Villa Petra

Address: Put Luke 8, Brela, 21322, Croatia | Inn
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Travel Blogs from Brela

Hvar to Split

A travel blog entry by twobeanstravel on Jun 17, 2015

41 photos

... proud. Next, we had the Portas pizza, which had Dalmatian ham, mushrooms, ham, egg, olives, and cheese. It was a good meal. We then walked the thin streets back towards the Riva (sea promenade) in search of ice cream and the sea. Stase had had a scoop of strawberry and I had kiwi. I wanted lemon, but Stase I should be more adventurous. Who am I to say no to a beautiful woman. We then sat on a bench and watched the last traces of sunlight disappear below ...

Let's make like a banana....

A travel blog entry by hippler on Dec 16, 2014

3 comments, 17 photos

... in the area in the 600s or so from the north. There were some well-preserved relics of glass, marble, iron, silver, bronze, and gold.

Two nights here in the winter is enough. Even though the weather has been great, we're heading to Bosnia tomorrow to Mostar. We'll see that and Sarajevo and then head back to Dubrovnik for Christmas. Since our bus has to pass into Bosnia to get to Dubrovnik anyway, we thought "what the heck."


Split again!

A travel blog entry by katemagnolia on Oct 10, 2014

13 photos

... up but the six foot, stiletto wearing Croatian women certainly had. My Jandals weren't really a match and I think we all felt similar, as we left after a short time and then went home to bed. My flu has truly set in now, I got maybe an hours sleep, and the rest was spent with a snotty nose, a sore throat and an upset stomach (NOT drink induced, but probably kebab ...

Meandering Down the Coast

A travel blog entry by jacquelinerose on Jul 16, 2014

23 photos

... the streets to the archways, and consists of numerous tight alleyways, markets, and restaurants. There is a church (one that we visited but I'm sure there are more) with a bell tower and crypt attached. Jas and I decided to climb the bell tower, which has such large stone stairs that they are impossible to take without pulling yourself up by the railing, followed by the most rickety set of metal stairs, akin to something in a warehouse, that I have ever ...

Split, Croatia

A travel blog entry by missburns on Jul 10, 2014

5 comments, 27 photos

... In Omiš we went extreme hiking up to Stari Grad, an old fortress on top of Dinara Mountain (303 metres above sea level). The hike was very difficult, we had to climb up steep rocks most of the way. But the view at the top was well worth the hike! After our hike we decided to treat ourselves with a swim at Duce Beach. I hope you enjoy looking at the photos! Bye za sada, Miss ...