Three-bedroom Apartment with Fabulous Sea Views

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  • Apartment
  • 3 bedrooms
  • 2 bathrooms
  • Sleeps 8

Bedrooms: 3

Bathrooms: 2

Sleeps: 8

Type: Apt. / Condo

Three-bedroom Apartment with Fabulous Sea Views

The apartment is located in Pucisca on Brac, on the hill above the bay, about 300 m from the sea and a five-minute walk from the village centre.

Our Brac Apartment in Pucisca (sleeps 6/8) has a wonderful view of the sea, Pucisca on Brac and the entrance to the bay, thanks to its position on the hill above the bay. To make your stay on Brac Island as pleasant as possible, we have equipped the apartment with all the equipment you might need and the interior and grounds have been tastefully designed.

Kitchen / dining / sitting room with 4-ring hob, fridge/freezer, toaster, hood and coffee filter machine. Air conditioning and satellite TV.

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Three-bedroom Apartment with Fabulous Sea Views
Brac, Dalmatia, Croatia

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Situated on the north coast of Brac Island, Pucisca on Brac shelters in the lee of a deep bay. The harbour village got its name from the Latin puteus (well) and marked the place where salt and brackish water mingle. During the Middle Ages it was no ordinary harbour, but was known as the Harbour of Towers. Faced with continuous threats from the sea, the Brac builders constructed 13 defence forts with towers, which became the stone symbol of Pucisca on Brac.

Throughout its history, stone has been the most important source of revenue. If Brac stone represents the spirit of the island, then Pucisca on Brac is its throne, for here not everything is written on paper, but most is carved in stone. Famous stonemasons like Juraj Dalmatinac, Andrija Alesi and Nikola Firentinac worked in Pucisca, and many prominent buildings in Croatia were built from Brac stone. Today, the continuation of the masons tradition is guaranteed by the superbly organised Stonemasons College.

The skill of local masons is evident in the appearance of Pucisca's houses and churches, which gleam like stone pearls. There are few places on Brac Island which can boast such a wealth of ecclesiastical architecture. The original parish church is a Renaissance building dedicated to the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary, with a bell-tower and cemetery on Botak, and the largest ecclesiastical structure is the present parish church of St. Jerolim (Jerome). In the cemetery is the former Benedictine church of St. Stjepan (Stephen) and just outside the village is the Romanesque-Gothic church of Sv. Juraj (George), symbolising protection for the village. In the area known as Dubrova there are two small churches, dedicated to St. Lucija (Lucy) and St. Dujam (Domnius). They are unique examples of Baroque rural architecture in Dalmatia.



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