You'd be mad to visit Brac Island and not see the Diocletian's Palace. Many visitors like to stay near this iconic attraction when they are in Brac Island. The Adriatic Queen Villa and Filomena Spa & Lifestyle Club are options close by.
The Bluesun Hotel Elaphusa and the Bluesun Hotel Borak are within walking distance from the Zlatni Rat Beach. The Bluesun Hotel Elaphusa is a kilometre away and the Bluesun Hotel Borak is 900 metres away.
You could look at the Sirena Hvar Hotel and the Pharos, hvar bayhill hotel. The Sirena Hvar Hotel is 25 kilometres from the main part of Brac Island. The Pharos, hvar bayhill hotel is situated 25 kilometres away. The Violeta Hvar and also the Apartments Rogosic are some alternative accommodation options in Brac Island.
If you've still got energy left, make sure you travel to other parts of Dalmatia. Take a gander at the ruins in Dalmatia. You should also make the time to check out the region's beaches and rolling hills. Common things to do in this part of Croatia include mountain biking and rock climbing.
7 kilometres from Brac Island you will find Bol, home to the Dominican Monastery, Zlatni Rat Beach and Bol Marina. Should you wish to spend a few nights in Bol, check out the Guesthouse Nono Ban and Villa Daniela. 8 kilometres to the northwest of Brac Island, you can also stay at Supetar, home to the Aparthotel Marina Gromela and Velaris tourist resort. If you're staying in Supetar, be sure to visit the Supetar Beach and Petrinovic Mausoleum.
Before you head home from Split - Middle Dalmatia, ensure you experience some local sport. Find Poljud Stadium to the northwest of Brac Island. The Adriatic Queen Villa and the Filomena Spa & Lifestyle Club are good options if you want to get into it.
If you decide to fly into Brac Island, Zadar Airport is your most logical gateway. It's 130 kilometres from downtown Brac Island. The Pansion Matanovi Dvori is a nearby hotel.
Hotels in Brac Island start at AU$90 per night. Prices and availability subject to change. Additional terms may apply.