Set in a quiet neighbourhood of the seaside village of Postira Villa Palma is an ideal holiday home for the guest seeking tranquility and privacy. The 3 bedroom house is surrounded on 3 sides by a rustic Dalmatian garden and has 2 large terraces for outdoor eating and sunbathing. On the ground floor the house comprises one double and one twin bedroom, shower room and living/dining room with full kitchen. Accessed via outdoor stairs on the first floor is a bedroom, shower room and kitchenette. The large terrace on the first floor has lovely sea views. The house is in a second row from the road and the access is through an alleyway, the main road has enough space to park the car, around 50 meters from the house. Postira is a beautiful and unspoilt fishing village on the north side of the island of Brac. The village enjoys 5 restaurants and a number of bars all of which thrive in the summer months though are never noisy. The closest beach is only 500 meters with a great bar/cafe.
Getting to Brac: Take the 45 minute car ferry from Split harbour. Split harbour is 20 kilometres from Split airport. The crossing takes about 45 minutes. The cost per person is approx 5 Euro.
Getting to the Property: Dalmatian Property Management office in Supetar will supply photo directions on how to get to the property, the keys of the property and all information’s about region, supermarkets, restaurants and cultural events you might visit during your stay. In a case you need anything else DPM personnel will be happy to help and at your service throughout your stay in one of the properties we manage.
Postira is a small town situated in the northern part of the island, 12km from Supetar where the car ferries arrive. The well indented shoreline with its numerous bays makes it very attractive to tourists and locals alike. The beaches are mostly pebbles though the nearby sandy beach of Lovrecina Bay is just 2km away and makes for a great day out with its beach cafe/ restaurant. Postira has an old core in the centre with mosaic tiled streets, narrow lanes, up hills and down hills, detached old houses and hidden gateways.... Pleasure boats go from here to the Cetina River on the mainland for rafting excursions, a very enjoyable day out
Other Activities: Boat excursions, history sights
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