General information Brač is the third largest Croatian island and it is located near Split. It’s connected to the mainland by sea - with ferries and catamarans. Families travelling by car will choose the ferry as their means of transport, which goes from Split to Supetar on Brač. There is another ferry line, and that’s the one which goes from Makarska to Sumartin. Catamaran lines, which don’t carry cars, go from Split and Dubrovnik to Bol. Brač is one of three Adriatic islands which have their own airport. It is connected to six European countries - Austria, France, Slovenia, and the Benelux countries. Supetar is almost a suburb of the City of Split The most attractive tourist destinations on the island are Bol and Supetar. Both places have top quality hotels and other accommodation facilities, such as Hotel Elaphusa in Bol and Hotel Amor in Supetar. Places you have to visit The most famous landscape on Brač is the beautiful Zlatni rat (Golden horn) beach. With its unique shape, it has become one of the symbols of Croatian tourism. It’s located in Bol, and you can find quality accommodation in its immediate vicinity (the luxury Hotel Elaphusa which we’ve already mentioned, the hotels Borak, Bonaca, and others). Vidova gora, the highest peak of the Adriatic archipelago can be found on Brač. It offers a fantastic view of the island, as well as the neighbouring islands and the Pelješac peninsula. On particularly clear days, the view stretches all the way to the Apennine (Italian) peninsula. Zlatni rat beach is close to hotel Elaphusa**** The Blaca Hermitage, between Bol and a place called Mirna, is a monument to the tempestuous history of the Croats in these areas. Carved into a steep slope of high cliffs, this set of historic buildings also bears witness to the life of the Glagolitic priests who settled here in the 16th century. Active tourism Brač’s locals invest a lot of effort into the construction and the offer of numerous pieces of content for their guests who love to spend their holidays actively. In Bol, tennis lovers can play on earthen courts, and windsurfers will enjoy their drive ‘’on the wind’’. Windsurfing is just one of the aspects of active tourism on Brač Cyclists will be delighted with the gravel paths which take them through hidden parts of the island, and maybe along the way with kind hosts, they might come across some snacks. An ascent on foot to Vidova Gora is an endeavor for the praise of every mountaineer. Brač is the ideal place for your holiday. Come and see for yourself! Discover all of the sights of the island of Brač, the largest island in Dalmatia, and swim on the most famous beach of the Adriatic - Zlatni rat. Contact us without obligation by calling +385 1 3844 288 or by emailing email@example.com and you’ll get an offer as soon as possible.