Zagreb County, Croatia's capital, is located about 150 miles (241 kilometers) to the north of Brodarica, while Split is 30 miles (48 kilometers) to the southeast.
If you are keen to discover the area, why don't you head to the the Krapanj Franciscan Monastery?.
When it comes to getting the most from your holidays, it's good to keep in mind that Brodarica is merely just the start; Dalmatia has been blessed with a treasure-trove of fabulous things to see and do. Roughly 4 miles (6 kilometers) away is Sibenik. Set aside a day here to enjoy the Cathedral of St. Jacob and Sveti Nikola Fortress.
Approximately 20 miles (32 kilometers) to the southeast of Brodarica is Trogir, a regional center where you'll find Veliki Drvenik, Kamerlengo Fortress and Mali Drvenik. If you still have time left, consider checking out Trogir Main Square, Cathedral of St. Lovro and Cipiko Palace before returning to Brodarica.
An excellent way to get to know a place and its people is by gaining an understanding of its history. While in Dalmatia, be sure to tour the area's historic fortresses. If you have great weather, head outside to explore Dalmatia 's open-air museums, farms and open-air markets.
No break is complete without a bit of relaxation. Camping is one of the activities they do to relax in this region and cycling is another. If you enjoy the company of travelers of similar interests, Dalmatia offers a range of specialized tours such as culinary tours, guided nature walks and city walking tours.
As your time here draws to an end, spend your last kunas on that last souvenir and say Zbogom to the people you've got to know and the great places you've seen.