Brac

You can choose to stay in the island of Brac for the duration of your holiday or as part of a Twin or Multi-Centre holiday with Dubrovnik, Split, Makarska, Korcula, Mljet or Hvar.

Brac is the largest of the Dalmatian islands and the sunniest spot on the Adriatic with over 2,500 hours of sun a year. The well indented coast has numerous bays with sand and pebble beaches, the most famous of which is Zlatni Rat beach (Golden Cape), one of Croatia’s most popular beaches and often regarded as one of the best in the world. Beach hopping on this island is a must for tourists, with each beach more stunning than the last. Brac is perfect for an active holiday with surfing, scuba diving, windsurfing, biking as well as sightseeing and excursions.

The scenic landscape is rich in agriculture, vineyards, lush pine forests and olive groves. Surrounded by such natural beauty are Brac towns – Bol, Postira and Supetar. These are filled with magnificent buildings and are rich in history. This island is famed for its white stone, which has been used in construction of renowned buildings including the Palace of Diocletian in Split and the White House in Washington DC. Known for its wine, olive oil and cheese, Brac has many restaurants offering local specialities – try the local lamb dish, Vitalac.

Most of our properties are located in Bol, a buzzing harbour town with one of Croatia’s most popular and distinctive beaches, Zlatni Rat. A long coastal promenade, lined with pine trees, connects the beach with the old town.

Postira is a picturesque fishing town, only 10 km from the ferry port in Supetar (hourly ferries to Split) and is surrounded by gentle bays, olive groves, vineyards and pine forests.

Supetar is a harbour town set on a beautiful cove on the northwest coast of Brac, surrounded by hidden beaches, small bays and coves hiding along the coastline. The backdrop consists of picturesque vineyards, cherry orchards, stone villages and mountains. As well as beautiful surroundings, Supetar is full of fascinating historical monuments to discover including the 18th century parish church of Mary Annunciation and Bunje – round rock houses with a dome shaped roof that are believed to bear a close resemblance to the houses of pre-historic man.

Our Resorts

Bol

Most of our properties are located in Bol, a buzzing harbour town with one of Croatia’s most popular and distinctive beaches, Zlatni Rat. A long coastal promenade, lined with pine trees, connects the beach with the old town. This famously distinctive pebble cape stretches about half a kilometre into the sea and is a unique natural phenomenon as the direction of its tip constantly changes with the sea currents.

Bol is the perfect location for an active holiday. Westerly winds add to hot summer days to create a favourable climate as well as a paradise for surfers. Other popular activities in the area include scuba diving, windsurfing, biking and tennis as well as sightseeing and excursions.

Postira

Postira is a picturesque fishing town, only 10 km from the ferry port in Supetar (hourly ferries to Split) and is surrounded by gentle bays, olive groves, vineyards and pine forests. The name comes from the Latin word “Pastura” which means “pasture”. This is evident by the hinterland which produces food and wine for the town’s traditional restaurants.

Postira has many attractions for tourists to explore. It’s famous for its cultural monuments including the Lazaric castle and the 16th century parish church of St. John the Baptist. This resort is also home to gorgeous sandy and pebble beaches and coves and offers a range of active pursuits such as cycling, beach volleyball, tennis, bowling, walking, swimming, diving and many other water sports. Sampling the local delicacies of Brac is essential and Postira has many traditional restaurants in which to do so.

Our Properties

Hotel & Apartments Pastura 4*

Bluesun Elaphusa Bol 4*

Bluesun Bonaca Resort All Inclusive 3*

Bluesun Borak Hotel 3*

 

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