The Dalmatian island of Brac lies off the coast from Split, threaded by lovely old mule tracks through olive groves and pinewoods. Ancient chapels and monasteries dot the island while along the rocky coast there are pebbly coves that invite a swim and small picturesque fishing resorts. Sutivan is one of these – built of famous Brac stone, and at night you can see the lights of Split across the water. Sutivan has no hotels, so we’ll do as the Croatians do and stay in small apartments, all within walking distance of Pension Dora whose vine covered courtyard and restaurant/bar we will use as our focal point. Here we will share breakfasts, and meals on 4 evenings. On the 3 other evenings we’ll eat out at seafront restaurants in smaller groups (these 3 meals are not included – from £10). The apartments are simple and typically Croatian, mostly with ensuite single rooms, and some with 2 single rooms sharing a bathroom and a small kitchen.
Besides our walking days, we will also take a day off to enjoy the sea, hire a bike or sea kayak, visit Diocletian’s Palace in Split, or simply relax with a book!
Price includes: 7 nights in ensuite twins (full board except for 3 eve. meals); transfer & all walks transport. Flight to Split is not included. Single rooms £15 per night – book early!