Stomorska is 9 nautical miles distanced from Split, settled in deep bay on the island Šolta. After Nečujam, it is the most significant village on the island, thus very well connected by frequent daily boat and ferry lines with Split. Unlike most other villages and small towns in Dalmatian islands, Stomorska has lively days and nights; great tourist offer supported by numerous restaurants, pizzerias and night bars. Holiday accommodation is reflected in the large number of private apartments and rooms, fully equipped to make you feel pleasant and content. The main occupation of people of Stomorska was navigation. Stomorska was first mentioned in 17th century and it had one of the biggest fleets on Adriatic. The boats of the fleet were shipping vine and lime. Today those big wooden sailing ships represent the biggest tourist fleet in Croatia and drive our guests all over Adriatic. Their attractiveness isn’t just in the way they look, but in the kindness and joy of their captains and crew. Today in Stomorska lives less than 200 people, but they are well know of their hospitality and heart. Stomorska is also a place where you’ll easily find fun; local summer festivities with an accent on fishermen customs are common. Fresh fish and fish specialties are something every restaurant and house in Stomorska is proud of. There is a big fish farm breeding sea basses and gold fishes. Picturesque port, with maintained tame beach in the center of the village, is surrounded by beautiful intimate coves bathed with clean sea and sheltered by dense pine forest.