The remains of the Wind Mill (690 m) originate from the second half of the 19th century. They can be reached by marked hiking trail (10 min) from the road for Krusevice. Jefto Radovic, from nearby Kruševica, made the only wind mill in Boka in order to grind grain without crossing the Turkish-Austrian border, descending to Boka. In the sense of construction, the mill has characteristics of the eastern Adriatic windmills, while its mechanism was made on the basis of Romanian windmills, with which Radovic met during his work of one of the Romanian counts.
The rural unit of Krusevice (650 m) is a typical example of the Dinaric village. The old stone building prevails with a set of houses situated on the edge of a picturesque karst field.