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Building land close to sea for sale, Milna, Brac island

€75,000
Sale | Locations: Brac, Milna | 500 lot size | beds
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Building land close to sea for sale, Milna, Brac island

(L-B-M-5V)

Building land close to sea for sale, Milna, Brac island has a land plot of 500 m2 and is a part of a larger land of 2950 m2 which can be bought as one unit for 442.500€. It is possible to begin construction immediately. It also has a detailed urbanization plan and is located on the edge of a building zone. Plot is situated in a peaceful part of Milna village, has sea view and is only about 160 meters from the seafront. Nearby, in center of Milna, which is about 600 meters away, are restaurants, shops, cafes etc.

Milna is a village and municipality on the western side of the island of Brač, Split-Dalmatia County, Croatia. The village has a population of 833.

It is situated in a deep bay oriented towards the island of Mrduja and Split Channel, on the west.The village was settled in the 16th century, by sheppards from Nerežišća.

Milna is known for the Chakavian dialect being spoken here, the only part of the island where this is the case.

Milna was attacked during the Battle of the Dalmatian channels on November 14 1991, the only settlement on Brač that has been directly attacked during the Croatian War of Independence.

The Brac island is Croatia’s third largest island and the largest island in Dalmatia, located in the center of this Dalmatian region. Not only is it the largest island in central Dalmatia, it is also the highest island of all islands in the Adriatic with the highest peak at Vidova Gora where it reaches 778 meters. It is not problematic to reach the top, either by car or by hiking if you are looking for a bit more active vacation, and when you get there you are free to enjoy the view over to the Zlatni Rat Beach on Brac, Hvar island and others. The weather is very sunny on Brac, with around 2700 hours of sun per year. There is a couple of resorts to visit on Brac, such as Supetar, Bol ( the home to the spectacular beach Golden Horn and one of the most famous in the Adriatic), Sutivan, Milna and Sumartin.

If you want to know more about Brac, click here: Brac.

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