Milna travel guide
A delightful town around a sheltered bay popular with yachtsmen. Villas here have views over the harbour and beaches a short walk away
Milna is the safest harbour on the island of Brac
, for centuries welcoming sailors and yachtsmen coming from Split
across the sea and now boasting two excellent marinas. It is on the north-west side of the island, 18km from Supetar
where the Split ferry
lands. The substantial village is centred around a huge bay with a very charming harbour full of yachts and fishing boats. Smart cafes and restaurants line the harbour and there are good bakeries, shops and market. A few minutes away are several beaches you can reach on foot. Typical Mediterranean stone cottages with red roofs give Milna its classical charm, and there is also a Baroque church with paintings of Venetian masters, worth seeing. There are some great villas with pools right in Milna town, and a bit further out of town are the Osibova, Lucica and Duboka Bays where you will find grand new villas perching on the seashore among pine woodland.
village is also great to visit, with new luxurious villas as well. Water sports such as scuba-diving, sailing or fishing are available. In the summer Milna hosts a few summer fetes with song and dancing in the harbour, and a very popular “Fisherman’s Night” where you get traditional local food and music in the streets