> Boat trips to the Blue Cave on the island of Biševo are available several times per week from Milna. Besides the Blue Cave, this excursion includes a visit to the island of Vis, the Stiniva bay, the Green Cave, Pakleni islands and the town of Hvar. ( contact +385 91 263 6805 , info@bracexcursions.com)

> All throughout the Summer there is a daily catamaran line that goes from Split, via Milna, to Hvar, Mljet and Dubrovnik. This is a great way to make a daily trip to one of these destinations. (www.krilo.hr)

> Aldura Sport travel agency offers rock climbing in the Ložišća area as well as elsewhere on Brač. ( contact :+385 98 423 689)

> Safari tour of the island with a driver/guide. Includes visiting a stonemason family business in Donji Humac, followed by a trip to Škrip – the oldest settlement on Brač. In Škrip you will visit the Museum of Brač, as well as the Museum of Olive Oil. The tour takes you further to Vidova gora – the highest point on the island. Here you will enjoy a beautiful view of the Zlatni Rat beach in Bol, and the islands of Vis and Hvar. The next stop on the safari is the Blaca hermitage or Blaca monastery; the 16th century home to the Glagolitic monks who educated the local population at the time. (contact: andrea.logarusic@gmail.com , www.studio2studio.tumblr.com )