The island of Hvar, the jewel of the Dalmatian islands.
Thanks to the mild climate, warm winters and favorable summers, Hvar attracts many guests, who are facinated by the luxurious Mediterranean nature, rich tradition and interesting nightlife. Today, Hvar is one of the ten most beautiful islands in the world.
In the beautiful, small town of Vrboska, which has a beautiful island in the middle of the bay and is connected by bridges, which is why it is also called "Little Venice", we sell 26 apartments located in two (built in 2002) apartment houses. They are located 250 meters from the center of Vrboska, where all the necessary infrastructure is: shops, bars, bank, post office and restaurants.
All apartments are equipped and ready for immediate use, have a common outdoor area with barbecue, most of them also have a loggia and parking space. They are intended for both holiday and permanent residence. In the hot summer months, the comfort of living is provided by air conditioning, which is installed in all apartments. Energy class - B.
Apartment BRAČ is located on the second floor of building 241A and covers 42,40 m2 of living space, and loggia in size 8,81m2. It also has a parking space in size 9,93m2.
The nearest beach is 600 meters away and can also be reached on foot, while other beaches (nudist beach, Soline Aqua Park, Tusno, Kamenjara) are about 1,500 meters away.
See the floor plan of the apartment on the website www.apartmentsvrboska.com
How to get to Hvar?
Hvar Airport is 3.8 kilometers away from the apartments, the ferry line to Split is 9 kilometers (Stari Grad), and the ferry connection to Drvenik is 56 kilometers (Saćuraj). The distance between the port of Split and the airport is 25 kilometers.
If you travel by car, bus or train, you must in any case arrive in Split or Drvenik in central Dalmatia, from where you can continue your journey by ferry. Ferries run from Split to Stari Grad (also car transport), to Jelsa (catamaran) and to the town of Hvar (catamaran). Ferries on the lines Split - Stari Grad (Hvar) and Drvenik - Sućuraj (Hvar) run every day, as well as catamarans (hydrofoils) on the line Split - Jelsa and Split - Hvar. There are also seasonal international lines from Italy; Ancona - Hvar and Pescara - Hvar, and also the coastal line from Rijeka to Dubrovnik, which has a stop on Hvar.
If you travel by plane, the nearest international airports are Split, Dubrovnik and the airport on the island of Brač. From Brač you can continue your journey to the ferry port in Split and Drvenik.
The rich cultural and historical heritage of Hvar, dating back to prehistoric times, unique gastronomy, beautiful beaches and bays, crystal clear sea, and the kindness and friendliness of the locals are a guarantee for a holiday you will not forget.
Condition of the seller for concluding a sale transaction: the buyer is obliged to pay real estate transfer tax in the amount of 3% of the sale price. The buyer is obliged to reimburse the seller part of the cost of sale in the amount of 2% of the contract value + VAT. The buyer is obliged to pay the costs of a sales contract prepared by a Croatian lawyer or notary and other costs related to the transfer of ownership.
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