Skrip, Brac, Hvar and Korcula Islands

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Three new off-plan luxury villas on the island of Brac.



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Skrip Development Plans


The development site is located on the edge of the built up area of Skrip with views over countryside and the channel between Brac and the mainland. The site will be divided into three plots with each plot providing a single villa, swimming pool and covered terraces.

North View from Site East View from Site

The villas will be built using local materials and designed to blend with the traditional architecture of the area and the surrounding natural environment. External walls will be built of local stone. Brac building stone is renowned throughout Croatia and beyond. The White House in Washington DC was built with stone shipped from Brac. Internally stone will also be used for certain walls and for features such as fireplaces.

North West View from Site

Kitchens will be fully fitted with all appliances. Downstairs, floors will be of stone or tiles and upstairs the bedroom floors will be wood and the bathrooms tiled. A feature of the villas will be the outside covered terraces providing shade and an area for barbecuing.

Swimming pools will be provided with solar heating and the whole of the garden area will be planted and landscaped. Boundary walls will be constructed from stone in the local style.




You can spend a day climbing the highest mountain on Brac, called Vidova Gora, which is full of Mediterranean herbs and wild asparagus in the spring. On the mountain is a 16th century hermitage monastery in the place called Blaca, and “Dragon’s Cave” with strange natural rock shapes. The mountain even has a proper desert!

All over Brac lovely towns and villages are dotted around, and you can hop over to the nearby Sumartin which is a charming village with more lovely beaches to try.

On the northern side of the island the key town is Supetar, where the ferry from the mainland Split lands, and can take you all the way to Bol. Also visit the charming village of Splitska, with a crytal clear bay and white houses dotted among the orange and lemon groves.

Bol harbour
Pretty Bol harbour


Bol, the best known and the oldest coastal town on the south coast of Brac island is characterised by a lovely little fishing harbour and narrow cobbled streets with typical Mediterranean stone- built houses and town squares and piazzas, shops, markets and many restaurants and cafes by the sea. Many sandy beaches are scattered all around Bol and it is equally lovely for families, teenagers and adults. Nightlife is lively and you can eat out late as well as visit discos and night clubs. Concerts of pop and classical music are frequent and it is also a centre of excellence for sport.

It is worth visiting the 15th century Dominican monastery which houses a painting “Madonna and Child” by the famous Venetian painter Tintoretto, as well as many archaeological and naval objects. There are also remains of Roman baths, early Christian monuments an 11th century church, medieval and baroque palaces, and art galleries and antique shops.

Bol Monastery
Bol Dominican Monastery

The Golden Horn: Bol has the most famous beach in Croatia, The Golden Horn (Zlatni Rat) which is known all over the world, an intriguing strip of sand and small pebbles jutting out into the sea, with the shady background of scented pine trees. The beach is excellent for all water sports and wind surfing is particularly successful.

Golden Horn
Golden Horn beach

Bol offers the greatest variety of sports on Brac:

  • Tennis - there are 20 tennis courts a big tennis stadium with 1820 seats, and in the summer it has a tennis tournament WTA Croatian Bol Tennis Open, as well as the Adriatic Riviera tournament.
  • Windsurfing - very best place in Croatia, with excellent wind conditions. All other water sports are represented and Scuba diving schools available for all levels.
  • Football, volleyball, basketball, cycling and extreme sports are all represented, such as trekking and free climbing. Paintball is available on Vidova Gora, the highest mountain on all of the Croatian islands with fantastic views, walks, and a restaurant in the summer.
  • Rafting is a popular activity as well with excursions organized from Supetar.

Beach on Brac
Beach on Brac


A picture postcard village, with its famous stone mason school which still teaches craftsmen how to produce beautiful stone architecture – gothic Venetian style windows, pillars, rosettas which are sought after by world architects. The White House in Washington is made from this famously white Brac stone. Situated around a sheltered harbour, has a character defined by its fine stone buildings set in terraces on the steep hillside. Here young stone masons are trained and can be seen practising their skills at The School of Stone Masons on the harbour front.



The town of Splitska, is one of the most attractive communities on the island, situated around a sheltered harbour, full of old houses surrounded by palms and orange and lemon trees.

Houses in Splitska harbour
Houses in Splitska harbour




The simplest connection to the island is to fly to Split and take the regular ferry crossings from Split ferry port to Supetar on Brac. The ferry port is a 25 minutes drive from Split airport. The ferry (car or foot passenger) takes 45 minutes and there are regular crossings during the summer. A bus service from Split airport to the ferry port in Split is also available.

The ferry timetable for the Jadrolinja line from Split to Supetar on the island of Brac can be found on the Jadrolinija website. Cars can be hired at Split Airport. They can also be hired on arrival at Supetar from local firm MB Renta on the harbour front. Scooters and bicycles can also be rented. The local bus company, Autotrans, runs buses several times a day between the principal towns on the island. Timetables can be found on the Autotrans website

There is also a regular car ferry service from Makarska on the mainland directly to Sumartin at the south east end of the island (see Jadrolinija website for sailing schedule and prices). This crossing is convenient if ariving from the direction of Dubrovnik. There is also a passenger ferry service to Brac running four days a week from Split directly to the town of Milna. Details also on the Jadrolinija website.

Brac has its own small airport near the town of Bol. Light aircraft can fly into this airport and there are connections from Split airport. Information on the Brac airport website.

Split Airport

EasyJet flies from London-Gatwick, London-Stansted, Bristol, Amsterdam, Berlin, Paris, Geneva, Basel, Milan and Rome. German Wings flies to Split from London-Stansted, Berlin, Cologne, Dresden, Stuttgart, Munich, Zurich, Faro, Lisbon, Barcelona, Copenhagen, Prague, Vienna and Tel Aviv. Croatia Airlines flies to Split from London-Heathrow, London-Gatwick, Paris, Brussels, Lisbon, Zurich, Frankfurt, Hamburg, Munich, Oslo, Stockholm, Helsinki and Barcelona. Scandjet flies directly to Split from Stockholm and Gothenborg. Lufthansa fly from Dusseldorf, Frankfurt, Hamburg and Munich. Intersky fly from Fredrichshafen. Wizzair fly direct from London-Luton. Check the Split airport website for details of all flights to the airport.

Split Airport is 20 minutes drive to the ferry port in Split. Cars can be hired at Split Airport from the usual international car hire companies. For travellers with some time to spare, a few hours in Split provides the chance to visit Diocletian's Palace in the centre of Split

Contact us if you would like us to obtain a quote from our recommended local car hire provider in Split/Split airport.