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Accommodation in Pucisca

Accommodation in Pucisca

Spend you holiday in Pucisca in cozy apartments near pebble beaches. Pucisca is small town perfect for family holidays. There are bicycle routs which connect small villages up the hill – Praznica and Gornji Humac. Here you can see the list of private accommodation in Pucisca: Accommodation in Pucisca...

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Pucisca

Pucisca

Pucisca with its 1700 inhabitants is one of the greatest places on the island. The town is located on the inner part of the deep retracted bay on the northern side of the island. Connections are with the mainland by catamaran and ferry (Supetar to Split and Makarska-Sumartin). Pucisca is connected with other villages on the island by very good roads passing through Postira or Praznica 1234► Pucisca is the center of the stone masonry industry. Besides stone cutting and processing, the population is engaged in agriculture: production of olive oil and wine, livestock, cheese and lamb. In recent years, tourism in Pucisca has increased significantly. Pucisca are especially suitable for nautical tourism as it has a calm and secure bay, with modern moorings equipped with electricity and fresh water. A few miles from Pucisca is one of the most beautiful bays on the island – “Luke” – featuring a beautiful pebble beach, moorings for yachts and other pleasure boats. There are restaurants near the sea with local eco...

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Pražnica

Pražnica

Praznica is a small inland village on the Island of Brac.  It is noted for the farming of crops and cattle. Praznica is one of the oldest village on Brac and is typical for the area. Located on the road to Nerezisca-Selca, it is 400 meters above sea level and today has about 400 inhabitants,mostly herders and farmers. Houses are traditional farm houses, built in the local rural style that has remained till today, they have spacious courtyards were barns and additional small cottages and sheds have been built, also the animals are sheltered here in the winter.   The local festival  is on the day of Saint Anthony,   17th. January. Churches in Praznica a real guide through the history of the area. In the local cemetery, ‘Cimatorij’, is the Church of Saint Cyprian dating from the XIII. Century. In the chapel is a famous Renaissance stone relief completed in 1467, this reflects a significant part of the history of art in Dalmatia.  It is thought this relief came...

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