DATA PROTECTION NOTICE
Our Cruise in Confidence Guarantee Read More
Brač is the island famous for its stone quarries, some of which were used to build the White House in Washington DC, Diocletian’s Palace in Split, many cathedrals, monasteries and parliament buildings. Besides the stone, Brač is known for its quality olive oil and beautiful bays. One of the most famous spots on the island is definitely Zlatni Rat (Golden Horn) beach in Bol, whose shape changes with the currents of the wind and sea.
Brac At A Glance
Flight Time from the UK to Split 2hours 30mins
Population of Brac 15,000
What to See in Brac Visit the paradise Zlatni Rat beach (Golden Horn), discover the white stone that built the White House (USA), Visit Bol, Museum of Olive Oil, Marina Vlaska, diving
Towns & Islands to Visit near Brac Hvar, Korcula, Mljet National Park, Split, Trogir, Vis, Solta, Makarska
Cruises via Brac Island
- Explore This Trip
Superior7 DaysMS Splendid ShipFrom: $1,078
Superior7 DaysMS Splendid ShipFrom: $1,078
Superior7 DaysMS Princess AlohaFrom: $1,272
Things to do in Brac
Visit Zlatni Rat Beach
The paradise beach of Zlatni Rat is one of the most beautiful beaches in the Adriatic and a recognisable panorama of Bol. The very tip keeps changing its shape constantly due to the influence of winds, waves and sea currents. Top up your tan and enjoy the beautiful views from the beach. For the more active, the beach is renowned for surfing.
Discover beautiful white stone that built the White House (USA)
Known for its striking colour, this famous stone has been used for many important monuments throughout history. The White House is the best known one, followed by Diocletian’s palace in Split and many more.
Discover the beautiful seaside town of Bol
Gathered around a compact marina, the old town of Bol is a delightful place made up of small stone houses and winding streets dotted with pink and purple geraniums. Take a stroll down narrow cobbled roads for a full Mediterranean experience and enjoy the many buildings marked with interpretative panels explaining their cultural and historical significance.
Hotels in Brac
Lemon Garden Hotel, Sutivan,
This stylish heritage hotel is set within a garden of Mediterranean flowers, palm and lemon trees, providing a tranquil oasis that harmoniously blends into the historic fishing village.
Located along the seafront promenade just a short stroll from the pedestrian-only Old Town with its cafes, restaurants and shops. There are 28 rooms, suites and maisoneetes offering either a courtyard, garden or sea view along with unique handmade furniture, fine linens and spacious marble bathrooms. There is a beautiful outdoor pool, and its restaurant is a destination in itself, with dishes using herbs from the garden, produce from its own organic farm and other locally- sourced ingredients, including fresh seafood.
The Hotel Bol sits on a hillside overlooking the island of Hvar and the Adriatic in the town of Bol. It hosts 18 rooms and 5 deluxe suites that open onto balconies, some of which enjoy partial sea views while are all air-conditioned, elegantly furnished and come with modern amenities like flat- screen satellite televisions, complimentary Wi-Fi and minibars. The property includes an outdoor pool, sunbeds and shady umbrellas on the terrace for relaxing as well as a gym with a sauna. Guests can also take advantage of free shuttle service to beautiful Zlatni Rat beach. The onsite restaurant serves a breakfast buffet-style as well as authentic Dalmatian cuisine, and there are multiple restaurants and bars nearby.
The four-star Bracka Perla is an intimate hotel with 11 rooms and suites, all of which have a terrace or balcony. It sits within a picturesque, tranquil cove, surrounded by fragrant lavender bushes, olive groves and pine trees, ideal for relaxation. Guests can indulge in a full range of massage treatments, soak in the Jacuzzi and unwind in the sauna, or enjoy lounging around the outdoor pool with a shaded terrace. There’s even wine- and oil-making facilities onsite that can be explored, and a lawn bowls court to take advantage of. The onsite restaurant serves local Brac and traditional Dalmatian cuisine and within a short walking distance are shops, bars, restaurants and the harbor.
Bluesun Hotel Elapusa
Bluesun Hotel Elapusa is just a short walk from one of the world’s most beautiful beaches, Zlatni Rat, and near the island’s top historical and cultural attractions. It hosts 306 luxurious rooms and suites with sliding glass doors that open onto balconies – upgraded options come with a beautiful sea view. Guests have access to scuba diving and windsurfing facilities, bicycles for rent, and a wellness center with two saltwater pools and a wide range of holistic treatment options. There’s are multiople dining options, including a restaurant serving seafood on the beach in front of the hotel, a coffee and cocktail bar, and a nightclub. Kids can enjoy arcade games, a bowling alley and their own pool.