being held in his honor both for the tourists and the natives.
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