It's a small fishing and tourist village with less than 50 inhabitants outside the holiday season.
Close to the main tourist hub Makarska, Bratus has managed to preserve its original athmosphere of a small fishing community.
Bratus is a perfect place for families and people looking for a small, calm village at the Croatian coast of the main tourist places. It is also a great base for active holidays in the Biokovo mountains.
Get by ferry, plane, train or car to Split, 50km north of Bratus. Drive along the coastal highway from Split to Makarska. Get off the main road at Kravica, 5km before Makarska. Bratus lies below Kravica at the waterfront.
There regular regional bus connections from Split to Makarska. Get of at Kravica and walk down to Bratus in 10 min.
Best way to get around is by car. Bus lines connect with Makarska and Split.
But Makarska is accessible within a 1h walk along the shore, too. Also, after a 10min walk north you reach Promajna, a tourist and fishing village slightly larger than Bratus with a market, grocery shops and a couple of restaurants.
Bratus has a small, charming beach promenade with a small shop, a cafe and a restaurant.
The Biokovo mountain range boasts various challenging hikes and a scenic drive all the way to the top of Sveti Jure, highest peak (1700m).
There is a small beach bar "Sahara" at the south end of the promenade. For real nightlife you have to go to Makarska
There is no hotel in Bratus. Accommodation is available in private holiday apartments. Especially off season you can ask the locals about space available, but during the high season it is good to book ahead.