Supetrus Hotel (Dalmatian Riviera - Spu/Zad)
Travel Blogs from Brac
... are..... different. Where there is sand in the U.S., there are rocks in Europe. This makes for clear and beautiful water, but treacherous, painful and often slimy ventures into the water.
I also had the opportunity to share a meal with some lovely girls in the historic city of Trogir. Fresh Calamari and fried baby octopus was...interesting, but tasty.
And how could I forget Krka National Park- as far as ...
- Dolac market (fresh fruit and veg, plus some souvenirs etc)
- Opatovina and Tkalciceva streets (restaurants/ cafes and small shops)
- The Stone Gate - thought it would just be a gate, but discovered it is actually a mini church in a tunnel! Pretty cool!
- St Mark's Church with its coloured and patterned tiles on the ...
in the Hostel (fonkeydonkey) I met one Chilean guy .. I think Fernando or Francisco, he was funny and surprising to me to find a spanish speaker (not from spain) in this Island.
this Island is mainly visited for Croatian citizen ..there are no many tourist here.
... large island with very extreme changes in elevation. We went to the highest point on all of the Croatian islands. It was such a stunning view. Croatia is full of so much beauty. Especially the islands. Next time I visit I’m spending all of my time on the islands.
In the afternoon we visited the famous beach in the town called Bol. ...
Lucy made pancakes when we woke up and we hung around the hostel. We left the other Aussie girl to watch over the hostel as everyone wanted to rent a boat and go around Brac that afternoon, so all of the staff minus the Aussie girl plus a Belgian guest named Stef set out to rent the boat. There could only be 4 of us technically on the boat so we picked up Reece and Wyatt after we'd rented it. After that, we putted along the coast in search of this abandoned submarine ...
Other places to stay in Brac
Put Vele Luke 4, Supetar | 4 star hotelfrom $121