Croatia is the land of "1000" islands. Among them stands Brac (Bratch), the third largest island nearest to Split, famous for its rugged beauty, olive orchards and vineyards. Brac is known all over the world for its stone, a mixture of limestone and marble, exported over many years to the rest of the world. It can be found in the White House in Washington D.C.

handsonthebeachBobovisca (Bobovishtcha) is a small settlement, by the sea, on the western part of Brac. Bobovisca is situated in a beautiful, scenic bay which splits in two coves, Bobovisca and Vicja Luka, Nestled in the bay of Vicja Luka sits Villa Clementine and Villa Philippa, overlooking breathtaking views of the surrounding bay. Vicja Luka is one of the most important historical sites with remains of Illyrian and Greek civilizations. There are approximately 100 inhabitants in Bobovisca, which lends itself to peaceful privacy, as well as small town charm and intimacy.

Home Description:

Villa Clementine and Villa Philippa are situated on top of a private beach with magnificent views of the bay. You are steps away from swimming, & sunbathing or your boat. The home has been constructed with original stone from the island. Every well-appointed room provides breathtaking views, as well as private decks for sunbathing, and private boat dock in front of Villa's for small or large craft, including water and electrical hookups.

Access to Bobovisca is achieved by flying into the Split (SPU) or Brac (BWK) airport, renting a car or taking a taxi to the Split ferry port (about 25 minutes). The ferries run approximately every two(2) hours and the approximate travel time between Split and Supertar-port on the island of Brac is 50 minutes. Then a short 15 minute drive to Bobovisca and you are here!


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