Brač is Croatia’s longest and most elevated island. Despite its large size, it’s a Croatian destination that never gets overrun with tourists and retains an authentic air, making it ideal for those looking for a more laid back experience of the Dalmatian Coast.
Brač’s dramatic scenery and signature white stone make it a truly beautiful place to stay in Croatia. Take a look at the villas we have available in the area below.
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Villa Tica – 3 Palms
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Brac Beach House
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Villa Cetrdeset 40
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Villa Tri Osam
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Brač was first discovered by the Croatian people in the 7th century and became an official part of the Croatian Kingdom three centuries after this. It’s known for its fishing and agricultural practices, but the biggest export is the signature white Brač stone.
The best time to visit Brač island is in the summer months, between June and September. The weather in Croatia is at its warmest at this point and there will be frequent ferry services running between the island and the mainland.
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Brač is known for being the Croatian island with the most elevation, so one of the best things to do when you visit is go hiking in these peaks and admire the best views you’ll get in the whole of Croatia. It’s also got some of the most beautiful scenery, so whether you’re out in the hills or visiting villages along the coast, we highly recommend you get out and explore.
Check out the guide we’ve written about the best things to do in Brač!
Brač is home to one of the most famous beaches in Europe; the Golden Horn (Zlatni Rat). If you’re visiting the island in the summer, this is the best place to go to enjoy beautiful golden sand, clear blue water and wonderful views of the Adriatic. A historic highlight of the island is the Dominican Monastery in Bol which was built in the 15th century and also hosts a museum with plenty of fascinating artefacts.
Get more ideas of the best places to go in Brač from this post!
The exact area of Brač island is 396 km². It’s the largest island in Dalmatia, which makes it one of the area’s most popular travel destinations because of the range of things to do.
The distance between Brač and Split is around 34km. A car ferry runs between the two destinations and will take about 50 minutes to get you from one place to the other.
Brač is quite a large island, so if you want to see as much of it as possible then your best option may be to hire a car or bring a car across from mainland Croatia with you on the ferry. However, there are buses available if you’d rather use public transport
If you’d like to find out more about other destinations in Croatia like Brač, take a look at the pages below.