The island of Brac in the south Dalmatian part of Croatia is still an insider’ tip for summer holidays far from the usual tourist track. Picturesque beaches, azure blue bays and lush pine woods invite active holiday-makers to an unforgettable summer holiday on the island. Brac is mostly known by tourists for its “Golden Horn” in the small town of Bol south of the island. This sandy beach is unique worldwide, protruding for around 500 metres into the Adriatic and being the symbol of the Dalmatian island. But Brac also has a lot to offer from a cultural and historical perspective: old, stone town houses, Renaissance buildings and baroque palaces can be found in almost every small town.
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