Postira is a little mediterranean town (1200 inh.) located on the northern side of the island Brac, which is the biggest, with its 175 Km of coastline, island of central Dalmatia. The island, known since ancient times for its white limestone (used in the building of Diocletian's Palace and even Washington's WhiteHouse), is reachable by ferries in about an hour from the dryland; ferry lines are Split-Supetar (up to 15 dep/day) and Makarska-Sumartin (up to 5 dep/day). From the highest island's point, Vidova Gora (778 m a.s.l.), there's a wonderful view of the near islands of Hvar, Vis, Korcula and, in clear days, even the top of Gargano mountain in Italy.

Postira, 9 kilometers from Supetar, offers hospitality in comfortable hotels and private apartments and, more of all, for a relaxing family vacation. In the town there are supermarkets, butchery and fish market, the post office, surgery and chemist's, restaurants, shops and cafés and the gothic church.

People's courtesy and hospitality, the fishermans and farmers' spontaneity, the quiet valleys and secure bays will remain for long time in tourists' memory. Postira is ideal for those who like the nature with a lovely surroundings, rich of bays, pinewoods down to the beach, olive plants and vineyards; the beaches are of rock or smoothed stones, often at the bottom of bays.

For the sport lovers there are tennis fields and the possibility to rent boats, scooter or bikes and equipment for different watersports.

In the summer often trips and town feasts are organized, with free fish eating and wine drinking.

The most particular beaches on the island of Brac are Lovrecina (the only one sandy) at 5 km from Postira and Zlatni Rat (near Bol on the southern side), unique since its cape moves according to the wind and waves.