The largest island of Dalmatia offers a rich fusion of natural beauty, cultural heritage dating to prehistoric times, gourmet cuisine and friendly locals. Featuring dolomite and karst limestone reliefs, the landscapes of this stunning island are known for the plentiful gullies, crevices, round valleys and coves. The largest town on Brac is Supetar, where you can visit the parish church of Mary of the Annunciation and the nearby Leroj Bell tower.
Enjoy the toasty beaches of the wonderful small town Bol - the splendid beach of Zlatni Rat (Golden Cape) really is the closest to heaven on Earth, with 10 km of sand and aquamarine blue shores locked by pine groves to enjoy some leisure time.
If you get hungry in the meantime, visit BioMania restaurant with a variety of vegan and gluten-free options available for the health-conscious crowd.
Due to a predictable afternoon mistral wind, Bol is a safe haven for windsurfing but beware of the strong currents when swimming. If you still find some energy for the party, head on to the 585 Bol club. Protected by the quiet of the woods, some of the most decadent parties of the region are held in this club just minutes away from Zlatni Rat beach.