Sightseeing & Activities

Bathing bay with pebble beach on the island Brač The island Brač is 40 km long and up to 10 km wide. With 395 square kilometers it is the largest Dalmatian island. The Mediterranean climate lets the almond tree bloom as soon as February and the pleasant temperatures allow bathing up until October. Brač is one of the sunniest regions on the Adriatic Sea with over 2700 hours of sun. Each of the over twenty towns has its own charm and their history is just as diverse as their landscapes. The crystal-clear water is wonderfully clean and invites you to many activities - swimming, snorkeling, learning to scuba dive, surfing, boat trips around the island or to the mainland and rafting tours.

Culturally interested visitors can choose from a number of landmarks and sights. Apart from visiting the many parish churches and cloisters you should also see...
The harbour of Supetar Supetar - the lively island capital – is where you arrive when you take the car ferry from Split. Supetar offers all important contact points such as a post office, banks, shops, a gas station, a pharmacy, a hospital, a weekly market, souvenir shops, cafés and a lot of nightlife. There are tennis courts, car and bike rentals and also boat rentals.

The harbour of Splitska Next along the main road is our small village of Splitska, not yet touched by tourism and in a romantic location. At the harbour (400 m from the PANORAMA) there is a small supermarket where you can buy your bread in the morning. There are no hotel complexes here or disturbing night clubs.

After another 5 minutes by car, you will reach Postira. This is a town which has stayed original with much lively commotion around the harbor. The romantic settlement is surrounded by tangerine plantations, palm trees and blooming oleander plants. Postira offers a bit more action than its neighbor Splitska, but you still will not find any large and impersonal hotel complexes here.

The sand beach Lovrecina is only a few kilometers from here. Especially families with small children appreciate this bathing bay since it stays very shallow for about 25 meters into the sea.

The town of Pucisca is also worth a visit. It looks back on centuries of stonemason art and tradition. The “white stone of Brač” is obtained from the quarries here and was used, amongst other things, for the Diocletian Palace in Split, the Parliament Building in Berlin, the Parliament in Vienna and partially in the White House in Washington.

There are many other activities on Brač. You can... On Brač you will find many hidden places along the shore for taking
		a peaceful swim Aside from the pebble and a few sandy beaches you will find magnificent places in the cliffs where you will be undisturbed – a small paradise for naturist bathers and surfers. Bathing shoes or beach socks are recommended, as due to the excellent water quality, you will find the one or the other sea urchin.