Sumartin is a small town on the easternmost cape on Brač island. It was founded in 1645 by Dalmatian pilgrims who were trying to escape the Turks and it is interesting that, to this day, residents of Sumartin speak with a different dialect than the rest of the island towns. The main economic branches are fishing, maritime activities, shipbuilding, olive growing and tourism. The town is marked by the Franciscan monastery and church of St. Martin which is a sight to be seen by all history lovers. Because of its port, Sumartin represents the gate to Brač. The town is named after it patron St. Martin.

In the town you can find post, Turist centre, many restaurants and also grocery store and a bakery with fresh baked bread every morning.

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