Bogomolje is a picturesque village stretching along the road and has the same lay-out as Gdinj, i.e. several hamlets connected together. The village is interesting from an etnographical point of view, primarily because there are several threshing-floors preserved there, those of Perinova and Radasinova Glava. In the centre of the village there is a spacious square with an impressive monument to the fallen of the Second World War - a work bysculptor Joko Knezevic.
Of the rural architecture the house of Mirko Barbaric stands out, with its kitchen and typical fire place. A small baroque parish church dates from the 17th century. The population is mostly occupied with agriculture. The character and dialect(Stokavica) of the people from the mainland is evident.