On our last full day in Split, a four-day stop on our Italy and Croatia sojourn, we decided to take a boat ride (ferry) to the island of Brac (pronounced Brach), the nearest of the many Dalmatian Coast islands. The main town of the island and the location of the ferry wharf is Supetar.
The town has little to offer as far as attractions are concerned, but its cute, palm-lined harbor front beckoned us. We stopped at the lovely parish church with its prominent bell tower, visible for many miles.
What we did find was a great little restaurant where we had a delicious lunch. Konoba Vinotoka served a tasty plate of veal cutlet (actually a veal steak) with grilled veggies that Lee totally loved. My mussels in wine sauce were excellent too. This was a real find!
Our parting photo of Supetar shows the palm-lined harbor and the bell tower of the church.
When we returned to the ferry terminal at Split we took one final walk through the Old Town and Diocletian’s Palace. We took another picture of the Peristyle and Cathedral since the first time was in the rain.
We also checked out the Golden Gate, the main entrance into the palace.