Brač is the largest of the Dalmatian islands and is famous for its white marble. Whether the White House in Washington, the Reichstag building in Berlin, or the Parliament building in Vienna –striking Brač marble can be found in many historic buildings. West of Brač is the island of Šolta, south of which is the island of Hvar.
Accessibility to the mainland is excellent, and a water taxi or ferry regularly runs to Split. With this magnificent location, it is a wonderful starting point for cultural excursions and historical explorations. Of course, the island itself has much to offer from an impressively diverse sports offer to culinary tours.