Here one offer for real Adria lovers - 100.000m2 terrain with belonging bay, situated on the island of Brac. The sea line is approximately 400m long. The timid slope is currently vegetated by olive and pine trees and typical Mediteraneean bushes.
Power transmission line polls are located on the terrain itself and regional water supply system is close to it. At the baybase there is a pebble beach of approximately 100 m length. The water in the bay is 3-7 m deep, which allows smaller ships to moor. The stone pier for mooring and docking can be seen on the western side of the bay.
The remains of the stone house of 70m2 of surface on the western side of the bay with all its belonging construction.
The terrain used to be an exploitation ground for a stone query. The remains are still to be seen on the ground. Former and abandoned exploitation grounds are to be used primarily for high end lodging purposes, i.e. for building exclusive tourist premises.
The connecting terrains in the middle, currently serving as vegetable and grape fields, are also on sale from other owners.
There can be built a villa of minimum 400m2, together with mooring docks etc... Call us for more information...
Adriatica Real Estate
contact: +385 99 2018 000
About Brač island
Brač - pronounced Brach. On this island - a man and a stone have always lived and fought each other. Today fewer vineyards burst into leaf on its terraced slopes and, in the spring, fewer lively goats and unruly colts riotously race each other in its grassy vales. Brac is at its most hospitable in summer when it opens up its heart and presents: its small towns, and villages and its coves. In summer, the population doubles on its shores, which stretch for more than a hundred miles. Sage, heather, lavender and rosemary bushes bloom on its slopes and fill one's nostrils with their scents. A multitude of colors meet the gaze: ripe dog berries, bearberries, barberries, mallow, the swollen fruits of blackthorn and blackberry bushes. The deafening song of crickets chirping tirelessly on the knotty jasmines and spruces, has given the island its name, "island of crickets".
- 395 km2