Pool villa for up to six people on the island of Korčula.1/14Refreshment required?
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View from a luxurious pool villa for up to 10 people directly located on the beach of Drašnice.2/14Pearl of the Adriatic
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Modern holiday apartment for four people in Brsečine at a private beach with a panoramic sea view from the terrace.3/14The best in Dalmatia
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4/14Best holiday resort in Croatia
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Lighthouse on the little island of Palagruža, far out in the Adriatic.6/14Be a lighthouse keeper
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Secluded holiday home on the island of Lošinj.7/14My own bathing bay
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Living room of a stone house for six people that is located directly by the sea.8/14Walls that tell stories
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This is how holiday rental owners described Supetar
show more located on the north of the island of Brač, just 45 min of ferry ride from the town of Split. Also, it is located in the bay of St. Peter after whom the place got its name.
show more moment of high and passionate home spun poetry, some forward beauty on which to pause …so many stars with their flickering discreet…peace is overwhelming me…” This is how Tin Ujević wrote about Brač and Supetar in 1929. Supetar today is a town with over 4000 inhabitants that live the real Dalmatian way of life, however this magical peace, even if in another form, still exists. Those who come to Supetar, always want to come back. It is a real island town and the largest settlement on the island of Brač, the true heart of the island and located on its northern part. It is a great starting point for those wanting to discover this beautiful, diverse and rather interesting island. Supetar is also the administrative, cultural, economic and tourist centre of the island, excellently connected to Split by ferry.
Supetar was once the port for Nerežišća – the island’s historical capital located in its interior.
The name Supetar (deriving from saint Peter) was mentioned for the first time in 1423 and took on its present features during the 17th and 18th centuries when it was inhabited by people from Donji Humac. It obtained town status in 1997. The nearby villages of Mirca, Splitska and Škrip also make up part of the town.
Supetar has a wealth of historical heritage. That is not strange as its history dates back to the period of the Roman emperors, which can be proved by the 6th century remains: the early Christian mosaic close to the parish church and the villa rustica on St. Nicolas’ cape by the town beach of Banj.
Walk to the town cemetery and visit the mausoleum of the Petrinović family, a work of art by Toma Rosandić and above Supetar, with a beautiful view over the Brač Channel, or visit one of the 19 preserved churches from the early Romanesque period on Brač, including the small church of St. Lucas.
If you decide to visit Vidova gora you need to take the trail through the pine forest where you can enjoy the blackberries that grow along the way, and maybe you will meet a small herd of horses too before reaching Trolokve. It is an interesting location with three watering holes which were once a very important public good.
Discover the beautiful Dalmatia
Dalmatia | The picturesque landscape of Dalmatia stretches from the island Rab in the northwest to the border with Montenegro in the southeast. Typical features of the coast in this traditional region are the fjord like bays as well as the islands off the coast. Cultural and touristic centres are the towns of Split, Dubrovnik, Zadar and Sibenik. In the small fishing villages and idyllic heartland you will find peace and seclusion. Beautiful sandy beaches are a special feature of the islands Rab and Pag. The other islands also are worth spending a vacation on. When on Pag don’t miss out on tasting the local delicassy feta cheese.
Worth a visit is Dalmatia's biggest city Split. Why do you not start at the Diokletian's Palace and take a stroll through the old town centre as well as along the promenade. Alternatively you could walk up to Marjan Hill where you have a wonderful view over the area. Should you want to take in some of the cultural treasures then we would recommend you to visit one of the larger museums of the town.
The Makarska Riviera provides you with some of the most charming beaches where you can relax and recharge those empty batteries. With the phenomenal setting of the Biokovo Mountains as a background make this location one of the unique parts of coastal strip to be found in Dalmatia.
In the south part of Dalmatia you will find the Konavle Valley also known as the “Garden of Dubrovnik”. A variety of vegetables as well as figs, olives and cypresses grow in these ideal surroundings. Equally important are the vineyards of this region that are spread out in this spacious valley. This diverse and fertile countryside invites you to go on extensive walks whilst enjoying the tranquillity that the area offers. Should you want to take in some of the local sights and sounds then you should visit the town of Cilipi where every Sunday folklore events take place.