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Croatian donkeys on island brac


If your Mediterranean fantasies feature tranquil days

by sapphire waters in the shade of ancient walled towns,

Croatia is the place to be.

Out of Croatia's 1,244 islands,

the island of Brac is especially unique.


Brac, often referred to as the Pearl of the Adriatic,

is the largest island in central Dalmatia (the Croatian Coast) and one of the sunniest locations in Europe.

The island is adorned with several towns, serene villages

and dramatic Mediterranean landscapes of steep cliffs,

crystal clear waters, and lush pine forests. 

Although Brac is famous for its radiant white limestone,

used to build Diocletian’s Palace in Split (built in 305 A.D.) and the White House in Washington, D.C.,

it is most well-known for Zlatni Rat, named one the

Top 10 Most Beautiful Beaches in the World

by Conde Nast Traveler.


The beach extends like a "Golden Horn" 

into the Adriatic and has water framing two sides.

The shape of the beach takes different forms depending on the wind.  

The island is also decorated with countless vineyards and olive groves, making Brac home to some of the worlds finest wines and olive oils.  

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