Brač is more than just a beautiful island – it’s a place where you can indulge in authentic Dalmatian cuisine, explore ancient sites, and soak up the Mediterranean sun!
An authentic Mediterranean island and a must-see on your Croatia itinerary is Brač (bratch). The famous Golden Horn beach changes its shape according to the currents and waves, and it’s a windsurfers utopia while small towns such as Milna are known for their relaxed appeal. Definitely visit the Blaca Hermitage Monastery founded by Glagolitic priests in the 16th century. Hidden gems such as Rasotica cove, which reminds of a fjord or an interesting Smreka (Smrika) where you can anchor your boat in a tunnel fortified by old warplanes make Brač a top island for the Dalmatia itinerary.
The island is famous for its white limestone, which has been used to build many iconic structures, including the White House in Washington D.C. The island is also home to one of the oldest olive trees in the world, estimated to be over 2,000 years old! And, Brac is the birthplace of several notable Croatian figures, including the famous sculptor Ivan Rendic and the writer Vladimir Nazor.