Šolta is a small island in Central Dalmatia, near Split, Brač and the Drvenik islands (Drvenik Mali and Drvenik Veli). It is famous for its diverse flora and fauna (more than 100 bird species, boars, rabbits, phaesants…) and as a tourist resort. Apart from tourism, the main source of income are fishing and agriculture (olives, grapes, fruit, vegetables). Due to its vicinity to Split and its archipelago, it is well-connected by ferry routes. The main settlements are Grohote, Maslinica, Rogač (the main port) and Nečujam, where tourism is most developed.