Island Brac with its Vidova Gora top is the highest island in Adriatic Sea. With length of 40 km and width of 13 km Brac is the third biggest island on Croatian coast. Island itself is settled for some centuries and were even found some remaining of primitive man in cave Kopacina.
Climate is typically Mediterranean. During summer time sun shines between 9 and 12 hours per day. Brac lies in one of the sunniest Adriatic straps with 2700 sunny hours per year. Average temperature is: - during summer 24 degree Celsius- 8,6 degree Celsius during winter.
The coast of the island is long 175 km. numerous bay and beaches follows one another. On the northern part of the island the most known beach is Lovrecina and on the south part there is Zlatni rat.
On the island there are 22 settlements, 12 villages and 5 deserted settlements.
Main Activities on Island Brac are: stone mining, tourism, fishing, agriculture.
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Blaca was built up gradually. First some monks settled the cave and latter they started building some cottages. In year 1551 people from main land found a shelter there due to the Turk invasion. In Blaca the whole generation of monks built their culture. Last of the monks was Niko Miličević who died in a year 1963.
DRAGONS CAVE (ZMAJEVA SPILJA)
The biggest enigma is the time of its originate. Main relief represents the fight between good and evil.
VIDOVA GORA MOUNTAIN
Vidova Gora 778m (beautiful view of neighboring islands and Italy),
ISLAND BRAC MUSEUM (Settlement Skrip)