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|Minimum Stay||1 - 7 nights|
This tastefully furnished 3 bedroom villa is situated in the elite western part of the picturesque village of Sumartin, located just 100m from the sea. The interior and grounds of this villa have been tastefully designed to make your stay as comfortable and pleasant as possible.
The ground floor of the villa is where you will find 2 double bedrooms and a quadruple bedroom with 2 double beds with the luxury of a jacuzzi tub. A family bathroom is located on this floor for the remaining bedrooms to share.
Furthermore a laundry area is located on the ground floor.
All of the bedrooms have direct access to the garden and swimming pool area.
For entertainment you will find a satellite TV, stereo system, home theatre and DVD player.
The villa has the luxury of wireless internet access.
The upper floor of the villa is where you will find the comfortable sitting room area with fireplace which is surrounded by furnished balconies. A double sofa bed is available in the sitting area.
This floor is also where you will find the dining room, a fully equipped kitchen offering cooker, oven, fridge/freezer, dishwasher, microwave, coffee filter machine and mixer. A guest bathroom is available on this floor.
Moving to the exterior is where you will find the private fresh water 10m x 5m swimming pool surrounded by sunbeds, poolside shower and separate WC.
The villa's furnished terrace, summer kitchen, barbecue and outdoor fireplace make it the perfect location for you to enjoy dining al fresco.
Sumartin is the youngest fishermen's village on Brac. The ferry-port in Sumartin connects apart of the island with the land.
It is worth a visit to the Museum of the monastery of Andrija Kacic - Miosic which has very worthy paintings (among them especially the early baroque Last Supper/Posljednja vecera from the second half of the 17th century).
Brac Island has craggy shores and brown rocks, but also boasts wonderful beaches, such as Zlatni Rat (Golden Tongue), a spectacular jewel of nature.
The limestone karst and scrub alternate with fertile fields in the interior and pine woods on the heights.
Villages scattered along the coast and in the interior of Brac Island are like stone monuments, guarding the rich heritage of the past centuries. Brac Island has had many rulers during its history, but its spirit remains unchanged and is best expressed in its most enduring product; the famous Brač stone. Some of that spirit has been incorporated in historical buildings, such as Diocletian's Palace in Split, and more modern edifices, such as The White House in Washington.
From year to year the number of visitors to Brac Island increases, particularly since the island airport was built, and they all find it hard to resist the peculiar charm of this island, which has so much to offer.