You can reach Marina Vlaska by calling VHF17.
Marina Vlaska or Port Vlaska is hosted by the village of Milna, on the Northern side of the Milna Bay and the Western side of the island of Brač. Milna was called by the Venetians “Valle di mille navi” (the bay of a thousand ships) and is the perfect destination for the tourists who are
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Marina Vlaska is located in Brac Island.
The biggest island in Dalmatia, Brac, is a perfect getaway for a relaxing holiday. This mountainous island is immersed in a beautiful and relaxing scenery. No matter where you stay on the island Brac, you are bound to be surrounded by beauty. Moreover, the marinas in Brac are among the best in Croatia.
The ports and marinas on the Brac Island are well-equipped with all the facilities you might need. We can help you book berths in Brac in several locations. The best marinas in Brac in our portfolio include ACI Marina Milna, Marina Vlaska, Yacht Club Milna. For a fast berth booking at the harbors in Brac, reach out to us and we will look for the best marina reservations in Brac based on your preferences.
If you sail in this part of the Mediterranean, the harbors in Brac are a perfect anchorage point and you can take advantage of their safe shelter and enjoy the island's attractions all the while.
Brac can be your holiday destination or a choice for a day trip. There are many connections to and from the island. In less than an hour, you can get to Split or Makarska.
The beaches on the island are a good reason to come here. The most popular ones are located in the Southern part of the island, they are vast and covered with the finest pebble. Near Bol, you can find the splendid beach of Zlatni Rat, ideal for swimming. Near the Murvica village, there are other options to choose from. Another good idea is to go to Povlja where there are other beautiful beaches. In the north, the scenery is rockier and here you can find several beaches as well. But the highlight of this area is Lovrecina, the island's sole sandy beach.
A peculiar attraction of this island are its submarine pens. This area was used by the military back in the days of the Yugoslavian state. Nowadays, tourists swim inside these pens located in the bays of Kruscica, Smrka and Maslinova.
Highly appreciated for its complex scenery that combines mountains, beaches, and vast areas covered by vegetation, Hvar is also a good place for hiking. The difficult degree of the trails you can try here varies from relaxing strolls in pine forests to challanging climbing quests. By the way, if rock climbing is your passion, you can try the crags at Lozisca to test your abilities.
The island Brac has some tourist gem's you shouldn't miss. Once you book a berth in Brac for your vessel, start making plans for each day of your stay because there are many things to see. The small village of Skrip is a perfect choice for a relaxing day far from the busy coast. Skrip's old houses made of stone, its museum of history located in a 16th century tower and the Museum of Olive Oil will keep you busy. The largest town on the island is Supetar, located in the North. The biggest attraction of the town is the Supetar cemetery, with its large number of sculpted monuments.
Pucisca is another good location for sightseeing. The landmark of the town is its Stonemasonry School. The marble buildings are a symbol of the island and, this school teaches students the ancient craft of marble stonework. The marble from this island was also used to build the famous Diocletian Palace in Split.
Bol is also famous among tourists, offering a comprehensive range of services including accommodation, restaurants, bars, shops. A tranquil town, with beautiful churches, parks and a superb waterfront view, Bol is famous for its long promenade to Zlatni Rat Beach. The Dragon's Cave near Bol is a site worth seeing: The cave's walls are believed to be sculpted in the 15th century and a dragon is carved on them, among other symbols.
The island is also popular for its hermitage sites which can be admired in the mountains, at altitudes of 300 meters.
The local cuisine is based on fresh, tasty ingredients. Some of the highlights of Brac's gastronomy are the sheep cheese, the dishes based on lamb meat and, of course, the popular olive oil. The restaurants on the island vary in price, menu and décor, but what characterizes all of them is the welcoming and friendly approach. Some of the places you should choose for a genuine dining experience are Mali Raj (in Bol), Terrace Cicco (near Bol), Kala (in Povlja), Agroturizam Margera (in Dol), Kopacina (in Donji Humac).
Another attraction for gourmands and fun-lovers are the wineries in Brac. The island has a fine reputation for wine making. The most popular types of grapes cultivated here are Plavac Mali and Posip. Some of the wineries where you can indulge in a memorable wine tasting tour are Hrvoje Bakovic (Murvica), Stina (Bol), Senjkovic Winery (Nerezisca), Vinoteka Dionis (near Omis).
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