Aparthotel Bracka Perla
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- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Travel Blogs from Supetar
... the curse laid on the island soon began to take effect. One of the three Dubrovnik aristocrats jumped out of a window, the other drowned in the sea on the way to Lokrum, and a servant killed the third. To be honest while the island was beautiful by day I could feel by night that it would become quite spooky and I think the locals believe so too as the island is not accessible after nightfall. My day spent on Lokrum was one of the best days of my ...
Leaving Stari Grad, we brushed up on our newly acquired sailing skills and then joined in a regatta, racing against the other 4 Medsailors boats for 7 miles! Our skipper and crew members were allowed to verbally help us but not steer or be on the ropes during the race. I was at the helm for the entire race, navigating and steering which could be quite difficult when the wind picked up and the yacht heeled on a massive angle!! ...
... this morning headed for Mljet, an island covered by forests and dotted by fields, vineyards and small villages. Time Magazine placed Mljet among the ten most beautiful islands in the world, and according to legend, this is where Odysseus got trapped for seven years with his lover Calypso – though locals believe it is the natural beauty of Mljet that charmed him. One third of the island was declared a ...
Well it's our last day. We head home 2moro so I am writing my last blog of the holiday. We thought Supetar might be the relaxing part of the holiday but it hasn't really worked out that way. When we arrived, we realised the beaches weren't as good: the water was greasy with sun lotion and littered with fags and plasters. So we went searching for new beaches on our rented quad bike. Charlie did most of the driving. It went about 40km/hr. We found some excellent beaches. Charlie found ...
... it was pretty small. However, it certainly proved the old saying right: great things do come in small packages.
Sadly for my finances, my passion for food, wine and the sea turns out to be a exorbitant combination. In fact, I can categorically blame the unique and comprehensive selection of wine and cheese that is showcased at Paradox. A wine and cheese bar like no other. Located directly behind the Croatian National Theatre, this newly hidden wonder ...