About 6 km far away from the city of Rab, as a natural extention to the Mundanija valley, embracing the bay in which it's situated there is Supetarska Draga. The place recived its name from the church and benedictine abbey of St. Peter which date back in the XI. century. The curch/basilica of St. Peter is the oldest romanic curch in Croatia and with its beauty attracts worshippers and art lovers. The Draga valley is divided in two parts: Gornja (upper) and Donja (lower) Draga. The proximity of the islands of Maman, Sridnjak and Sailovac and the presence of many bays are especially attractive to yachtsman. Supetarska Draga is known for its sandy beaches, clear sea and wind protected bays.