Bluesun Elaphusa

With a seafront setting on the island of Brac, the Bluesun Elaphusa is surrounded by a 100-year-old pine forest and a pebble beach.

There’s plenty to do at this wonderful hotel. Daytime activities include everything from quiet tennis matches to mountain biking. In the evening, there’s even a bowling alley that provides a disco-like environment.

Around the pool area, sun loungers fan out from the pool and the bar. There’s also a children’s pool for little ones and the entire area is sheltered by stone walls and pine trees.

Breakfast is served in the buffet restaurant, but you’ll also have chance to dine at the tavern and the beach restaurant. After, drinks are served in the two bars.

Overview of Brac Island

One of the largest islands in Croatia, Brac has become increasingly popular with holidaymakers searching for holidays to the Dalmatian coast and its islands. It’s easy to see why. During your stay at the Bluesun Elaphusa, you’ll encounter award-winning beaches, unblemished nature and a tranquil atmosphere.

Brac Island is the perfect place to relax and enjoy the calm serenity of island life. But, should you fancy getting out and exploring the cities, Split is only an hour-long ferry journey away across the tranquil waters.

Things to do in Brac Island

The Bluesun Elaphusa is only 50 metres away from a pebble beach. Small and perfectly positioned, here you can truly unwind away from the crowds.

If you’re looking for somewhere livelier, a 10-minute walk will take you to the centre of Bol where there are plenty of bars and restaurants. If you head 10 minutes in the other direction, you’ll reach the tourist hotspot of Zlatni Rat Beach. There’s a bustling atmosphere here and a range of water sports, so you can get the adrenaline pumping. Windsurfing is the main attraction, and if you’ve never tried it before, instructors are available to help.

An island of unspoilt beauty, Brac is a photographer’s paradise. With Instagram-worthy sights, Croatia’s most photographed beach and one of the highest peaks in the Dalmatian Islands, your camera is a must-pack item.


Resort Summary

Brac Island is home to Zlatni Rat- one of the most famous beaches in the Adriatic. Located to the west of harbour town Bol, you’ll find its pebbles stretching out from the crystal-clear coastline, forming a spectacular golden horn shape- a symbol you can expect to see throughout the whole of Croatia.

As one of the top things to do in Croatia – holidaymakers flock here each year to snap a photograph of mother nature’s magnificent landmark and lounge on its smooth white pebbles. Or for those that prefer something a little more active there’s tonnes of water sports to have a go at. We’re talking jet skiing and paddle boarding to wind-surfing and kayaking.