Sumartin is a small village located in the eastern part of the island of Brač. Sumartin was founded in 1645 by Dalmacijans who were fleeing from the Turks, in this time Sumartin bore the name of Vrhbrac.
Sumartin, Brač (Dalmacija, Hrvatska)
Sumartin Turistički vodič za odmor i ljetovanje u Hrvatskoj – Sumartin, Dalmacija
Sumartin, Brač – Ne propustite
The inhabitants of Sumartin deal mainly with fishing, navigation and shipbuilding. Sumartin took its name from the medieval chapel of St. Martin, where the friar Andrija Kacic-Miosic laid the foundations for the Franciscan convent. In Sumartin, the ferries coming from Makarska. The beaches of Sumartin today are famous for its clean sea, beautiful nature and the culinary offerings. The typical products of Sumartin are cheese, honey, lamb and wine. In the bays of Rasotica, Zukovik, Radonja, Studena, Zvirje and Spilice there are beautiful beaches of gravel and sand.