The village of Milna, another popular resort along the southern coast of the island, is reached in about 20 minutes by motor boat. It was founded by the inhabitants who came from the neighbouring, now completely deserted village of Malo Grablje, situated at the foot of towering cliff of the Motokit hill.
Milna has many attractive pebble beaches. On the west side of the bay there
is the summer villa of the Ivanic family, now Boglic-Boyic, in a
Renaissance-baroque style from the 17th century. This villa is the best
example of rustic architecture on the island of Hvar. The house has now been
converted into a guest house with a restaurant. It has a range of stylish
details and items of art, the coat of arms of the Ivanic family with two
portraits and the Boglic family coat of arms.