Brač is the largest Dalmatian Island. Despite its proximity to Split, Brač is less touristy than the other Dalmatian Islands and provides an excellent window into authentic island life, as well as numerous secluded bays, hidden coves and secret beaches to enjoy swimming or sunbathing away from the crowds.
Bol is a small village that hosts the legendary Golden Horn beach, the beach that changes from shallow and shady to sunny and deep, depending on the tides and wind direction.
The tour around Brač Island is ideal for those who wish to spend a relaxing but thrilling day away from the crowded touristic spots.
• Secret military tunnels
• Bol & Golden Horn beach
• Stina Winery
• Traditional konoba on the sea front (optional lunch stop)