There are several bays on the north shore of Brač which provide safe anchorage, including Zastup, , Stipanska Harbour, Konopljikova and Vošćica. But the best sheltered bay is Luke, on the west side of Povalje Bay. All the arms of Luka Bay provide shelter from the bura and good anchorage. The best is Slatina Cove, in the south arm. There is a little cove on the point with a shellfish nursery, but there is plenty of room in the next section for a dozen boats, particularly if you tie up stern to shore. Larger yachts usually anchor between this cove and the west arm. There are eight buoys, belonging to Pipo’s restaurant, which also handles the concession for the entire west arm, where there are another ten buoys, while there is room for a dozen boats to moor on the jetty in front of the restaurant. The third possibility is the northern arm, where you should drop anchor and tie up stern to shore. During the past years, the popularity of this bay has grown. Many sailors come from Makarska and the surrounding villages, for a swim and a good meal. There are two taverns in Luke – Pipo’s and Rojen. Pipo’s owner, Božidar Eterović has renovated what used to be the old quarry warehouse in a completely traditional style, and believes in old-fashioned hospitality, as does his brother, Jure, who runs the restaurant, where you can enjoy seafood and local lamb dishes. They also keep the beach tidy and provide many small services.