Brač, the third largest island in the Adriatic Sea, is a territory of Croatia and located just a few miles off the coast of Split. The island’s natural scenery is composed of rolling hills, clear waters, and secluded beaches.
Hidden coves and pebbled beaches can be explored in Brač. You can just lie on the sand, have a romantic picnic by the sea, or venture out in the clear blue waters surrounding the island. Diving, windsurfing, and snorkeling are just some of the many water related things to do in Brač.
You can also go sightseeing around the towns and villages of Brač. The island’s museum can be found in the village Skrip and a Dominican monastery located in Bol houses an extensive collection of prehistoric items and amphoras.
Natural attractions include the Dragon’s Cave which is accessible from the village Murvica and the Vidova Gora Mountain, the highest point in the Adriatic Sea.
The nightlife scene in Brač is pretty mellow and relaxed. You can try the famous Bolski Plavac and other wines produced in the island.
The island of Brač has a pleasant Mediterranean climate characterized by hot and slightly rainy summers and mild and wet winters. The average high temperature in the hottest month of July is 30 °C (86 °F) while the average low temperature in the coolest month of January is 5 °C (41°F).
You can visit the island any time of the year, but the most ideal time to spend your holiday is the summer season. Going to the beach, touring the island, and other outdoor activities are best done on a clear summer day when you don’t have to worry about the rain.
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