A synonym for delicious fish.
Postira is a small municipality situated on the north side of the island. It consists of two villages – Postira and Dol. Trying to avoid pirates from Omiš (situated just across the sea), people populated inland. Because of the lack of water, women were going to Postira to find water sources to wash and dry their clothes. According to some sources that led to the name of the place. Other sources claim the name came from the Latin name “pastura”, from the arable land in the inland.Municipality is well known for the cake called “hrapoćuša”, which is now valued as a protected cultural heritage.
Don’t be surprised if you find yourself having a conversation with some locals.. They might tell you about legends of supernatural beings Macić and Viver. Ask them where can you find them and should you be afraid…
Postira is also an important industrial force in Croatia. They are involved in fishing and processing fish bred in their own breeding sites in Adriatic sea.
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