Luxury in Brac Island: Home of Zlatni Rat; one of the prettiest beaches in the world
Explore this unique island offering all you might need for an unforgettable holiday in an unspoiled natural environment. Brac is the the largest among the central Dalmatian islands. Its rich history and cultural heritage dates back to pre-historic times. The island's unique food, beautiful beaches and bays, high quality luxury villas for rent and the hospitality of the local people will guarantee unforgettable summer holidays. No celebrities or business moguls sail their yachts into Brac harbours, nor do politicians saunter around village streets. For that reason, it provides an excellent window into authentic island life, particularly in the interior. In its pastures, goats graze in fragrant grassy fields that give their cheese a special taste. Brac's sunny hills are covered with forests of cypress trees and vineyards, from which high quality wines, like the special Bolski Plavac, are produced. Do not miss the olive oil, produced form a rare variety of olives called buhavica. The flagship of the island is Zlatni rat in Bol, definitely one of the most beautiful beaches in the entire Adriatic. Brac Island is a place of outstanding beauty, but it also has a vital folk culture full of age-old traditions and. Every town on the island has its own unique and magical summer holiday atmosphere.
Island Brac (pronounced "Bratch"), with a surface covered in fine sand, has a triangular shape with a prominent peak in the sea, the direction of which varies with the direction of the current. Vitus' Mount is the highest peak of all Croatian islands. Composed primarily of limestone and dolomite, the quarries of the island of Brac have been a source of stone for creating ornamental stonework for centuries. The old Romans used this high quality stone to build cities, palaces, temples, amphitheatres, and graves all over Dalmatia. Major farming products are olive oil, wine and fruit and the most common occupations include livestock breeding and fishing, with canneries in Postira and Milna. During the summer months there are varioius folk festivals and other cultural events. Inhabitants of Brac all gather in a procession celebrating St. Vid on Vidova Gora. Among the most interesting events on the island is "Bez regula" (without rules!) held at the end of July in Sutivan. Everything is spiced with a rich nightlife with lively music concerts. It is possible to rent cars, scooters, quads and bicycles to explore every corner of the island. Brac is well connected to the mainland by ferry lines from Split and Makarska. The airport on the island only open only during the summer season.