Brela Tourism, Croatia
Brela is a tourist town located between Biokovo Mountain and the Adriatic Sea in Dalmatia, Croatia Split County. Brela is a tourist town located between Biokovo Mountain and the Adriatic Sea. Brela are known as pearls. The Pearl of the Adriatic or Mediterranean Pearl is the name given to the city of Dubrovnik. In 1968 the town in as champion of Adriatic for outstanding achievements in tourist activity. This city on the sea is a municipality with a population of around 1770. Brela has become one of the most exclusive and most popular for tourist destinations in Dalmatia during some of the 20th century, thanks to the attractive natural environment, with sand beach, krakal Beach and very romantic along the side of the promenade swerves between pine trees and hotels, guest houses, apartments, boarding houses, and other modern tourists with full facilities. A small Rock Island off the coast of the town’s main beach Punta Rata. In 2003 American magazine Forbes put the Punta Rata Beach on the list of most beautiful beaches in the world and has a 6 rating in the world and 1st in Europe.
The village of Kricak, which offers a variety of homemade specialties. Clean and clear sea and environmental care are best confirmed by numerous awards. The beach Punta Rata has been carrying a blue flag for 8 years. The blue flag is the largest international recognition for clean seas and environment. Blue flag raised on Planet Earth on June 5 is a chance. With the development of tourism, flowers for agriculture decreased and in 1935, the society was founded to make Brela more beautiful. But farming a thousand years were maintained on a number of grounds and property. Inhabitants of Brela raise basically olives, grapes, oranges and lemons. A small church dedicated to the ladies of Carmela was built in 1730. On Biokovo Mountain over is the Hercegova fortress. Hotels and restaurants here are preferred by tourists because of its cuisine is very delicious and savory.