Discover the north coast of Brač from your holiday home
Located off the coast of Croatia, Brač is the largest island among the Dalmatian Islands. Well known for its cheese, Bolski Plavac wine, idyllic beaches and extensive history, which dates back to the Neolithic period, the island is a popular location in which to rent a holiday home for both families and adventurers.
A holiday home on the North coast of Brač
Supetar is a lively town and bathing resort located on the North coast of Brač. Families often choose to book a holiday apartment or a holiday house in Supetar to explore the region's history. Among the most important landmarks are the Church of Mary Annunciation and Saint Martin, which was built in the 18th century. The nearby village and harbour of Sutivan is famous for its wine production, fishing and olive growing. Sutivan's beautiful pebble beaches and the yachts which are berthed in its harbour are popular with visitors staying at holiday house, holiday apartment or holiday rental in the vicinity. At the end of the Sutivan cove there is a park with an avenue of palm trees and the area near Cape Gomilica is known for its underwater fishing. Pucisca, on the north coast of Brač, is an important settlement which features traditional Mediterranean homes with white roofs climbing the hillside above its harbour. A holiday rental allows travellers to sunbathe on the island's beaches and visit the churches of St. Jerolim and St. Stephen, near which you can find the island's oldest archeological sites, a Roman grave and a pagan altar.
The climate on the North coast of Brač
Holiday rental in Brač is very popular during summertime when the weather is dry and warm with temperatures ranging from 26°C to 30°C in July. Temperatures vary considerable between the coast and the interior of the island but with its rich historic and cultural heritage, beautiful beaches, crystal blue sea, unique cuisine and a wide range of holiday rental opportunities, the North coast of Brač is an ideal holiday destination at any time of the year.