Island Brac, also known as Brač, is the largest island in Dalmatia and the third largest in the Adriatic Sea. It is known for its beautiful white stone, which was used in the construction of Diocletian’s Palace in Split. The most popular tourist destination on the island is the town of Bol, which is home to the beautiful Zlatni rat (Golden Horn) beach, a Croatian gem and one of the most beautiful beaches in the country. Bol offers a rich cultural and historical heritage, with attractions such as a Dominican monastery, Baroque summer mansions, a parish church, and rustic stone houses. The town is also known for its delicious Dalmatian cuisine, including fish specialties and famous Brač wines.
Another popular destination on the island is the town of Milna, also known as “The bay of a thousand ships” to the Venetians. It is the most beautiful and safest harbor on the island, and its stone houses are small masterpieces of plebeian architecture. Milna is a popular tourist and nautical center, known for its healthy cuisine and maritime sports such as scuba diving, sailing, and fishing.
Supetar is the administrative, cultural, and tourist center of the island. It is home to the Church of St. Mary of the Annunciation, a beautiful 18th century building with a museum and bell tower. Supetar offers a range of accommodation, restaurants, cultural events, and festivals, as well as traditional taverns where visitors can taste Mediterranean food. All of this, combined with a variety of sports and recreational activities, makes Island Brac a top destination in the Adriatic Sea.