We welcome you to our luxury 3 double bedrooms with 2 shower rooms and 2 toilets. Sleeps 7-8. Occupies the whole second floor of a new build (2008) apartment building. It has a large balcony with stunning sea views, looking out onto the Dalmatian coastline. The apartment, aptly named Sunset, has a spacious lounge, kitchen-diner with separate laundry room including two fridges, one for drinks and one for food. It is tastefully furnished to the highest standard of modern style to ensure the comfort of our guests and it is fully air-conditioned. (4 units)
Outside, there is a shared swimming pool and sun terrace which looks onto an olive grove at the rear and the sea at the front. There are two parking spaces with the apartment. If you prefer to swim in the crystal clear waters of the Adriatic Sea, it is just 500 metres (10 minute wallk) from the nearest beach. The bustling harbour of Supetar is 1000 metres walk and there you can sit and relax at the restaurant bars and sample delicious Croatian fish and meats whilst watching the luxury boats sail by and at the same time, hear the sound of water gently lapping against the small fishing boats and motor boats which are moored on the harbour-side.
In July and August there is much entertainment to be had from visiting artists including everything from rock bands, dance troops to traditional Croatian male choirs. Street performers attract your attention as you stroll past the local traders, displaying their crafts, jewellery and local specialities of olive oil and cheeses. If you want more action, there are cocktail bars and a couple of nightclubs where you can dance the night away. There is plenty to entertain children with a huge water-slide and other amusements such as trampolines and dodgem cars in one small section of the coastline. Brac welcomes people wanting simply to relax in a naturally beautiful location as well as those who want more action such as cycling, all kinds of water-sports, nature walks, and many like to explore the island on quad bikes and motor-cycles.
For those who like city life, the ancient city of Split, built within the Roman walls of Emperor Diacletius' palace, (400AD) is an absolute must for travellers who love the history. It is a World Heritage site. Within these ancient walls is a wealth of sophistication and style with designer shops, coupled with typical Croatian restaurants and bars. It is a truly fascinating place to visit. There are regular ferries from Split to Brac which run almost hourly in high season and the crossing is a most enjoyable 50 minute cruise with spectacular scenery.
There are lots of other famous places to visit on Brac including the Zlat nirat golden beach in Bol and many other quintissentially Croatian coastal towns. For those who want to explore further, you can go to the National Park of Krka and do extreme sports such as white water rafting and absailing. The town of Omis, situated at the bottom of the river Cetina, is also a must do trip to a beautiful and typically Croatian town. Brac is known as the white marble island and you can buy some beautiful gifts and jewellery for friends and family. Did you know that the White House in Washington DC is made from Brac Stone?
Getting there. You need to fly to Split.
In the UK, Easyjet fly from Stansted, Luton and Gatwick; Wizzair from Luton ; Jet2 from Manchester; Croatian Airlines from Heathrow.
We have an agent in Supetar who will meet and greet guests, give advice and guidance and will be there to deal with any problems that might arise. You just need to sit back, relax and enjoy your holiday.