Brac Travel Guide
Nearby to the popular destination of Split, Brac boasts some lovely coves and bays and gives visitors an interesting glimpse into authentic island life. Brac is perhaps most famous for its glittering white stone - used to build the White House in Washington DC - and Zlatni Rat, the long lavish beach which extends into the Adriatic.
As the largest island in central Dalmatia, Brac boasts several towns, villages and a Dramatic Mediterranean landscape of steep cliffs, pine forest and inky waters.
All of our Croatian destinations can be visited independently as a Croatian self-drive holiday, a coastal cruise or an organised land tour. Escorted tours will often include transportation, an expert local guide and entrance to attractions such as National Parks, cathedrals and monuments.
- Flight time from London: 2hr 20min
- Split Airport: 30km from theferry terminal; transfer time about 40min
- Split to Brac ferry: 50min transfer time
- Currency: Euro or Kuna
Situated in a beautiful old house with stunning views over a cove beach and the sea, Ribarska kućica offers fantastic seafood and fresh, local cuisine.
Tucked away in the old port of Sutivan is the homely Bokuncin restaurant. Here you will get classic Dalmatian fare away from the seasonal fuss of the main towns.
Set just back from the glittering sea is this rustic and friendly, family run restaurant offering traditional island cuisine.
One of Coatia's most famous sights, this shingle beach stretches for over 500m from the coastline and out into the Adriatic Sea.
Branislav Deskovic Fine Art Gallery
Situated on the harbour-front, the Branislav Deskovic Fine Art Gallery in housed in a Renaissance building dating back to the 17th century and features works from some famous Croatian artists.
Situated just west of Bol lies the Dragon's Cave, reliefs painted on the inside date all the way back to the 15th century. Tours of the cave must be organised locally.
Standing on the site where the palace of the Bishops of Brac and Hvar once stood, is this 15th century monastery. The museum inside is home to several ancient coins, and most famously Tintoretto’s 'Madonna with Child' is also housed here.