From Split I continued my adventure by sea and got a ferry to the island of Brač. It’s famous for its radiant white stone which was used to build the Diocletian’s Palace in Split, as well as for the White House in Washington DC. It’s other claim to fame is its stunning long pebble beaches. The ferry arrives into the small harbour of the sleepy old town of Bol on the southern coast of the island. It’s very pretty, but not a whole lot to do apart from relax so I only stayed for a few days and spent most of my time on the beach, but nice to chill for a bit.