Krušovica and podhumlje
You can park your vehicle in the area close to the small church of St. Nicholas at the entrance to Podhumlje.
If you head in the direction of Podšpilje, after around two hundred meters, you will see a wooden sign indicating Lokva–Krušovica on your right.
Lokva, a Neolithic pool for the collection of clay, located in the pine-tree forest on top of the hill is around ten minutes away from the road along the goat path in a southerly direction.
It has been preserved in incredibly good shape although it is several thousand years old.
If you come out from the forest to the lookout, an excellent view over another Illyrian building – Vela Gomila - will appear before you.