Situated at the site of former Villa Rustica, a Roman land-estate which is nowadays covered with vast olive groves, the Stomorica church is dedicated to Our Lady (Stomorica = St Mary) and was built in early Romanesque style which predominates the 10th century sacral architecture of Brač. It has been restored several times but the original shape with a hanging arch over the doorway has been preserved. It is believed that once there was tower with a bell-gable beside the church. The church is a known pilgrimage site during the Assumption of Mary celebrations and the valorisation of the bioenergetic traits of that place points to excellent therapeutic and recreational potential. The church is located between Sutivan and Donji Humac, with Ložišća and Bobovišća nearby.
(The historic cobblestone road takes us to a unique archaeological, historical and traditional site. The area of former Villa Rustica (roman land estate) is nowadays an area covered with vast olive groves where one of the most beautiful examples of early Christian architecture is nestled. The church is a known pilgrimage site during the Assumption of Mary celebrations.