Villa Dalmatino

Address: Biskupa Bijankica 1, Brela, Croatia | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Biskupa Bijankica 1, Brela.
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Travel Blogs from Brela

Last Night

A travel blog entry by chelsear on Aug 29, 2014

... and Tash was keen to get one as well so Tilly, Issy, Jess, Tom and I happily accompanied them to the closest tattoo parlor, eager to see them in pain. To our great disappointment it was closed, but the trip was made worthwhile by a sign in the alley behind it that had an official "no pooping" sign. On our walk back we tried to find another shop but eventually ended up returning to the bar with no one having been inked. Shortly after we returned it was time ...

Meandering Down the Coast

A travel blog entry by jacquelinerose on Jul 16, 2014

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... gasping, no sounds unless I'm going to hit something," and got us right back up that narrow road with all the blind corners and everything! When we got to the top we all let out a huge sigh of relief, easily found our hostel, and had a lovely fish dinner on the ocean! Today we spent a very lazy day on the beach, swimming -- I taught Jas to swim! -- and tanning and reading.

And finally, we have made a last minute decision -- tomorrow we are going to ...

The Rest of the C and C

A travel blog entry by pratthor on Jun 30, 2014

1 comment, 27 photos

... the golf course to a little sea inlet next to a cliff. We sat for sometime watching the puffins and attempting to photograph them. They live under long tufts of grasses attached to the cliff sides. The borrow in, using the grass as a "thatched roof." We returned to town, passing a sod farm house (historical display) and bought some snacks. We made the crossing back to the mainland which was a bit smoother and with a lot fewer passengers. We drove 120 kilometers to Reykjavik, and ...


A travel blog entry by susansantiago on May 13, 2014

1 comment, 4 photos

... All incredible. After the tour we had lunch and pivo, then back for one quick walk through. The palace area has been continuously occupied since it was built. Families own homes there and pass them down for generations. Laundry is drying, cats stroll around, new entrance doors announce a renovated apartment. As awesome and interesting as this palace is, the narrow streets are a conglomeration of souvenir shops, retail stores, cafés and pizza joints, artists ...

Splitsville, Croatia

A travel blog entry by huntingaurochs on Aug 13, 2013

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... rocky hills made for some spectacular scenery. Plus our rafting guide Mickey and the English couple we were in the raft with were all good fun. That night we enjoyed baked fish and pivo (beer) in the old town of Omis before heading back to Split.

The next morning we grabbed some delicious coffees and pastries (Megan swears to have eaten the best apple struedl ever made) before boarding a ferry to Brac, an island off the coast of ...