Villas on Brac for rent

Villas on Brac for rent

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Our villas on Brac are high-end properties. Several include mooring options for boat enthusiasts. Beyond Brac's renowned Golden Cape, discover fine-dining restaurants, breathtaking beaches, and panoramic views from Vidova Gora. Seize opportunities for an active vacation with activities like windsurfing, kitesurfing, cycling, and more.

Featured Villas on Brac for 2024

Beachfront Villa Charisma with Pool

Splitska (Brač), Croatia
12 guests
6 bedrooms
€1,066
per night

Luxury Villa Piña Colada with Pool

Sutivan (Brač), Croatia
8 guests
4 bedrooms
€400
per night

Beachfront Villa Octagon with Pool

Sutivan (Brač), Croatia
8 guests
4 bedrooms
€1,000
per night

Villa Sailing Blue with Pool

Selca (Brač), Croatia
10 guests
4 bedrooms
€550
per night

Luxury Villa Luna with Pool

Sutivan (Brač), Croatia
8 guests
3 bedrooms
€790
per night

Luxury Villa Soleil with Pool

Sutivan (Brač), Croatia
8 guests
3 bedrooms
€790
per night

Luxury Villa Botanica with Pool

Supetar (Brač), Croatia
12 guests
6 bedrooms
€1,100
per night

Luxury Villa Aerius with Pool

Pučišća (Brač), Croatia
12 guests
5 bedrooms
€600
per night

Brac Luxury Travel Guide

In this guide, we will bring you closer to the beauty of Brac Island, explore its endless activities, uncover its top restaurants, and more.

What to do on Brac Island?

Brac Island is an ideal destination for all kinds of travelers. Almost every imaginable activity, from relaxing on the beach sipping cocktails to adrenaline fuse kitesurfing or paragliding is available on Brac. In short, while on Brac you`ll have a multitude of choices for a good time!

Brac Island Aerial View

Brac Island Aerial View

Boat tours

Exploring Brac from the seaside through boat tours offers a superb and relaxing experience. Boat tours give you a unique opportunity to discover hidden coves that are accessible only from the sea, swim in crystal clear waters, or sunbathe on a secluded beach. With numerous boat tours available you should not have any problem finding one that caters to your wishes and needs. You can join a group tour which has a strict timetable and itinerary or take a private boat tour that is tailored to cater to your wishes and interests. Some of the most popular boat tours are sailing around the island or touring Blue Cave.

Boat tour on Brac Island

Boat tour on Brac Island

Vidova Gora

This is the highest peak on Croatian islands and one of the most beautiful viewpoints. The main approach is an asphalt road that starts on the plateau near the town of Nerežišće. The mountain approach from the town of Bol is much more attractive, but also more challenging since the top of this hill stands at 780 meters above sea level. The hiking trails are marked, and finding your way around is not difficult. On the peak you will find remains of a double defensive wall of an Illyrian fortress, a medieval chapel, and a "Vladimir Nazor" tavern.

Blaca

Blaca desert is a hidden gem where a monastery was founded in 1551. still stands. Today abandoned monastery is turned into a museum that houses 12,000 books, numerous maps, writings, ethnographic exhibits, a printing press, a telescope, and more. Two asteroids by decision of the International Astronomical Union in 2005, were named (10241) Miličević and (10645) Brac in memory and honor of this exceptional place.

Stonemasonry School in Pucicsa

As one of just three schools in Europe dedicated to preserving manual stone carving techniques, the Stonemasonry school in Pučišća is a great place to visit while vacationing on Brač. Familiarise yourself with the techniques of manipulating the stone and find out which world-famous monuments and buildings are made from Brac stone.

Museum of Brac Island

The Museum of the Island of Brac is located in Škrip, the oldest settlement on the island. The museum includes collections of artifacts dating back to the Stone and Bronze Ages, reliefs, altars, and inscriptions from ancient Roman times, and remains of early Christian art from the 6th century. The Ethnographic Collection contains items related to sheep farming, viticulture, olive growing, fishing, and stone processing on the island.

Ethnographic Collection on Brac

Ethnographic artifacts in Skrip

Active holidays on Brac Island

If you are a fan of more active vacations, Brac has a lot to offer. From hiking trips, cycling, kayaking, diving, or windsurfing and paragliding, you will not be disappointed if you choose Brac Island for your next vacation destination.

Cycling & Hiking

Brac Island has an abundance of bicycle and hiking trails and paths. There are 25 well-marked bicycle trails on Brac Island, which are suitable for cyclists of all skill levels and ages. Bicycle trails crisscross the island and are more than 300 kilometers long. The topography of the island makes it very interesting for hiking trips. You will find numerous hiking trails on the island and one of the most popular ones is a 4-hour long hike from the town of Bol to the top of Vidova Gora.

View from Vidova gora on Brac island

View from Vidova gora on Brac island

Wind & Wave adventure

From gently kayaking around the island to fast surfing and harnessing the wind, Brac is an ideal place to spend an active vacation. The town of Bol boasts with unofficial title of windsurfing mecca. Wind patterns in Bol archipelago are ideal for all sorts of activity including the wind and the sea. Windsurfing, parasailing, kitesurfing, and paragliding are all available for you to partake in.

Diving on Brac

For a more serene experience, but not least adventurous, diving is a perfect activity if you choose Brac for your summer vacation. Island position on the ancient marine routes offers numerous opportunities to explore shipwrecks of the past and rich marine flora and fauna will satisfy every nature lover. There are several diving schools on the island where you can take your “first steps” in diving or rent diving equipment if you are an experienced diver.

Tennis on Brac

The town of Bol is home to top-quality tennis facilities. Here you will have no problem renting a tennis court or equipment and enjoying your favorite activity. If you are looking to improve your game, there are a couple of tennis schools with professional staff that can assist you.

Beaches on Brac Island

Exploring the island will surely reward you with the discovery of numerous small beaches and hidden coves that are ideal for a peaceful day by the sea. If you are seeking a more adventurous day at the beach then look for beaches in or near towns such as Bol, Supetar, Sumartin, or Sutivan. Here you will find lots of choices for renting beach equipment such as sun loungers or sun umbrellas or equipment for kayaking, SUP, kitesurfing, or windsurfing.

Below we bring you a short list of Brac's popular beaches.

Golden Horn beach (Zlatni Rat in Croatian)

Golden Cape Beach in Bol

Golden Horn (Zlatni rat) Beach in Bol

Golden Horn Beach is one of the most famous Croatian beaches in the world. This pebbled beach, located in Bol, got its name due to the hornlike shape that extends into the sea. An interesting thing about the beach is that its peak changes shape depending on the direction of the wind and the waves. The beach features public toilets, showers, changing booths, restaurants, and bars. Here you can also rent sun umbrellas, sun loungers, and all sorts of beach and sea equipment. For the youngest, there is a children's playground available.

Martinica beach

Less known beach, Martinica, is located on the east side of Bol. It is also called the "home beach" because the locals prefer it over the Golden Horn beach. The beach is highly recommended for families with smaller kids because of the gentle entry into the sea and because during the summer, swimming courses are held on the beach. Near the beach, there is a beach bar and a restaurant in the courtyard of the monastery that overlooks the beach and provides shade in the afternoon hours.

Lovrecina beach

Lovrečina beach is a beautiful sandy beach, on the northern side of the island. The beach is surrounded by a pine forest and offers natural shade on hot summer days. The beach features a café bar where you can enjoy refreshing drinks.

Bistrica beach

Bistrica Beach is a charming, pebbled beach located on the north side of the island in Sutivan. The beach features changing booths, showers, and natural shade provided by surrounding pine trees.

Where to eat on Brac Island?

Brač does not lack great restaurants where you can savor traditional Dalmatian or modern cuisine dishes. One of the dishes you should try is a lamb on a spike, which is considered a delicacy on Brac Island.

For a good meal on Brac, we recommend the following restaurants:

Restaurant Mali Raj (Little Paradise)

Restaurant 'Mali Raj' in the town of Bol, offers a great view of the Gold Horn beach. The restaurant serves traditional Dalmatian dishes that are comprised of fresh local ingredients such as lamb, freshly caught fish, or octopus. A good meal at this restaurant is paired with great locally-produced wines.

Tavern Riva

Meal Presentation in Tavern Riva Bol

Meal Presentation in Tavern Riva Bol

Tavern Riva offers a taste of traditional Dalmatian cuisine with a modern twist. The location of the restaurant is in the center of Bol. The tavern terrace offers a wonderful view of the entire port of Bol and the island of Hvar which adds to the whole dining experience.

Tavern Top

Good Dalmatian food and a great ambiance can be found at Tavern Top in the town of Sumartin. This is a place where you can enjoy fantastic hospitality garnished with excellently prepared meals.

Kala Dine & Wine

Tavern Kala Dine & Wine is a small family-run restaurant located in the heart of Supetar. Here you can order modernly interpreted traditional Dalmatian dishes that are a feast for the mouth and the eyes. Kala Dine & Wine tavern is recommended by a Michelin guide which testifies not only to the excellent food but service as well.

Weather on Brac Island

Brac Island experiences a Mediterranean climate characterized by hot, dry summers and mild, wet winters. Outdoor activities such as hiking, cycling, or climbing are best to enjoy during the spring (March to May) and autumn (September & October). Enjoying the sea and sun is the best leave for the summer months (July & August). Overall, Brac Island offers a delightful climate throughout the year, making it an appealing destination with a mix of cultural exploration, outdoor adventures, and relaxation on beautiful beaches.

How to get to Brac

With its location, across the second largest town in Croatia, Split, Brac Island is excellently connected with the mainland.

You can reach Brac Island by boat or by airplane.

Getting to Brac Island by boat

From the port of Split and Makarska, daily ferry and fast ferry lines are going towards Brač year-round. During the season (June to September) the number of ferry and catamaran lines increases. Also, during the season there is a possibility to hire a private boat taxi that can get you to Brac Island. The boat taxi is especially popular for guests that land at Saint Jerome airport (SPU) since getting to Brač from the airport takes about 30 minutes.

Getting to Brac Island by airplane

Brac Island is accessible via its airport, situated near Vidova Gora, just 5 kilometers from the town of Bol. The airport operates usually between April and October. An increased number of daily flights from various European destinations can be found from May to September.

Sunset on Brac

Sunset on Brac

In conclusion, Brac Island stands out as the perfect vacation destination, offering a blend of natural beauty, cultural heritage, and recreational opportunities. Its beautiful beaches, crystal-clear sea, and picturesque landscapes create a setting that is ideal both for relaxation and activity. The island's authentic local cuisine adds a culinary dimension to the experience, ensuring a well-rounded and memorable holiday. Whether seeking adventure, tranquility, or a taste of authentic Croatian life, Brac Island emerges as an ideal destination, promising a delightful escape for all types of travelers. Visit Brac, check out our special offers, and stay in one of our holiday homes with a pool and near the sea!


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Luxury vacation on Brac Island

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This week our influencers stayed on Brac island in a peaceful seaside town called Milna. From there they visited Sutivan and the village Skrip in Brac Hinterland. They continued to Vidova Gora and finally, they had a good time in Bol.


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