Travel by ferry to Brac! Travelling to Brac couldn't be more relaxed than by ferry. This way you start your Brac holiday rested and without stress.
Car Ferries to the island of Brac are offered all year round between Split and Supetar and between Makarska and Submartin. Passenger-only ferries operate on the routes from Split to Bol and Milna (high season only).
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Ferry ports at Brac
You can find an overview of all ferry ports at Brac here.
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Travel guide Brac
Holiday at Brac
The Croatian island of Brac welcomes recreation seekers with beautiful beaches, crystal clear water and untouched nature. Small picturesque towns invite you to stroll and discover, and typical local gastronomy makes the island a culinary experience as well.
TOP excursion destinations at Brac
In the north of Brac is the main town of Supetar. With its ferry harbour, waterfront promenade and numerous restaurants, this is a wonderful place to stroll and stop for a bite to eat. The church of St. Mary of the Annunciation is beautiful to look at, and afterwards numerous beaches invite you for a refreshing swim.
The island of Brac offers its guests small, picturesquely situated villages. Milna, for example, offers a historic old town with a harbour and a castle, while Nerezisca, at 382 metres above sea level in the island’s interior, even boasts a princely court. Pucisca is known for its white limestone architecture, while Skrip, the oldest town on the island, looks back on thousands of years of history.
Hidden in the midst of wildly growing nature, visitors will find the Blaca hermit monastery. The history of the place began in the 16th century in a stone cave, around which the chapel was later built. Today, the monastery houses a contemporary history museum.
A fascinating place is the dragon’s cave. Reliefs adorn its walls, depicting the life of priests during the Middle Ages. Visiting is only possible with a guide and on foot.
The most beautiful beach on Brac is without a doubt the Golden Horn, landmark of the popular resort of Bol. Brilliant white, the headland stretches into the sea and changes shape depending on the current.
A trip to Vidova Gora, the highest peak on the island at 778 metres, takes you high up. From here there is a magnificent panoramic view of the Croatian islands and the Golden Horn. Witches are said to have brewed their herbal potions here once…
Entry requirements Brac
German citizens can enter Croatia with an identity card, passport or children’s passport. All travel documents must be valid for the entire duration of the stay.
Alternative travel options
It is easy to get there by bus or train from Split and Makarska. In addition, the island of Brac has its own airport. Alternatively, transport from the airports in Split and Dubrovnik to the ferry pier is offered by bus or taxi.