A Delightful Day on Island Brač.
9.00 am We’ll start the day with a short 50min ferry ride from Split to Supetar on the island of Brač. This is the island made famous by white limestone, the island’s trademark, superb extra virgin olive oil, wines, seafood and friendly people. The lamb of Brač is also considered a speciality due to the salty grasses and herbs the animals graze on.
From Supetar we’ll take a 20-minute drive inland to the rustic village of Škrip, the oldest village on the island and one of the most popular. Here we’ll visit an old stone olive oil pressing mill, the Museum of Olive Oil. Tasting the oils, some infused with natural herbs and fruits, homemade jams, local cheeses, pate, figs and freshly baked breads. We’ll enjoy these delicacies with a glass of local wine while learning a little about olive oil production and the traditions of the people.
Wandering through this magical little village takes you back to another era where everything was made from stone. We’ll continue on through the heartland of the island to the highest point called Vidova Gora. From here the views out over the coastline are stunning, with islands Hvar, Vis, and Korčula stretching out below in the shimmering blue Adriatic. On a clear day the Italian coastline is visible!
From the heights of Vidova Gora we’ll descend down to the idyllic seaside town of Bol, so loved by people from all over the world. The seaside walk under the pines to the world famous beach of the Golden Horn is a must do, followed by a wine tasting and gourmet traditional lunch by the sea at one of our favourite restaurants.
Following lunch we’ll head back to Supetar, visiting the Gallery of Dražen Jaksić, one of Croatia’s most famous and prolific stonemasonry sculptors, in his village of Donji Humac. From here a short 7 km drive will return us to our ferry, arriving back to Split at 17.00.
Price per person: Adults 215 Euro; Children up to 7 years free of charge If you would like to book this day tour please email firstname.lastname@example.org