About Brac Island

  • Pretty villages and delightful beaches
  • Bol - a mecca for water sports
  • Brac stone - used to build the White House
  • 50 minutes from Split by regular ferry
  • History - Skrip museum and Blaca hermitage
  • Must see: the Golden Horn beach

Large island with many pretty harbour towns, secret bays and spectacular beaches easily accessible with frequent ferries from Split

Majestic, easy to get to, fishing villages and stone cottages, pristine beaches, olive groves, windsurfing paradise, mountain desert, small airport  Brac is a stunning island, voted one of the most beautiful in the world. It is the third largest in Croatia, and the largest island in the Split region. It is very easy to reach from Split, where frequent ferries run all day round.  The 50 minute scenic ferry ride is an event in itself, and you will feel the Brac vibe as soon as you disembark in the charming port of Supetar, where we usually have lunch of the freshest fish right in the harbour. The easy pace of life on Brac is infectious and you will definitely recharge your batteries there. Still, there is loads to do.

Destinations in Brac Island