Brac is the largsest Island in central Dalmatia, with several towns and villages, and a dramatic landscape of steep cliffs, inky waters, vineyards and orchards.
Don't miss the olive oil when visiting Brac. The olives are of a rare variety and there's over a half-million trees on the Island.
Zlatni Rat or golden Beach, as it is knows, is one of Croatia's most popular beaches and is located on Brac, surrounded by pine trees and backed up by Brac's highest mountain Vidova Gora, its easy to see why visitors flock here.
Brac has become a very popular destination for tourists worldwide with fantastically beautiful scenery, history and culture as well as traditional cuisine and a host of land and sea activities, there really is something for everyone.