As with any place, especially smaller ones at sea, the squares are of great importance. They have since become a gathering place for the local population and later became the most attractive locations for tourists. In 2016, Betina got a fully refurbished town square that is just next to the popular Murter harbor, which, like the mouth (the Celtic "bet" of which Betina is named), keeps ships from the winds. A new monument to the Betina Square was erected as a monument to beton shipbuilders, a sculpture of a boy holding a ship, made by academician Robert Jozić. Considering that Betina is a cradle of wooden shipbuilding, the whole new square is made up of a kind of open-air museum devoted specifically to the bethany fishmongers.
As with any place, especially smaller ones at sea, the squares are of great importance.