Supetar, located on the island of Brač, is also the only city on the island. The settlement of the same name is the cultural, economic, traffic and tourist center of the whole island.
In the immediate vicinity of Supetar is Mirca, a small charming place of characteristic architecture known for its numerous olive growers. Namely, the traditional part of the village is located along the hill, and there are interesting exhibitions every year accompanied by local food and wine. On the other side of the village there are beaches with bars where you can relax from a full day of exploring the rich history of the city.
The municipality of Hrvace is located along the road Sinj – Knin, at the foot of the famous mountain ranges of the Dinara, Kamešnica, Plišivica and Svilaja.
In the place of the same name, an attractive building plot is for sale, ideal for building a modern family house, a luxury villa with a swimming pool or an apartment.
Given its favorable geographical position and the fact that only one major road passes through these places, the area is perfect for a quiet rural life, for economic development, but also for many fun activities. In addition, no matter what property you plan to build, you will have an amazing view of the richness of natural beauty. If you want to swim in the sea or relax in the evening on the terrace of popular cafes with the sound of waves and the beats of your favorite music, to larger cities, such as Split, or to Kastela is only 40 kilometers, so Hrvace is an ideal starting point.
Hrvace: The oldest traces of human presence are associated with the younger Stone Age
In the area of the municipality of Hrvace, the remains of human presence date back to the Neolithic, as evidenced by numerous fragments of clay vessels belonging to impress-ceramics.
It is a unique way of decorating ceramic pots by imprinting various pointed objects such as the edges of shells and snails. In addition, stone or bone objects were imprinted. Strange at first glance, but completely normal to the inhabitants of that time, nails and fingers were imprinted in order to obtain unique ornamental motifs.