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Holidays in Brac Island

From the lush forests that enclose its beaches, to the quaint houses and magnificent buildings that fill its towns, Brac Island is surrounded by natural and historic beauty. There is something for everyone to do – whether it’s a culinary escapade tasting the island’s famous cheese and wine, or learning how to windsurf on the unique beach of Zlatni Rat.

9-25 °C

Enjoy long, warm summers and mild, but wet winters.

3 hours

The closest international airport to Brac Island is Split International Airport (SPU)

Experience everything from unique beaches to wine tasting and gastronomy tours when you book a Thomas Cook Holiday to Brac Island.

Featured Brac Island holidays

smartline Bluesun Neptun

Tucepi, Dalmatian Coast

7 Nights, All Inclusive
Hotel highlights
  • Beachfront location
  • Family friendly
  • Large pool

TripAdvisor Traveller rating

Based on 233 reviews

What is included?

  • 15kgs Standard Luggage Allowance
  • ATOL Protection
  • Resort service
  • Return Transfers

From

£463

SENTIDO Kaktus

Supetar, Brac Island

7 Nights, All Inclusive
Hotel highlights
  • Scenic location
  • Only 70m away from a shingle beach
  • Relaxing spa

TripAdvisor Traveller rating

Based on 312 reviews

What is included?

  • 15kgs Standard Luggage Allowance
  • ATOL Protection
  • Resort service
  • Return Transfers

From

£568

smartline Beach Village

Supetar, Brac Island

7 Nights, Self Catering
Hotel highlights
  • Ideal for nature lovers
  • Fresh and colourful accommodation
  • Only 200m away from a pebble beach

TripAdvisor Traveller rating

Based on 48 reviews

What is included?

  • 15kgs Standard Luggage Allowance
  • ATOL Protection
  • Resort service
  • Return Transfers

From

£349

Hotel Osam

Supetar, Brac Island

7 Nights, Half Board
Hotel highlights
  • Contemporary design
  • Roof top bar with harbour views
  • Adult-only hotel

TripAdvisor Traveller rating

Based on 131 reviews

What is included?

  • 15kgs Standard Luggage Allowance
  • ATOL Protection
  • Resort service
  • Return Transfers

From

£691

Bluesun Hotel Berulia

Brela, Dalmatian Coast

7 Nights, Half Board
Hotel highlights
  • Outdoor pool and sunloungers
  • Grill restaurant on the beach
  • On a quiet hillside by a pebbly beach

TripAdvisor Traveller rating

Based on 177 reviews

What is included?

  • 15kgs Standard Luggage Allowance
  • ATOL Protection
  • Resort service
  • Return Transfers

From

£631

From lazing in the sun on Zlatni Rat, the unique beach that changes shape, or exploring the hidden caves and bays along the coastline, Brac Island is a paradise for anyone that loves the sea and sand. Further inland you’ll find ancient architecture, stone houses and historical monuments that tell the story of a previous era. Food lovers can look forward to local dishes, or taste the wine and cheese that the island is famous for.

Hopping from one beach to the next definitely tops the list of activities to do on Brac Island.  From pebbles to white sand, and usually surrounded by pine trees, each beach is more dazzling than the next. The island is best known for the uniquely shaped Zlatni Rat beach in Bol, which has been named one of the most beautiful beaches in the world. Watch its triangular peak shift as the current sweeps across it. Due to Bol’s favourable wind conditions, the area is also popular with windsurfers. Discover hidden beaches in the area of Supetar, with its small bays and coves hiding along the coastline.

The fresh ocean air, elevated mountain regions and arable Mediterranean soil makes Brac the ideal place to cultivate vineyards, olives and figs. The island is known and loved for its wine, olive oil and cheese produce - experience it by taking a gastronomy or wine tour of the area. Wondering what to eat in Brac? Try a local lamb dish, Vitalac, or brave the local drink Bolski Plavac, a spirit made from grapes and herbs.

Visiting the small towns of Brac, with its ancient architecture, quaint houses and harbours that date back centuries, is the perfect way to explore Brac Island. The remains of the biggest Christian Basilica can be found on the island, close to the parish church in Povlja. This village is also home to the oldest preserved documents written in Croatian. In the area of Supetar, nestled between olive plantations and vineyards, you will find bunje, round rock houses with a dome shaped roof. These days they are used to store tools, but they are believed to bear a close resemblance to the houses of pre-historic man.

Brac Island is best for...

Beach lovers: Spend your days on one of the many beautiful beaches on the island

Foodies: The area is known for its wine and cheese - the perfect holiday food and drink combination

Adventure seekers: Tick windsurfing, mountain climbing and scuba diving off your to-do list


Fast facts

Language: The language spoken in Brac Island is Croatian

Currency: The currency used in Brac Island is the Croatian Kuna

Local time: The time in Brac Island is 1 hour ahead of UK time

Fly to: The closest international airport to Brac Island is Split International Airport (SPU).

Flight time from UK:  Approximately 3 hours

Tourist Information: Further Brac Island tourist information can be found here www.bracinfo.com

Visa & Health: Before you travel, visit www.gov.uk/foreign-travel-advice/croatia for recommendations and advice on visas and health for your holiday to Brac Island.


Weather and climate

Temperature: 9-25 (°C)

Enjoy Brac Island’s natural attractions in the spring, when comfortable temperatures in the mid-teens (°C) offer the perfect conditions for exploring. Summers are long, hot and dry, with an average high of 30 at the peak of the season. Temperatures drop to the mid-teens during the autumn, but the winters are still mild enough to get out and explore.


Getting around

By bus: Travelling around the island by bus is an inexpensive and convenient alternative to a car

By boat: Try a taxi boat, or rent your own boat and hop from beach to beach

By car hire: Drive around the island on your own time by renting a car


Events

Cultural summer festival: Enjoy classical, pop and jazz music concerts as well as art exhibitions and various sports events.

For history lovers: Visit the Museum of the monastery of Andrija Kacic Miosic, with paintings and pieces dating back to the 17th century.

Adventure seekers: Take part in the Vankaregule Outdoor Adventure Sport & Film Festival with mountain biking, windsurfing and a showcasing of extreme sport documentary films.


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