Apartment Bella is a tastefully furnished apartment. It boasts a large 20 m² terrace, perfect for daytime sunbathing and al-fresco dining. This apartment is located on the edge of town so is part surrounded by olive groves and countryside, a wonderfully quiet holiday destination yet just a 10 minute walk to the restaurants and cafes of Supetar. The nearest beach is 700 m. The apt features a luxury high tech massage power shower, full kitchen. You can take a car, a scooter or even a bike and explore the island with its wild countryside and many beautiful old stone villages. If you come in the high season of July and August, you can enjoy in the night life and fun of the island’s main town.
Supetar Attractions: Supetar offers fun for all the family. There are 2 giant water slides on one beach plus a small fun pool. In the centre of town is a funfair that has rides for the very small up to teenagers. And there are outdoor slot machines, pool tables and table football. There is openair shopping for local crafts and jewellry every evening and numerous sellers of fine icecreams to enjoy as you promenade along the harbour side. 4km out of town is a local zoo with domestic animals and this also has a playing and sports area for children. The kids can play whilst mum and dad enjoy drinks at the domestic out door restaurant there
Getting to Brac: Take the 45 minute car ferry from Split harbour. Split harbour is 20 kilometres from Split airport. The crossing takes about 45 minutes. The cost per person is approx 5 Euro.
Getting to the Property: Dalmatian Property Management office in Supetar will supply photo directions on how to get to the property, the keys of the property and all information’s about region, supermarkets, restaurants and cultural events you might visit during your stay. In a case you need anything else DPM personnel will be happy to help and at your service throughout your stay in one of the properties we manage.
I am the founder and director of Dalmatian Property Management. I moved from the UK to Croatia in 2004 and established the company and have offices and 6 staff in Trogir and Supetar on the island of Brac
Our valued client owns this lovely apartment that we look after
Stayed at this apartment for one week this summer. Check-in was easy and the service at the office very good. The apartment is lovely, and the kitchen is extremely well-equipped and brand new. It has everything you need for cooking. The terrace has a nice view and there's a handy "tent" thing there. The bedrooms are nice and there's plenty of room for clothes in the closets. Everything was clean and tidy. As previous guests have commented, it was very well-equipped with books, cards, DVDs etc. All the facilities listed were there.
The one thing we weren't so happy about was that the distances listed here on the website are wrong. According to the property management office it's 1,2 km from the centre of Supetar to the apartment, it takes 15 minutes by walking, not 5. More importantly, the distance to the beach is also wrong. The apartment lies on top of an 250 m long hill, and from the main road there's maybe 200 m more to the closest beach. In the apartment the DVD control was broken and the massage shower leaked from one of the taps, but this wasn't the most important matter for our family.
The beach we used is Banj beach, around 700-1000 m from the apartment. This beach is very nice, go towards town and turn left when there's a sign for SvPetrvS resort. It is the only sandy beach in Supetar, however it is only sandy in the water.
If you stay in Supetar we recommend the restaurant Dolac very much. We were there 2 times during our stay, the meat there is incredibly tender and moist! Try double fillet steak, you won't regret it - it was the best steak we had ever tasted. Cheap as well, only 170 for this dish, and it is for 2 people.
A trip around the island is also recommended. Hire a car at MB car rentals (cheapest place) and drive around the island. But book a car early in the high season. If you take this trip, do not miss out on Milna and the beach by Bol. And, at last, if you haven't been in Split, go there. We were there 4 days before going to Brac and it was a very pleasant stay there. Walk in the old town and take a short hike up to Marjan hill :)
We would definetly recommend this apartment, but be ware of the distance to the beach. If it is important to you to stay close to the beach, choose somewhere else, but if not this is a wonderful apartment in a quiet part of Supetar.
Best regards from Norway.
We would definitely recommend this apartment to friends or family since it was clean, comfortable with fantastic outdoor eating facilities on the balcony sheltered from the sun and also brilliant for star gazing at night. Its location near the olive grove and a short walk to beaches and the centre/marina provided the best of both worlds - tranquility with a buzz and restaurants/bars nearby. Grocery stores and bicycle rental places were conveniently nearby and it was amazing to discover the island on your own with the best map available from the cycle hire place (as opposed to the tourist information office). Locals were friendly and welcoming and the fresh produce on the island was amazing with cheeses, tomatoes, olives and wine a major highlight!
The apartment was extremely well-equipped with everything available that you would ever need... down to crossword puzzle books, DVD's, playing cards, reef shoes (necessary for walking on rocky beaches), hairdryer, beach bag... and the list goes on. The kitchen had all the necessary essentials and more.
We recommend taking the bus to the other side of the island to the famous beach at Bol, and climbing the highest peak of all the Dalmation Islands... it takes about 2 hours to climb steadily... take in the breathtaking views t the top... virtually alone, because the locals don't seem to go up there. We even got engaged on the top of the hill so, we'll definitely be back for an anniversary!
Come in the high season of July and August and you’ll find Supetar vibrant with life with holidaymakers from all over Europe. Eat out at a different restaurant each evening and sample the friendly bars and cafes of the town. Alternatively take a 45-minute ferry ride to Split and wander through the 1700 year old alleyways of the Diocleceans Palace, do some designer brand name shopping, or just promenade along the elegant palm tree lined Riva eating an ice cream! For a quiet holiday come in April-June or September/October. Easy and regular access to the mainland makes it a great place to have not just a relaxing beach holiday with the whole island to explore by scooter, boat or car but also makes for a convenient base from which to visit the historic sites of Split. If walking is your thing, there’s plenty of lovely coastal and inland walks with many beautiful old stone villages to explore.
|Fees||No additional mandatory fees|
|Refundable Damage Deposit||£85|
|Stay tax||€1 per night, per person. This amount will be due to the manager upon arrival. Does not apply to children under 12 years.|
Local tourist tax 1 Euro per adult per day payable 30 days before arrival.The security deposit/returnable bond of 100 Euro payable in cash on arrival. If you will arrive late in the evening late arrival fees may apply. A fee may apply for Sunday arrivals and departures
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