Brac Guide

Brac

Brac is arguable most famous for its radiant white stone that was used to build Diocletian’s Palace in Split. Furthermore, the Zlatni Rat, a pebbled beach in Bol is also largely popular- extending into the Adriatic and often plastered across Croatia’s tourism posters.

Broc has two main centres- Supetar and Bol, and is the largest island in central Dalmatia. There are a variety of towns and villages, along with sweeping steep cliffs and vast pine forests. The waters surrounding the island are inky, whilst the land is scattered with many piles of rocks. These date back to the extensive labor of townswomen who, over hundreds of years, moved them there to make space for orchards and vineyards.

What to see

  • Golden horn
  • Bol Town

What to do

  • Enjoy watersports activities around the most famous beach in Croatia (Golden horn)
  • Take a walk around the lovely narrow streets and historical houses in Bol
  • Mlina – Lucice bay is a great spot for watersport activities and a nice place for visit

What to see

Golden Horn
Bol Town
Lucice bay

What to do

Escape into the underwater paradise
Brac Island Olive Oil Museum Tour

Where to eat

Restaurant Nono Ban

An oasis of peace and tranquility

Resturant Lemongarden

The lighting concept emphasizes the natural aesthetic and with lighting accents skillfully draws attention to the numerous lemon trees that play a central role at Hotel Lemongarden. Whatever is possible, we produce ourselves: bread, pasta, pastries…everything is homemade, even the milk-based limoncello that our limoncello master Ivan creates. The milk base takes away the superficial sweetness and makes it simply exquisite.