Far from the mainland, in the Dalmatian Sea lies the very charming island of Brac. The island is the largest in Dalmatia and the third largest in Croatia. Due to its natural beauty and its close vicinity to Split and Makarska, holidays all inclusive in Brac have become popular with travellers. The place has a sleepy and laid back feel to it, thus making it the ideal destination for a relaxing break. On cheap all inclusive holidays in Brac, you get a superb combination of golden sunshine, great landscape, excellent beaches, culture, history and amazing food.
The island’s famous Zlatni Rat beach at Bol is one of the most picturesque beaches in the world. This v-shaped sand and shingle beach is ideal for soaking in some Croatian sun. The tip of the beach keeps changing its direction with the sea currents. Plenty of water sports and beach activities are there for those who want some fun in the sun on holidays in Brac. The sea temperatures remain warm and quite pleasant almost till September, thus making swimming comfortable.
While inland, you’ll find some great hilly countryside, simply perfect for walking, hiking or mountain biking.
When we talk about nightlife, all inclusive Brac offers some great evening entertainment options to suit every age and taste. Over the years Brac has been attracting holidaymakers of all ages and it has tried to keep up with suitable nightlife for them too. You’ll find a couple of bars, lounges, cafes, cocktail bars and restaurants here to keep the night alive.
While you also have places where you can enjoy a quiet meal and later take a nice moonlight walk on the beach. On the beach-front you can also bump into some street performers for some lively performances.
When to go:
Brac holidays can be booked anytime of the year, but the peak season there is during the summer months. The island has a typical Mediterranean climate with hot and dry summers which are long and comparatively shorter winters that are wet and cold. During the summer months the temperature reaches to a maximum of 30°C. While the winters see temperatures dropping to 10°C. Lots of festivals and cultural events take place on the island during the summers. There’s also a procession held to celebrate St. Vid. Any-time from May to late September or even October is the ideal time for a break in Brac.
Map of Brac, Croatia
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