Extraordinary 20% discount for the week of August 4-11.
Set into a steep hillside Villa Lozna is built on 3 levels, covered with famous local white stone and offers all that is needed for an excellent vacation.
The ground level has a pool, a large stone terrace with 2 BBQs (inside and outside) a dining table, teak wood terrace for sunbathing and a small orchard (13 olive trees, lemons, oranges, pomegranate). The swimming pool (7x3m) is equipped with massaging pumps and the endless pool pump. The house on that level comprises a large living room (possibility of extra bed or two), kitchen and bathroom.
At the middle level there are 3 bedrooms with a balcony, two bathrooms and a storage room for luggage.
On the top floor, which offers uninterrupted views of more than 80 km of the coastline, there is a living and dining room with terrace, well equipped kitchen and one bedroom and bathroom.
There is also private parking for 2 cars. The Villa was built 10 years ago and is constantly modernised.
The entire Villa is very well equipped (satellite TV, free WiFi, air conditioning, dishwasher in both kitchens) and benefits from very good service offered by our hostess who lives nearby and is exceptionally helpful. The pool is inspected daily and cleaned when necessary.
The owners will try to accommodate special needs that guests may have, but we apologize for not accepting pets.
Mala Lozna (Small Lozna) is a very popular bay with pebble beach which is less than 5 min walk away. The grocery shop is also nearby and the lovely old town is 15 min walk or less than 5 min by car.
Postire is an old fishing town on the Island of Brac and it now boasts a new and very modern fish processing factory where both fresh and processed fish can be bought. In the town there are a number of restaurants and coffee shops in the port, while groceries, butcher, bakery and farmers' market are just a minute away. There is also a new marina for yachts.
Brac is one of the big islands of the Adriatic with the tallest mountain of all the islands with fabulous views. It is well connected by ferry to Split, the second city in Croatia. There are many activities on the island, interesting places, towns, beaches, museums, and in particular the world famous white stone quarries from Roman times are in many places and you can buy many small (and big) stone products to take home with you. Excursions to Split, the site of the Roman Emperor's Diocletian Palace are recommended.
Various seaside activities from snorkeling to windsurfing are offered on the island but they change every year and we recommend that you investigate them on the web or ask us to help you. Brac also has an airport well linked to several cities during the summer season.