Milna is the biggest town on western shore of island Brač. 20 kilometers long road links it with Supetar, ferryboat port, and Milna itself is linked with Split by a catamaran lines. Although the biggest, it counts only about 1100 inhabitants, but they are occupied with tourism in generally. There are few hotels and numerous apartments and rooms in private accommodation where you can witness Croatian hospitality and generosity again. Milna has two marinas, since it is settled in naturally secure bay; the story goes that even Roman great ships were founding shelter in Milna’s bay when transporting material for built of Diocletian palace in 1. century. Milna was inhabited in early 17. century and it was the most important harbor on Brač till the middle of last century. Although small town on the island, Milna has urban infrastructure with post office, ambulance, stores and a machinery for fish preparation. Beside tourism, residents still cultivate their land, mainly with olives, and go fishing. Indented coast hides many intimate beaches at small coves and the submarine is fertile and plenty of fishes and mollusks. They’ll find the way onto your table to make gastronomy experience in Milna’s restaurants unforgettable. Clean bluish sea, whose temperature in summer months reaches up to 26C, deep shadow of olive and pine trees sloping over pebble beaches, are the guarantee of perfect relaxation and vacation. You can evoke rush in your blood by having one day trips to nearby villages on the island or islands around, or enjoy numerous festivities during summer with rich cultural and amusement program.