Brac Island

Brac Island is known to be the biggest island in the Dalmatian group of islands and the third biggest among the Adriatic Islands. It documented to be 394.57 sq km in size. The number of people recorded to be dwelling in Brac Island is 13,824. The Brac Channel serves to separate the island from the mainland.

The landscape of the island is mainly composed of karst limestone relief which contains plenty of gullies, round valleys and coves, cavities, and crevices. Milder types of the relief are mostly found between Nerezisca and Lozisca. Some are found in Sumartin, Novo Selo, and Selca.

The quarries in Brac Island are mostly composed of dolomites and limestone. These quarries are the primary source of stone to build their famous stoneworks. These stones were also used by the romans to build cities, temples, amphitheaters, graves, and palaces in Dalmatia.

Aleppo pine forests surround the high parts of the island. They can also be found around coastal villages and towns. The largest places in the island would be Supetar and Pucisca. Brac Island is abundant in wine, olive oil, sour cherries and almonds. Most of the people in the island make a living out of livestock breeding and fishing.

Generally, the Brac Island is filled with historic and cultural heritage, one of a kind gastronomy, outstanding beaches and bays, clear blue sea, and great accommodations. The island definitely has plenty of great things to offer. Therefore, if people are looking for a unique and unforgettable experience, Brac Island is the perfect place for them.

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