Tour The Island
Although it is the largest island in Dalmatia, and the third largest island in the Adriatic Sea, Brac is small enough to be able to explore in its entirety in a day or two. On a guided half-day island tour you can visit the popular main attractions of Pucisca, and the Stonemasonry School, the village of Skrip, and the Brac Native and Olive Oil museums. You’ll also have time for a photo opportunity on the 778 m high summit of Vidova Gora Mount.
Go Day Tripping
It’s easy to book and take a day trip to neighbouring Hvar Island. Visit by catamaran or book a boat tour. Live it up on the cosmopolitan jet set island of Hvar by exploring the historic sights, and dining in one of the many stylish restaurants. Call our luxury travel experts for the best suggestions of how to get around.
Eat Your Way Around Brac
Croatian cuisine is inspired by many different nations. When in Brac, sample the local delicacies and treat your taste buds. Brac is well known for lamb meat, sheep cheese, olive oil, and mandarins. The food on the island is flavoursome, tasty and varied. Dine at the Kopacina restaurant, in Donji Humac, to eat like a native. Baked lamb dishes, stews, seafood and risottos are a great example of the local grub. Unusual specialties that are hard to find anywhere else in Croatia are: vitalac, (lamb offal wrapped in lamb’s intestines and roasted on a spit) and dormice!