Split, Kastela, Trogir
The island of Brac is the largest island in Dalmatia, and one of the most visited. What makes Brac so special? Above all, diversity. Hidden coves, small fishing villages, cultural and historical importance, dedication of the local population to agriculture and fishing, a stone of Brac whose quality is recognized at the world level … All this makes Brac well known and unique. Well, let’s start exploring…
The first stop is Smrka Bay. The deep and sheltered cove was once a forbidden territory due to the former Yugoslavian structures and the deep undermining of the removal of warships. Today, military tunnels serve local fishermen. An almost uninhabited cove, beautiful sea and a trace from the past will surely be etched in your memory. And now it's time for the next stop…
The photo that toured the world and became the best ambassador of tourism is certainly a photo of “Zlatni Rat” beach. The Golden Horn is a pebble beach formed by the deposition of golden pebbles around an underwater reef. It extends about 500 meters into the sea. The top of the beach is constantly changing due to the influence of sea currents, waves and winds. You will have the opportunity to swim and enjoy, soak up the sun's rays on the most photogenic beach in the world. The beach is located near the small fishing village Bol. If you wish, you can walk to Bol on foot.
After the swim, it's time for some food. Brac is known for its gastronomic offer; homemade wine, olive oil, fresh fish, lamb. Sumartin is a maritime town on the south side of the eastern Brac coast. It is one of the most desirable tourist destinations on the island. In Sumartin you have lunch time at one of the local restaurants. When it comes to food on this island, there is no fear that the meal you order will not delight you. Fresh ingredients and local wine will satisfy even the most demanding ones. Our skippers are always careful about what they propose to you. After lunch, on the way to the next destination we will stop for a sea refreshment
Welcome to Pučišća! At first glance, this place exudes harmony and elegance. Many say it is because of the construction of white marble stone paved houses. Pučišća have long been known for their stone-carving culture. The Stonemasonry School in Pučišća is unique for hand-carving stone using ancient Roman tools. This school has been educating young stone masonry for over 100 years. This is one of the rarely seen attractions and we are sure you will enjoy visiting this unique place. After this, you choose to go sightseeing or swimming
Even before it became a popular place to enjoy and relax, the history of this bay testifies that it was long before. Specifically, many valuable archeological remains have been found there; foundations of Roman country villas, remains of the Basilica of Sts. Lawrence. Pines and poplars adorn the beauty of this bay. It is an ideal place to enjoy the summer joys.
If you are keen on sightseeing more than sunbathing we take you to Supetar, the main town on the island of Brac. Supetar is a picturesque Dalmatian place where you will have time for coffee, walking and sightseeing. Supetar also has a historical significance that dates back to the Roman emperors. It is also known for its many artists who lived there and left a deep mark. After visiting Supetar, we return to Split.