Located in the Adriatic Sea, Brac is the largest of the Dalmatian Coast islands. It has long been a popular holiday destination attracting international travelers because of its tourist amenities, historical attractions, and natural beauty. Brac’s inland is mostly hilly, with its highest point being Mount St. Vid reaching 780 meters above sea level - the highest point of all the Dalmatian islands. Croatia’s famous Zlatni Rat, also known as the Golden Cape, is located on Brac. This impressive white pebble beach, that also combines a beautiful Mediterranean pine forest, is a symbol of Croatian tourism and is consistently listed as one of Europe’s best beaches. Although vineyards, fruit and olive trees continue to be cultivated along the hillsides, fishing and tourism are the island’s major sources of income. Brac is an island of rich natural beauty that offers its visitors excellent options for exploration and relaxation.