This year we are going back to the Isle of Brac in Croatia from
Sunday the 17th to the 31st of July 2011.
 
Croatia 2010
Norfolk 2009
Norfolk 2008
Croatia 2007
Greece 2006
Greece 2005
 

The Island of Brac in Croatia

 

Brac has a regular 45-minute ferry ride from Split and is one of the most accessible islands from the mainland. It is located in central Dalmatia and is covered with olive groves and vineyards. Brac is known for the export of its lustrous white stone. With it's 2700 hours of sunshine a year it offers a perfect location for a relaxing holiday on one of the beaches alongside the crystal clear Adriatic Sea, while being just a step away from sleepy villages with traditional stone streets.

We are offering two hotels in the same complex on the island of Bruc, within working distance of Supetar. The Hotel Amor and the Pavilions Vlacica and Vrilo 

 

The HOTEL AMOR ****

Velaris Resort - Hotel Amor   More Info.

Perfect location with its own beach, just 10 - 15 minutes walk from Supetar Center. Luxuriously decorated double bedrooms with air conditioning fully equipped bathroom, telephone, SAT TV, mini bar, safe deposit box. Hotel features a wellness center on the ground floor with an enclosed Mediterranean garden. Facilities include playground for children, tennis, table tennis, bowling bar with 4 alleys, water sports, diving courses.

Half Board - euros per adult per day

€84

children from 0-2 years with two adult persons, no bed and no food

Free

children from 0-12 years with one adult persons, no bed and no food

30% off

children from 2-12 years with 2 adult persons, with bed and food

50% off

Third person over 12 years with two adult persons,

20% off

 

Vlacica and Vrilo ***

Velaris Resort - Pavilions Vlacica and Vrilo   More Info.

Located amongst a pine forest with it own beach, 10 - 15 minutes walk to Supetar Center. Rooms have air conditioning, telephone, mini bar, hairdryer. Activities for guests: tennis, table tennis, bowling bar with 4 alleys, water sports, diving course.

Half Board - euros per adult per day

€??

children from 0-2 years with two adult persons, no extra bed and no food

Free

children from 2-12 years with 2 adult persons, with bed and food

50%

children from 2-12 years with 1 adult person, with bed and food

-30%

third person over 12 years with 2 adult persons,with bed and food

-20%

 

Croatia

Official Language:

Croatian (Latin alphabet).

Population:

4.7 million (approximately).

Monetary Unit:

Croatian Kuna (Kn). Foreign currency can be changed at Banks, Exchange Offices, Post Offices, Tourist agencies, hotels, etc. All major cards (American Express, Visa, Euro/Mastercard, Diners) are accepted for a wide range of services.

Climate:

The Adriatic Coast has a typical Mediterranean climate with hot dry summers and cool winters. It has one of the sunniest and warmest coasts in Europe with an average summer temperature of 27C. Central Croatia has a continental climate with warm summers and wet, traditionally snowy winters.

Travel Documents:

Valid passport required. New Zealand passport holders do not require a visa if staying under 3 months.

Driving:

Right hand side of road. Valid driving license is required, as well as valid documents for the car, and a green insurance card.

Shopping:

Excellent purchases include articles made of leather, local hand-made lace and embroidery, ceramics, wine, oil and herb brandies.

Getting there:

It is possible to drive into Croatia from any of the neighbouring countries (Italy, Austria, Slovenia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Serbia & Montenegro and Hungary). Ferry crossings operate from Bari, Pescara, Ancona and Venice in Italy to selected ports in Croatia. National carrier, Croatia Airlines, makes regular daily flights into Croatia from many major European gateways.

   

 


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