Milna is the biggest settlement on the west side of the island of Brač, in a deep bay that overlooks the Split "gates". In front of Milna bay is the island of Mrduja, famous for it's regatta which takes place every year and attracts more and more tourists.
It is connected to Split by catamaran and ferry port in Supetar , located 18 km away. Milna is a harmonious small place of Baroque urbanism on the Dalmatian coast and the best natural harbor on the island. Even during the construction of the Diocletian Palace in Split, Caesar's fleet was located here using it as a safe harbor. Milna is primarily a tourist resort with two marinas, several hotels, post office, health center and a large number of highly indented bays. Milna holds a fish processing plant, and a large part of the population is engaged in olive growing and fishing. For its exceptionally good position it has a great maritime potential. On the waterfront there are several ice cream parlors, restaurants and shops. Bay Osibova is located 1800 m from Milna where clean sea and beautiful surroundings attracts many visitors. In the bay there are sandy and rocky beaches, and pine and fir produce clean air and shade. History lovers can find old Gothic church, and new church of Sts. Joseph along with the statue of St. Joseph by which the bay was named.