Island of Brač

Brač Island

Taste traditional meals, try domestic wine, experience the local heritage and enjoy the sun.


The island of Brač is the highest island in Croatia with its peak Vidova gora (776m) and the largest one in the central Dalmatian group of islands. This island is unique by the type of stone from which the White House in Washington and Diocletian’s Palace in Split were built.


You can spend your holidays relaxing on public or „wild“ beaches, or exploring the history by visiting the Museum of Brač, Blaca hermitage from 16th century and a lot of churches and monuments of the island. If you prefer active vacations, island heights are suitable for cycling and hiking.


Brač is very well located, in between of Split and the island of Hvar, the sunniest Croatian island which you can visit for which it is possible to organize one-day excursions in personal arrangement.


On the southern side of the island, Bol is one of the most famous and most visited tourist destinations in Croatia. World famous beach, Zlatni Rat adorns this Dalmatian place. The beach is very special and is characterized by a unique shape that changes depending on the wind. If you prefer an adventure holiday, next to the beach you can try out water sports such as windsurfing and water skiing, and during the night you can experience an unforgettable nightlife. Bol has many historical and sacral attractions such as the Roman pool (swimming pool), the Dominican monastery and the “Paloc- House in the House” located near the Villa Dalmatina.