Villa Petra

Address: Put Luke 8, Brela, 21322, Croatia | Inn
 
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Location

This inn is located on Put Luke 8, Brela.
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4.00 of 5 stars Excellent
 

Travel Blogs from Brela

Final day of riding

A travel blog entry by debz2653 on Oct 03, 2014

1 comment, 12 photos

... Tvrdic, at Tvrdic Honey in Grohote and he gave a fascinating talk about the honey industry, as he's a third generation beekeeper. Solta is famous for its rosemary honey called Olintio and we were able to taste many of the specialty honeys that he produces. I bought some for Sophie and Elke. There was another Island Hopping tour group there before us and they sounded familiar.  It turned out that they were a charted tour ...

Staying power, a long day!

A travel blog entry by wanderinghands on Sep 17, 2014

13 photos

... go to the Hula Hula Bar for drinks and to watch the sunset in the perfect location on the waters edge. And we only had to share with about 100 people under the age of 27! The bar and music were rocking when we arrived.
Found ourselves some sun lounges and ordered cocktails, we are so cool, one long island iced tea, pina colada, sex on the beach and mai tai.
Sunset was beautiful and plenty of laughs were had as Phil realised he had a day of ...

Hvar via Bol onto Lovište

A travel blog entry by berryfamily5 on Sep 16, 2014

1 comment, 23 photos

... the harbour. There were giant walls from the 13 th century, and ornamental Gothic style buildings from the same period, as well as windy marble pathways. We had breakfast at a cafe that overlooked the St Stephens square which is one of the largest in Dalmatia although small compared to other town squares in other European towns. There were also market stalls lining the promenade around the Harbour ...

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

A travel blog entry by kvstark on Apr 26, 2014

14 photos

... myself a lovely vegetable stew for dinner in the kitchen, but almost all of the markets that sell food (mini grocery stores) in the city were closed when I got in. There was only one open, which the receptionist showed to me, so I headed out again to get some food since all I had eaten that day was fruit and the cereal and milk from around eight hours earlier. The market was a bust - no fresh vegetables at all. It was getting kind of late ...