Villa Bolero

Bol, Brac IslandSleeps: 8 + 2From €1750 per week
Villa Bolero
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  • Sleeps 8 + 2
  • 4 bedrooms
  • 3 bathrooms
  • Fully air-conditioned
  • WiFi
  • private pool
  • Full sea view
  • Distance to beach: 5 metres
  • Distance to coast : 5 metres
  • Nearest restaurant: 200 metres

A superb luxury villa, top beach location, coastal promenade takes you to the centre of gorgeous Bol

What we say
One of the best villas, we love it. Utterly charming and comfortable, luxuruious, in the best location for sports, wellness and summer fun
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  • 20.Apr.2019 - 24.May.2019
  • €1750
  • 25.May.2019 - 14.Jun.2019
  • €2800
  • 15.Jun.2019 - 28.Jun.2019
  • €4200
  • 29.Jun.2019 - 31.Aug.2019
  • €5950
  • 01.Sep.2019 - 14.Sep.2019
  • €4200
  • 15.Sep.2019 - 31.Oct.2019
  • €1750
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A refundable damage deposit of €500.00 is payable in cash on arrival

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  • 8 + 2 persons


  • 2 x Double bedroom
  • 2 x Twin bedroom
  • 1 x Double sofa bed in living room


  • 1 x Separate wc
  • 1 x Bathroom with shower and bath tub
  • 2 x Ensuite Bathroom with shower and bath tub


  • private pool


  • WiFi

Cooling and heating

  • Fully air-conditioned


  • TV
  • DVD player
  • Bedlinen provided, weekly
  • Bath towels provided, weekly
  • Washing machine
  • Iron


  • Terrace
  • Balcony
  • Outside dining area
  • Barbecue
  • Beach towels provided


  • Private parking for 3 cars


  • Floor area: 200 m2


  • Nearest beach: 5 metres
  • Nearest coast: 5 metres
  • Nearest shop: 200 metres
  • Nearest restaurant: 200 metres
  • Nearest airport: 14 km (Brac)

This is a beautiful private villa, hidden in a garden full of Mediterranean flowers, with a gate onto the coastal promenade lined with palm trees, and by a lovely beach just a few metres below the villa. It has that coveted position of being in the first line to the sea, but it is also a couple of hundred metres away from the lively town of Bol, full of cafes, restaurants, shops in charming streets and nightlife. The town and the Golden Horn beach are world famous and are centre of excellence for water sports. The villa has been renovated to a very high standard. This villa really has everything going for it. Also see the  wonderful mainland towns of Split, Trogir and Makarska or do a day trip to Hvar island. Meander through olive groves of Brac island, visitinng the stunning villages of Milna, Postira, Skrip, Splitska, Supetar, Sumartin and Sutivan, for unforgettable memories.  Ride your bikes past vineyards and quiet coves, rent a canoe, live the Adriatic way!

Villa Bolero - Bol


The villa comprises of 200 square metres of living space and is arranged on two floors.

Ground floor

The open plan ground floor area has wonderful, warm oak flooring throughout, with some oriental rugs. A few inside walls are finished in the famous Brac stone, which gives this villa its local, somewhat rustic, but unmistakably modern feel. French doors open out onto a gorgeous terrace with the outdoor dining table and the view of the sea. The spacious sitting area has a corner sofa which can pull out into a double bed. A few nice pieces of antique furniture decorate the room, and here is also satellite TV/DVD/CD player and wireless internet access. The kitchen and dining area are sleek and modern, with plain lines of the dining table and benches looking attractive against the more classical sitting room. The kitchen has plain pale oak furniture, refrigerator with freezer, stove with four ceramic hotplates, oven, hood, toaster, coffee maker, electric kettle, blender and excellent cooking utensils, plates and glassware. Washing machine, iron and ironing board are in a separate utility room with a WC.

First floor

There are four double bedrooms on the first floor. Lovely oak flooring and cream coloured walls make the bedrooms pleasant, light and relaxing, with an amazing view of the sea and pine trees. Two bedrooms have double beds, and two have twin beds. Two bedrooms have en-suite bathrooms, and the other two bedrooms share a bathroom. They are provided with excellent bed linen and plenty of towels. The bathrooms are very attractive and look equally modern and rustic.


The villa sits in a garden surrounded by pine trees and thick oleander bushes, with vibrant white, pink and red colours. The swimming pool is in a sunny position, surrounded by a stone sunbathing patio withy deck chairs, umbrellas and pool towels. The barbecue and outdoor dining set are provided, and the garden also has other good quality outdoor furniture. There is parking for three cars in the grounds of the villa. Through the green garden hedge you can glimpse the sea which is just a few steps away!

Karolina, Sweden
The villa was excellent. It was spacious, clean and well maintained. The WiFi was helpful to keep three teenage children occupied. The swimming pool was cleaned regularly and provided a much needed way of cooling down in the excessive heat. The villa was convenient for the town centre, restaurants and supermarket. Although the sea was extremely close to the back gate, it was a little tricky to access given the rather rocky nature of the seafront. I did, however, make it into the sea for an early morning swim on a couple of occasions.

We mostly ate in the villa venturing out only twice for an evening meal. Both restaurants were both very pleasant with good food at a very reasonable price.
RR, Oxford, UK
On the southern side of the island of Brac, Bol has examples of 15th and 17th century architecture but is best known for its famous beach, Zlatni Rat, or Golden Horn, a shingle spit stretching out over 600 metres into the sea. A focal point for water sports, Bol offers opportunities for scuba diving, wind surfing,. A delightful promenade shaded by pine trees runs from Bol town to the Golden Horn beachBol is a lively tourist centre with a charming old town around the harbour. Bol is arguably the most beautiful town on the magical island of Brac. Stone cottages, village squares and palazzos surround the harbour and a small marina. Further along the promenade world class new villas nestle close to one of the most famous beaches in the world, Zlatni Rat (Golden Horn). Bol has many other beaches and a very vibrant day and night life. Numerous cafes and restaurants line the harbour and can be found in the narrow streets of the old town. In summer, there are art shows, concerts, theatres and sporting events, as well as discos and nightclubs. Bol is ideal for sporty types and you can play mini football, volleyball, basketball, hire bikes, go hiking and free climbing. Bol is famous for water sports like scuba diving and windsurfing , paragliding, wake boarding and being towed behind speedboats on inflatable donuts and bananas and much more. It is a windsurfing paradise. For the fittest, there is a trip up the mountain Vidova Gora to visit the monastery and the Dragon's cave.

Island of Brac

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 minute 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 Jadrolinija 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 arriving 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.

If travelling to Brac from the Dubrovnik direction it is preferable to take the ferry crossing from Makarska to Sumartin. The service is less frequent than the Split/Supetar crossing and it is essential to check the timetable on the Jadrolinija website.

Split Airport

Split Airport is located to the west of Split close to the town of Trogir. It is 20 minutes drive from the airport to the ferry port in Split.
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