A perfect opportunity to explore the island of Brač, the third largest island in the Adriatic. During this half day excursion you will visit Škrip, a more than 300 year old village a home to the Museum of the Island of Brač, as well as to the unique Oil Museum. In addition, the tour includes a visit to the famous Brač stone carving school and Vidova Gora (778 meters above sea level) where you can enjoy the view of Bol and the other neighboring islands Hvar, Korčula and Vis. Included in the price: tourist bus, tour guide, entrance to the museum and stonemasonry school and the Oil Museum. Reservations and ticket sales available at the reception of Bluesun hotels. Did you know? • The Island of Brač museum is one of the most visited Croatian museums, with approx. 12000 visitors annually. Foundations of the Radojković tower were built 1500 years A.C. On the main Škrip square there is a castle of Cerinić family from 16th century. • Pure white limestone from the quarries near Pucisca on the island of Brač was used to build the White House. Also, long before that, it was used by Roman Emperor Diocletian’s slaves and transported to Split to build his palace.