Fantastic beaches and secluded tranquil coves
Brac is one of the larger Croatian islands, off the Dalmatian coast, located directly between the island of Hvar and the fascinating mainland town of Split. Enjoying long sunny summers, it is home to pristine beaches with beautifully clean air and gorgeous waters. The beaches here are a mix of sandy pine-fringed bays and idyllic coves. The most famous beach is undoubtedly Zlatni Rat, a unique pebble cape west of Bol, considered one of the finest beaches in Croatia. Excellent beaches can also be found at Postira, Sultivan, Milna and Pusisca. Outstanding naturist beaches include Paklina beach and the beaches on the east coast between Supetar and Sumartin.
Visit Bol and explore the beautiful island surroundings
Brac offers quality hotels and a great selection of cafes, bars, restaurants and family tavernas. The most famous resort is the village of Bol, with its lively youthful atmosphere and exceptional range of sporting activities. Supetar has good family beaches, attractive medieval lanes and a pleasant harbour. You should also try to explore some of the vineyards, cherry orchards, stone villages and mountains to be found on this delightful island.
A water sports paradise
This area has particularly good conditions for windsurfers and excellent instruction. Scuba diving, underwater fishing, water-skiing and sailing are also on offer here. Go mountain biking or walking among the highest mountains of the Adriatic islands. Sights include the monasteries at Blaca and Bol, the Dragon’s Cave, and Vidova Gora Mountain. You could also include a visit to the beautiful neighbouring island of Hvar and the fascinating historic city of Split. With so much to see and do, Brac is a very popular destination for families.
Weather in Brac
Summers on Brac see pleasant temperatures reaching 22C in June and rising to 25C in July and August. The island sees an abundance of sunshine, with the height of the summer receiving 9-12 hours of sun every day. Winds are not that strong during the summer, but the peak season does see certain winds blowing over the island, including the afternoon 'maestral' coming across the sea from the northwest and the 'burin', from the northeast, which both create refreshing breezes. Springtime sees highs of between 14C and 18C, with autumn temperatures remaining pleasant, dropping from 21C in September to 17C in October. Sea temperatures are very warm during the season, with August seeing a water temperature of around 25C, and swimming possible well into September with temperatures remaining at 21C.
All inclusive holidays to Brac
The essentials are covered on all inclusive holidays, with all meals, drinks and snacks provided, guests need never go hungry, thanks to the extensive buffets and constant supplies of food and drink throughout the day. A great way to experience the island and enjoy a stress-free week or two away, there are no extra bills to pay on departure, meaning guests can stay within their budget and enjoy a cost-effective trip.