Escape to Villa Tin:
The Ultimate
Luxury Retreat on
the Island of Brač

Escape to Villa Tin:
The Ultimate
Luxury Retreat on
the Island of Brač

Escape to Villa Tin:
The Ultimate
Luxury Retreat on
the Island of Brač

Escape to Villa Tin:
The Ultimate
Luxury Retreat on
the Island of Brač

Villa Tin provides comfortable accommodation for 6 people in 135 m² of internal space and 100 m² of terraces. From the living room there is an open passage to the terraces and pool. It is built in traditional dalmatian architectural style, and the basic material used in external decoration is famous Brač stone, while the horticulture decorated with traditional plants and lawn. In front of the villa are two covered parking.

Villa Tin provides comfortable accommodation for 6 people in 135 m² of internal space and 100 m² of terraces. From the living room there is an open passage to the terraces and pool. It is built in traditional dalmatian architectural style, and the basic material used in external decoration is famous Brač stone, while the horticulture decorated with traditional plants and lawn. In front of the villa are two covered parking.

Villa is build on two floors. Ground floor: kitchen, dining room with a large table, living room (40 m²), 1 bedroom (12.5 m²) with bathroom and shower (5 m²) and separate toilet (4 m²), outdoor terrace with sundeck 100m2. Floor: 2 bedrooms (18 m² / 17 m²) and two bathrooms with showers (5 m² / 7m²), 2 terrace (11.5 m² / 6m²). Outdoor pool 4 x10, 40 m²

Villa is build on two floors. Ground floor: kitchen, dining room with a large table, living room (40 m²), 1 bedroom (12.5 m²) with bathroom and shower (5 m²) and separate toilet (4 m²), outdoor terrace with sundeck 100m2. Floor: 2 bedrooms (18 m² / 17 m²) and two bathrooms with showers (5 m² / 7m²), 2 terrace (11.5 m² / 6m²). Outdoor pool 4 x10, 40 m²

Villa Tin is located in the picturesque and oldest settlement on the island of Brač at the very end of Škrip on a hill, so you have a great open view to the sea, Split, Omiš and Makarska area (251m asl). Škrip is a traditional Dalmatian small village built from stones, with only 200 inhabitants.

To make our guests stay in Škrip as comfortable as possible we have equipped our villas with all necessary equipment and carefully decorated the interior and exterior.

They are ideal for guests to enjoy the intimacy and relaxing atmosphere away from the noise, yet only a few kilometers away from the cultural and administrative center of the island, from Supetar.

In order to protect the privacy of our guests both villas are rented as a standalone unit with a garden, terrace and private pool.

Villa Tin is located in the picturesque and oldest settlement on the island of Brač at the very end of Škrip on a hill, so you have a great open view to the sea, Split, Omiš and Makarska area (251m asl). Škrip is a traditional Dalmatian small village built from stones, with only 200 inhabitants.

To make our guests stay in Škrip as comfortable as possible we have equipped our villas with all necessary equipment and carefully decorated the interior and exterior.

They are ideal for guests to enjoy the intimacy and relaxing atmosphere away from the noise, yet only a few kilometers away from the cultural and administrative center of the island, from Supetar.

In order to protect the privacy of our guests both villas are rented as a standalone unit with a garden, terrace and private pool.

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TYPE OF ACCOMMODATION: Holiday villa

LOCATION: ŠKRIP – island Brač

CATEGORY: 4 stars

NUMBER OF BEDROOMS: 3

MAX NUMBER OF GUESTS: 6 + 2 extra beds

NUMBER OF BATHROOM WITH TOILET: 3

ADDITIONAL TOILET: 1

POOL: YES

DISTANCE FROM THE SEA: 4 km

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Price list

Amenities in Villa Tin

  • Comfortable weekly accommodation for 6 people
  • WI-FI
  • Use of all facilities in the villa
  • Water, electricity, gas
  • Towels, 4 pieces per person (different sizes)
  • Weekly change of linen
  • Final cleaning
  • The tourist tax
  • Tax
  • Fully equipped modern kitchen: oven, electric hob, cooker hood, electric kettle, blender, dishwasher
  • Washing machine
  • TV in every room
  • Basic accident insurance
  • The staff at the villa
  • Daily cleaning
  • Communication Services
  • Personal expenses
  • Travel insurance

Security deposit of 500 EUR will be required upon arrival for possible damages. The security deposit will be fully refunded on departure day, if no damage is done to Property or its content.

Check-in / Check-out
VILLA DINO: CHECK OUT SATURDAY to 10.00, CHECK-IN AFTER 16.00

Equipment: dishwasher, oven, hob, hood, water heater, blender, hand blender, fridge with freezer, washing machine, a smaller LCD televisions in each bedroom, large TV in the living room, MAX TV, steam iron, ironing board, free Internet, sun loungers by the pool, outdoor furniture, outdoor big stop to eat, outdoor gas grill.

For each guest are provided 4 towels, 1 large for the pool, and three different sizes for the bathroom.

In houses equipped modern system of heating and cooling through heat pumps and fan coils, so that the house can be used all year round.

The houses are furnished with quality furniture custom-made to provide maximum comfort to every guest.

Location

  • Beach – 4 km
  • Larger place
    • Supetar 7 km
    • Postira 5 km
  • Pharmacy
    • Supetar – 7 km
    • Postira – 5 km
  • Post Office – Supetar and Postira
  • Police – Supetar
  • Doctor – Supetar – 7 km
  • Little Shop – 100m
  • Supermarket – Supetar – 7 km
  • Filing station – Supetar
  • Split airport – 40 km, with Transport
  • Brač Airport – 15 km
    • Beach – 4 km
    • Larger place
      • Supetar 7 km
      • Postira 5 km
    • Pharmacy
      • Supetar – 7 km
      • Postira – 5 km
    • Post Office – Supetar and Postira
    • Police – Supetar
    • Doctor – Supetar – 7 km
    • Little Shop – 100m
    • Supermarket – Supetar – 7 km
    • Filing station – Supetar
    • Split airport – 40 km, with Transport
    • Brač Airport – 15 km

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      • The property manager is registered for VAT.
      • Payment immediately upon arrival on the first day of the use of the accommodation, or with the travel agency.
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      • The property manager is registered for VAT.
      • Payment immediately upon arrival on the first day of the use of the accommodation, or with the travel agency.
      • Book of complaints, suggestions and commendations is on the dresser in the living room.
      • The house rules and the important phone numbers are on the dresser in the living room.

      Island of Brač

      Brač is the largest Dalmatian island. It is about 40 km long and an average width of 12 km. With a total area of 395 km 2 is the third largest island in the Adriatic. The sunniest Adriatic area with over 2,700 hours of sunshine a year and the summer 9-12, in winter over four hours a day.

      The average summer temperature is 23.8 C and 8.6 C in winter is characterized by all the typical Mediterranean features: long, hot and dry summers and short, mild winters.

      On Brač are now 22 villages and 12 settlements and 5 abandoned hamlets. Brač is very well connected to the mainland, and the whole of Europe. All coastal sites on island are connected with Split by daily ferry connections (ferries, catamarans), and ferry traffic Split – Supetar and Makarska – Sumartin several times a day. Brač is also associated with aircraft Zagreb and Split, the airport receives aircraft from all parts of Europe.

      Today is considered that Brač is an ancient Illyrian name of one of the noblest animal – deer (in Illyrian Brento, in Greek Elephos) so Brač in history was recorded as Brentis or Elaphusa.

      The oldest settlement on Brač is picturesque Škrip where is situated the Island of Brač Museum. The oldest coastal village is Bol, ancient capital is Nerežišća whilst current capital city is Supetar. The Patron Saint of the island of Brač is St George which on the island’s emblem is shown when killing the dragon. Among historical sketches, the cave Kopačina near Donji Humac shall be emphasized. There were found prehistoric remains that prove the human presence in this area, more than 30 000 years old.

      Brač is really an ideal island for enjoying in beaches and beautiful coastline. Countless are hidden inlets dispersed along the whole island which with their natural features and clean sea attract bathers from around the world.

      Along the cattle breeding, fishing, olives and vines, one of the major activities in the island’s is stone carving.With Brač stone were built numerous buildings; in ancient times, Diocletian’s Palace in Split, and in more recent years, the White House in Washington.

      Stone “delicacy”

      The stone constructions near Nerežišća on the island of Brač are an unusual natural phenomenon that forms an arch in the middle of a fertile valley. This interesting destination offers a two-hour walk and great opportunities for photography. The path to the stones passes by the Church of St. James and the Chapel of St. Lucy in the southwest direction. This natural beauty should not be missed during a visit to Brač.

      Stone “delicacy”

      The stone constructions near Nerežišća on the island of Brač are an unusual natural phenomenon that forms an arch in the middle of a fertile valley. This interesting destination offers a two-hour walk and great opportunities for photography. The path to the stones passes by the Church of St. James and the Chapel of St. Lucy in the southwest direction. This natural beauty should not be missed during a visit to Brač.

      The Dragon’s Cave”

      When visiting the Dragon’s Cave on the island of Brač, be prepared for a challenging hike to get there. Take a rugged vehicle up an extremely steep road and discover the true pastoral life of the region. On your way to the cave, visit the ruins of an old modest monastery. Upon arrival at the cave, you’ll encounter its mystical beauty and an engraved wall in the shape of a dragon’s head, which gave the cave its name.

      The Dragon’s Cave”

      When visiting the Dragon’s Cave on the island of Brač, be prepared for a challenging hike to get there. Take a rugged vehicle up an extremely steep road and discover the true pastoral life of the region. On your way to the cave, visit the ruins of an old modest monastery. Upon arrival at the cave, you’ll encounter its mystical beauty and an engraved wall in the shape of a dragon’s head, which gave the cave its name.

      The Vidova Mountain

      At 778 meters above sea level, Vidova gora, offers breathtaking views of neighboring islands and the famous Golden Cape, the most beautiful beach in Dalmatia. As you make your way to the summit, you’ll be enchanted by the fragrant scent of medicinal herbs and the many varieties of black pine that surround you. Explore this stunning natural wonder and experience the beauty of Brač Island like never before.

      The Vidova Mountain

      At 778 meters above sea level, Vidova gora, offers breathtaking views of neighboring islands and the famous Golden Cape, the most beautiful beach in Dalmatia. As you make your way to the summit, you’ll be enchanted by the fragrant scent of medicinal herbs and the many varieties of black pine that surround you. Explore this stunning natural wonder and experience the beauty of Brač Island like never before.

      The hermitage of Blaca

      The hermitage of Blaca is a beautiful monastery chiselled in a cliff from the 16th century.It was built by the Glagolitic priests while running away from the Turks. There is a churchinside the monastery built in the Reneissance manner, an observatory with a large telescope, a rich library,a collection of watches, a rich collection of ancient weapons, a small printingroom, school which was active till 1963. To sum it up, Blaca is a first class historical monument well worth seeing.

      The hermitage of Blaca

      The hermitage of Blaca is a beautiful monastery chiselled in a cliff from the 16th century.It was built by the Glagolitic priests while running away from the Turks. There is a churchinside the monastery built in the Reneissance manner, an observatory with a large telescope, a rich library,a collection of watches, a rich collection of ancient weapons, a small printingroom, school which was active till 1963. To sum it up, Blaca is a first class historical monument well worth seeing.

      Brač Island activities for the whole family

      Through the vineyards and olive groves, hidden coves and forests, places where sheep graze, the best, and sometimes the only possible thing to do is to ride a bike.

      The bike climb on to Vid’s Mountain, the biggest and also the highest peak of all Croatian Islands, will give you once-in-a-lifetime experience where you will be able to enjoy in beautiful sight on to one of the most famous Croatian beaches – Bol’s Zlatni rat, Islands Hvar, Vis, Lastovo, and on a sunny days even Italian coast can be seen. Ride down to the Bol’s beach Zlatni rat through macadam roads is a unique experience.

      The Brac Island is ideal for cycling because of its beautiful gravel and paved trails that have mild rises. For example, a 15km drive from Škripa to Vidova gora is located less than 500 meters above sea level and is suitable for beginners.

      Cycling through fields where only sheep graze, you will enjoy in a view on a beautiful town Omiš on one side and with occasional view to the other side toward the Hvar Island.

      Descend from Vidova gora to Bol goes through Blaca bay through forest trails surrounded by pine trees. About halfway, carved into the canyon itself, there is Blaca Desert monastery which was founded by Glagolitic priests in the 16th century when they fled from the Ottoman invaders. Therefore, the name Blaca desert, because of hermit priests who lived there.

      “ With its hidden caves, themed trails, with the highest peak of the Dalmatian Islands, interesting flora and fauna and a spectacular view of the neighbouring Islands and the coast, Brač Island has become perfect and very popular destination for walking or hiking in Croatia. ”

      “ With its hidden caves, themed trails, with the highest peak of the Dalmatian Islands, interesting flora and fauna and a spectacular view of the neighbouring Islands and the coast, Brac Island has become perfect and very popular destination for walking or hiking in Croatia. ”

      You can hike through Brac Island wherever and however you like, but you can also visit a number of themed trails:

      Themed trail Herkules

      The trail starts on Riva in Splitska streat and it ends at Roman quarry „Rasohe“ which was used for the deploying the construction material for Diocletian’s Palace in Split.

      Diocletian’s Palace is on the UNESCO list of world heritage. On this route you will find out more about the history of Split, the significance of Hercules in Roman and Greek mythology and all about Brač stone and the tradition of his processing. The trail is marked with hiking signs and interpretation boards.

      At Rasohe quarry you can expect great rest, plenty of peace and serenity of nature, and great stories about the history of Brač and the relief of Hercules in the rock.

      The trail starts on Riva in Splitska streat and it ends at Roman quarry „Rasohe“ which was used for the deploying the construction material for Diocletian’s Palace in Split.

      Diocletian’s Palace is on the UNESCO list of world heritage. On this route you will find out more about the history of Split, the significance of Hercules in Roman and Greek mythology and all about Brač stone and the tradition of his processing. The trail is marked with hiking signs and interpretation boards.

      At Rasohe quarry you can expect great rest, plenty of peace and serenity of nature, and great stories about the history of Brač and the relief of Hercules in the rock.

      Walking and gourmet trail Dolčevita

      Walking trail „Dolčevita“ takes you for a walk through beautiful scenery of Brac Island and brings you the story of his culinary beauty, culture and and the tradition of living.

      On a trail that begins near the agritourism „RANJAK“ above Supetar there are 5 restaurants, taverns and agrohouseholds, 2 art galleries and family winery.

      The route with a total length of just over 6 km takes you to Donji Humac and Dračevica – still undiscovered jewels of Brač architecture and way of life. Each of the buildings on this trail offers something indigenous, 100 % local (olive oil, cheese, brandy and liqueurs, stone souvenirs, lamb, wine, sweets).

      Walking trail „Dolčevita“ takes you for a walk through beautiful scenery of Brac Island and brings you the story of his culinary beauty, culture and and the tradition of living.

      On a trail that begins near the agritourism „RANJAK“ above Supetar there are 5 restaurants, taverns and agrohouseholds, 2 art galleries and family winery.

      The route with a total length of just over 6 km takes you to Donji Humac and Dračevica – still undiscovered jewels of Brač architecture and way of life. Each of the buildings on this trail offers something indigenous, 100 % local (olive oil, cheese, brandy and liqueurs, stone souvenirs, lamb, wine, sweets).

      Walking trail maslinovi puti

      The trail begins in a small picturesque village Mirca which have always been the homeland of olive growing on the Brač Island.

      This circular-shaped walking trail, with the length of 6 km, takes you for a walk through olive groves above the village, until you get to Prihoda – old irrigation system. It shows you a tradition of olive oil production, the types of olives that grow on the Brač Island and the value of olive oil in daily use.

      The trail begins in a small picturesque village Mirca which have always been the homeland of olive growing on the Brač Island.

      This circular-shaped walking trail, with the length of 6 km, takes you for a walk through olive groves above the village, until you get to Prihoda – old irrigation system. It shows you a tradition of olive oil production, the types of olives that grow on the Brač Island and the value of olive oil in daily use.

      Blaca Desert

      They have developed a trade route through the bay that nowadays people call Popova vala. Since 1862 and until 1962 Blaca was run by the Milicevic priests. With the death of Don Nikola Milicevic, the last one of them, this desert of Croatian Glagolitic extinguished. This little desert at Brač Island has a great heritage value. It started as a cave fenced with stones, and hermits were eventually upgrading ground floors for different purposes (kitchens, basements, stoves etc.).

      In an era of prosperity luxurious building with more floors were built. In the year 1588 Renaissance church was built that got expended in the next century. The church has three Baroque halls, and in the desert there are pictures of the Venetian school of the 17th century. The way to Blaca desert on the Brač Island is actually a beautiful, marked trail through a pine forest. From the main road where you must take the stone path to the Blaca desert it takes an hour of slow walk.

      Once a famous Glagolitic desert, and later even an observatory, it is located on the eastern slope of the valley on the southern side of the Brač Island between Bol and Milna. In 15th century, when the Turks invaded, Glagolitic priests fled from Poljica to the Brač Island, where the Prince of Brac gave them permission to settle.

      In 1552 they founded the monastic cooperative society and began to cultivate land which was given to them as donation. In 1570 Glagolitic priests have obtained permission to build a monastery and church.

      Vid’s Mountain

      Vid’s Mountain is the highest peak of all the Croatian Islands, 778 meters above sea level. From Vid’s Mountain you’ll have a breath taking view at very popular Bol’s beach Zlatni rat and Island Hvar.

      It got named after Svantevid, and with the Christianisation of Croats the name was dedicated in honour of St. Vitus. Therefore the name Vid’s Mountain. At the top stands 12 meters high monumental cross made of white Brač stone and telecommunications facility. There is also a tavern Vladimir Nazor. 100 meters below there are the remains of the old Croatian chapel St. Vid.

      The main access road to the Vid’s Mountain is an asphalt road that branches off from the main road Supetar-Bol. After 1 kilometre the road turn towards the wilderness and Blaca desert.

      The road to Vid’s Mountain continues with 4 kilometres gentle climb through the pine forest. The road is suitable for travel by bike or by car although it can be reached by foot from Bol but the terrain is a little difficult and the ascent takes about 2 hours. The view from Vid’s Mountain at Brač Island is unique and worth all the effort.

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