The village of Selca is located in the interior of the island of Brach, one kilometer from the coast. This Dalmatian village enchants its visitors with the art of stone building with a century-old tradition. The charm of the place stems from the fact that all the buildings here are made of Brach's white stone. The culture and tradition of stone masonry is visible in every corner, and especially in the numerous stone monuments that are exhibited all around the place. Near Selce there are two tourist zones: Punitnak and Ruzhmarin. Both consist of modern villas, holiday homes, rooms and suites that offer their guests an unforgettable vacation with the plus of crystal clear sea in the nearby bays of Radonja, Spilica and Zhirje.
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