Beachfront Villa Punta Ruzmarin- life on the beach

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Description from the owner

  • Villa
  • 4 bedrooms
  • 3 bathrooms
  • Sleeps 10

Bedrooms: 4

Bathrooms: 3

Sleeps: 10

Type: Villa

Beachfront Villa Punta Ruzmarin- life on the beach

Villa Punta Ruzmarin:

Villa Punta Ruzmarin is a beautiful, traditional Mediterranean villa situated right on the edge of the Adriatic Sea, on the Eastern side of the beautiful island of Brac. This privately owned villa is built to suit the best of tastes, fully adorned in limestone from the Island of Brac - the same stone that was used to build the White House and the historic Diokletian's Palace in the city of Split, along with many other monumental buildings along the Dalmatian Coast. The bay on which it sits is quiet and beautiful, with crystal clear water perfect for swimming.

The villa offers a view of the bay, along with a view of the ...Read more

About the owner

Dinko Ursic

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Beachfront Villa Punta Ruzmarin- life on the beach
Cove Puntinak (Selca), Central Dalmatia Islands, Croatia

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About Brac
The largest of the central Dalmatian islands, Brac offers a rich cultural and historic heritage as well as beautiful beaches and bays, with delicious and fresh gastronomy and wine. Chief occupations on the island are farming, olive and wine production, fishing and tourism. The nearest fishing village is Sumartin, just a five minute drive from the property, with a bakery, supermarket, restaurants, cafes, and tourist office. There is also a ferry port in Sumartin with connections throughout the day to the city of Makarska, just 45 minute ferry ride. Makarska is a city rich with Mediterranean architecture, designer shops, and fine restaurants. The town of Selca is also a five minute drive from the Villa, also with beautiful architecture, small shops, grocery stores, cafes, restaurants, and an Internet cafe. It is also home to the first monument dedicated to the Russian writer, Tolstory, dating back to 1911. You can find local produce and fish every morning at the Selca and Sumartin Farmers' Markets.
20km away, about a 20 minute drive, is the quaint town of Bol, with the famous Golden Horn (Zlatni Rat) beach, perfect for a day or evening walk. The lime stone covered walking area just a 5 minute walk from the downtown is filled with souvenir stands and shops, cocktail bars, cafes, restaurants, and spas. The Golden Horn beach offers a multitude of water sports, including boat rentals, windsurfing, jet skiing, and more.
Some other notable towns on the island include Pucisca, the hometown of many stone masons, where you can find unique stone masterpieces to bring back home as a souvenir. Milna, situated on the Western side of the island is a popular locations for yachts due to its conveniently situated marina.
In the Summer season it is common to see local gallery art shows, traditional "Klape" musicians, concerts, and local festivals to be enjoyed by all ages throughout the island. The Croatia Rediviva, a poetry festival is organized every year in the town of Selca in July, just after the annual town festival July 16th. Each town has its own celebration and each features local entertainment and cuisine, an old Dalmatian tradition where each town celebrates its day.

Connections are multiple from the Island of Brac. Ferries are available 20x per day to the mainland and the island of Hvar.
A 45 minute drive to the city of Supetar will connect you to the city of Split, which is the main Dalmatian seaport for many of the Dalmatian Islands and Italy (Ancona).

For a detailed ferry schedule, please go to www.jadrolinija.hr
Connections to the island include Split - Brac (Supetar) and Makarska - Brac (Sumartin)

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