Villa Hybiscus

Near Milna, Brac IslandSleeps: 10
Villa Hybiscus
  • Sleeps 10
  • 5 bedrooms
  • 3 bathrooms
  • Mobile USB dongle (purchase locally)
  • Private pool
  • Pool size: 6 x 4 metres
  • Full sea view
  • Nearest restaurant: 2.0 km

Stylish eco villa with private pool and own sea bathing platform in a tranquil bay on Brac island

What we say
Cool, beautiful and smart villa, with sea views and beach, close to one of the prettiest villages on Brac, the fishing village of Milna


  • 10 persons


  • 5 x Double bedroom


  • 1 x Shower room
  • 1 x Ensuite Shower room
  • 1 x Ensuite Bathroom with shower and bath tub


  • Private pool
  • Pool size: 6 x 4 metres


  • Mobile USB dongle (purchase locally)

Cooling and heating

  • Wood burning stove or open fire


  • TV
  • DVD player
  • Bedlinen provided, weekly
  • Bath towels provided, weekly


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


  • Private parking for 2 cars


  • Full sea view


  • Nearest shop: 500 metres
  • Nearest restaurant: 2.0 km
  • Nearest airport: 39 km (Brac)

This eco-friendly, solar powered villa overlooks a sheltered and peaceful bay near the town of Milna on the Island of Brac. The villa is light, bright, airy and spacious. The property is designed for outdoor living with terraces flowing out to the pool and barbecue areas. The walled garden is enclosed and is planted with aromatic Mediterranean flora such as jasmine, lavender and rosemary. The garden features many secluded areas to relax. The villa is set only about 50 metres back from the shoreline and has access to a private bathing platform right by the sea.

The villa has been beautifully furnished and provides accommodation for up to 10 people, with 4 large double bedrooms, 3 bathrooms and a large open plan living/dining/kitchen area plus scope for two more persons in the garden cottage which has a further double bed (using one of the bathrooms in the main house).

Villa Hybiscus is located in a quiet bay three kilometres from the attractive harbour town of Milna on the Dalmatian island of Brac, a beautiful unspoilt island close to the mainland and the fascinating city of Split. Milna offers a range of restaurants, cafes and bars, a local farmers market, shops and a supermarket The island's coastline is studded with villages built from the local white stone (a wing of the White House in Washington is built from the same stone). Inland, there are some charming old villages nestling between olive groves and vineyards. Sandy and pebbly beaches are everywhere and the spectacular beach in the little town of Bol, called the Golden Horn, is deemed to be one of the most beautiful in the world.

The island of Brac is easily accessible by ferry from Split, which goes round the clock during the summer season, and several times a day during the rest of the year. Low cost airlines (easyJet, German Wings, Scanjet and Flybe), British Airways and Croatia Airlines fly directly to Split. Split itself is full of antiquities, markets, galleries, restaurants, clubs and is famous for the palace of the Roman emperor Diocletian. It is well worth a visit. Superb local fresh fish and locally produced meat and wine are memorable and watersports are available. The climate is mild all year round, with over 300 days of sunshine. The sea is warm, clear and unpolluted, and everyone swims in it. This is an ideal holiday destinations for families, teenagers and adults.

Villa Hybiscus - near Milna


Ground Floor

Spacious open plan living area with kitchen, sitting room and a dining table. The comfortable and light lounge is equipped with a wide screen TV and DVD and has an open fireplace for winter warmth and atmosphere. Large glass doors lead out onto spacious terraces and the pool area which blur the distinction between indoor and outdoor. The kitchen is equipped with an oven, refrigerator and dishwasher. Also on the ground floor is a double bedroom with sea view and a bathroom with shower and WC. 

First Floor

The upper floor offers three double bedrooms and two bathrooms (one bathroom with shower and toilet and one en suite with shower, bath and toilet). All rooms and the gallery have access to balconies with spectacular sea views and/or garden views. Stone and marble floors, high ceilings, comfortable furniture and tasteful art paintings complete this home. In the grounds of the villa is a small cottage which provided accommodation for two people. This cottage has no bathroom and uses a bathroom in the main house.


Ample terrace space with outdoor furniture, sun loungers and sun umbrellas and a BBQ area. The swimming pool is 6 metres x 4 metres. Kayaks are provided free of charge to enable you to explore the bay and visit local beaches. The garden is 600 square metres and fully walled. There is parking space for two cars. It is a short walk to the beach and bathing platform.

Additional Information

  • House introduction and special explanation of all amenities at the villa
  • Bed linen and towels and beach towels provided
  • Baby cot available
  • Maid service on request
  • Pool cleaning
  • Babysitting, laundry, housekeeping, catering available upon request
  • Private boat mooring in Duboka Bay

Carbon footprint

The Villa is one in a solar powered community in Duboka Bay designed to preserve the environment. The villa has a small environmental footprint with solar power and generator back up. The generator has to be used for large appliances such as the oven and dishwasher. The villa is not air conditioned electric fans are provided

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Milna is the safest harbour on the island of Brac, for centuries welcoming sailors and yachtsmen coming from Split across the sea and now boasting two excellent marinas. It is on the north-west side of the island, 18km from Supetar where the Split ferry lands. The substantial village is centred around a huge bay with a very charming harbour full of yachts and fishing boats. Smart cafes and restaurants line the harbour and there are good bakeries, shops and market. A few minutes away are several beaches you can reach on foot. Typical Mediterranean stone cottages with red roofs give Milna its classical charm, and there is also a Baroque church with paintings of Venetian masters, worth seeing. There are some great villas with pools right in Milna town, and a bit further out of town are the Osibova, Lucica and Duboka Bays where you will find grand new villas perching on the seashore among pine woodland. Nearby Bobovišća village is also great to visit, with new luxurious villas as well. Water sports such as scuba-diving, sailing or fishing are available. In the summer Milna hosts a few summer fetes with song and dancing in the harbour, and a very popular “Fisherman’s Night” where you get traditional local food and music in the streets

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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