The highest Adriatic and the largest Dalmatian island – Brač, is well connected by ferry lines with Split and tempts visitors with its variety, gentle and tame coast and rough landscapes in the inland of the island. Once an island of farmers, cattle breeders, fishermen and stone masons, it is today turned to tourism but has not forgotten or given up on its traditions.The most famous tourist symbol of Brač is most certainly the beach Zlatni Rat in Bol. But the whole island is full of beautiful beaches (Banj, Bili Rat, Lovrečina, Gumonca, Likva, Bunta, Mala Lozna, Lovrečina, Murvica, Luke) and bays, while the crystal blue sea, the unique gastronomy offer and the hospitality of the locals give it a recognizable feel which results in more and more guests coming every year. Brač is ideal for a family holiday but also for those looking for an adrenaline rush and entertainment. The inland of the island, on the other hand, offers a different dimension – a rich cultural and historical heritage.
Source: Hrvatska turistička zajednica
Photo by: Boris Kragić