Villa Petra

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

Last Night

A travel blog entry by chelsear on Aug 29, 2014

... the trip began we were allowed to bring our own food and alcohol onto the boat. Before we left I did have to help Callum remove his last remaining scraps of eyeliner, which he was really struggling with, and apparently caught up in the romance of me scrubbing his eye with a makeup wipe we had our first sober kiss. Probably about time. We all walked as a group to the nearby pizza store but Issy, Tilly, Matt and I were pretty unimpressed with both the food and ...

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 ...

The Rest of the C and C

A travel blog entry by pratthor on Jun 30, 2014

1 comment, 27 photos

... crossed what was left of the river to the other side and then down on a dusty, bumpy gravel road. We passed another waterfall, all of this driving in the shadow of Hekla, a 1400 meter cone volcano (flat and broad), unlike the ones we have in the Pacific Northwest. We saw The flanks of Hekla but the top only intermittently through the clouds. We made it back onto pavement and motored all the way to Reynisfjall, just before the village of Vik. We went down to a black sand ...


A travel blog entry by susansantiago on May 13, 2014

1 comment, 4 photos

Split Today was our off day because the forecast was calling for rain and hiking over the types if terrain we have seen is dangerous and not so fun in the rain. We had options: some stayed at the hotel, some went on the bus to see the waterfalls in a national park, and the rest if us split for Split, a UNESCO world heritage ancient city one hour north of Baska Voda where we are based all week. We went by public bus along a very modern highway that hugged the ocean. Off ...

Splitsville, Croatia

A travel blog entry by huntingaurochs on Aug 13, 2013

12 photos

Arrived in Split after a short flight, only about an hour I think, pretty uneventful. Checked into our hostel called Cro-Paradise, can only assume that by calling it paradise they were either taking the **** or that the 'Cro' suffix somehow changes the meaning of the word 'paradise'. But really who cares, the room was a place to leave our bags while we explored.

The beaches here are odd. I guess the people of Split aren't big fans ...