The adorable stony, medieval, town of Brsec, located on a cliff, 157 m above the sea level, offers a spectacular view on the near-by islands of Cres, Unije, Susak and the southern peak of Ucka mountain, the Sisol.
Mostly built in the 17th century, it is a home to merely 100 people who still treasure the rich history and tradition. Locals mostly live from fishing, wine making, agriculture and cattlery. Fascinatingly, there hasn't been an illiterate citizen for over a century!
17th century olive mill, St. Cross, St. Magdalena and St. Stephen churches are just some of the amazing culutral monuments of the town you should visit. A strool through the woods to the St. Magdalena church, down to the cliffs by the sea even inspired the famous poet Eugen Kumicic in his work.