The area where this road is found under the sea is protected from the effect of big waves, because there are many islands around. Because of this, the remains of the road are still left in the sea. It is said that the width of the road was about 13 feet. It was constructed with stones. Due to the silt of the water, the place was covered with a thick layer of mud.
Researchers believe that this road was built by people who believed in the Neolithic Hvar culture. Mate Parica, an archaeologist from Croatia’s Zadar University, made a special contribution to this discovery. The university has told on social media that about 7000 years ago people used to walk on this road.
In this important discovery, along with photographers, divers, the help of many museums was taken. Archaeologists believe that the Neolithic Age began about 12,000 years ago. In some parts of the world, humans shift from hunter-gatherer life to agriculture and animal husbandry. This resulted in the formation of settlements and associated structures. Roads were also built, the remains of some of which are still being found today. This discovery is important because it tells how humans built settlements and roads over time.