|Minimum Stay||7 nights|
Villa was built in 2009 at the end of the small Brač town of Pražnica. It was made of the same white local stone that was used to build the White House in Washington, the lobby of the UN building in New York and the seventeen-centuries-old Diocletian's Palace in nearby Split, the largest coastal town in Croatia. An example of the synergy of traditional and contemporary architecture, fusing with the surrounding karst terrain thanks to its playful shape, the villa enriches this hilly island landscape with its many stone walls and pillars as well as horticultural details.
Facing the sky itself, Villa Demi becomes an oasis of peace--a place to escape to and relax in sync with authentic, untouched nature.
In the enchanted, romantically rustic centre of the island of Brac--one of the biggest and most interesting Croatian islands--three luxury villas with swimming pools were built in 2009 using the famed local stone. Built in harmony with the environment and with the general ambience and spirit of the place, villas Anja, Demi and Luci create a superbly renovated ethno-village nested in the town of Pražnice that is particularly attractive to people of refinement who seek true peace and an escape from the everyday world. The luxury villa was built in 2009 at the end of the little town of Pražnica, in harmony with the stone landscape of the island's central region. Its exterior enriched the countryside by respecting the archetype of local architecture in its construction; at the same time, it accommodates all modern luxuries. Its architectural poise and tranquility seem to contribute to the harmony, simplicity and dominant colours of the space it is immersed in: the whiteness of Brač stone from which it was built, the blue of its swimming pool reflecting the sky above, the green of the foliage that draws its strength from the sun as much as from the red earth that frames this picturesque composition.
|Refundable damage deposit||$320|