What used to be a small fisherman village on the eastern cove of Hvar Island, today is known as a notable tourist destination which offers prime summer vacation.
The beaches such as Bilina, Prapatna, Didina and Mlaska are always ready to charm their visitors with seclusion and pristine water. Meanwhile, the old churches and monasteries provide a sacral element to the settlement. This especially goes to Franciscian monastery, originally built in 9th century for monks of Augustinian order.
Visitors can also visit a local fort, built to add security for residents during past times, or have a boat excursion to neighboring Makarska Seas, Peljesac peninsula and many other.