In this town you will find "mašo", which means, roughly translated, an abundance of everything. Jokingly named "Mašograd" by the locals themselves, it is the largest and most plentiful village in Kaštela. Numerous sport clubs, cultural societies, fire-fighters and hikers' guilds form the tradition of this location. The old village of Kaštel Sućurac, with its traditional stone houses, is the best preserved historical site in Kaštela. In the exhibition area of the former bishop's summer residence you can learn all about the ancient history of this place and the local stories related to the old cannon. Throughout the year, and especially in the summertime, the living heart of the entire village can be found at the "Riva" on the seafront which bustles with life most of the year. This is the main venue for all public outdoor events. The numerous cafes shade their tables from the trees and make it a pleasant place for socializing, both day and night. The nearby market is the heart of the village, offering produce from local fisherman and farmers. An outing to the peak of Kozjak is welcoming alternative to the bustle of people on the beaches and in the village and the view from the top reveals and an awesome panorama of the bay of Kaštela and of central Dalmatia.