Brac Island (Povlja)

Brac Island (Povlja) holidays

Turquoise waters, bushy greenery on the headland, a town with terracotta touches – welcome to Povlja. This part of Brač Island offers a true flavour of Dalmatia – and not just through its local cuisine. From the quaint architecture to the small pebbly beaches, you’ll be surrounded by beauty. Why not day-trip to Split too?

Recreation & relaxation

If R&R is what you’re after, then pitch up on one of many pebbly coves and enjoy a good old-fashioned laze around. Povlja is also home to the island’s largest Christian basilica, which is one of the most valuable monuments still in the area. Whatever you do, don’t forget your camera!

Split up

Sail across the Adriatic Sea and disembark in Split. This remarkable old town is known for its fascinating historic hotspot, Diocletian’s Palace. A wowing iron gate and various cathedrals and places of worship are must-visits, while the variety of restaurants give the area a proper city feel.

Bars on the beach

Bars on the beach

Split Area

Quench your thirst with a cocktail in one of Petrcane’s beach bars while you catch the last of the sunshine. Open til late, you can relax beside the waves or dance the night away to fun to Dalmatian songs....
Beachfront restaurants

Beachfront restaurants

Split Area

There's plenty of restaurants and cafes lining the shores of Biograd, meaning you'll be spoiled for choice on your day at the beach. Try Dupin, one of the most popular restaurants in the area, for their fish...
Bosana Beach

Bosana Beach

Split Area

Bosona is one of a number of small beaches linked together along the coast at Biograd. It's a stone beach with easy access to the beautiful clear waters of the sea, and boasts a volleyball court and playing...
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