Brać is the largest island on Middle Dalmatia and the third one of greatest in whole Dalmatia. It measures 394,57 km² and has 13.824 inhabitants. Vidova Gora is the highest mountain (778 m) of all Adrian islands. The largest towns here are Pucisca and Supetar.
Most famous is Brać for its quarry from where world's unique marble comes. Fabulous Diocletian's palace at Split and the Washington’s White House have been built of that very marble.
Postira is a small town on northern seashore of island Brać, 5 miles east from Supetar – ferryboat harbour with regular ferry lines to Split and Makarska. Continent from Split to Baśka Voda is easily seen across the Jadran.
Nowadays is Postira very attractive spa and numerous tourists target with its mass hotels, private apartments, restaurants, discos and bars. One may find here any kind of sport appliances, sports fields for football, basketball, tennis-courts as well as windsurfing and diving opportunities – these among others.
Apart of sunburning and swimming it’s still worth to learn how to play boccia and/or picigin (traditional old play in seawater) and especially advised would be tasting of marvelous dishes in unforgettable Dalmatian konobas (traditional local restaurants) just on the corner.
Admirers of historical and ancient discoveries will be satisfied with seeing of roman basilica ruins found on the beach, or – taking a boat cruise (or drive) to Lovrecina beach, being rare sand bottom beach here – eyewitness of over 1000 years old tombs from Roman period recently found there.
Spending holidays at Postira once means to fall in love with this charming place for ever.