Vlacica & Vrilo

Address: Supetar, Brac, Croatia | Hotel
 
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Travel Blogs from Supetar

The Yacht Week

A travel blog entry by sophevans on Aug 21, 2013

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... A water taxi came and picked up 2 groups of people from other boats, but forgot to come back for us, so we spent the night playing cards on the boat and chatting with another skipper Dave, who'd been left in charge of his boat. He was an Aussie from Ballarat! We fed him the leftovers from our dinner and he thought we were amazing. Gee and Nick had a backflip competition off the side of the boat around midnight, and took myself to bed at the sensible hour of 12.30! In the ...

Driving Again

A travel blog entry by journey_team on Jun 08, 2013

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... has come to? I understand the precautions, as we know, there are sickos out there, but really. A very short drive to the next town of Donji Humac, a nice church and views of a white stone quarry. More importantly, this is the home of a semi-famous restaurant, featured in People Magazine. Supposed to have great lamb dishes, and it did, the bread was good, the olive oil was the best we have had since Italy, and the House Wine was the best ...

Exploring the old city

A travel blog entry by diggel on May 24, 2013

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Thursday and Friday were spent sightseeing, walking through the narrow streets and exploring the alleys. There is always an interesting little place to discover.
We walked through the mediaeval town outside the Palace which is still within the old city surrounded by the ancient Roman Wall. The fish market was easy to find by the smell - there is an indoor and outdoor area. Inside ...

Steady she goes!

A travel blog entry by evanvanderploeg on Jun 21, 2012

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... we got a coffee whilst overlooking the beautiful clear water and then went for a swim. A few of us grabbed the snorkelling gear from the ship and you could see lots of little fish and right to the bottom of the clear water. It dropped off very quickly as it was a man made swimming beach (again a pebble beach).

After our brief detour we headed onwards to Korcula which is the supposed birthplace of Marco Polo (if you’ve read our earlier ...

Brac and all its hills

A travel blog entry by jenny.fisher on May 08, 2012

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... rewarded with views of Hvar Island, our next stop. There are many other islands in the distance. We can see Bol and the Zlatni Rat below us. This is where we are heading for lunch. It is cool up here at the highest point in the Adriatic Islands, 778m. Surrounded by pine trees and the rocky outcrops, it feels more alpine than sea resort. A long and switchback windy road takes us down to the seaside resort town of Bol. We idle the car while tourists stand gob ...

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