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This typical Dalmatian stone house is located in Bol on the island of Brač. It was built in the first half of the 20th century and completely adapted to today's standard of living. Many traditional details have been retained in the modern interior, giving the house a special charm. It consists of four floors - the ground floor and first floor are connected by external stairs; all other floors have internal stairs. On the ground floor there is a bedroom without its own window, but it gets light from the dining area and kitchen. Relax on the spacious terrace in the lounge set or in the spa.The place Bol is known for its wonderful beach "Zlatni rat", a natural jewel on the Adriatic coast. There are diving and surfing schools here for those looking for an active holiday full of adventures, and you can also take off-road trips with squads. Various boat trips to the island of Hvar and the Blue Cave on the island of Vis are offered daily from the port. The catamaran connections to Split and Dubrovnik also allow you to go on day trips there.