Island Brac Croatia is the largest island in Dalmatia and the third largest in the Adriatic. It is also one of the most beautiful islands in Adriatic. It is separated from the mainland by the Brač Channel. The precious well-known white stone from Island Brac was used in building Diocletian’s Palace in Split. Above all, the most popular touristic place on island is BOL with its beautiful beach Zlatni rat or Golden Horn. The beach is a real Croatian gem and one of the most beautiful beach in Croatia. Bol offers rich cultural and historical heritage. For instance, a Dominican monastery, many Baroque summer mansions, a parish church and rustic plebeian stone houses. An imperative when it comes to Bol is experiencing Dalmatian cuisine with fish specialties and the famous Brač wines. All of this makes Bol one the top destinations in Adriatic.
MILNA, or as the Venetians called it “The bay of a thousand ships”, lies on the north-west side of the island. Firstly, it is the most beautiful and the safest harbor of Brač. Stone houses in Milna are small masterpieces of plebeian architecture. There is also a beautiful Baroque church with a typically Dalmatian bell tower. Secondly, Milna is a popular tourist center and a favorite nautical port. This typically Dalmatian “small town” Milna will enchant you with its healthy cuisine abundant in fresh fish, quality olive oil and home-made wines. If you like maritime sports, you can enjoy scuba-diving, sailing or fishing.
SUPETAR is the administrative, cultural and a tourist center. An imperative is the Church of St. Mary of the Annunciation from the 18th century with a beautiful bell tower and a museum. Supetar has a rich offer in accommodation, restaurants, cultural events and festivals. In numerous traditional taverns you can taste the magnificent Mediterranean food. In conclusion, all of this in combination with different sports and recreational activities will make your holiday unforgettable.