Pucics┴a is a municipality in Croatia on the island of Bracin the Split-Dalmatia County. It has a population of 2,224, 99% which are Croats. The municipality consists of three settlements: Gornji Humac, PraS_nica and Pucics┴a. Wikipedia

"Pučišća (Croatian pronunciation: [pûtʃiːʃt͡ɕa], Italian: Pucischie) is a coastal town and a municipality on the island of Brač in Croatia. It is often listed as one of the prettiest villages in Europe. It is known for its white limestone and beautiful bay. The town has a population of 1,529 (2011 census).

Pučišća lies at the end of a deep natural bay on the northern coast of Brač, which in the summer months gives its harbour protection from the winds of the open sea. The bay splits in two arms, Stipanska luka ('Stephen's harbour') to the east and Pučinski dolac ('Pučišća's valley') to the west. From the waterfront, the island rises quickly, giving the town an amphitheater-like appearance. Suggestively, the deepest point of the harbour is called Talija.

Many of the buildings are built with local stone, and so are the numerous monuments which adorn the town. Stone has long been a major part of Pučišćas economy and self-image. Jadrankamen, the largest stone quarry company in Europe, is located here, as is Croatia's only stonemason school. A number of historic quarries, some of them going back to Roman times, can be found further east.

It was a privilege of the aristocrats and the stonemasons (called artišti) to live at the waterfront of Pučišća (called riva). This, and the easy access to the white limestone from the local quarries, gave Pučišća its look. The houses at the waterfront were spacious and wealthy. The higher you climb up the hill, the smaller the historic houses become." Wikipedia

Please help us stay ad free, leave a review and upload a photo.


link Open Windy

Nearby facilities

Explore using map view
Astarea Yachting
1 . Astarea Yachting

Astarea LTD is a tourist agency and yacht centre registered for the chartering, charter managament and sale of vessels. We have started our business venture in 1999. as Adria Coral Charter, and by ...

Nautika Kufner
2 . Nautika Kufner

Nautika Kufner is a charter agency specialized in yachts and catamarans charter. Our fleet in Croatia consists of 71 boats in 4 main bases: Biograd, Split, Trogir and Krvavica; with one of our boat...

Bobovisce Market
3 . Bobovisce Market

This friendly but tiny market has a small selection of most produce including home made olive oil.

Navis Yacht Charter
4 . Navis Yacht Charter

Navis Yacht Charter (NYC) is ISO Certified an innovative company specialized in virtually all aspects of yacht charter and yacht management. First and foremost, NYC offers a unique service organisi...

Pitter Yachting
5 . Pitter Yachting

Founded the charter agency in Croatia in 1987 and provides 10 bases for charter across Croatia.

Adriatic Challenge
6 . Adriatic Challenge

There is no better way to experience the natural wonders of the Adriatic than from the deck of one of our sailing yachts. Adriatic Challenge, your choice for yacht charter in Croatia, will take you...

Ultra Sailing
7 . Ultra Sailing

Charter fleet made from Beneteau boats and extra cruiser racers. Main headoffice in Split but bases in Trogir, Dubrovnik, and Ka

Astarea Yachting
8 . Astarea Yachting

Astarea LTD is a tourist agency and yacht centre registered for the chartering, charter managament and sale of vessels. We have started our business venture in 1999. as Adria Coral Charter, and by ...

Bomi Ship
9 . Bomi Ship

Bomi Ship d.o.o. is certified yachting company, specialising for yacht charter in Croatia, yacht management and brokerage. Our mission is to combine extensive local knowledge with global business s...

Sail Croatia
10 . Sail Croatia

A yacht charter is the perfect option for families or small groups wanting to have the freedom to explore the Adriatic independently. Browse the various yachts we have on offer below, to decide whi...

Explore using map

Find more nearby charter companies

Nearby Marinas, Harbours and Anchorages

Explore using map view
Lozna Cove
1 . Lozna Cove

A small narrow cove offering limited anchoring situated between Pucisca and Povlja.

Konopjkova Bay
2 . Konopjkova Bay

A small bay on the northern side of Brac island offering limited anchoring. Situated between Postira and Pucisca.

Luka Bay
3 . Luka Bay

A pretty area at the end of a long bay, offering anchorage and limited restaurant provided fixed mooring on the south side.

Lovrecina Bay
4 . Lovrecina Bay

A small bay to the west of Postira offering some unsheltered anchoring.

Povlja Cove
5 . Povlja Cove

A small narrow cove on the alternative fork of Povlja Bay offering anchoring near the swimming area.

Povlja Bay
6 . Povlja Bay

A forked bay tucked in around the headland providing fixed shore-side mooring and a collection of shops and restaurants.

7 . Mimice

A simple open-sided small harbour surrounded by apartments and hotels.

8 . Pisak

A small open-sided harbour 5km to the east of Mimice towards Brela.

9 . Postira

A pretty local fisherman's harbour with a large break-water and options for sheltered mooring or anchorage. Plenty of facilities and restaurants.

10 . Splitska

A large bay narrowing into two forks. The Western fork providing a mature harbour with fixed mooring for a good number of visiting yachts. Offering a good selection of restaurants and facilities.

11 . Omis

A simple and small breakwater with space for a handful of yachts.

Omis River
12 . Omis River

Fixed mooring both sides of the river with a shallow and narrow approach. Yachts can enter no further than the bridge.

Splitska Bay
13 . Splitska Bay

An undeveloped small bay on the eastern entrance of Splitska with some option for anchoring.

14 . Bol

This small man-made harbour provides modest shelter with immediate access to the centre of Bol. Plenty of supermarkets and restaurants.

Studena Bay
15 . Studena Bay

A large bay south of Sumartin on the south-east of Brac Island offering exposed anchoring.

Radonja Bay
16 . Radonja Bay

A bay to the east of Sumartin Harbour offering refuelling and mooring for small vessels.

Zlatni Rat
17 . Zlatni Rat

Yachts can anchor on the west-side of the land spit.

18 . Sumartin

A ferry harbour with a large breakwater cutting the mooring into two sections, one providing good shelter for small vessels. A good number of bars, restaurants and facilities.

Dugi Rat
19 . Dugi Rat

An open sided local harbour with a single break-water offering little space for visiting craft.

Rasotica Bay
20 . Rasotica Bay

A small bay situated between Povlja and Sumartin on the eastern coast of Brac Island offering limited anchoring.

Explore using map

Find more nearby marinas and harbours

Nearby Towns

Explore using map view
1 . Povlja
(Central Dalmatia )

Povlja is a village on the island of Bracin Croatia. The village itself is located in a deep natural harbour surrounded by many other deep natural harbours, bays. Wikipedia

2 . Postira
(Central Dalmatia )

Postira is a village and a municipality in Croatia in the Split-Dalmatia County on the island of Brac. Wikipedia

3 . Mimice
(Central Dalmatia )

A small coastal mainland village with a single jetty.

4 . Splitska
(Central Dalmatia )

Splitska is an ancient village on the island of Bracin Croatia. The population is 381. The village got its name from a derivative of Split. Wikipedia

5 . Omis
(Central Dalmatia )

A town on the mouth of the river Cetina offering little shelter.

6 . Bol
(Central Dalmatia )

Bol is a town on the south of the island of Bracin the Split-Dalmatia County of Croatia, population 1,661. Bol is renowned for its most popular beach, the Zlatni Rat. Wikipedia

Dugi Rat
7 . Dugi Rat
(Central Dalmatia )

A small local village harbour on the mainland south of Split.

8 . Sumartin
(Central Dalmatia )

Sumartin is a port village in Croatia on the island of Brac. It is connected by the D113 highway and by ferry. Wikipedia

9 . Supetar
(Central Dalmatia )

Supetar is a town and a city on the northern side of the Dalmatian island of Brac, in the Split-Dalmatia County, in Croatia. It became the island's official centre in 1827. Wikipedia

Donja Brela
10 . Donja Brela
(Central Dalmatia )

A mainland resort over-looking Brac island with a harbour.

Baska Voda
11 . Baska Voda
(Central Dalmatia )

A busy mainland town overlooking Brac island with facilities.

12 . Vrboska
(Hvar Island )

Vrboska is a settlement on the north coast of the island of Hvar in Dalmatia, Croatia, in the Municipality of Jelsa. Founded in the 15th century as a fishing harbour, Vrboska is best known for the ...

13 . Jelsa
(Hvar Island )

Jelsa is a town in Croatia, on the island of Hvar, the seat of the eponymous municipality within the county of Split-Dalmatia. Wikipedia

14 . Sutivan
(Central Dalmatia )

Sutivan is a town on the island of Brac, Split-Dalmatia County, Croatia. It has a population of 759, 93% which are Croats. Wikipedia

Stari Grad
15 . Stari Grad
(Hvar Island )

Stari Grad is a town on the northern side of the island of Hvar in Dalmatia, Croatia. One of the oldest towns in Europe, its position at the end of a long, protected bay and next to prime agricultu...

16 . Bobovisce
(Central Dalmatia )

Bobovics┴a is a village located near Supetar on the west coast of the island of Brac, off of Split, in Croatia. It is connected by the D114 highway. It is located on a cove that branches into two...

17 . Milna
(Central Dalmatia )

Milna is a village and municipality on the western side of the island of Brac, Split-Dalmatia County, Croatia. The village has a population of 833. Wikipedia

18 . Makarska
(Central Dalmatia )

Makarska is medium size town on the Croatian mainland.

19 . Stobrec
(Central Dalmatia )

A mainland town to the east of Split with a breakwater.

20 . Zavala
(Hvar Island )

A small town on the island of Hvar with views of Otok Scedro.

Explore using map

Find more nearby towns

Was this page useful?