Donji Humac is one of the oldest island settlements in which numerous stone houses, Roman mausoleums and statues made from fine Brač stone are testimony to the centuries-old tradition of stone processing. It is located on top of a hillock in the inland area of the island of Brač, 7 kilometres from Supetar and 30 kilometres from Bol. There are several stonemasons and processors of the famous white stone for which the island is famous, who live and work in the village, so visitors can buy original stone souvenirs. Of particular interest is a china closet with finds from the Kopačina Cave, which is the starting point of life on the island whilst Brač delicacies can be tasted in the local taverns.
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