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Walking on Brac

  • A few holiday FAQ's in brief

  • No visa is required for entry into Croatia.

  • No special vaccinations required

  • Croatia boasts the best drinking water in Europe.

  • Croatia has an average of 300 sunny days a year!

  • On the coast, winters are mild, rarely falling below 10C.

  • Lemons are on the trees in February!

  • In summer it's hot - but not too hot, the average July temperature being 29C

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Brac is well known for its unsurpassed Scenic beauty which provides the ideal setting for an escape from the tempo of modern living.

It is the third largest island in the Adriatic. Famous for its vineyards, olive groves and lush pine forests, not forgetting the world famous local Brac stone which was used to build the White House in Washington.

Bol is the oldest settlement and its origins can be traced back several thousand years to the beginning of the Christian era.

Mount Vidova Gora provides a dramatic backdrop to this historic harbour village.

The largest of the local beaches, Zlatni Rat (Golden Horn) is reputed to be the most beautiful in the Adriatic.

Our friend, Jeanne Oliver wrote the first guidebook in English to Croatia. She has been reporting on Croatia regularly for nineteen years and loves to share her knowledge, giving detailed, practical advice that makes travel planning a breeze. We recommend checking out her website - Croatia Traveller.

You may take away memories and photos - leave only footprints behind.

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Accommodation in Croatia

Website address: www.footsteps-in-croatia.co.uk
E-mail address: info@footsteps-in-croatia.co.uk

We look forward to hearing from you

Angela & Vic Blundell

 

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