Apart from various forms of accommodation (hotels, boarding houses, apartments), visitors are also offered sports and recreational facilities (basketball, tennis, boccia)
and water sports opportunities. Excursions are also organized - very attractive are fish picnic parties in the cove of Lovrecina. Gastronomic offer includes fish,
home-made specialities and famous local wines.
The traditional cultural and entertainment event, the Postira Summer, comprises the feast days of St. John the Baptist, patron saint of the parish (24th of June), Our Lady
of Mt. Carmel (16th of July) and the Assumption (15th of August).
Postira, a small town and harbour on the northern coast of the
island of Brac. In the hinterland of Postira is a 2-km long valley with
fertile soil (vines, vegetables). Chief occupations include farming, stone-masonry and fishing; a fish cannery. Postira is located on the regional road.
Postira was first mentioned in 1347 under the name Postrena. The parish church, built in the 16th century, was later reconstructed; the only remains of the original
structure include an apse in the shape of a fort. The church features the Way of the Cross, a work by three painters from the 18th/19th century, as well as several
paintings by the Venetian Baroque school. - Among residential structures, a very interesting building is the birth-house of the poet Vladimir Nazor (1876-1949), with
the Renaissance gable and inscriptions. - East of Postira, in the cove of Lovrecina, are the ruins of a large early Christian basilica from the 5th-6th century; two
early Christian sarcophagi and fragments of Roman plastics have been found next to it.
If you are looking for a holiday apartment or a house for spending your holiday in Postira, or you just want to find
out more about Postira, you have come to the right address. Adrialin is the largest European offeror of apartments
and houses for spending a holiday in Croatia, including a large number of hotels and holiday resorts.