total surface area of 94.31 m2 (43.47 m2 ground floor, first floor 50.84 m2, 52.23 m2 plus loft), on a plot of 186 m2 in the attractive part of Milna with lots of greenery, peace, clean air, clear sea. Located just 200 meters from the beach and ACI Marina, about 400 meters from the center. The house is designed for two separate apartments, each has its own entrance.
Brac is an island in the Adriatic Sea within Croatia, with an area of 396 km², making it the largest island in Dalmatia, and the third largest in the Adriatic. Its tallest peak, Vidova Gora, or Mount St. Vid, stands at 778 m, making it the highest island point in the Adriatic. The island has a population of 13,000, living in numerous little towns, ranging from the main town Supetar, with more than 3,500 inhabitants, to Novo Selo, where only a dozen people live. Bol Airport on Brač is the largest airport of all islands surrounding Split.
Archaeological findings date the existence of human communities on the island back to the palaeolithic (in the Kopačina cave between Supetar and Donji Humac). Nevertheless, there are no traces of human habitation from the neolithic. In the Bronze Age and Iron Age, Illyrian tribes populated the inner parts of the island. Numerous villages existed at that time (but none of them survived).
In the 4th century BC Greek colonisation spread over many Adriatic islands and along the shore, but none of them on Brač. Nevertheless, Greeks visited the island and also traded with the Illyric tribes; Greek artifacts were found in the bay of Vičja near Ložišća. Brač lay on the crossroads of several trade routes from Salona (today Solin) to Issa (today Vis) and the Po River.
Other towns and villages on the island include Supetar, Bol, Škrip (the oldest village, from pre-Roman times), Pučišća, Splitska, Postira, Nerežišća, Donji Humac, Milna, Mirca, Murvica, Gornji Humac, Dol, Sutivan, Sumartin, Praznica, Povlja, Dračevica, Ložišća, Bobovišća na moru and many more.
Other places of interest are the Blaca hermitage and Drakonjina špilja.