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Breathtaking Brela holidays 2019 / 2020

Located along Croatia’s stunning Central Dalmatian coastline, just over an hour away from the town of Split, holidays to Brela are ideal for those wanting a glamorous trip in the sun. Having been a holiday paradise since the sixties, and once voted as having one of the worlds best beaches, there are plenty of attractions to ensure you enjoy a comfortable stay, while the stunning natural surroundings and architecture leave you with lots of opportunities to relax. A quiet town, Brela is perfect for families and couples wanting a tranquil escape, with its beautiful surroundings providing an added bonus for your 2019 / 2020 holiday.

Top attractions

Top attractions

Holidays to Brela are all about sun, sand and relaxation, and with over six kilometres of beach to be explored you’ll find yourself spoilt for choice. The town itself consists of beautiful traditional architecture mixed with tastefully blended modern hotels and bars. There are restaurants and tavernas to enjoy during your stay, as well as a stunning backdrop of hills covered in pine forests. So whether you want to get active on the beach, climb Biokovo mountain, explore the town, or just take it easy, there’s a holiday here for you.

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Eating out

Eating out

Although holidays to Brela are ideal for those wanting a quiet and relaxing break, there are plenty of opportunities to discover the amazing culture and history of the area. And the many tavernas, restaurants and cafés are no different. Try a range of dishes unique to the Dalmatian coastline, including baked octopus and smoked ham, with ingredients sourced from local farms and fishermen to give you the freshest options. If you’re travelling with little ones there are lots of family-friendly options as well, including menus for fussy eaters. So whether you’re looking for pizza and Italian, barbeque or seafood there’s something on offer in this little town.  

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Families

Families

Families will love the quiet and serene atmosphere of a holiday in Brela, whether you’re looking to take advantage of the many outdoor activities on offer here, or simply want to relax in the sun. The beach is perfect for little ones, with its shallow waters and clean beaches, while older children will find plenty of water sports to keep them active. From kayaking to scuba diving, there’s lots to do. Most of the restaurants in the town offer child-friendly options, as well as early dinners, and the beaches all have tavernas and restaurants where you can enjoy all the facilities you need to keep little ones happy during the day.

 

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Action & Adventure

Action & Adventure

There are outdoor activities galore on holidays to Brela, whether you want to stick to dry land and climb Croatia’s second highest mountain, or prefer to hit the waves of the beach. Hop into a kayak and paddle your way around or book yourself a boat trip. If you want to explore the underwater world there are scuba diving and snorkelling trips, or you could head into nearby Split for more activities. From here you can book cave exploring trips, waterfall excursions and tours of the nearby lakes and beautiful national park.

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Beaches

Beaches

Consisting of little pebbles and soft sands a holiday to Brela comes complete with easy access to one of the world’s most picturesque beaches, the fabulous Punta Rata. There are six kilometres to explore, including secluded little coves and patches of sand, as well as livelier stretches with water sports and activities galore. Explore the coastline from the glittering waves of the sea with kayaking and boat trips, or get to know the stunning underwater world with snorkelling and scuba diving. If you’re travelling with little ones there are plenty of beachside cafés, restaurants and tavernas where you can enjoy delicious Dalmatian delicacies, as well as kids’ menus for fussy eaters. 

 

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Nightlife

Nightlife

Holidays to Brela are all about the relaxation, but there are plenty of bars and restaurants that keep their doors open until late into the evening. From here you can try delicious local wines, as well as cocktails and beers, chat to locals or listen to a live band or two. If you’re looking to hit the town a bit harder and fancy dancing the night away Croatia’s second largest city, Split, is just over an hour away by car or taxi. Here you’ll find a wide variety of clubs and a lively atmosphere which keeps going until the early hours of the morning. The boardwalk is a great place to find restaurants and bars, while both the old towns and new towns have clubs and bars which open until late.

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Couples

Couples

Couples holidays to Brela can be as relaxing or active as you like. Head outside and hit the waves with a boat trip, stopping off in little coves for a secluded picnic and seaside villages to learn about their history. Alternatively, spend the day on the beach and spend hours soaking up the warm sunshine and the stunning pine-forested hills which provide a backdrop to the town. If you’re looking for some of the best views in Croatia you can’t get much better than Brela, with the country’s second highest mountain within easy distance. The views over one of the world’s most picturesque beaches make the strenuous climb worth the effort!

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Culture

Culture

Brela is a town where you can explore both the modern and traditional cultures of Croatia, with stunning architecture which stretches back to days gone by mixed with tasteful modern hotels. There are two churches to explore, with interesting histories and ornate interiors, as well as pretty cobbled streets which wind through shops, bars, restaurants and tavernas just waiting to be explored. If you prefer to explore further Split, Croatia’s second largest city, is just over an hour away. Here you’ll find an ancient palace as well as a stunning old town with beautiful little streets filled with treasures and boutiques where you can pick up souvenirs, gifts and other items. There are galleries galore, where you can find modern art, as well as traditional pieces, or you could head to the museum and journey back in time. And for a taste of some of Croatia’s best wine why not take a wine tour?

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