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Brac Island Highlights

Zlatni Rat Beach
Brač’s most iconic beach stretches more than 600metres out into the Hvar Channel like a stunning golden triangle.
Magnificent views from Vidova Gora Hill
Vidova Gora Hill is the highest point of the Adriatic islands. The breath-taking view of Brač, Zlatni Rat Beach and the sea is definitely worth the climb!
Blaca Desert and Monastery
This unique 16th century monastery is set at the entrance of a stone cave in the protected Blaca Desertarea. It houses a museum and a famous astronomic observatory.
Picturesque Pučišća
Pučišća is a charming waterfront town known for its unique architecture and long tradition of stone masonry. Marble from here was even used to decorate the White House!
Brač's unspoilt beaches
Whether you prefer a pebbly, sandy or rocky beach, Brač has it covered with a wide range of unspoilt beaches waiting to be discovered.
Olive oil museum
Enjoy a taste of the ‘Nectar of the Mediterranean’ and find out how it is made at Brač’s very own olive oil Museum.
Gažul shepherd's village
Experience traditional island life and taste local specialities in this rural shepherd's village.
Flavours of Brač
Lamb, fresh seafood, prosciutto and tasty cheeses are only some of the delicacies that Brač is known for.
Local wine in Bol and Murvica
Bol and Murvica are home to an array of little wineries where you can get a taste of the local red and white.
Windsurfing and kitesurfing in Bol
The windy channel between Brač and Hvar provides perfect conditions for practising both windsurfing and kitesurfing.

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