BOBOVISCA (43° 21'N; 16° 29'E), cove on the W coast of Brac with village of the same name (pop. 62 in 1991); neighbouring village of Lozisca (pop. 181 in 1991).
Mooring: The inlet affords good shelter to yachts of all sizes. The inner part is protected from all winds but during southwesterlies a disagreeable swell creeps in. A good anchorage ground for larger yachts (depth about 23 m) is situated in the outer part of the inlet but it is exposed to the bora. Smaller yachts can anchor closer to the coast, where they will find better protection.
Sights: Fortified summer residence of the Martincevic-Gligo family, Sv Juraj church (St George, 1693, reconstructed in 1914). Collection of old lace at the parsonage. On the hill above the village early medieval Sv Martin chapel (St Martin).