- Zlatni rat (Golden Horn) beach – probably the most spectacular of Croatia’s beaches. Golden pebble beach, almost 580 yards long, has a unique shape – a white tonuge streched into the sea. It changes shape, due to a wind and sea currents. And, more! It’s constantly growing, almost a centimeter per year.
- Vidova Gora – our “ace in the hole” in land part of the trip. A “must see” of Brač – Vidova Gora (Vidova mountain) – the highest peak of all Adriatic islands – 778 m above the sea level. The view is hard to describe so let your photos speak instead! When the weather conditions you may enjoy unforgettable view of islands Korčula, Vis, Biševo and peninsula Pelješac. Sometimes, even the tops of the Italian mountains!
- White stone of Brač – Diocletian Palace (Split), White House in Washinghton, Parliament House in Wiena and Budapest – all of these popular buildings are made of this stone. You will be able to some quarries by the road and later in Bol, buy a unique and precious Brač souvenir.
- Bol – the oldest coastal settlement on Brač. It is situated on the southern side of the island and was awarded for several years as the best touristic destination in Croatia. It offers fantastic beaches, culture, history and nature you are going to memorize! Famous for extremen water sports, tennis centre and good wines!
- Wines – the most famous are Plavac Mali and Pošip, and let’s be hones – people for Brač really love to make and drink good wine. Like you do! 🙂 Approaching to Bol, you will see the largest island wineyard in Croatia, with more than 300.000 grape plants. Down, in centre of Bol, go visit the first winery in Dalmatia and try famous predicate wines of Brač.
If these main highlights were not enought for you to discover the island if Brač, don’t forget the amazing boat tour that include swim stops in natural hidden bays on the island. So make sure that you book your day tour from Split to Bol as soon as possible!