The island of Brač, a rich cultural and historic heritage that dates back to pre-historic times, unique gastronomy, beautiful beaches, and bays, (especially beautiful is the Golden horn beach), crystal blue sea, high-quality accommodation and hospitality of the local people is what makes this island a unique place.
Brač is the third-largest island on the Adriatic sea. The island landscape is dominated by a karst limestone relief, with numerous round valleys and coves.
The island of Brač is located on an area of 394.57 sq km with a population of 13,824. It is separated from the mainland by the Brač Channel, from the island of Šolta by the so-called Split Gate and from the Island of Hvar by the Hvar Channel.
The highest peak of the island is Vidova Gora (Vitus’ Mount) (778 m), which is also the highest peak of all Croatian islands.
The limestone part of the coast is rocky and steep, while the rest is rather low and sandy (on the southern side from Farska to Bol, and on the northern side from Sutivan to Supetar).