Humac, once a shepherds' settlement, is located 7 km east from Jelsa, 350 m above sea level and offers a bird’s eye view of the valleys and headlands on the west side of the Island, yet also providing a view of the Island of Brac and the coastline of Makarska.

The village was established in the XVII ct. At the beginning of the XX ct. the Church of St. John and St. Paul was built. The houses of Humac are well preserved, simple and made of stone. They belong to a unique rural type of architecture and are therefore considered as being an ethnographic monument.

There is an ambiance restaurant open to guests during the summer.