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        Brac - The jewel of the Adriatic                  
        The beautiful island of Brac with
        its glorious beaches and shaddy
        mountain forests truly is the
        jewel of the adriatic.

A wealth of history and natural beauty
Brac is the third largest island in the Adriatic and the largest in Dalmatia. It boasts the highest mountain in the Adriatic, Vidova Gora and has a wide range of scenery and vegetatian ranging from pine forests to olive groves and vineyards.
From its early days as the supplier of marble for the Emperor Diocletian's palace at Split; through the years as an exporter of wine, herbs and fish; up to the present time as one of the most appealing toursist destinations of the Adriatic there are a wealth of historic sites which chart the island's development over the centuries.
 Tourist paradise
Although the island still exports its fabulous marble across the world (in recent times it has been used in places as diverse as the Vatican, the Whitehouse and Liverpool Cathedral) it is now best known as a tourist destination.
Brac is a 45 minute journey on the ferryboat from Split. The harbour town of Supetar is also the capital of the island and forms a perfect setting for family holidays. On the south side of the island is the renouned resort of Bol with its world famous beach "Zlatni Rat".
Once you have visited this island paradise you will return again and again.   
Brac has approximately 2700 hours of sunshine each year
 In summer the temperature
 reaches 38o C
 Sea temperatures are a
 comfortable 26o C
The ferry boat from Split to 
 Brac takes only 45 minutes
 At 778m Vidova Gora is the
 highest mountain in Dalmatia
 In the season there are 13 ferries a day to the mainland
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