Villa Midea

Stjepana Radica 2, Supetar, Brac, 21400, Croatia | 4 star villa
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This 4 star villa is located on Stjepana Radica 2, Supetar.
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    Travel Blogs from Supetar

    First big race

    A travel blog entry by briananddianne on May 01, 2014

    3 comments, 5 photos

    ... issued by the race control described the weather as "moody"? All the boats headed out to the start line with their huge blue lagoon flags flying. The first race was about ten miles to the bottom end of the island of Brac. All the boats where very aggressive at the start, some using their motors to improve their position, even though the race control only allowed the use of motors for safety reasons. We finished up being caught in the wrong position and had to tack away ...

    Supetar

    A travel blog entry by njkeys on Aug 08, 2013

    2 comments, 6 photos

    ... absorbed that we were a little confused when another tourist couple started waving enthusiastically towards us. It took us a good moment until we realised the boat had disappeared- it was heading for the bay! At which point charlie ran down the coast like Mitch from bay watch, dived into the water and boarded. When he returned, we reeled in the line to find the hook missing.   We are going out 2night for some drinks and then we are going to pack. See you all when we get ...

    Split Personalities

    A travel blog entry by oldagetraveller on Sep 18, 2012

    1 comment, 32 photos

    ... The interior of the palace is the size of a small town, and has in fact actually become a small town. Many of the buildings remain intact, converted for other purposes, many have been rebuilt on the original Roman bases, and only a few have disappeared.

    Split personality number two: Diocletian (Gaius Aurelius Valerius Diocletianus Augustus) was born in Dalmatia to a family of low status. However, having no spots ...

    Transition to Brac

    A travel blog entry by jenny.fisher on May 07, 2012

    3 photos

    ... our GPS to find our accommodation. It keeps leading us to one way streets going the wrong way and then dead ends that lead nowhere. We are about to dump it in the sea. We pull over at the petrol station, yes we are back there again. It's next to the tourist office which is closed- it shuts at 3.30pm!! There is a big map on a wall. We find the street we are looking for. The trouble is there are no street signs. There is no way we can get ourselves to this place. ...

    Azimut

    A travel blog entry by tomandscherie on Sep 17, 2011

    3 comments, 103 photos

    ... moored up in little bays along the coast line. Lots of laying up on the top deck in the sun reading (I know I should have been blogging but the glare on the screen was too much) chatting and taking in the sights. Todays port of call is the Island of Korcula known for its outstanding cultural and historical heritage and long tradition of seafaring, shipbuilding and stone masonry. Locals believe that this Island is the birth place of Marco Polo so the whole island ...