Seaside Village - Apt. Lavanda
One bedroom apartment on the first floor. It has a kitchen, bathroom, livingroom which has an exit on a balcony and it has a nice view on Marina in Vlaška bay and on the small hills that surround village of Milna.
Experience the best of island life in Milna Harbour - relax in the sun, enjoy the lovely view of nearby islands and watch the sailboats, yachts and island boats pass by. Scuba diving is available in the village as well as daily sails, sunset sails, rafting trips, parasailing, hiking, cycling, and other water and land activities on the island. The island is safer and more silent than the coastline with its friendly atmosphere. For those who really want to relax, this is a great place. Milna Harbour comes alive in the spring and summer with yachts from all over the world. Local olive oil, wine and port tastings are a must in the village. Visit the local vegetable and fruit market, bakery and wine cellar and buy your fresh fish directly off the fishing boats in the morning. Open air cafes line the harbour and the local restaurants serve Dalmatian specialities including Brac lamb, local grilled fish and peka made in traditional stone ovens inside bell like casseroles.
Milna Harbour is the bay of a thousand ships - safe harbour to ships large and small for over 400 years. One of the original coastal villages on Brac, Milna has always been a centre of culture and commerce.
Today yachts from around the world are drawn to Milna for its unspoiled village life, sheltered bays, spectacular boating and exclusive island lifestyle.
On Brač you can count with an average of 134 days of clear sky and 2700 hours of sunshine. The long season and the local micro-climate is excellent for treatment of hay-fever and other pollen related allergies as well respiratory illnesses
On the island of Brač there is the highest peak of all Croatian islands, Vidova Gora (778 m), from this point you can see a famous beach Zlatni Rat and neighboring islands. The weather is warm throughout the whole year and the sea is comfortably warm for swimming from April to November. The sun is shining all the time apart from a few weeks every year. The distance from the shore, and the great mass of water ensures the Mediterranean climate. The average temperature is above 50 F even in January.
The distance from the mainland and the great mass of surrounding water ensures the island enjoys a Mediterranean climate. There is a catamaran service direct to the mainland a few times a week.
This apartment is situated in a lovely enclave near the olive groves and sea and beside the promenade to the village. In summer there are daily flights from London and many other major European cities, to Split, with frequent ferry connections between island and mainland.
From Milna to Split there is a catamaran four times a week. It leaves at 10 in the morning and comes back at 16:30 from Split. Split is the largest and the most important town in Dalmatia. It was developed around the huge palace which was built by the Roman Emperor Diocletian in the 4th century. Diocletian’s Palace, the Cathedral built on the remains of an ancient shrine, Jupiter's temple and the swirl of the open market located just next to the harbour, in the very heart of the old part of Split.