Living Space

6 bedrooms

3 double bedrooms with king size beds, en suite bathrooms and their own private sea-facing terrace
3 double/twin bedrooms with king size beds (can be split), en suite bathrooms and their own private sea-facing terrace

Fully equipped, professional kitchen
Sitting room
Dining area
Utility/laundry room
Guest loo


Infinity swimming pool (11m long), can be heated on request at additional cost
Outdoor dining area
Air conditioning throughout
Private mooring
Access to beach
Sauna (with infra-red therapy lights)
Gym room with TV and mirrored walls
Table tennis
3 bicycles
2 tandem kayaks
1 single kayak
1 stand up paddle board
Snorkelling equipment
Beach toys
Pool toys
Outdoor kitchenette
Fireplace (bioethanol)
Underfloor heating
High speed WiFi
SONOS sounds system with Bose speakers throughout
6.5ft designer billiard table (Ambiente)
Smart TVs
Beach towels
Blackout blinds
USB sockets by bedsides
Laundry room
Office space
Private parking and garage space

Domestic Services

House manager/concierge service
Daily maid service and cleaning (available for up to 8hrs per day)

Additional services available on request (payable locally):
Water sports (water skiing, wake-boarding, snorkeling trips)
Guided tours of the island (by boat or car)
Massage and spa treatments
Wine cellar access


Villa Vesna is located on Brac in a protected bay near Sumartin village, with sublime views of the Adriatic Sea and the Biokovo mountains

The nearest restaurant is 100m
Jet ski and boat hire is 200m from the villa, and can be moored at the jetty
Sumartin is 1km, for a supermarket, cafes, bars and restaurants
Tennis courts are 2km
Bol is 30 minutes drive, home to the famous Zlatni Rat beach
Supetar is 40 minutes drive
Makarska, on the mainland, is 1hr by ferry


Fly to Split airport from London and most regional airports. Transfer to Brac is by private sea taxi or public ferry, 1 hour by boat

Car hire recommended but not necessary
Boat hire recommended

Local Information

Brac, famed for its beautifully radiant white stone, is the longest and most elevated of all the Dalmatian islands, 48km long and 14km wide. Less frequented by tourists than nearby Hvar and Split, Brac is an example of perfectly preserved island life, with a rich and fascinating history, and dramatics landscapes – a mixture of rocky cliffs, sapphire waters and thick Aleppo pine forests.

The famous white-pebble beach, Zlatni Rat (Golden Cape) is a must – adorning so many of Croatia’s tourism campaigns, it’s easy to see why, with its unusual geography and changeable nature, from shallow and shaded to deep and sun-blistered, depending on the direction of the wind. Nearby to this beach is Bol, on the southern side of the island, and the oldest town on the coast. Explore the town’s narrow and winding cobbled streets, bustling with local life, in typical Mediterranean spirit. There is ample evidence of the deep history of Bol in the many monuments dating back to the 11th century, and is a great place to visit to learn more about Brac’s rich past.

Heading to the East coast, you’ll find the smaller town of Sumartin, founded in the 17th century by pilgrims attempting to flee from Turkish rule. The influence of this is evident in the difference in dialect in Sumartin from the island’s other towns. Here, fishing, ship-building and olive growing are the main occupations for locals, and this bustling town has a host of things to offer, from secluded bays, wonderfully fresh seafood and mouth-watering restaurants, head here to escape the masses and get a feel for the genuine, true Dalmatia.

Brac is home to the highest peak on the Adriatic islands, Vidova Gora, and you can hike (or drive!) to it’s peak to enjoy spectacular views over Zlatni Rat beach, Bol, and even over to Hvar on the horizon.
This island will definitely take you off the beaten path, but our glorious villas, situated right on the waterfront, provide the perfect point from which to explore and discover the island for yourselves.

Our View

Villa Vesna is a sight to behold – set in a spectacular spot overlooking the bay of Sumartin, framed by the dramatic Biokovo mountains in the background.

It has been built using high quality, local materials, most recognisably the native Brac stone (famous for its use in the White House in America). This luxurious villa is finished to such an incredibly high standard, and the use of floor-to-ceiling glass lets the natural light flood in to the spacious rooms, perfectly preserving the breath-taking views.

The layout is perfect for families or large groups of friends, as there is simply so much space! Each bedroom has its very own terrace with yet more of those glorious sea views, and the living areas are vast and wonderfully well equipped. The kitchen is state-of-the-art, the artworks adorning the walls have been sourced from all over the world, the lighting specifically selected for each room and made by a renowned Munich designer. Complete with both gym and infra-red sauna, this villa has all the necessary mod-cons and more for the perfect luxury holiday.

Outside, despite its dominating waterfront location, there’s a very private atmosphere to the space, and the white stone continues and is punctuated by the enticing blue of the 11 meter long infinity-edge swimming pool. Relax by the pool on one of the sun-loungers, or if you’ve a little more energy, wander down to the jetty and try your hand at paddle boarding, snorkelling or kayaking, as this villa comes with all the necessary kit required and all at the bottom of the garden! Kayak round to Sumartin itself, where there’s a great selection of cafes, bars and restaurants.

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