The Croatian island of Brac has a lot to offer tourists who enjoy beaches and outdoor activities like hiking, mountain climbing and cave exploration; there are also museums and historic buildings to please sightseers who visit this beautiful Adriatic island. The picturesque remote village of Bobovišća na Moru has many lovely swimming holes and atmospheric pubs, while Supetar, the most populated town on the island, is known for its resort beaches, the marina and an 18th-century baroque church filled with antique paintings. The beaches of Bol are popular for windsurfers and are known for their perfectly crystalline blue waters. ... Read more »
- Dragon's Cave on Brac
- Hermitage of Blaca
- Vidova Gora Mountain
- Enjoy fascinating exhibits at the Dominican monastery on Brac
- Swim at the resort beaches of Supetar
- Browse galleries as you walk along the marina in Milna
The warmest months for Brac are July and August when temperatures exceed 24°C, and this is the driest time of year as well. Winters are rainy and cold with lows around 0°C from December to February. The island averages 2,600 hours of sunshine annually.
Getting There & Around
Split (mainland Croatia) has an international airport, and there are regular ferries from here to Bol and Supetar on Brac Island. There is a train station on the mainland as well, and buses run from city to city on the island.
Get around via rental cars, scooters, bicycles and ATVs.« Hide