Villa Idyll

Milna, Brac IslandSleeps: 6 + 2From €945 per week
Villa Idyll
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  • Sleeps 6 + 2
  • 3 bedrooms
  • 2 bathrooms
  • Partial air-conditioning
  • Full sea view
  • Distance to beach: 100 metres
  • Distance to coast : 50 metres
  • Nearest restaurant: 200 metres

Lovely sea views from this green-shuttered cottage watching the boats in Milna on Brac island

What we say
The right name for this villa in the idyllic village of Milna! A climb of some 70 steps will reward you with sea view and tranquility
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  • 08.Jun.2019 - 28.Jun.2019
  • €1155
  • 29.Jun.2019 - 23.Aug.2019
  • €1393
  • 24.Aug.2019 - 30.Aug.2019
  • €1155
  • 31.Aug.2019 - 06.Sep.2019
  • €1155
  • 07.Sep.2019 - 28.Sep.2019
  • €945
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A refundable damage deposit of €300.00 is payable in cash on arrival

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  • 6 + 2 persons


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


  • 2 x Shower room

Cooling and heating

  • Partial air-conditioning


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


  • Garden
  • Terrace
  • Outside dining area
  • Barbecue


  • Onstreet parking


  • Full sea view
  • Plot area: 300 m2
  • Floor area: 130 m2


  • Nearest beach: 100 metres
  • Nearest coast: 50 metres
  • Nearest shop: 200 metres
  • Nearest restaurant: 200 metres
  • Nearest airport: 37 km (Brac)

Villa Idyll is a restored village cottage, refurbished in 2008. It is located in the very charming village of Milna on the island of Brac, and typically Dalmatian with its white facade, green shutters and beautiful stone walls, in the middle of a lush garden full of flowers and greenery. The villa has 170 square metres of living space and sits in a 300 square metres of garden, on an elevated position in the village. It has glorious views of the village marina and the sea. The villa has just one floor and is surrounded by a veranda which is accessed by a few steps. The villa is romantic and peaceful, but probably not suitable for small children and people with walking difficulties.

Villa Idyll - Milna


From the paved garden a few stone steps lead into the villa. To the side of the villa is a covered porch with an outdoor dining table and from the porch, a side door leads to a spacious and bright, tiled sitting/dining room with windows overlooking the sea, which is only 50 metres way, downhill. To one end of the sitting room is a sofa with chairs, satellite TV/DVD/music player and a dining table for 6-8 people. On the other end is a white kitchen with a breakfast bar, equipped with a cooker, fridge freezer, dishwasher, coffee machine, toaster, all cooking utensils, plates and glassware. The villa is air-conditioned, with one unit in the main living area and another in one of the bedrooms. A washing machine is also provided. A lovely second doorway opens up onto the large terrace facing the sea, which has an outdoor dining table for eight people. The villa has two bedrooms, one double and one twin. Both have wooden parquet flooring and wardrobes and chests for storage. In addition, there are two large modern shower rooms tiled in white and plenty of bathroom towels for guests.


Garden and terraces are very relaxing and inviting. The garden has rosemary, lavender, many pink and purple bougainvilleas, palm trees and wonderful old pines. From the garden and the terraces the view of the sea, the marina and the little town is lovely.

Additional Information

  • Parking is in the nearby harbour, with steps up to the villa
  • Pets are not admitted
  • Baby cot and high chair available on request

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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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