Tucked amid terraced gardens and verandas overlooking the Adriatic sea lies Nea, just a few minutes’ drive from the picturesque center of Sumartin. Just steps from the beach, it is set on two floors and offers accommodation for up to eight guests. Its panoramic swimming pool, its bright indoor spaces and the perfect mix of modern design and traditional Mediterranean architecture make this villa the perfect place for relaxing holidays in the islands Brac coast, while being very close to the most attractive towns and wonders, making it a great starting point for easy day trips.
The villa is divided into two levels, with four bedrooms and four bathrooms, additional toilet, plus a large living and dining room and a fully equipped kitchen. On the ground floor is the elegantly furnished living room and dining room, with an impressive dining table, large sofa and glass doors opening onto panoramic terraces. The fully equipped kitchen can be reached from the living room but also from the terrace. On this floor is also master bedroom, with en suite bathroom and walk-in closet and laundry room. All the rooms have access to the terraces equipped with sun loungers and a fresco dining areas.
The second floor, reachable through the outdoor staircase houses three double bedrooms with en suite bathroom. Each bedroom has its own TV and glass doors opening onto balconies offering spectacular views and comfortable and furnished outdoor spaces.
It also houses the majestic swimming pool of 24m², facing the sun and the sea, two outdoor showers, deck chairs, shaded dining area with table and barbecue and a bar corner. With all the ultimate comforts as well as a private gym on ground floor, this villa does satisfy all the desire for a relaxing holiday.
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. Findings in the Kopacina cave are the evidence of the presence of deer on Brac in the prehistoric period. 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.
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