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Highlights in Brac
- The beach "The Golden Horn"
- Murvica Dragon Cave
- Hiking trail to Vidova Gora
- Early Christian architecture
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Holiday in Brac
Location and orientation
The Croatian island of Brac with its 395 square kilometres is the third largest Adriatic island and the largest Dalmatian island. Your small airport can only be reached from a few airports. Therefore it is advisable to travel via Split airport on the Croatian mainland and then take the ferry to your vacation rental in Brac.Varied holiday resorts within the island
The capital Bol is the most popular holiday resort on the island, as it is also home to the famous beach "Zlatni Rat" (Golden Horn), which stands out for its tongue-like shape. However, it is said that the port city Supetar with its idyllic bays is the secret capital of the island. Your vacation rental in Suvetin is surrounded by ancient stone houses with green and floral gardens, while your vacation rental in Milna is close to breathtaking bays.
Travelers and Activities
The whole island is equipped with cycle paths, so you can easily get from your vacation rental in Brac to the next attraction or you can plan a relaxed bike tour. Those who like it a bit wilder can rent a mountain bike and make the specially marked routes unsafe.Hiking tours in the mountains of Bracs
For the hikers among us, hiking trails were also built across the entire island. The 778 metre high Vidova Gora offers an enticing view. After the two-hour hike you will enjoy the view over Brac and other Croatian islands.
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This famous beach, which jaggedly rises 500 meters into the sea, is definitely worth a visit. In the middle of the tip stands a pine forest. Here it should be ensured that it is partly a textile beach and partly a nudist beach. Find out which bays on the island invite you to go nude bathing before you leave your swimwear in your holiday home.2nd Early Christian Sutivan
In the village of Sutivan, ruins dating back to the 6th century can still be seen today. Among the many ancient buildings, the green of the Croatian flora stands out again and again.3rd dragon cave Murvica
6 km away from the capital Bol there are long beaches and the so-called dragon cave in the village Murvica. Originally used as a church, it has now become a tourist attraction due to its exceptional dragon reliefs.4. Mediterranean cuisine
Typical delicacies of the island are sheep cheese, wine, roast lamb and olives. Taste Bolski Plavac, the classic red wine Bracs. On the promenades near your apartment, cosy restaurants invite you to eat.5. Isolated monastery
In the interior of the island there is the Hermitage of Blaca, built by monks in the centre of the island so that it could not be seen from the sea. Today it can be entered as a museum.
A saying that has become the motto of many inhabitants of the island is: "Malo Pomalo". This means "piece by piece" and describes the relaxed lifestyle on site.
Things to know
Dalmatia Island is known for its white limestone, which is not only used for building on the island, but is also exported to the farthest parts of the world. Would you have thought that a piece of Bracs could be found in Berlin or Washington D.C.? The White House and the Bundestag were built partly from the white stone of Bracs.Cultural summer in Bol
A holiday apartment in Bol is suitable from June to October, as during this period a varied entertainment programme is offered daily in Bol. Here you will find concerts, theatres or markets. This festival has been taking place since 1990.