Villa Maria

Island Brač Supetar beautifull apartments

  • Sea beach
  • Sea sunset
  • Croatian wines


Adress of Villa Maria apartments:

Marija and Vlado Kirigin
1. svibnja 6
21400 Supetar - Brač

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The second largest tourist center of the island, is located on the north side of the island on Bracki channel. Surrounded by pine woods city has beautiful sand, gravel and rocky beaches and a palm-lined promenade with many cafes and restaurants. Pretty well the old center with the port. Extensive sports and leisure facilities including tennis, windsurfing and diving school. Boat trips to secluded bays and beaches and neighboring islands.


Brac, with 395 km ², the third largest Adriatic island, situated between the mainland with the city of Split to the north and the south of the island of Hvar. On the coastal slopes of the island nestled fields, orchards and olive groves. The island's interior is barren. Vidovica from the mountain, 778 meters and the highest peak of all Adriatic islands, enjoy a magnificent panorama of Hvar and the most spectacular beach of the island's 600-meter-long Golden Horn near Bol. On Brac is broken for centuries of white marble. Only with the construction of the first island road in 1977 began the development of tourism in the coastal towns of Supetar, Splitska, Sumartin, Sutivan, Bol and Milna. In the vicinity of Bol is the airport of the island. Boat trips to neighboring islands. Bol's passenger ferry (about ½ hour) to Jelsa on island Hvar. Getting the best ferry from Split to Supetar (about 1 h, 14x daily) and from Makarska to Sumartin about 1 ½ h, 3-5x a day, each state.


The coastal road that winds its Adriatic Highway, along the Velebit massif, the Dalmatian plate and the Biokovo, connects the north and the south. Between them, northern Dalmatia, Zadar is the Riviera with historic towns such as Pag, Nin and Biograd. Farther south, joins the cities of the Riviera Sibenik, Vodice, Trogir, Rogoznica and Primosten. Near Sibenik is the Krka National Park. Some 300 offshore islands, including the largest Pag, Ugljan, Pasman, Dugi Otok and the Kornati National Park are well known among yachtsmen. Thereafter, further south, the beautiful old city of Trogir, the capital of Dalmatia Split, with its historic old town and Diocletian's Palace. Located south of Split, the former pirate's nest Omis and Makarska Riviera with the town of Brela, Baska Voda and Makarska as famous bathing destinations. Off the coast of the island Brac, Solta and Hvar. The Dubrovnik Riviera is the southernmost region of Dalmatia, extends from the Peljesac peninsula to the north of medieval Dubrovnik, "Pearl of the Adriatic ', of Cavtat in the south. The offshore islands of Korcula, Lastovo and Mljet are considered particularly impressive scenery. Worth seeing are the national parks Paklenica and Krka, the Kornati archipelago and the island of Mljet. The whole coast is full of beautiful rocks, gravel and partly sandy beaches, where the Bol beach on the island of Brac the most famous. Partial sub-tropical climate can grow a rich flora with palm trees, olive groves and centuries-old cypress trees. In stark contrast to this are the dry landscapes of the island of Pag and the Kornati islands.