Idi i vidi

Brač travel
& excursion

Mount St. Vid


Blaca Hermitage




If you want to escape your obligations and provide yourself with an ideal vacation, make sure you read this to the last, because you are about to see one of the most beautiful islands in Europe - the island of Brač. The largest island in Dalmatia, and the highest one in Croatia and the whole of the Adriatic Sea, 778 meters high it provides you with the opportunity to experience an unforgettable view over the islands of Hvar and Vis, and in fine weather even Italy. You are given the opportunity to explore every corner and detail of its rich historic heritage, culture and nature. Turn on all your senses and reach the history of the Blaca Hermitage, conquer the cliffs of the island above the small place of Murvica and the Dragon Cave, walk the Olive Trek, sense the smell of olive oil, cross the bridge of the Austrian Emperor Francis Joseph, surf the waves on one of the most beautiful beaches of the world – Zlatni rat, taste the richness of Brač wines, become a part of Brač culture, meet the great artists of past and present - become a part of Brač. On the other hand, if you are interested in fun and adrenaline, be a part of the most interesting festivals in Croatia (Vanka regule – adrenaline festival, and Voi’sa – music festival).

This island is a heaven for true gourmets, so afford yourself some Brač lamb, the vitalac, some wonderful fish such as dentex, gilthead, John Dory and scorpion fish, holding all the joys, but also, off course, some lobster, grilled scampi, roasted octopus, and at the very end sweeten yourself with a hrapoćuša, an authentic cake of Brač.

This beautiful island of stone will introduce you to old Roman quarries, but also to the most modern ones where stone is still being picked for various purposes. You can visit the Carving Trade School in Pućišća that has been carrying the stone carving skills for generations, since 1909, and if you are perhaps interested in trying out at this craft, you are most welcome in the Jakšić Gallery where you will engage in making your own stone souvenir.

Walking through nature you will get to know many of the island’s edible herbs, as well as beautiful pines, karst pastures grazed by sheep whose cheese is an unavoidable part of your journey. Explore fairy coves and karst, beaches covered in sand, dive in and get to know the rich underworld of the island.

Do not miss sightseeing Supetar, the largest settlement on the island, then visit beautiful small places, such as Ložišća, Nerežišća, Dračevica, Donji Humac, Bobovišća, Splitska, Bol, Povlja, and finish your day on Mount Vidova gora from where you will have a breathtaking view, and be able to provide yourself with what makes life beautiful.


if you want to come here, don't worry it is so simple. First of all city of Split is well connected with all Europe by all means of transport (airplane, train, bus, boat). Once you arrive to Split it's even easier to come on Brač Island because this is the most connected island with the mainland of all islands in the Adriatic Sea. Ferry departs almost every hour.

But if you want to come directly on Brač, that is also possible because we have airport. Just check flights on time.

You can use the following links to simplify your trip:


Beautiful coast and beaches, crystal clear sea, picturesque houses and streets rich with culture, numerous festivals and other events are only a few of the reasons of coming to Supetar.

Located only 45 minutes by ferry from Split, this small Dalmatian town will warmly greet and cheer you up.

Whatever your interests may be, we are sure you will find them right here, where each day you can experience many things.

If you wish to take a swim you can do it at almost every corner; if you wish to have a sports active day you are presented with a great choice; and if you are interested in culture, we have much to tell you.

Restaurants, bars, cafés, shops with authentic souvenirs are awaiting for you.

Yours is only to come. 
See you!

Contact the Idi&Vidi team and become a part of the Brač story!