Milna - Brač

Apartmani Babić Otok Brač

Milna lies on the western coast of the island of Brač. During the period of Venetian rule it earned its Italian name of Valle di mille navi – The Bay of Thousand Ships. The inviting coves of Milna are a favorite stopover for many of those who sail the islands of Central Dalmatia. The bay of Milna is considered the most sheltered as well as the most beautiful on the island. Even the most demanding among sailing enthusiasts will find a spot they like in any one of its 3 well-equipped marinas.

Milna’s long, beautiful seafront is adorned with stone houses; each a little piece of art and local craftsmanship in its own right. Today, Milna is a well known tourist destination and a favorite sailing harbor. Besides its historical sights, natural beauty and irresistible charm of a typical Dalmatian small town, Milna wins anyone over with healthy Mediterranean cuisine full of fresh seafood, high-quality olive oil and locally made wine. Visitors can enjoy watersports, diving, sailing or fishing..

Brač is an island in the Adriatic Sea, it is the third largest island in the Adriatic. The island is located between Split and island of Hvar. Today Brač is a famous tourist island, with rich tourist offers in summer.

Vidova Gora with its 778 m is the highest peak of the island, and the island's highest mountain peak on the Adriatic. Vidova Gora offers breathtaking view of Bol, the popular beach "Zlatni rat" and the island of Hvar.

It is located on the southern part of the island, just above Bol.

Blace (Desert Blace) is a secluded residence (hermitage), which is located about 2 km north of the eponymous bay on the south coast of the island, between Bol and Milna.