Milna lies at the southwesternmost point of the island Brac, in a deepcrystal-blue bay, with sunny beaches an the deep shade of centuries-old pinewoods. Built in the ivory-coloured Brac stone, facing the sun and the sunset, sheltered from destructive winds and refreshed by the summer afternoon breeze, Milna makes a soothing refuge both for people and for ships.
This miniature oasis of mediterranen lifestyle, protected from the rush and agitation of modern life, is a place where a rich seafaring, fishing and wine growing history is evoked by the fabric of the old sea-captain"s palaces fishermen's and labourers houses that are interwoven in an almost urban fashion.
The unforgettable views of the small bays and the inlet of Milna Bay follow the winding promenade, flanked with ancient palm trees, and the hillside, which is a kind of botanical paradise of olive groves and vineyards, lavender and sage. Only a few kilometers to the north, sharing the smallest cadastral area on the island with a beautiful bay resembling a fjord, and surrounded by high hills, stand tree villages: Ložišca and Bobovišca, built on terraces on steep slopes and stone clearings, and Bobovišca na moru, wedged in the narrow bay like a sheltered and sunlight nest. These are arcadian scenes that will remain in our memory for ever as a living image of the legendary Mediterranen.