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Milna Brac

The island of Brac - known as the sunny island - is one of the most picturesque in Croatia. Away from the coast, the landscape of the island’s interior is starkly beautiful, dotted with olive groves, vineyards and citrus trees. The island is a major source of prized white limestone, some of which was used in the construction of the White House.

On the south coast of the island is the mountain of Vidova Gora, which at 778 metres (2552 feet) is the highest on any of the Adriatic islands.  On a clear day, those who manage the climb to the top may be rewarded with views all the way across the sea to Italy. The harbour at Milna on the west coast is the most sheltered on the island and was the base of the Russian Adriatic fleet in 1807. Before that, it was an important harbour for the Venetian fleet.  It’s a delightful, picture-postcard port that curves around a deep bay, with a few cafes and restaurants along the harbour-front and the narrow streets of the old village climbing up the hill from the shore.

Milna is a good place to leave your boat whilst catching the ferry to Split, or exploring the island of Brac.  The beach at Bol, a fishing village on the south coast, is spectacular and there are other attractive beaches at Supetar on the north coast. The island of Brac has excellent watersports facilities and those who like to snorkel and scuba-dive will find plenty of opportunities to explore the underwater life of the island. Bol is also renowned for its nightlife.



  • Milna has two marinas. Moor as directed by marina staff, bow or stern-to on the main quay is preferable to the quay opposite the fish cannery – the ACI and Vlaska.

To Do:

  • Climb Vidova Gora
  • Visit the spectacular beach at Bol
  • Snorkelling and scuba-diving


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