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With 6 kilometers of long sandy beaches along the clear, turquoise seas, thick pine forests that add a heady scent to the air, and rocky cliffs that can be explored through winding trails; Brela is the perfect spot for those who want to appreciate the natural beauty of Croatia. As a relatively isolated resort, it's still a well-kept secret amongst those who enjoy the rugged beauty of the coast. Brela is a traditional and charming town that gently slopes down to the sea, with white stone buildings with red roofs, and winding streets to explore.

Things to see

In amongst the mountains, the hour long walk around ancient Brela is extremely popular with tourists, so make sure you pack some sensible hiking shoes. You'll be able to walk through deserted settlements, with 17th century stone churches, barns, and the remains of old homes, as well as wandering through the pine forests and untouched meadows on your way back. Down on the beach the Kamen Brela is a rock formation just off the coast of the Makarska Riviera which has become an icon of Brela, and is sometimes lit up at night for those taking a late stroll along the beach. You can swim out to the rock, and thanks to the clear seas, those who are experienced divers will often use it as a board. The rock is set just of Punta Rata, which often ranks amongst the best beaches in the world, with a mixture of fine pebbly areas and golden sands.

Hotels in Brela

Brela hotels combine the traditional look of the village with modern amenities and contemporary styled guestrooms. This allows many hotels to offer rooms with sea views, and you'll enjoy amenities such as balconies, minibars, satellite television, safes, and bathrooms with showers. There are also plenty of features to ensure a relaxing vacation, and you'll find hotels in Brela with saunas, fitness centres, bars, a choice of restaurants, and complimentary breakfasts to set you up for the day. Some hotels also have children's clubs, terraces where you can enjoy the view, and staff offering tour and ticket assistance to help you make the most of your stay.

Where to stay

Brela is a small town, with buildings set into the hillside, and winding trails that slope down to the sea. The appeal of the town comes from its isolated feel, and many people visit simply to enjoy the hiking trails, with long walks through the rocky terrain of the surrounding mountains. In the centre of the village you'll find a few small shops, a couple of museums where you can pick up information about the area, as well as some traditional restaurants and taverns serving local dishes, and fresh seafood caught that morning. Many restaurants and bars have terraces, and the hilly nature of the town means that you get a spectacular sea view wherever you go.

How to get to Brela

Split Airport is the closest hub to Brela, with planes arriving from major cities across Europe on a regular basis. It's an hour and 20 minute drive to Brela, with many visitors booking a taxi or picking up a rental car to enjoy the picturesque drive. Another option is to take the shuttle buses that travel along the coast, and you simply need to pick up a bus from the airport that's going in the direction of Dubrovnik. Trains also arrive in Split from Zagreb and other major Croatian cities, and the station has a bus stop outside where you can take a connecting bus for Brela.

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