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Private speedboat tour to Brac Island

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Private speedboat excursion to the Stunning Brac Island from Trogir and Split


Private speedboat tour to Brac Island and experience the breathtaking island of Brac and the picturesque Bol beach on our exclusive private speedboat tour. We will pick you up at the designated meeting point and embark on a full-day adventure in the sparkling Adriatic Sea. Brac, the largest and third highest island in the Adriatic, boasts stunning beaches and natural wonders.

We will kick off the tour by visiting the town of Bol on the southern part of the island, where you will have ample time to explore and unwind on the renowned Zlatni Rat beach, a pebble promontory that shifts with the tide. Bol offers a rich cultural and historical heritage, with attractions such as a Dominican monastery, Baroque summer mansions, a parish church, and rustic stone houses. The town is also known for its delicious Dalmatian cuisine, including fish specialties and famous Brač wines. Next, we will journey to the historic submarine tunnels on Brac, constructed by the former Yugoslavian navy. Here, you will have the opportunity to explore the tunnels and swim or snorkel in the crystal-clear waters.

For lunch, we will take you to the coastal village of Milna on Brac, where you can relish a meal by the sea and discover the charming town. After lunch, we can also arrange a wine tasting in Milna for those interested. At the end of the day, we will bring you back to the starting point, refreshed and rejuvenated after a day of uncovering the beauty of the Croatian coast. Don’t miss this extraordinary private speedboat tour, book now and let us reveal the splendor of the Croatian coast to you.

  • Private speedboat tour to Brac Island
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Tour highlights

Famous Zlatni Rat Beach - a promontory composed mostly of pebble rock that visibly shifts with the tidal movement

Bol town on Island Brac - is a town on the south of the island of Brač

Tunell visit - Unique tunells builded by ex. Yugoslavenian marine

Milna town Brac Island - is a village and municipality on the western side of the island of Brač

Island of Brac - the third largest island in the Adriatic with a history that goes of for more than two milleniums

Tour itinerary

  • 08:30 - Start from meeting point
  • 17:30 - Return back to starting point

Tour Length: 9h

The island of Brač is the highest and third largest island in the Adriatic Sea.  Here you will have a plenty of free time to explore and swim.Our next stop is Milna, its time to walk around and experience this decidedly authentic Croatian town.

Possibile option is we could organize wine tasting in Milna after your lunch, please contact us for such arrangment and reservation.


From 01st May to 01st October
Every Day

On your request

Meeting point

  • Trogir or Split harbour 08:30

Trogir or Split area , on your request we will find best departure point.


Comfortable passenger speed boat, official English speaking skipper.

Price list

Price for a boat with a max 6 persons : 699€

Price for a boat with a max 8 persons : 799€

Price for a boat with a max 10 persons: 899€

11+ persons and more: On request

Price includes: Transport with comfortable passenger speed boat, official English speaking skipper, all taxes and VAT, gasoline.

Useful tips

Beside a camera here are few items you may need to make your time on the excursion the best of all: Sportswear, bathing suite, suncream, sunglasses, towel, comfortable walking shoes or sandals, additional clothes for change. After summer time we recommend to bring also a warm sweater and to wear closed comfortable shoes.


Phone: +385 21 553 730 or +385 91 400 1284

E-mail: info@trogir-travel.agency

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