Milna is a pretty fishing town in a sheltered bay with south facing beaches and crystal clear water, surrounded by pine forest so perfect for lazy days on the beach with family or friends. The beaches in Milna are pebbly – there are approximately 2km of small shingly beaches (giving access into the sea) and sunbathing platforms where people put sunloungers by the sea. About 25 minutes drive from Supetar, the town itself is quintessentially Croatian as are most Brac towns – oldy worldy with terracotta roofs and lots of atmosphere. There is a marina at one end of the bay and a good selection of restaurants serving good quality local food around the main part of the bay – it’s delightful! The town also hosts an array of summer festivals so that holiday makers can try local Croatian cooking – these are really nice and not to be missed. This is a place to kick back and relax and get away from it all!
Photo 1 © Predrag Mandic, Croatian National Tourist Board
Photo 2 © Croatian National Tourist Board