Lučice bay is located on the southern shore of the island Brač, only a few miles from Splitska vrata (the passage between the islands of Brač and Šolta). This is a large anchorage with three separate arms while the most western arm is best protected from winds and is also equipped with mooring buoys.
This side of the bay is protected from all winds, while the other two arms are open to south west winds that can cause a large swell. Due to its location, this bay makes a great stop on your way to the islands of Korčula, Lastovo or Vis.
If you decide to anchor, you should be careful not to get your anchor caught up in the numerous mooring lines and chains. You should also run a stern rope to shore due to the lack of space with all the mooring buoys. There is a restaurant in the bay that manages part of the mooring buoys.