Milna is a small town on the island of Brac.

Church and the Port of Milna

Get in

Buses run several times a day from Supetar, the village where the ferry docks. Unfortunately, they stop in the late afternoon or early evening -- even in summer!, so you must rent a scooter or car, or take a taxi.

A car rental will let you explore the island and reach idyllic beaches.

By boat

The ferries to the island are operated by Jadrolinia. While there is no car ferry directly to Milna, car ferries arrive to Supetar from Split and to Sumartin from Makarska.

Additionally, a passenger catamaran connects Milna with Split and Hvar (one connection daily in the main summer season).

Get around

As Milna is a rather small place, you can walk everywhere on foot. For more distant trips it is possible to rent a car, a scooter or a mountain bike:


A small old town with the harbor, which is quite big for a town that small. Large international   marina attracts boaters. Lots of stone. The harbor is also where it is where all is happening.




Vino, port wine, Karlovacko, fresh fish and the best cafe lattes East of Italy! Fresh produce market daily. Home made wine and brandy.



For renting of a local apartments you can contact the local tourist information or some of the locals rent out their apartments in the summer.

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