The Lonely Coast
A fishing and mining village, Hosplichak sits upon the Litici Ceste, or Cliff Road, roughly equidistant from Porec Istra and Gradvuk. The village is the site of the Lonely Coast’s largest operational mine.
Several decades ago, the mine collapsed dropping a large proportion of the nearby cliffs (and a few unfortunates and their cottages) into the sea. The collapse created a large, sheltered cove in which the villagers still mine, honeycombing the cliffs with narrow passageways. The village’s fishing vessels also use the cove as a harbor. The cove is too shallow to allow deep water vessels within; many rocks lurk just beneath the surface ready to rip the hull apart of any such vessel daring entry.