Brač is an island in the Adriatic Sea within Croatia, with an area of 396 square kilometres, making it the largest island in Dalmatia, and the third largest in the Adriatic sea.
The island of Brač has a rich cultural-historical heritage that is worth exploring. Braĉ has craggy shores and brown rocks, but also boasts wonderful beaches, such as Zlatni Rat (Golden Tongue), a spectacular jewel of nature.
The island of Brač can be best explored by car or on a scooter; for the more fit we recommend bike riding through the many interesting towns and villages of Brač. Easy to rent cars, boats, scooters, quad motorcycles, bikes, terrain vehicles cabrio vehicles, buses.

Below is a list some of them, along with their corresponding sights:

Sutivan – the bell tower of the parish church of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary
Supetar – the sacral collection of the parish of St Peter includes mosaics from the early Christian period, relics and items from the Venetian Renaissance period. For information on opening times, please call the parish office on +385 021 631 329.

Sumartin – the Franciscan monastery, the Church of St Martin

Selca – Statue of the Heart of Jesus by the famous sculptor Ivan Meštrović, the Church of Christ the King

Nerežišća – the Church of Our Lady of Karmel

Blaca Hermitage – ethnological site from the 16th century. Recommended for an excursion.

Šrip – Heritage museum of the island of Brač (http://hvm.mdc.hr/muzej-otoka-braca,510:%C5%A0KR/hr/info/)

Postira – ciborium of the early Christian basilica (Lovrečina Bay), the Church of St John the Baptist

Pučišća – Stone Museum in Pučišća

Murvica – the Dragon Cave. Recommended for excursions

Vidova gora hill (778 m) – the highest peak on all of Croatia’s islands with excellent panoramic views of the Dalmatian islands.

Wine tour  and the real taste of  Island Brač – recommendation for visit Senjkovic Winery  http://www.vina-senjkovic.hr/

Nearby island Brac is Split away by ferry 50min. Split, a town on Croatia’s Dalmatian Coast, erected by the Roman emperor Diocletian in the 4th century – very famous Diocletian’s palace , UNESCO protected . Within its white stone walls and under its courtyards and galleries are shops, bars, cafes, cathedrals, museums, very intersting and popular place for visit.

Boat – Scooter rentals  http://www.rentaroberts.com/en

Aircraft – Yacht charter http://www.luxuria-adria.com/en/private-jets.html