About Milna

Developed in the early 17th century Milna was the most important port on the island because of its protected bays. At the time of its prosperity local settlers started construction of the baroque church in 1783. The church was paved with tombs and graves of local prominent families. There is also a famous castle called Anglescina in the center of the this tourist community. There are two marinas available and Milna is oriented towards nautical tourism.

Vlashka I 10, 21405 Milna, Brac, Croatia

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Milna is located next to Splitska vrata, maritime route taken by almost all the ships that sail from Split. In summer Milna is connected with Split by catamaran, and there is a bus connection to Supetar where ferries operate to&from Split. Sailing by catamaran takes 30 min and it doesn't take much longer to get to Hvar, as well. The ferry ride to Split takes about 50 min .. Milna is adorned by the beautiful bays ideal for summer swimming by boats. From Milna originated some of the famous people of Croatian sport and culture ... writer Tin Ujević - his mother was from Milna, painter Matko Mijic, Bishop Jerolim Blaz Bonačić, athletes such as Peruzovic, Poklepović ... but also the founder of our restaurant Darko Butorović ... along with many others.

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It is interesting to add that Splitska vrata still hide a small fort, the tower from the time of Napoleon, but unfortunately it is abandoned and visible only from the sea.

During summer Milna is connected by fast boat lines with Split, Milna, Hvar .. 15 minute walk along the waterfront promenade takes You to the centre. A post office and a small market are located in Milna.

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