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Supetar is the largest town on the north side of the Dalmatian island
of Brač located in the Adriatic Sea. Supetar takes its name from Saint Peter,
which is the name's English translation. The official language is Croatian,
however most inhabitants also speak English, Italian and German. Supetar is
accessible via 45 minute ferry from the mainland city of Split. It currently
is the capital of the island with a population of 3,062.
Bol is a small town on the south of the island of Brač in the Split-Dalmatia county of Croatia, population 1,661. l is renowned for its beach the Zlatni rat. It is a promontory composed mostly of pebble rock
that shifts with the tidal movement. The water at Zlatni rat is quite
crystalline. The rocks beneath the boat that are 30 feet down they look only an arm's length away, and there are spectacular pine trees that grow down
the middle of Zlatni rat (there is a beach on either side of the horn). Bol
itself is a very popular tourist destination and has a number of harbourside
bars and restaurants.
Postira is te village is on the northern coast of the island of Brac. In the port are the hotels Vrilo and Pastura. The main activities are
fishing, agriculture, and tourism. Home products are olive oil and local
wine. Sardina d.d. company can fish producer from the high quality Adriatic
pilchard "Sardina pilchardus". Next to the harbour are the beaches
of Prvlja and Zastivanje. Beach Mala Lozna is on the east end of Postira
village and far more to the east, is the very attractive sand beach,
Lovrecina. Near Lovrecina beach are the ruins of a large early Christian
basilica from the 5th-6th century.
On the island of Brac you can find accommodation in hotels, apartments, holiday houses, luxury
villas, rooms and camp-sites.