10 Best Photo Spots on Island Brač

If it’s not on social media, it didn’t happen! Documenting travels in the form of pictures which are then shared on Instagram, Facebook and other social media platforms is mandatory in today's world.

Let’s face it – we are all a little bit obsessed with taking photos wherever we go, and we just have to post them on Instagram. Of course, we aim to take perfect pictures and not miss any picturesque spots to photograph.

Heck, even we started as profile on Instagram sharing beautiful photos from #MyIslandBrač.

So today, charge the batteries on your smartphones and cameras and take a trip with us to the most instagrammable places on Brač. We’ve come up with a list of some of the best places to photograph from all around the island.

Getting around Island Brač

Whether you want to do some landscape, nature, architecture, or even street photography, here are some places that you’ll want to include in your travel photography bucket list.

1. Blaca Monastery

This amazing and abandoned place will leave you breathless and speechless. In stone, in the middle of nowhere, hermits built an entire small settlement with a monastery and world-famous observatory. You may need to put some effort to get to Blaca but your Instagram feed will flourish.

2. Vidova Gora

The highest peak and the best lookout point of all Croatian islands. From here you can enjoy beautiful views of Dalmatian islands and the mainland. Vidova Gora is also the best photo spot to capture another beauty on our list - Zlatni rat beach.

3. Zlatni rat

Every world traveller has a picture from Zlatni Rat. It is one of the world's most famous beaches with fine gold-like pebbles. Every photo of this beach is unique because its shape is determined by wind and sea currents.

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4. Ložišća Bell Tower

As you drive through the west side of the island, you will suddenly come across a magnificent bell tower that adorns the small village of Ložišća. Apart from the beauty, you may also be intrigued by the story of how the bell tower was built.

5. Palm Avenue Sutivan

Some will see just an ordinary street, but true photo experts will spot an opportunity for a great picture of a beautiful alley with palm trees that stretches on both sides all the way to the sea.

6. Gažul

This rural household was built over 200 years ago for shepherds and sheep who sought grazing during the summer months. Today, Gažul is a perfect place to taste Brač lamb culinary specialities.

7. Stonemasonry School in Pučišća

If you want to see the amazing handmade sculptures made of Brač stone and learn how they are created, head to Pučišća. What makes this school so special is the fact that it is the only school in this part of Europe that teaches the technique and tools used by ancient Roman stonemasons.

8. Museum of Island Brač in Škrip

Even if you don’t like museums this one will make you pick up your camera. The island’s regional museum is located in a stone tower with white roofs built on the foundations of a Roman mausoleum, and the courtyard is surrounded by Illyrian ramparts.

9. Dol

This small village near Postira is a living monument of some long-gone and forgotten times. Just this, one picture will show you how people lived on the island Brač 100 or more years ago.

10. Parish church complex in Supetar

The complex of the parish church with the bell tower, the clock tower (Leroj), the church museum and the old primary school building form a unique photo opportunity.

If you get the right moment when the sun shines on the white stone from which the complex was built, you will be dazzled by the incredible and divine feeling.

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