Selca is an antique village on the south part of the island Brač in the Split’s archipelago. It should not be mistaken for Selce in Crikvenica Riviera, since the first is a typical Dalmatian island community, and the other is picturesque coastal little town turned to the crowdie tourist destination. Selca on Brač is first mentioned in 12th century, although it is proud of the small Old Croatian church St. Nicola from 11th century, placed on a hill upon ancient quarry. Selca is the center of island’s sculptor activities, and the whole island Brač is well known of its stone exploration even outside Croatian borders. Thus, Selca has an intriguing and imposing pretty squares, houses, villas and monuments, which all grew up from the shinny white Brač’s stone.The village is two kilometres away from the coast, settled 114 meters above sea level. On the coast upon Selca, there are tourist zones Punitnak and Ružmarin, surrounding magical beaches Radonja, Spilice and Žirje. The ferry port Sumartin, a village where a ferry from Makarska docks, is placed next to the beaches, and Selca is well connected with the rest of the island by state roads.Beside its beauty and serenity, Selce is known of two things more, at least. The first is excellent food; small restaurants scattered across the stoned village spread aroma of fresh fish, meat, cheese, vine and honey, mostly originating from local husbandries. Many of its 900 residents, rent cosy apartments and rooms for satisfying vacation in antique environment. Another thing Selce is known of, is that guests don’t have to look further for an amusement. Selce has vivid night life, carried by a discothèque and local festivities lasting all night long.