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Explore the east coast of the island

We recommend you to discover the very special and quiet part of Brač – the east coast. Experience and taste how islanders work and live!

From Supetar to Sumartin, the most eastern place on the island, famous of fishing and shipbuilding and its quiet harbor. There are numerous traditional olive groves and vineyards with its local products.

The village Novo Selo is known for its quarry… explore island’s stone art there. Then continue to Povlja, one of the most picturesque fishing spots on Brac where we will take you to a visit to the famous basilica, followed by a tasting of freshly caught fish in the harbor, with time for rest, walking or coffee with sea view.

Back to place Selca. Selca is small town with the most monuments per capita in the world! It’s a place for a historic tour and teach you how to taste locally prepared olive oil. At the last stand of the tour, visit the place where stone is cut.

OLIVE TRADITION

Some of the best olive oils and the most beautiful olive groves are located on the eastern part of Brač – Selca, Povlja and Sumartin, where people are picking olives by hand and competing for the title of the world’s best extra virgin olive oil producer. This is where it comes from the unique olive variety called Buharica. Here you will find out how to taste and appreciate excellent olive oil!

STONE … HERE, THERE AND EVERYWHERE

Island of Brac is known for its pure white stone that boasts many well-known buildings around the world, and Selca are best known for its stonecutters that can turn this stone into works of art. Within your island tour you can see everything: quarry, stone cutting, architecture and art.

FISHERY, BROADCASTING

This is the way of life of many families of the eastern villages of Povlja and Sumartin. If you wake up and get to the port early enough, you can sometimes see small boats coming with freshly caught fish. In Sumartin you will find a small shipyard where wooden ships repair and build.

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Ferry Boat Makarska – Sumartin timetable

Connects ferry port Sumartin on the island of Brac to ferry port of Makarska and vice versa

Journey is 55 minutes long.

Timetables for ferry from Sumartin (Brac) to Makarska
Timetable for January to May and October to December
Ferry route 638 run by Jadrolinija

DaysFerry Departure
Monday to Sunday
06:00 09:00
11:00 12:30
15:00 17:00
18:30 20:00


* 06:15 and 12:30 departures from Split and 06:30 and 14:30 from Supetar are not in service on Sundays

Please note: The company reserves the right to alter sailing times. While every care has been taken to ensure accuracy of the compilation of ferry timetables on this website, it is recommended that you check all schedules / timetables with specific ferry company


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Ferry Boat Split – Supetar timetable

Connects ferry port Supetar on the island of Brac to ferry port of Split and vice versa.
In the main season it runs 14 journeys per day, in total 98 times per week from Supetar to Split. In the low season it runs 9 journeys per day, in total 63 times per week.

Journey is 50 minutes long.

Timetables for ferry from Supetar (Brac) to Split
Timetable for January to May and October to December
Ferry route 631 run by Jadrolinija

Days Ferry Departure
Monday to Sunday 06:30
  07:45
  10:30
  12:30
  14:30
  15:30
  18:00
  19:30
  22:45


* 06:15 and 12:30 departures from Split and 06:30 and 14:30 from Supetar are not in service on Sundays

Ferry Prices
Ferry Prices For Route 631 From Supetar (Brac) to Split
Transport High Season / HRK Low Season / HRK
Foot Passanger 33 Kn 28 Kn
Car (up to 5 m length) 154 Kn 124 Kn
Car (over 5 m length) 276 Kn 230 Kn
Trailer (up to 3 m length) 84 Kn 70 Kn
Trailer (3 to 5 m length) 160 Kn 130 Kn
Trailer (over 5 m length) 276 Kn 230 Kn
Camper/Motorhome (up to 5 m length) 276 Kn 230 Kn
Camper/Motorhome (5 to 7 m length) 345 Kn 288 Kn
Camper/Motorhome (over 7 m length) 451 Kn 376 Kn
Bus (10 to 17 seats) 700 Kn 585 Kn
Bus (18 to 33 seats) 1000 Kn 835 Kn
Bus (34 to 54 seats) 1660 Kn 1390 Kn
Bus (over 54 seats) 2170 Kn 1810 Kn
Truck/Van/Lorry (up to 3 tonne) 180 Kn 150 Kn
Truck/Van/Lorry (3 to 4 tonne) 240 Kn 200 Kn
Truck/Van/Lorry (4 to 5 tonne) 300 Kn 250 Kn
Truck/Van/Lorry (each additional tonne) 60 Kn 50 Kn
Motorcycle / Moped 70 Kn 58 Kn
Motorcycle with Trailer 104 Kn 87 Kn
Bicycle 33 Kn 28 Kn

Please note: The company reserves the right to alter sailing times. While every care has been taken to ensure accuracy of the compilation of ferry timetables on this website, it is recommended that you check all schedules / timetables with specific ferry company

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Island of Brac

Island of Brac is one of the sunniest Adriatic area with over 2,700 sunny hours in the year, more precisely 9 to 12 in the summer and over 4 hours in the winter a day.
The average summer temperature is 23.8 ° C and in winter 8.6 ° C. These are typical Mediterranean climate features: long, warm and dry summers, and short and mild winters.

With a surface of 394 km2, length 40 and width of 13 km, Brač is the most widespread island of Dalmatia, the third largest of 1185 islands, islets, cliffs and ridges on the Croatian Adriatic coast.
With its mountain Vidova gora (778 m) it is also the highest island of the Adriatic islands.

Today there are 22 villages on Brac, 12 inhabited and 5 abandoned. All the sites are connected by asphalt roads, and the distance between them is insignificant.

Brac is very well connected with the mainland and all over Europe. All the seaside resorts with Split are connected by daily boat connections (ferries, catamarans). Ferry services Split – Supetar and Makarska – Sumartin are performed several times a day.
Brac has its own airport so it is connected to Zagreb, Split and all parts of Europe.

It is easy to reach Brač, enjoy a pleasant holiday. Countless beaches and bays excite you to the Brac from all sides.

For centuries, the struggle of Brač inhabitants against the stone for a piece of cultivating land lasted.
They picked up small fields of stone and created terrestrial land, where, despite the nature, they raised vineyards and olive groves.

In addition to cattle breeding, olive growing and vineyards, one of the most important activities on the island since its inception is quarrying.
Numerous buildings were built on Brač stone; in the antique period of Diocletian’s Palace in Split, and in the recent period of the White House in Washington.

The first inhabitants of the island were Illyrians. They sprang up the interior of the island, where there were many castles and numerous pilgrims on prominent peaks.

The name of the island of Brač (Bratza, Brattia, Brectia, Bractia, Brazza) is mentioned for the first time in the 10th century. It is considered today that Brac owes its name to one of the most noble animals – the Illyrian brenton (Greek elaphos), and that Brac was enrolled under the name of Brentist and Elaphus.

Brac’s oldest town is Skrip. From Roman times there are many archeological finds mostly located in Roman quarries and their economic assets.

Most important historical places on the island are: the Old Christian basilic in Povlja (St. John the Baptist), Lovrecina (St. Lovre), Supetar (St. Peter on the site of today’s parish church), Splitska (St. Jadre) and Postira (northern side of the parish church of St. John Baptist), and Pucisca (St. Stephen).
Special value are 18 (known) old Croatian churches on the top of the hills dated between 9th and 12th century.

A special type of monastery – church monuments from 15th and 16th century – were Glagolitic hermits on the southern slopes of Brač. Most attractive are: Dragon’s caves above Murvica with the famous rustic relief with alleged scenes from the Apocalypse and the Blaca desert south of Nerežišća and Dračevica, as well as the Franciscan monastery in Sumartin and the Dominican monastery in Bol with its museum possessing a rich collection cemeteries, numismatics and a collection of maritime archeology, and a collection of misguid dresses and rich archival material.

Due to the Ottoman dangers from the sea and the northern side of the Brac, the Bračans built defense castles instead of the rich civil buildings. Especially in Pucisca which built 13 defensive castles. This place is also known as “the tower of Tower”.

Brač has created many buildings of great monumental value and carved in stone numerous reliefs of enviable artistic value.

The stone builders and sculptors Juraj Dalmatinac (+ 1473), Andrija Aleši (1504), Nikola Firentinac (+1505) and many others built the constructions of the cathedral in Trogir, Šibenik, Pag, Rab and in Italy.

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