Brac Island may not be as popular as its neighbouring island retreats, but its appeal lies in the fact it offers travellers an authentic look into island life. The history of this large island extends into Neolithic times, making this a must-go destination for anyone that is passionate about history. With several towns, peaceful villages and dramatic landscapes, Brac Island boasts plenty of charm. Along the rocky shores are some magnificent spots to marvel at the unspoilt views, and even dive below depths to experience a relatively unseen side of the island - particularly at Lu?ice Bay. There are also a handful of gorgeous beaches on the island, including Zlatni Rat beach which is accredited as one of Croatia’s best beaches; this long pebble beach is so beautiful that it features heavily on much of the advertising for the country! Perfect for a photo opportunity, as well as catching some well-earnt sun. Food is plentiful and rich in flavour, partly due to the fact that olive cultivation has been cemented as part of island life since the Venetian years. A rare variety of olives called buhavica grow here, so be sure to make a couple of trips to local restaurants to try them for yourself. Walk off these meals by exploring the island on one of the tours that are readily available. To uncover the allure of this humble destination, browse through our luxury villas in Brac Island to book the holiday of your dreams.