We are sorry, this accommodation is not available to book at the moment
Villa Ida is located in Milna on the west part of the island of Brac. It is situated in a peaceful pine forest, 200 m from the village centre and it has a wonderful view of Milna and its marina. This charming house can accommodate 6 to 8 people. It consists of a kitchen/dining area/sitting room, 3 double rooms and 2 bathrooms. To make your stay as pleasant as possible, the villa has been equipped with all the equipment you might need.
Minimum stay: 7 nights in July and August.
For other periods, please inquiry;
surcharge of 30% applies to stays
less than three nights.
Day of arrival: Saturday in July and August;
For other periods, please inquiry.
- Villa equipment:
Washing machine, air conditioning, satellite TV, DVD player, radio, hair drier, iron, ironing board, barbecue, garden furniture
- Kitchen equipment:
4-ring ceramic hob, refrigerator, freezer, dishwasher, toaster, mixer
Daily rent / electricity / water / final cleaning / linen /
towels / garden maintenance
Tourist tax included in price.
Deposit on arrival (credit card authoris) 300 EUR
End cleaning included in the price. (Extra cleaning is 80 EUR)
Short stays possible in periods: 01.09.-15.06.2014.
Children and extra beds
- Air condition
- DVD Player
- Satellite TV
- Washing machine
We are sorry, there are no reviews yet for this accommodation.
Island Brac, the largest island of the central Dalmatian group of islands, the third largest among the Adriatic islands.
The highest peak of the island, Vidova Gora (Vitus’ Mount) (778 m). It is also the highest peak of all Croatian islands.
The limestone part of the coast is rocky and steep, while the rest is rather low and sandy.
The island landscape is dominated by a karst limestone relief, with numerous gullies, crevices, cavities, round valleys and coves. Milder forms of the relief, with brown Primorje soils (the most fertile on the island), are found mostly in the interior (especially between Lozisca and Nerezisca, as well as between Selca, Novo Selo and Sumartin).
The quarries of the island of Brac have been a source of stone for building decorative stonework for centuries. The old Romans have known its quality and used this very stone to build cities, temples, amphitheaters, palaces and graves all over Dalmatia.
There are no surface water streams on the island. Permanent water sources are provided only around Bol. Higher parts of the island ) are at some places covered with black and Aleppo pine forests. Larger or smaller forests of Aleppo pine are found around all coastal towns and villages.
The largest places are Pucisca and Supetar. Major farming products are olive oil, wine and fruit (sour cherries and almonds). Chief occupations include also livestock breeding and fishing. Fish canneries are located in Postira and Milna.
Major quarries, where the famous Brac building stone is excavated, are located near Pucisca, Selca, Postira, Splitska and Donji Humac.
Rich cultural and historic heritage that dates back to pre-historic times, unique gastronomy, beautiful beaches and bays, crystal blue sea, high quality accommodation in private facilities and the hospitality of the local people are the guarantees of a holiday you will always remember.
Sports & natureBol is very popular surfing center including a rich offer of other sport activities.
Nightlife infoBol-the most popular are cocktail bars „Varadero“, „Aquarius“ and „Bolero“ Supetar-the most popular are „Havana“, „Paparazzo“, „Roso“, „Benji“and „Thriller“ bar.
Culture and history infoRich cultural and historic heritage that dates back to pre-historic times.