Postira Island of Brac
On the northern coast of the island Brač in a peaceful and picturesque bay lies a small fishing village called Postira.
It’s a little place with a big heart and a long tradition. A number of stone houses and narrow streets give a true Dalmatian atmosphere. The local people are still dealing with farmers’ work, fishing and cultivating the fields and sing some lovely old Dalmatian songs.
Nurturing its tradition and history Postira offers its tourists vacation for the mind and body and numerous restaurants and taverns with Mediterranean cuisine and quality local wines satisfy the most demanding palate.
From the rich cultural heritage special charm give old streets paved by pebble stones called kogule.They are leading to the parish church and the remains of an early Christian church with the tomb. A few kilometers away, in a sandy cove Lovrečina there are the remains of another early Christian church with a baptistery.
Lovrečina is also known for its beautiful sandy beach surrounded by pine trees and tall poplars and it is ideal place for break, fun and socializing.
Apart from Lovrečina, guests at the resort have at their disposal five more kept pebble beaches ideal for family holidays.