About Island Brac

Having more than 2500 hours of sun a year, the island of Brac is officially the sunniest spot on the Adriatic. In addition, it is the largest island of Dalmatian region, with history dating back to Old Greeks. Its natural beauty is proven by the magnificent beach of Zlatni Rat, the ever-changing sea site shaped by powers of waves and winds. It is, by far, the most recognizable unofficial symbol of vacation in Croatia.

As such, Brac is a perfect locality for long, reflexive walks which trigger inspiration and calm down one’s nerves. But don’t think of Brac as an island of solely isolated leisure. Numerous inns, clubs and open-air beach parties are also available, as are surfing sessions and visits to Dragonjina Spilja Cave. The hermitage of Blaca is another fascinating place worthy of exploring, while more extreme sportsman can enjoy trekking and free climbing. Brac is known for its top-quality limestone, which was used in construction of The White House in Washington.

Island Brac
Brač, Croatia

Sail Through the Sun in Bracki Channel

The photo above doesn’t have a lot of details, yet it sums what sailing Croatian waters can be like. Blue and crystal green are common colors that you will find while exploring the seaside, but sometimes orange takes over in the most magnificent way possible. What started as a simple voyage through the waves soon becomes a trip on sunrays. The photo was taken in Bracki Channel that divides mainland from Island Brac. With over 2500 sun hours per year, it is not strange that region leads to photos such as this one. Do you have your own photos made during vacation in Croatia? Share them with our online community. Just upload them to our Facebook Wall and earn a…

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