POVLJA - old fishing town


"This half-day trip to the island of Brač is perfect for families with children, and what I love is that its simplicity makes you always want more." 


PRICE INCLUDES

✓  lunch (grilled fish or meat/ vegetarian option,                             bread, salad)

✓  drinks: water, lemonade, wine



START                                   9:00 

STARTING PLACE               Brela port - click for map

RETURN                            13:30

► Lunch on the boat 

► Vruja bay, wine and return back to the port of Brela

PRICES

         AN ADULT PERSON              ... 40,00 € 

        CHILDREN UNDER 12 years ... 20,00 €

        CHILDREN UNDER 4 years   ... 0,00 €  


At 8.00 we gather in front of the boat, and at 8.30 we sail. A short boat ride lasting only one hour and we are already on the largest Dalmatian island. We will sail to the beautiful bay of Povlja. Povlja is a small village located in a deep bay of the island of Brac. The largest early Christian basilica is located here, as well as some of the most important monuments "Povaljska listina" (the oldest surviving list written in Croatian Cyrillic) and Povaljski prague (the oldest and most important epigraphic monument in our Cyrillic language). The place is surrounded by many bays with various beaches. Swim, enjoy the crystal clear sea, drink a glass of cold beer, eat very tasty homemade ice cream and it's time to go back to the boat. During the break, the busy team on board prepared a barbecue with lunch. A nice refreshment awaits you on board. While sailing along the coast of the Makarska Riviera, you will have lunch with the most beautiful view. We will also make a short stop in Vruja bay. Here, the cliffs plunge into the sea to a depth of more than 100 m. There is also a great source of fresh water from the Cetina River here, and this source is probably the largest in the Adriatic in terms of the amount of water that erupts. At the foot of the steep cliffs there are beautiful and sheltered pebble beaches that are easiest to reach by sea, and the large flocks of fish that gather for feeding and breeding are a sight to behold. With good food, a glass of good wine and beautiful views, our trip came to an end.