Milna is one of those typical Mediterranean fishing villages they don't make anymore. Lying on the west coast of Brač island, the harbour of Milna is drop-dead gorgeous as it digs into the island like a spoon. To each side of the harbour stretch sand and pebble beaches including the cove of Vlaska. It was developed around the castle of a noble family Cerinić in the 16th century. The municipality might have started developing in the 16th century, but there are prehistoric archeological findings proving the island was populated a long time before. It is also one of the most famous harbors in this area. It used to have a shipyard, among others known for the development of a worldwide famous sailboat called “bracera”.
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