About Donji Humac:
Donji Humac is one of the oldest settlements on the Croatian island of Brač, about 2 kilometers from Nerežišća, the previous capital of the island and home of Brač's aristocracy. Population is 157 (2011).
Cultural objects dug out from the cave of Kopacina (1 km from Donji Humac) span several millennia in history. On the side of the pre-Romanesque church of Saint Elias there are the remains of a Roman mausoleum, and on the wall of the medieval church of Saint Lucas there is the first sketch of a boat in Croatian medieval art.
In the parish church of Saint Fabian and Sebastian—with a baroque bell-tower—there is a fresco of Christ dating from the 12th century. Donji Humac is linked to Supetar --the current capital of Brac, and its frequent ferries to Split-- through a paved 8-km road.