About the property
- Apartment1184 sq. ft.
- Half Baths0
- Minimum Stay3 - 5 nights
This three bedroom apartment offers everything You'll need during Your stay. Mer
This three bedroom apartment offers everything You'll need during Your stay. Merely 400 m from both the sea and the town center and with stores, ferry stations and various rental facilities in proximity.
Perfect for a peaceful rest or days filled with sightseeing! The apartment has a fully equipped kitchen, two bathrooms with a shower and a bathtub, three rooms with one double bed and four single beds, the living room offers a sofa,a nice balcony and private parking.
You can explore the beautiful island of Brac or travel by ferry to visit Split! Ideally for family or friends for a great time!
- Response time:
- within one hour
- English, Italian, German
- Calendar last updated:
- May 22, 2018
Sports & Adventure Activities
Check-in: 2:00 PM
Check-out: 10:00 AM
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ABOUT SUPETAR With over 4000 inhabitants, Supetar today is the largest settlement on the island of Brac as well as being its administrative, cultural, economic and tourist centre. A small island town, to the north part of the island of Brac, it is perfectly connected by ferry lines with Split and hides numerous unrevealed beauties. Its rich cultural and historical heritage, the cheerful Dalmatian way of living, the variety in quality accommodation, numerous cultural events, beautiful beaches, clean sea, vicinity both to the land and to the hinterland of the beautiful island of Brac make it a really ideal place for a holiday. HISTORICAL TRACES Supetar’s history dates back to the ancient times of Roman emperors of which testimony are the remains of the early Christian mosaics located close to the Parish Church (6th century) and close to the villa rustica (6th century) on the cape of St. Nicholas, by the beach of “Banj”. Over its history Supetar developed as the port of Nerežišca – the historical island’s metropolis. The name Supetar was first mentioned in 1423 and it gained its current urban characteristics during the 17th and 18th centuries when was inhabited by numerous peoples from Donji Humac. It has Town Status since 1997. ST. MARY OF THE ANNUNCIATION PARISH CHURCH It was built in 1604 on the foundations of the former basilica. In 1729 it burnt down again and reconstruction terminated in 1733 when the church acquired its current baroque aspect.