Milna or as the Venetians called it „Valle di mille navi“ (the bay of a thousand ships) is located on the north-west side of the island Brac. It is famous by its marvelous bay, in which the ships of the emperor Diokletian have found a secure harbor in the time of the building of his palace in Split. Today there is a marina with several berths, modern equipped for a secure stay and the service of yachtsmen from the whole world.
If you are visiting Milna for first time you will certainly get an impression of typical Mediterranean village and life as it once was on Dalmatian coast. Picturesquely arranged stone houses made of white Brac stone throughout entire coastline are true works of art and old styled architecture. Between this stone houses, its perfect place has found tastefully decorated, newly built Villa Milna Bonavista.
Located by the sea, in the center of Milna, villa offers unique views of the harbor and surrounding area from its upper terrace and the modern style of the property provides a relaxing retreat from everyday life. This modern, newly built, luxury villa of 250m², offers luxury living and fantastic sea. The villa has 4 ensuite bedrooms and a fifth bunk bedroom annexed to master bedroom. Villa spreads over 3 floors and can accommodate 10 persons who can enjoy the ultimate summer experience in this cool, well equipped villa, with a gym and sauna for active and healthy life, long beach walks, Mediterranean food restaurants, summer markets, lazy cafes and ice cream, beach bars and trips to cultural sites...
Ground floor comprises a modernly equipped twin bedroom with ensuite bathroom. You will also find here a wellness oasis in which you can enjoy and relax in the sauna and meditate a little bit, have massages upon request and recreate in the fitness room, which is equipped with exercise equipment.
On the first floor of Villa Milna Bonavista, you will find 4 modernly equipped bedrooms. The first room - the master bedroom is a comfortable space with an ensuite bathroom and balcony. Bunk bedroom is annexed to master bedroom. The other 2 bedrooms have ensuite bathrooms with showers. All rooms are air-conditioned, equipped SAT TV and Internet smart TV's with remote keyboard.
Staircase are connecting the first floor and the second floor - central part of the villa, where you will find a bright and large living and dining area with vaulted ceiling and a glass doors leading to front loggia that offers a magnificent sea and bay view. Excellent modern furniture, Sonos in lounge/kitchen/dining area enables guests to stream internet music or play music from own phone via villa Wi-Fi to built in Bose speakers. Comfortable sofa, armchairs and stylish lighting all reflect the modern tastes of the owners who have not skimped on quality and detail. A beautiful dining table can sit 10 people. The open plan kitchen is modern and well equipped for gourmet cooking.
The main rear terrace on the second floor contains a large swimming pool (3x9m) and children swimming pool (3x2m) which are heated early and late season. Here, you will also find a whirlpool with air jets for 6 persons, chairs for relaxing, sun loungers, outdoor dining furniture and a barbecue for preparing Dalmatian specialties. Steps lead to a lower side terrace and the pebble garden with palm tree. Here you can enjoy a good book, in the evening a glass of wine and stunning sea view.
Villa Milna Bonavista is a paradise for families, teenagers and people of all ages. A good mix of relaxation and activity is the signature of this villa.
Island Brac is situated between islands Solta and Hvar and it is biggest middle Dalmatian island with 395 km² of space. The island was probably named after a deer – brenthos in Illyrian, a cult animal of Illyrian tribes who inhabited the island. Greeks called it Elaphusa and Bretanide which derives from the world elaphos – deer. Beach Zlatni rat, Vidova gora, Blaca desert, deep inlets, olive-groves, vineyards, pine wood along the crystal clear sea are images that numerous visitors bring home from the island of Brac. Island Brac belongs to the sunniest Adriatic area with over 2,700 hours of sunshine a year (in summer 9-12 hours, in winter over 4 hours a day). The average summer temperature is 23.8 C and in winter 8,6 C. Island Brac is characterized by all the typical Mediterranean characteristics: long, hot and dry summers and short mild winters. Area of 394 km², a length of 40km and width of 13 km Brac is the most widespread island of Dalmatia, and the third largest among 1185 islands, islets and reefs in the Croatian Adriatic sea.Milna is a town located in a wide bay on the western part of island Brač and 18km away from Supetar. The center of the town has a large marina with many berths and modern equipment. The town itself has many restaurants but not a single night club or bar. Milna has four large pebble beaches (Pasikova, Lučice, Maslinova, Osibova), two of which are in town and the other two in the near vicinity. There are pine woods located near the beaches themselves, providing the perfect shade for those who do not intend to sunbathe the whole day. The sea is crystal clear and the beaches face South, protecting them from north winds and making this region perfect for scuba diving, sailing and fishing. Apart from water sports, visitors can also enjoy soccer, volleyball, basketball, boccia and table tennis. You can enjoy traditional Dalmatian cooking and other specialties of the region in several restaurants. Milna is an oasis of peace and quiet, making it the perfect destination for a vacation away from the hustle of the city. While in this beautiful town, do not miss the opportunity to visit Split, Trogir and Omiš, the nearby attractive tourist destinations.
DAILY PRICES FOR 2019:
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