The Island of Brac is among the most beloved destinations on Croatian coast. Having thousands of sunny hours per year, it is a place for those who like bright days wth lost of golden sunrays. The Town of Supetar can be found in the heart of this Mediterranean haven, an old settlement that can be reached by a ferry ride from the mainland.
Supetar is very vivid during peak tourist season, but being located on the island does provide some seclusion and spares visitors from dense crowds. The locals have invested a lot of effort to provide top accommodation options, while plenty of beaches and natural sites assure a vacation well-spent.
Supetar has some unique features as a destination, such as an old stone quarry called Rasohe which contributed to building Diocletian’s Palace in Split. Its cemetery has exhibits of Ivan Rendic and Tomo Rosandic, two noable Croatian sculptors whose art everyone will value.
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