Povjla is a pretty, quaint village that is tucked away in a quiet eastern part of Povlja Bay. This idyllic place has a rich history and is home to the Parish Church of St. John the Baptist, a three-aisled basilica that was built in the 5th century. With cobbled streets and a beautiful bay, the village oozes natural beauty and tranquillity and there are many other stunning beaches to be explored in the area. The mini promenade is the perfect spot for a stroll in the sunshine. There is a minimarket, plus a few restaurants where you can sit and watch the boats bobbing up and down on the crystal clear waters. As Povjla is located on the island of Brac, it is accessible via ferry crossing from the town of Split on the Dalmatian mainland.
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Povlja has declicious and locally produced olive oil, honey, cheese and wine. Fish and lamb are also popular dishes with locals and tourists alike.
Nightlife in Povlja is fairly laid back and peaceful. There are a few nice restaurants along the promenade where you can enjoy a lovely evening meal and wine whilst watching the boats bobbing up and down in the twinkling sea.
Take a day trip to mainland Split from the Supetar harbour, around 20km away, where ferries run up to 20 times per day. There are also regular trips to Makarska and Sumartin during the Summer months, for an interesting and exciting way to explore other parts of the island.
On the western side of the beach of Supetar, just a few minutes drive from Mirca, there is a watersports centre where you can hire all sorts of equipment and take part in some fun and thrilling water sports and adventures!
The islands main dynamic and cultural hub with great connections to the rest of the Dalmatian coast.
A picturesque harbour town in the south of the island, home to the well-known Zlatni-Rat beach peninsula.
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