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On the island of Bra? in the center of Dalmatia lies the luxurious Villa Allure, whose charming interior exudes modern monumentality. Thanks to the extremely convenient location of this villa, you can enjoy the crystal clear Adriatic Sea just 100 meters from the villa. The accommodation capacity of the 205 m2 villa is maximum 8 persons. The villa has 3 luxuriously furnished and air-conditioned bedrooms with private bathrooms, one of which is located on the first floor and two on the upper floor, where there is a large terrace with a unique sea view. There are two extra beds available. On the first floor of the villa there is also a spacious living room, a modern kitchen and an additional toilet. On the large terrace of the villa there is a beautiful heated pool of 32m2 and a depth of 1.5 meters. Around the pool there are 6 sun loungers and in the villa's courtyard you can prepare delicious Mediterranean specialties on the outdoor grill and relax in pleasant company of your loved ones. In the inner courtyard of the villa there are three parking spaces. Villa Allure has many additional contents available on request, including bicycles or jets, to complete your vacation with dynamic activities. At the first beach, just a few minutes walk away, you can practice water sports such as diving, swimming or sailing. The town of Sutivan on the island of Bra? will enchant you with its simplicity and the beauty of untouched nature, where you will surely enjoy romantic walks in the evenings. The island of Bra? is full of interesting natural sites such as the beach Zlatni rat, the famous sandy beach on the southern side of the island, Blaca desert or Vidova gora. Blaca desert is one of the most interesting natural and cultural phenomena of this island. It was built in the 16th century. when Glagolitic priests took refuge in a stone cave and founded their monastery here. Nearby is Vidova gora, a unique viewpoint with a panoramic view of the surrounding islands and the beach Zlatni rat. In Donji Humac there is also Kopa?ina cave, which contains prehistoric Paleolithic remains. Another interesting place is the Dragon's Cave, which is located near the village of Murvica. The island of Bra? is known for its long tradition of stone processing and in Pu?i??a there is a school of stonemasonry, the only one of its kind in Croatia. The history of the island of Bra? dates back to the pre-ancient Illyrian times and its name is derived from the Illyrian word brentos, which means deer. Do not miss to try the varied gastronomic offer of this island, which is known for its long tradition in the cultivation and processing of olive oil and wine. Dalmatian cuisine is full of top specialties such as fresh fish, seafood, delicious risottos or the inevitable prosciutto and cheese that will please even the most demanding palates. Enjoy the charm of the unspoiled nature of the island of Bra? and treat yourself to the well-deserved luxury of Villa Allure.