Postira is Mediterranean town situated on the northern coast of the island of Brac. It rise from the clear blue Adriatic Sea, and climb to the hill to embrace centuries-old olive groves and pine trees, which partly replace old vines, and draw with it and to the south in the fertile valley of vineyards and Bracs mandarin.
Convenient location did from Postira port and fishing village, a fertile land provides guests homemade food and excellent vines. People are turn to the earth and sea, and the wealth of the olive groves, orchards and vineyards, local fish processing framework. Surrounded by gentle coves, pine forests, olive groves and vineyards, Postira are ideal for an unforgettable vacation. Has its own clinic, bank, post office, church and school, taxi service, restaurants and cafes, shops. Postira have their own festivals, fijere and good people who will be part of the traditional cultural and entertainment events "Postira summer, told a lovely story about the Mediterranean as it once was and make your stay even more interesting.
Postira extending its roots deep in history, as evidenced by three early Christian sites including the famous ruins of the Basilica in the shallows of Lovrecina, the bay with a source of fresh water and beautiful sandy beach.
Tourism is becoming increasingly important in Postira.Tourist offer is based on accommodation in comfortable hotels and private apartments for a quiet family holiday.
Postira, 10 km away from the ferry port in Supetar (in summer, more than 14 trips a day), they are an ideal destination for those who want to enjoy the rich cultural heritage and natural beauties of Central Dalmatia (Diocletian's Palace, Trogir, Salona, Klis, Cetina canyon ... ), relaxing at the same time the charms of a small island town. It should be mentioned, and many opportunities for walks and excursions on the island: Desert Blace, Vidova Gora, Zlatni Rat, Skrip, stonemasonry School Pucišca ....! Every place on the island of Brac has its own way interesting!
Warmth and hospitality, the immediacy of fishermen, melancholy peace streets and proximity to the cozy coves remain in a long memory.
"I was born in the town on
beach and marine channels. Before
him with more sailers &
steemships ..., on the other side
blue water far shore
sea with a long hair;
small town near the rocky,
colored green vineyards and
olive groves. "
Vladimir Nazor (1876-1949),
Angel in the belfry, 1926.