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Pucisca is small, picturesque place, located in Croatia on the island of Bac, the island of nature and beauty. Its rolling hills, pine and fig trees, isolate bays and clear water are both relaxing and inspirational. Spend your vacation actively, develop your music skills and strong points and recharge by exploring many pebble beaches and private coves, swimming, diving and sunbathing.

The easiest way to Brac depends on your means of transport, and direction you are coming from.

If you travel by car, bus or train, you need to reach Split or Makarska in central Dalmatia, where you can take a ferry to Brac or catamaran to Brac (from Split). Ferries Split - Supetar (Brac), and Makarska - Sumartin take cars.

If you go by plane, the closest local and international airports are Split and Dubrovnik airport, and then you need to take a local bus, rent a car, or take a taxi to Brac. There is also airport on island Brac. From there you can reach Pucisca by bus or taxi.

About the island of Brac

The island of Brac is the highest and third largest island in the Adriatic Sea. It is a well known and attractive tourist resting place with beautiful beaches, of whom the most famous is Zlatni rt in Bol. On the northern side of the island is located Supetar, a peaceful oasis of an untouched nature and a place for all those who want to take a rest from their everyday life. In the center of Supetar is a port that connects it with Split, and western by the coast are spreading beautiful pebbly beaches in the bays Vlacica and Banj. Clean beaches are covered with small round and white stones and surrounded with pine forest. By the island's coast you can find many hidden rocky beaches where you can get complete privacy.

Today the island is a pearl of Croatian tourism: Visitor friendly people, Mediterranean scenery, excellent hotels and private accommodations, international restaurants, bistros, and not least the many unique beaches.

About Pucisca

Pucisca is a settlement in the middle part of the northern part of the island Brac turned to the channel of Brac, Omis and Makarska. The settlement originated on stone, at stone and from stone. With 1706 inhabitants, along with Supetar, this is the biggest town on Brac with original Mediterranean characteristics. Its white roofs are creating a true ambient atmosphere. It is located at the bottom of a deep bay which splits into two smaller bays: Puciski dolac and Stipanska luka.

Pucisca is rich of stones and exactly the excellent local stone has contributed o the development of the town. The work with the stone and the life from it are brought over from generation to generation. Nowadays a stonemason- school is working there. Many palaces throughout the world have been built with the local stone from the renaissance age until today. The works (mainly sculptures) of contemporary domestic and foreign sculptors are set on many public places, which are from the same stone. Other economy branches are cattle-breeding and agriculture.

The surrounding of Pucisca, like the whole island Brac, is famous for the production of olive-oil, vine, and figs. Since ages sheep and goats were raised. Thanks to the various Mediterranean plants and grasses, and the sea and mountain air on the higher locations Brac is a true paradise.

In Pucisca you can find:

  • tourist office
  • post office
  • exchange office
  • bank / ATM
  • bus station
  • medical infirmary / dental infirmary
  • pharmacy
  • hotel / hostel / private accommodation
  • supermarket
  • restaurant
  • caffe bars
  • disco

Additional information:

  • petrol station Supetar (24km), Bol (22km) i Sumartin (25km)
  • ferry ports Supetar (24km) (Supetar-Split) i Sumartin (25km) (Sumartin-Makarska)
  • airport Brac (16km)

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About Bol

Bol is town on the south coast of the Island of Brac, popular Croatian holiday destination.

The biggest atraction in Bol is beach Zlatni rat (Golden Cape), pebble beach that streches itself 500 meters into the sea and changes direction of its top influenced with strong sea currents. In Bol and surrounding area, you will find many other beaches, as well as private coves.

Island of Brac is characterized by very favorable climate, mild, mostly moist winters and dry, hot and sunny summers. Local and seasonal winds also help maintain favorable climate. Local wind from the west makes life easier in hot summer days, and makes Bol a paradise for surfers.

Bol offers possibilities for active vacation (scuba diving, windsurfing, biking, tennis), relaxing (welness centers), interesting landscapes and sightseeing (Blaca, Dragon Cave, excursions).