THE PRE-ROMANESQUE ON THE ISLAND OF BRAČTHE PRE-ROMANESQUE ON THE ISLAND OF BRAČ
The island of Brač is one of the largest and most interesting Croatian islands, primarily due to the history of its inhabitation and its religious buildings, among which the pre-Romanesque churches stand out. If you wish to simultaneously visit and learn about the social aspects and the stunning natural beauty of the island, join this package which is intended for pupils, students and young people from abroad and Croatia, especially for organized school and university groups that find the history of Dalmatia of interest due to its educational and professional content. You will visit the island of Brač in all its glory and go on a tour of the Church of the Holy Spirit in Škrip, the Church of St. John and Theodore in the town of Bol, the Church of St. Tudor in Nerežišća, the Church of St. Vitus on the mountain Vidova Gora and on Velo brdo, the Blaca hermitage, the Church of St. Jadre between Nerežišća and Donji Huma. And still this will not be enough. You can never have enough of Brač.
2 to 4-day tour packages are available. The programme of activities for a 3-day package includes: Day 1: the Church of the Holy Spirit in Škrip – the Church of St. John and Theodore in the town of Bol; Day 2: the Church of St. Tudor in Nerežišća – the Church of St. Vitus on the mountain Vidova Gora; Day 3: the Church of St. Vitus on Velo brdo – the Church of St. Jadre between Nerežišća .The package can be booked throughout the whole year for groups of 10 to 50 persons. Available accommodation in 2 to 4-star hotels and in hostels. Transport is by bus. Professional guidance is available in English, German, Italian, French, Spanish and Croatian languages, and in other languages on request. All information is of a general character and is not binding; therefore, a request for a final offer is required.