Located in Supetar, on Brač Island, Ap is located in the city center, 50 meters from the shops, restaurants, post office, bank, coffe bars and pharmacy.
Free Wi-Fi and parking are provided for guests. There are pebbly beach 300 m away.
Apartment "OMO 1"- Supetar is a first-rate choice for adults , couples and families looking for a really affordable and comfortable accommodation in the charming ambiance in one of the most popular Croatian Island of Brac
"OMO 1 " is one-bedroom Apartment in Supetar ,a self-catering accommodation. This charming apartment has one bedroom with two single beds, a fully equipped kitchen, living room (with additional sleeping facilities), satellite TV, air conditioning, bathroom with shower, terrace and free WiFi-internet connection.
Accommodation will provide you a barbecue and a terrace.
Type of beds - one double bed + sofa bed.
All apartments has garden or seaview.
The apartment has own entrance.
We as your hosts will be happy if we can be on services and assistance during your holiday .
Before your arrival (when you are in the ferry) please send sms on the numb(PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN).
Very quiet neighbored, in the center of the village, around there are a lot of restaurants, caffe bars, shops.
There is a grocery store just 50 metres away, while a farmers’ market can be found 500 metres from the property. A sandy beach can be reached in 800 m.
Main Bus Station is 400 metres away, while the Ferry Port can be found 300 metres from the property. Split Airport can be reached on the mainland, 40 km away.
Supetar is very well connected with mainland – there is ferry Supetar – Split, Split – Supetar at least 14 times a day. From Split Airport you can take cheap Croatia airlines bus which will take you close to ferry port or use taxi service. When you arrive in Supetar, apartment is only 5 minutes walk by the sea, through town center. If you're with car we have private parking space in front of the house.
On the waterfront in the evening you can taste and buy a variety of local delicacies .
Domestic lemons sold by sympathetic local women are not in perfect shape that you used to sea in the stores, but they have an incredible smell.
Local olives and capers are top seafood and be sure to try .
Do not miss to taste the almonds , dried lemon peel , orange peel , homemade liqueurs and brandy.
The most popular souvenir are made from Brac stone . In the pretty shops you will find a decorative and useful objects made of Brac stone .
Supetar is the largest place and at the same time the only urban centre on the island and as such it represents an administrative, cultural and a tourist centre. Rich cultural and historical heritage of Supetar will take you back to Roman times. You will find yourself surrounded by numerous “villae rustice" and remains of a mosaic located next to the parish church dating from the 6th century. The imperative is the Church of St. Mary of the Annunciation from the 18th century with a beautiful bell tower and a museum. Walking down the cobblestoned streets and across romantic squares “pjacete" will make you understand the true spirit of a Dalmatian coastal town. With rich offer in accommodation such as hotels, villas, residence houses and apartments, with diverse restaurants, cultural events and festivals, Supetar is one of the most popular places on the island. In numerous restaurants and traditional taverns you can taste the magnificent Mediterranean food. All this in combination with different sports and recreational activities will make your holiday unforgettable. Also, if you would like to visit popular tourist spots on the mainland or sail to the islands of Hvar or Vis on a one-day excursion, Supetar is a great starting point. To sum up, Supetar is a great place for unforgettable moments of peace and quietness on one side and fun on the other; a place of indigenous charm of Dalmatia.
When you are on the island, be sure to visit the place Pučišća , about 10 kilometers from Supetar where is the school of stonemasonry . The school is open to visitors during the summer and you can see and enjoy the exhibited works of young stonemasons .
Supetar beaches are very nice and beautiful , but the most popular are "Bili rat" and bay" Banj ".
On the island Brac there are many attractions that you can visit such as;
- Vidova gora, the highest peak on the Adriatic islands ( 778 m above sea level ) . It was named after the church of St . Vida , which used to stand on top of the hill , and today is in ruins , the church was built in the 13th or 14th century . It provides a unique view to the south . To the top you can be reached by car, just turn off from the main road that leads from Nerežišća to Bol .
- Bol, Zlatni Rat beach, Paradise beach is one of the most beautiful beaches on the Croatian coast and also the most recognizable sight of Bol.
To the beach Zlatni rat can be reached by car . In summer every half hour to the beach drives a small tourist train and tourist boats that depart from the port of Bol .
- Pustinja Blaca, The hermitage (monastery) was founded in the 16th century by the Glagolitic priests who come to Brač fleeding from Poljica before the Turks. Blaca can be reached from many directions, but always exclusively by foot. The path, trodden for centuries by many mules and horses, is still the only connection with civilization. Visitors may travel by car from Nerežišće, over the Vidova gora up to Dragovoda and from there they have to walk for half an hour to Blaca. The museum and monastery in Blaca could also be reached travelling by ship from Bol to the valley of Blaca from where there is another half an hour of walking.
- BRAČ MUSEUM, ŠKRIP. The island's regional museum has made a perfect choice by taking Škrip for its location, a monument itself, being the oldest settlement on the island with an abundance of cultural monuments. The name Škrip originates from the Latin word scrupus, which denotes huge sharp stones that in those times were to be found at the back of Roman quarries
- Lovrećina, rich archeological site . In a beautiful bay near Postira , except findings suggestive of developed Roman economy , Lovrecina is also the site of the old Christian . Visible are the remains of an early Christian church in whose north side of the baptismal font cruciform shape whose rhizome is raised above the floor , and above it was a ciborium on four columns with capitals and stone beams . This is a unique example of preserved superstructure baptismal font in Dalmatia .
- Stone Bridge, Franz Joseph, built in the top of the Great dell - there is assumed, once run the river under it. For the Austrian rule on the island was built a large bridge - a curiosity on this today anhydrous island . Brac residents bridge called " Bridge of Franz Joseph ," a few years ago Ložišćani are clean environment and, Bridge is now a lovely destination for a one-day walk .
Mestrovic in Split
There are lot of important Croatian artists, just like there are lot of great people in any other field. However, it's hard to find a name that would draw an attention of global passengers like Ivan Mestrovic. No doubt, Mestrovic belongs to whole Croatia, but his presence in Split is so important that it's really hard to miss him while visiting this town. Mestrovic Gallery and nearby Kastilac or Kastelet were and are always one of the cornerstones of a city tour, almost as important as the historical centre. Same goes with the statue of Gregory of Nin (Grgur Ninski) next to the Diocletian's Palace Golden Gate. This enormous Mestrovic' statue brings a lot of meanings, but most of the people will identify it with its toe, which is supposed to bring luck to those who rub it. There is also a statue of father of Croatian literature Marko Marulic at one of the most beautiful city's squares, known in Split as the Fruit Square. For those leaning toward finding hidden jewels, it's worth of seeing a thomb of early 20th century politician and former Mayor of Split Ante Trumbic in Franciscan monastery's cloister at the westernd end of Riva.
Ivan Meštrovic was born in Vrpolje, north Croatian region of Slavonia, in 1883. His family's origins are in Otavice, village near Drnis. How come that artist who neither was born in Split, nor his origins are in Split, is so inseparably connected with this town?
His biography is easy to find, as well as all details of such a rich life and great career. That career took a simple village boy through whole Europe, and even farther, all the way to the USA. He did public statues there, too, for example famous Indians in Chicago, Il. President Dwight Eisenhower granted him a US citizenship, and he died on that side of the Atlantic Ocean. Still, he was buried in Otavice, in the family mausoleum which he designed. My advice is you should read all you can about Mestrovic, you will learn important part of the world's art in 20th century, and discover why Mestrovic had been compared with Michelangelo or August Rodin.
To learn about Mestrovic, Split is important step. Villa which today hosts Mestrovic Gallery with artist's the most important works was designed by Mestrovic himself, and was built from 1931 to 1939. Unfortunately, his family lived there only briefly, before the World War 2. After the war, Mestrovic donated his villa to Croatian people, with a wish that it should be turned into a museum. Not very far from the Gallery, Mestrovic rebuilt another villa, originally built in the 16th century for noble family Capogrosso. There, Mestrovic arranged another exhibition space, but also a chappel dedicated to Madonna of Good Advice, with 28 beautiful wooden reliefs showing scenes of Jesus' life and passion. If you decide to visit Mestrovic Gallery, ticket is valid for Kastilac, too. Also, during summer season it's excellent stage for music or theatrical performances.
Mestrovic always liked grand works, dedicated to great people, and - again - Split is the right place to get familiar with them. I have mentioned them in the beginning, and can only strongly recommend that Gregory of Nin, Marulic, and even Trumbic to be included in a tour, because they tell a tale not only about the great artist, but also about history of Split and Croatia.
In case you want to explore even furthrer, visit some other towns, too, and see Mestrovic' works - Trogir, Otavice, Drniš, Nin, Knin, Cavtat, Zagreb, Varaždin... Of course, none of them can compare with Split.
Summer evenings in Supetar are lovely: children run around the square, grown-ups exchange news on the waterfront, tourists select their spot for an evening meal and swifts scream overhead. The stone buildings turn pink in the setting sun, and the feeling is a very relaxed one. The town beaches offer a range of facilities for sport and leisure, there are nightly folklore performances in town during the tourist season, there's a summer carnival and a film festival: in short, enough to keep almost everyone occupied.
The list of events this Summer, you can find here;