Brac Island


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Brac Island is the largest island of Dalmatia. It is famous for few things: the beach of Zlatni Rat (Golden Horn) and white stones which were used to build Diokletian's Palace in Split or the White House in Washington. It is not so popular tourist destination as, for example, Hvar island, what makes this place an ideal choice for those people who look for more quiet site for their holiday and who want to experience the authentic island life. The Brac Island is a place where a rare variety of olive grows – buhavica. It is also a fishing and agrucultural region. Brac Island is located close to Split, so it is easy to get there. Small towns and coastal villages are situated there. The biggest ones are Supetar and Bol. The most famous beach is Zlatni Rat beach which image is used in most of advertising materials of the country. The beach is located close to the town of Bol, on the south coast of the island. In Bol, tourists can visit the 15th-century Dominican Monastery with Tintoretto’s 'Madonna with Child'. In close vicinity to Bol (6 km to the west) there is the Dragon's Cave with medieval reliefs. Visitors can take a walk to the highest peak of the Brac Island which is also the highest peak on Croatian islands. Vidova Gora is 778m high.

If you are going to spend some time in Brac Island we can help you to book a hotel. We can also offer you many tours and activities like:

  • tour to Split
  • tour to Dubrovnik
  • tour to the Krka National Park
  • tour to the Plitvice Lakes National Park
  • tour to Zadar
  • tour to Trogir
  • tour to Korcula and Ston
  • tour to Mostar (Bosnia and Herzegovina)

Please contact us for more details.

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