The village is situated on the north-west part of the island of Brač, 7 kms from the ferryboat city named Supetar. The peacefulness and originality of the settlement attracts the visitors. It’s a real Mediterranean place where 640 permanent citizen live. The settlement offers you many services like: diving club, shops, cafeterias, post office, candy shop, fitness club, bicycle-, scooter and boat renting. The vicarage temple, built in 1579, and the Saint Rókus temple, built in 1635, determines the façade of the village. In the cemetery you can find the catacombs -which are unequaled in Croatia- with 126 graves. The local citizens are doing fishing, agriculture and tourism.
The typical vegetation of the island are palms, succulents, different pines, citrus and the olive. The restaurants in the harbor are waiting for the epicureans to discover the dalmatic kitchen. In the old part of the center we can take a look to the past. Patrician summer houses are standing around the small harbor, which were built in the 18th and 19th century (the castle of the poet called Kavanjin Jerolim and the bastion of Marijanović-Dražoević Jankó). Sutivan is one of the cleanest parts of the Dalmatic seaside where the beach is perfect for relaxing. There is a sandy bay o the west part of the city which is perfect for families with children.