WHAT TO SEE ON BRAC, WHERE TO GO:
One of the main reasons to visit Brac are its beaches, some of the best in Croatia. The most famous one is Zlatni Rat, or Golden Horn in Bol, a white pebble beach that is certanly one of the most beautiful in Croatia. The beach streches out into the Hvar Channel, where the top of the shape of the beach changes its shape because of the strong currents in that part of the sea, the tide and the winds.. This specific phenomena made it a symbol of Croatian tourism. Other beaches on Brac are pebble, rocky and some places even sandy, such as the Lovrecine, Paklina in Bol, Murvica, Osibova Bay near Milna and others.
Brac is also famous for their high quality decorative stonework that has built many buildings world wide, inluding even the White House in Washington D.C., Catholic cathedral in Liverpool and even the Diocletian’s Palace in Split and the cathedral in Trogir.
The island known for fishing will offer many fresh sea food specialties, as well as agricultural products , fresh and locally grown vegetables and fruits. There are good wines to taste, olive oil that Brac is famous for, sour cherries, nectarines, figs, almonds and other fruits that are just so full of taste. If you are more of a meat lover, you will for sure be satisfied with lamb meals that you can find anywhere on the island, and for the wine list, you can choose from different sorts such as Plavac mali, Posip, Vugava, Chardonnay or Merlot.
Brac island villas are listed down below. Pick the one suitable for you. If you would like to check what our local Croatian Villa Expert recommends, visit our Special Villa Collection Pick by Marija Bojcic, experienced local villa expert.