the highest point on the Adriatic Islands.
Vidova Gora on the island of Brač is the highest mountain and one of the most beautiful viewpoints of the Adriatic. It has a shape of an elongated karst ridge stretching along the southern coast of Brač. The sides of this ridge are entirely different. The southern face descends steeply, with cliffs sloping into the sea towards the town of Bol. The northern face is a karst highland mild slope of some ten kilometres of width. This highland is for the most part covered with scarce shrubland and Mediterranean macchia and the area of Kneževravni under Vidova Gora is populated with black pinewood. This vast highland covers more than half of the island, it is entirely deserted and uninhabited, and all larger settlements, except for Nerežišće, are located on the coast. Globally, Brač is known for its white marble excavated and processed on several locations on the island.
a unique beach resort - symBol of Adriatic
The Zlatni Rat, often referred to as the Golden Cape or Golden Horn, is a spit of land located about 2 kilometres (1 mile) west from the harbour town of Bol on the southern coast of the Croatian island of Brač, in the region of Dalmatia. It extends southward into the Hvar Channel, a body of water in the Adriatic Sea between the islands of Brač and Hvar, which is home to strong currents. The landform itself is mostly composed of a white pebble beach, with a Mediterranean pine grove taking up the remainder.
Take a one-day trip via speedboat to Vis
The Blue Grotto or Blue Cave (Croatian: Modra špilja), is a water-logged sea cave located in a small bay called Balun (Ball in the local dialect), on the east side of the island of Biševo and about 4.5 nautical miles (8.3 km) from Komiža, in the Croatian Adriatic. It is situated in the central Dalmatian archipelago, 5 km south-west of the island of Vis. The grotto is one of the best known natural beauty spots on the Adriatic and a popular show cave because of the glowing blue light that appears at certain times of day.