Kastela are picturesque town in central Dalmatia, in the vicinity of Split, biggest Croatian town on the coast, Trogir, a city protected by UNESCO, and Solin, known for its ancient Roman salons.
Kastela are formed from seven smaller sites connected along Bay. These are: Stafilic, Novi, Stari, Luksic, Kambelovac, Gomilica and Sucurac. Kastela are situated ten kilometers from Trogir and Split in the west to the east and are very well connected by main roads with that part of Dalmatia, but also the continental Croatian.
The Kastel Stafilic rises exceptional natural monument, old olive trees over 1500 years. It originates from southern Italy or Greece. This old olive tree (Olea Europea) is called Mastrinka by the local people.
The annual crop of olives processed into oil in a glass replicas of Greek lacrimarum used as indigenous Kastelas souvenir. Nature Monument was proclaimed in 1990.