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.
Brač discovery sightseeing tour
app. 4 hours | 350 HRK per person
Availability: all year
This tour is ideal for those looking to comfortably explore the most interesting locations of the island. The focus will be on the islands cultural heritage and traditions to guarantee an authentic experience. You will visit the small seaside town Bobovišća, beautiful Ložišća, and Donji Humac, where you will also visit the islands famous stone-art gallery.
A visit to Brač would not be complete without seeing St. Vid – the highest point of all Adriatic islands – and enjoying the view. Before ending the tour, you will visit the Heritage Museum of Island Brač in Škrip. The tour is ending again in Sutivan.
Tour of Sutivan
app. 1,5 hours | 150 HKR per person
Availability: All year, good option for early and late season
Route: cultural tour, easy stroll through the town
Sutivan - rich history and splendid architecture. This beautiful little town holds surprising stories, which are told through its stone houses and palaces. You will take a leisurely stroll from St. John chapel, through small „kale“ (traditional narrow streets) down to the Mojstir area, while learning of the town’s history and traditions. Finally you will reach Sutivan port, which will serve as stage to round up the stories of pirates, Romans, Venetians and noble families navigating through the Adriatic Sea and thereby creating the unique architectural legacy of Sutivan.