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Brač

Listed under Islands in Dalmatian Coast, Croatia.

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One of the main reasons to visit Brač is for the beaches, especially Zlatni Rat which isn't just one of the Dalmatian's Coast most photographed beaches, it's also Croatia's top windsurfing beach, and one with the kind of clear water off its pebbly shore that's loved by scuba divers, sea kayakers, parasailors, water skiers and jet skiers. Lots of visitors just come over for the day, most of them from Hvar or Split, but if you stay the night you get to enjoy it after the day-tripping crowds have gone home and you'll get it almost to yourself.

Brač isn't as lush as some of the other Dalmatian islands, but the rocky coastline is just as pretty to sail or walk around.

Brač is big enough to have its own airport, but is also easily accessed by boat or ferry, which is probably why its also the kind of place with multi-lingual menus and a range of comfortable accommodation options. If you want to visit Zlatni Rat stay in Bol. The other main port is Supetar.

 

Written by  Jodie Kimbah.

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