Adventures on the Croatian coast

If your vision of a Mediterranean escape consists of sunny beaches, brilliant-blue waters and palm-lined seafronts, then Supetar is just the ticket. A jumble of terracotta-roofed villas arranged across the hills of the Omis Riviera, this small village has everything you need for a memorable stay. Supetar holidays are abundant in gorgeous scenery, excellent seafood and high-octane adventures. You won’t find soaring high-rise resorts or buzzing bar strips here – instead, visitors revel in the gentle pace of Adriatic village life, authentic family-run restaurants and activities of a physical nature.

Holidays to Supetar appeal to all kinds of travellers. In particular, outdoorsy families and adrenaline- seekers will enjoy tackling nearby Cetina Canyon where they can try canyoning, rafting, kayaking and zip-lining. There’s also a wealth of hiking trails across the dry shrubland of Perun Mountain. Meanwhile, the coast offers scuba divers the chance to explore a world of hidden coves and underwater shipwrecks.

Your Supetar questions, answered

Holidaymakers enjoy the best of Supetar in the summer months when the sea is warm and welcoming. That said, adventure types will enjoy it all year round.
The small stone village is ideal for families craving a relaxed holiday. It’s impeccably clean and safe, and there’s plenty of coastline for the kids to explore.
Supetar serves some of Croatia’s most exotic cuisine, including frog’s legs and snails. If you’re not feeling that brave, opt for the fish – it’s guaranteed to be fresh from the sea.

Best things to do in Supetar

Hit the beach

With rocky mountains to the north and wild beaches to the south, Supetar offers the best of both worlds. Its beaches are wild, unpopulated and just waiting to be discovered.

Take a dive

The sea around Supetar offers ideal conditions for diving, and underwater adventurers can see schools of fish and shipwrecks in the clear waters. There are a couple of dive shops within a 20-minute drive of Supetar.

Admire the view

Climb up the pine-forested foothills of Perun Mountain and you’ll be rewarded with sweeping views of Brac Island and the Omis Riviera, both of which are jaw-droppingly beautiful.