Villa Dora Brac Beach Villa
This lovelyn is located on stunning island Brac.
In small bay of Mirca this villa can an accommodate total of 7 persons.
Located on the Island of Brac, villa Mirca is a traditional Croatian villa.
A superb beach villa is situated only several meters from the beautiful Adriatic Sea,
facing the town of Split and its Riviera.
Villa Dora Brac
Island Brac villas are known by its beauty and settlement on great locations.
This beach villa Mirca offer comfort, elegance, and relaxation to its visitors.
Next to the Adriatic sea you can fully enjoy and rest your soul.
The Brac villa Mirca is accessed after a short drive from Supetar ferry port.
Your car can be parked next to the villa and from the main entrance you will enter into a modern open plan kitchen / living area with stone fireplace.
On this floor there is a separate toilet and bathroom with bath.
Stairs to the basement take guests into a secondary lounge which is naturally cool and can also be used as additional sleeping quarters as this room contains a single sofa bed and a double sofa bed – sleeping 3 in total.
The first floor features two double bedrooms with sea view and en-suite shower rooms.
Ground floor: Spacious interior area with living room parlous, dining room, fully equipped kitchen, lounge, bathroom with massage bath-tube and separate toilet, terrace sheltered from three sides suitable for having meals outside.
Upper floor: Two double rooms with private bathrooms with showers.
to sea /beach: 20m / to Supetar: 2km / to Sutivan: 6km / to Bol: 35 km / to shop: 300 m / to restaurant: 500 m
Island Brac, the largest island of the central Dalmatian group of islands, the third largest among the Adriatic islands; area 394.57 sq km; population 13,824. It is separated from the mainland by the Brac Channel, from the island of Solta by the so-called Splitska Vrata (Split Gate) and from the Island of Hvar by the Hvar Channel.
The highest peak of the island, Vidova Gora (Vitus’ Mount) (778 m), 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 (on the southern side from Farska to Bol, and on the northern side from Sutivan to Supetar).
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).
Composed primarily of limestone and dolomite, 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, amphitheaters, temples, 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 (above 400 m) 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; dominant are dense evergreen underbrush (macchia) and rocky ground.
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 (this kind of building stone was used in the construction of the White House in Washington and the Palace of Diocletian in Split).
A road network has been constructed throughout the island; ferry lines Split – Supetar, Makarska – Sumartin; ship lines with Supetar and Bol. Airport ‘Brac’ (for smaller aircraft) is located above Bol.
We invite you to explore this unique island that offers everything one needs for an unforgettable holiday in an unspoiled natural enviroment.
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.
How to reach Brac?
Here are some useful tips for your travel to Brac island and Croatia. The easiest way to Brac depends on your means of transport, and direction you are coming from.
Generally, if you travel by car, bus or train, you need to reach Split or Makarska in central Dalmatia, where you can take a ferry to Brac or catamaran to Brac (from Split). Ferries Split – Supetar (Brac), and Makarska – Sumartin take cars.
If you go by plane, the closest local and international airports are Split and Dubrovnik airport, and then you need to take a local bus, rent a car, or take a taxi to Brac. There is also airport on island Brac. From there you can reach your destination by bus or taxi.
If you are travelling to Brac by car, depending on the direction (Austria, Slovenia, Hungary) you need to go through Zagreb to Split or Makarska with main Croatian highway A1, or along the Croatian coast from Rijeka to Split or Makarska.
From Split you can take car ferry to Supetar on Brac (50 minutes), or from Makarska to Sumartin on Brac island (60 minutes).
The choice of ferry might depend on where is your final destination on Brac, the price, the frequency of departures and the lenght of crossing.
Supetar is closer to Split. Sumartin port is more suitable if you are coming from the direction of Makarska (departure port) and Dubrovnik.
Also, you can take into account the frequency of departures;
Out of season ferry from Split to Supetar sails 9 times a day and from Makarska to Sumatin 3 times.
During summer season (july, august), ferry from Split to Supetar sails 14 times a day and from Makarska to Sumartin 4 – 5 times.
More info about Brac ferryboat timetables and ferry lines to Brac
When arriving in Croatia by car it is requested that you carry a valid driver’s license, car registration card and your Green Card (proof of car insurance)
Speed and alcohol limits
Speed limit in settlements is 50 km/h and 80 km/h in out of settlements (unless stated differently). On highways a speed limit is 130 km/h.
At this moment, the maximum permitted level of alcohol in the blood is 0,5 ‰.
In Croatia, petrol stations are open from 7 am to 7 pm or 8 pm every day and during the summer until 10 pm.
There are also petrol stations that are opened round the clock in the larger towns and on main international routes all petrol stations sell: Eurosuper 95, Super 98, Normal and Euro Diesel.
In Brac island, car petrol stations are available in Bol, Milna and Supetar, and are opened whole day during season.
This service is available in all cities, tourist resorts and airports (Split and Dubrovnik airport), and in Supetar and Bol on Brac island.
The closest international airports to Brac are the ones in Split and Dubrovnik (Dubrovnik is 165 km from Makarska and ferry Makarska – Sumartin). From Dubrovnik, frequent bus lines are available to Makarska or Split, or you can choose taxi or car rental.
Airports in Croatia
Split Airport is situated 30 km from Split ferry station. Transfer of passengers from the Airport is organised by buses, also there is a local bus every 20 minutes and taxis are available during the operating time of Split Airport.
In Split you can choose one of the sea transports to Brac, Supetar or Bol, by catamarans or ferries.
You can find more details on Croatia Airlines website.
Croatia Airlines ticket reservation phone No: +385 62 777 777
Airport Split phone No: + 385 21 203 555
Airport Brač phone No: + 385 21 648 615
Zagreb, Split, Dubrovnik, Pula, Rijeka, Zadar and Osijek. Only smaller planes (charter) can land at the Brac airport.
Zagreb 01 / 6265-222
Split 021 / 203-555
Dubrovnik 020 / 773-222
Pula 052 / 550-900
Rijeka 051 / 842-132
Zadar 023 / 313-311
Osijek 031 / 297-438
Brac 021 / 648-615
Losinj 051 / 231-666
The national airline company flying to and from Amsterdam, Berlin, Brussels, Dusseldorf, Frankfurt, Istanbul, Copenhagen, London, Madrid, Milan, Moscow, Munich, Paris, Prague, Rome, Sarajevo, Skopje, Vienna, Zurich, Tel Aviv, and, seasonally, to Manchester. Croatia Airlines website.
Other airline companies flaying to Croatia
German Wings, Ryanair, Adria Airways, Aeroflot, Air Bosnia, Austrian Airlines, Air France, Avioimpex, British Airways, Lufthansa, Malaysia Airlines, Malev and Swissair.
The easiest way to come to the Brac island wether you come by car, train or plane is from Split and Makarska by ferries or catamarans.
Available ferry lines to Brac:
Local ferries for Brac
Split – Supetar (Brac)
Makarska – Sumartin (Brac)
CATAMARAN: Jelsa (Hvar) – Bol (Brac) – Split
CATAMARAN: Split – Milna (Brac) – Hvar (Hvar)
For more information about ferryboats to Brac and ferryboat timetables, please visit ” Brac ferries” .
Jadrolinija (Info tel. 00385 21 338 333)
The main Croatian ship passenger carrier keeps the majority of the regular, international and domestic ferry and shipping lines. The main office is in Rijeka (051/666-100). Official website
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