Discover 10 amazing sights you should visit during your stay on Brac Island

The Dalmatian island of Brač is the nearest main one to Split, under an hour away by regular ferry.


The boat brings you into Supetar, the main town, its pretty harbourfront lined with restaurant terraces.

Striking façades provide picturesque introduction to the stone for which the island is famous.


On the south coast, the main resort of Bol is best known for its iconic beach of Zlatni rat, which moves according to winds and tides.

#1 St Vid Mountain – to enjoy spectacular views and make perfect Instagram photos

#2 Museum of Olive Oil – to see the old equipment used for olive oil production. It is in the oldest settlement on the island, the village of Škrip

#3 Stonemasonry School in Pučišća – open for visit in mornings, you’ll learn about traditional methods of stone sculpting with only hand tool

#4 Submarine Tunnels – there are three submarine tunnels on the island of Brač: Maslinovo, Smrka and Kručšica. These are ex-Yugoslavia military legacy that have become tourist attraction

#5 Blaca Hermitage – accessible only by foot (make sure to bring a lot of water), carved into karst of St.Vid Mountain, founded by two monks in 16th century. It was kept successfully by generations of monks and was the economic and spiritual center of this part of the Island up until 1963 when the last father, Niko Milicevic Jr. died. Very well preserved, a must-see!

#6 Zlatni Rat (Golden Cape) – the main landmark of the island and the most famous beach of Croatia. Tip of the cape changes its shape according to the influence of winds, waves and sea currents. Kite and surf lovers paradise.

#7 Zmajeva Špilja (Dragon’s Cave) – mystical place, another hermitage site from 15th century, richly decorated with unusual sculptures, whose meaning has still not been uncovered

#8 Lovrečina Archaeological Site – the remains of the St.Lawrence basilica from 5th  and 6th century are set in a beautiful bay of the same name

#9 Supetar Cemetery – on beautiful location, surrounded by sea, this cemetery is a cultural treat as it hosts great artworks of sculpture artists Tome Rosandić and  Ivan Rendić

#10 Roman Stone Quarries – a 2 km long theme route named Hercules which starts in Splitska seafront will bring you to the entrance of the quarry which was a source of stone that was used to build a Diocletian’s Palace in Split

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All of our guests will get 10% discount on lunch and dinner at the near Hotel Restaurant


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