A great base for exploring Dalmatia's largest island, and its neighbors.
Brac's largest town, both Supetar, and its Sv. Petra Church, are named for St. Peter. Despite its diminutive size, Supetar offers plenty of history, down to Roman ruins and mosaics. With its seaside location and ferry connections, this is a great base for exploring Brac and its neighbors by bike, foot, or private transfer, or just lying by its sandy beaches, hemmed in between quiet pine forests and azure waters.
Frequently Asked Questions about travel to Supetar
Where's best, easiest, and safest to get some local currency?
The easiest and the safest way to get kunas (HRK) would be withdrawing money from local ATMs. There are several ATMs around Supetar. Try to avoid blue-yellow Euronet ATMs and use only bank-related ATMs. You can also exchange money in post offices and at hotel receptions.
Is Supetar safe? Are there any tips on things to avoid, or places where you should be careful?
Yes, Supetar is safe. However, always keep an eye on your belongings on beaches.
How do I get around Supetar?
Supetar is quite small and easy to walk around. For getting around the island, we recommend taking a taxi or maybe even renting a car for a day.
How many days should I spend in Supetar?
Two nights would be sufficient, enough to explore Supetar, enjoy nature, and have time for a day trip.
What are the options for people with dietary restrictions and intolerances?
Most restaurants on the island offer vegetarian, vegan, and gluten-free options.