One of the top beaches in Croatia, it is well hidden from the sea and to get there you either hike down to it or arrive by boat. The spectacular view, and calm waters, will reward you for your effort.
Looming high above the town, this medieval castle offers magnificent views down over Hvar and the Pakleni Islands. Well worth the climb up through the old town streets, you can also drive to the very top.
It takes about an hour to hike to this cave, located 3 miles west of Bol. Featuring reliefs believed to have been sculpted by an 15th-century friar, the carvings include angels, animals and a dragon. The cave can only be accessed on a guided tour.
Located on the island of Biševo, off Vis' southwestern tip, this coastal cave is one of the region's most famous natural sights. It’s best seen between 11am and noon, when the sun’s rays pass through an underwater opening.
Stretching from the harbour to the cathedral, this impressive square is one of the largest old squares in Dalmatia. The centre of the city’s public and social life, it is a lively and beautiful place to visit.
A gorgeous stone villa built into a seaside cliff, surrounded by trees and a short distance away from the centre of the authentic fishing village, Sumartin filled with a busy harbor, restaurants and cafes.
On the south side of Brac Island, this newly built villa sits right above the water with gorgeous views of the sparkling sea. While staying true to its historic surrounds, the 3-level stone structure is fitted with 5 luxury bedrooms and modern amenities. A perfect place to enjoy the coast of Croatia!
History fills the rooms of Villa Heraclea. Built in 1612 during the Baroque Period, Villa Heraclea is three floors of history and luxury completed with modern amenities. The fragrant Mediterranean garden calms in the relaxing outdoor spaces.
Croatia consists of innumerable islands, and one of the more delightful is the island of Vis. Here you'll discover the enchanting Villa Issa, with its generous upper and lower terraces overlooking the beach, tempered by the cool sea breezes and framed by aromatic citrus and olive trees.
Villa Bijela is a spectacular waterfront property, built on three levels and an outstanding example of modern Dalmatian architecture. This house is elegant and luxurious, using the finest materials, fabrics and furnishings. Every attention to detail has been carefully considered.
Located in a secluded bay on Brac, Villa Portico is built using the island's famous white stone, with elegant proportions and fine craftmanship. Choose your spot for enjoying the sun, lazing under the shady pines, soaking in the jacuzzi or dining by candlelight under the stars.
On one of Brac's exclusive headlands is Dvor na Moru, a luxurious villa built right above the water with picture perfect views of the sea and neighboring islands. This villa has spacious airy rooms opening onto extensive terraces, plus its own private waterfront and speedboat.
Cleverly adapted to its hillside site, this villa is perched right above the water with direct access to a pebble beach. Terraces on each level provide ample space to soak up the sun and admire the sweeping views of the bay from the island. This is a well appointed and delightful property that never fails to impress.