Church of St. Martin was built on the hill between Bobovisca and Milne on the strategic important area to allow inspection of the Split archipelago door to Hvar and Vis. The one-nave church with a semicircular apse on proportion and design shows the characteristics of mature pre-Romanesque. Just a stone facade on top of a brick distaff with triangular gable from the 14th century. The church was vaulted barrel vault without flange, and the walls are broken down wide shallow niches. Above the altar is a Renaissance stone relief, work of Nicholas of Florence, depicting St. Martin on horseback and beggars.