The island of Brac is known for its historical richness, gastronomy, beautiful beaches, crystal blue sea and for hosting the most beautiful and famous beach in Croatia: Zlatni Rat.With its perfect weather, lush, picturesque villages and excellent cuisine, Brac has all the ingredients to satisfy even the most demanding palates. Croatia has many beautiful islands, and sometimes it is difficult to decide which ones to include in the itinerary, but Brac should definitely be one of your destinations. When visiting there, you will always want to come back.
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The biggest cities on the island are Supetar, where the port is located, and Bol. In Bol is the most photographed beach in Croatia- Zlatni Rat, which in addition to the exuberant combination of shades of blue, changes the formation of sand according to the wind. Around Bol there are also other beautiful sandy and stone beaches surrounded by nature, and they are worth a visit.
In addition to the beautiful beaches, there are many other interesting activities. If you are staying few days, you can rent a bicycle to explore the island and its countless villages and also practice diving in the crystal clear waters. Brac has a rich cultural and architectural heritage, among the Baroque palaces, churches and squares. It is worth visiting the Dominican Monastery, founded in 1462, which preserves a large collection of maritime, Roman and Paleo-Christian archeology fragments of sculptures, and sacred objects.
Even if you don’t have much time, it is worth to stay at least one day in Brac. Or whether you chose Hvar as your main destination, you can do a day-trip to Brac, and discover a bit about this beautiful island on the Adriatic Sea.