Villa Senator

Address: Bartola Kasica 9, Podstrana, 21312, Croatia | Inn
 
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Location

This inn, located on Bartola Kasica 9, Podstrana, is near Zidine Fortress, Lapidarij, and Varos.
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    Travel Blogs from Podstrana

    Croatian Islands Cruise day 1

    A travel blog entry by peterleesa on Jun 21, 2015

    8 photos

    ... a swim in the Adriatic Sea. Soon after we pulled into the delightful seaside port of Bol, located on the island of Brac. It was quite late in the afternoon, so a quick walk along the sea wall was followed by a visit to an old shipping warehouse that that been converted to a winery. We did a wine tasting there and the wines were pretty impressive. The white wines are really easy drinking with lots of aromatic flavours. Most of the red wine is made ...

    Hm, malo informacija može biti lijepo!!!!!

    A travel blog entry by tashahowe on Nov 30, 2014

    10 comments, 141 photos

    ... Palace in Split). We took the car ferry over to Brač Island and got so lucky with some beautifully warm, balmy, stormy weather. We had lunch in Supetar and then drove to the other side of the island to our apartment in Bol, with a wonderful view of the darling harborside town.

    There is a very famous beach there. You can google “Zlatni Rat” to see google images aerial views, so you can see the V-shaped peninsula that has a beach on both sides of a ...

    Split and not a Cravat in sight

    A travel blog entry by chris-roisin on Sep 20, 2014

    2 comments, 19 photos

    Distance travelled: 216 nautical miles

    This morning we both arose after having a rather restless night. It is true that being at the extreme end of a Ship (in our case the aft), you can feel the movement of the ship. However, last night it was calm and the movement was nothing but a gentle swaying. The vibrations from the propellers is more noticeable but again, this wasn't the issue as this soon becomes unnoticeable as one becomes used to it. Even Heidi and her ...

    Topdeck Sailing Split to Dubrovnik

    A travel blog entry by kteam on Sep 05, 2014

    37 photos

    ... waters that we had been longing for. Once in port our Captain "Edo" took us for a walking tour where we saw the sights and were told of the importance of the town historically. Once back on the boat we enjoyed a traditional Croatian barbeque dinner and of course a few ore frothy, at this time Buffalo was also instituted for the entirety of the trip. (If you don't know it google it under drinking rules).

    During dinner tour leader Nic cautioned us that a night in Stari Grad ...

    Lazing on Hvar Island

    A travel blog entry by deolali on Sep 02, 2014

    7 photos

    ... are. Morning coffee stop was in the ancient town of Mali Ston, with its sea-salt drying pens and it's stone fortifications to keep out the baddies; and lunch was black seafood risotto coloured with squid ink at Drvenic, from where we caught the ferry to Hvar Island. The road between coffee and lunch entailed going through a 14 km stretch of Bosnia which meant 2 sets of border controls, but a quick stop at a supermarket and petrol station meant those who still had ...