Island Brač is the 3rd largest Croatian island and largest island in the Dalmatia region (Split archipelago) with a surface of 396 km² and a population of nearly 15 000. Brač canal divides it from the mainland and Splitska Vrata from island Šolta. The most famous symbol of Brač is white, pebble beach Zlatni Rat (Golden Cape). Zlatni rat is favorite windsurfers and kiters site.
This peculiar island offers plenty of activities. It is ideal for sailing from bay to bay, swimming and snorkeling in the pure crystal clear sea, windsurfing in front of the Zlatni rat in Bol. Great day trips are available from Bol: diving, walking or hiking, wine tasting. Or you can relax somewhere in the deep shadow and enjoy the most exquisite local delicacies. Once on Brač, a must-try is tasty Brač cheese, lamb and fish, homemade sweet liqueurs, and famous red wine "Bolski plavac."
Famous seafarers destinations on the island are Milna, Bol, Supetar, Bobovišća, Postira, Selca, Povlja, Sumartin.
Milna is on the north-west side of the island of Brač. The welcoming bays of Milna have always been a favorite port to sailors sailing through the Split archipelago. In most cases, Milna is the first stop when sailing from the Split area. Stone houses along the beautiful long coastline are small masterpieces of plebeian architecture.
Milna is the most beautiful and safest harbor on Brač, with two highly equipped marinas – ACI Marina Milna and Marina Vlaška. These marinas offer high-quality service even to the most demanding sailors.
Just a few miles from Milna is a safe nautical anchorage Bobovišća. Nautical anchorage Bobovišća is located in the bay on the western side of the island Brač, in one of the most beautiful and most protected bays on the Adriatic sea. The natural terrain configuration and surrounding hills protect the bay from all winds and provide a haven for boaters. At the anchorage, there are 32 buoys, for the safe mooring of boats of length up to 25 meters.
At the foothill of Vidova Gora, the highest peak on all Adriatic islands, on the south side of the island, is a tourist center of the island, Bol. This picturesque small town was once the home of wine-growers, fishermen, and sailors. Bol is the only coastal settlement on the southern side of the island of Brač.
Its white beaches attract, particularly Zlatni rat Beach, because of their vastness and beauty. Zlatni rat beach stretches almost vertically into the sea, changing its shape and location depending on the winds. Its elegance and allure have made it the symbol of both the island and coastal Croatia. Bol has waterfront moorings with power, water, and showers facilities.
In the middle part of the northern part of the island of Brac is one of the most beautiful villages on Adriatic and Croatia, Pučišća.
The settlement originated on the stone, at the stone, and from stone, with original Mediterranean characteristics. Its white roofs are creating an authentic ambient atmosphere. Pučišća is at the bottom of a deep bay, which splits into two smaller bays: Puciski dolac and Stipanska luka.
The surrounding of Pucisca, like the whole island of Brac, is famous for the production of olive-oil, vine, and figs. City port offers moorings with power, water, and shower facilities.
On the north side of the island is city Supetar, which is the official center of Brač. All ferries from Split to Brač dock in Supetar.
Supetar is a town of simplicity and beauty. It is an ideal destination for all those who wish to enjoy a rich cultural heritage and natural attractions. It has been a favorite vacation destination for a long time because of its beautiful and long sandy beaches, surrounded by pine tree forests.
For local gourmet experience, you can visit one of many restaurants and taverns in the town.
The city port of Supetar disposes with 30 berths/ moorings with power and water.
To reach Brač is quite easy. With ferry line from Split to Supetar, which operates several times a day, in season even more often. Ferry schedule.
For a full experience, book private boat trip from Trogir or Split.