Brac has always been known as the choice for families who seek the better things in life. The largest and most accessible of the dalmatian islands its tree lined shores and picturesque villages have stood relatively untouched for hundreds of years. The islands 150 square miles contain an attractive combination of stunning scenery, dramatic mountains, idyllic bays and 14 beautiful villages. Emerald-blue waters and secluded pebble shores sit effortlessly beside historic buildings and natural wonders.
Blessed with crystal-clear waters, the area offers the perfect conditions for life on the sea: sailing, fishing, some of the best scuba diving in the Mediterranean and just about every water sport under the sun. Beyond this the choice is yours: from ancient historical sites, picturesque harbours, nature trails to explore, as well as a multitude of beach front bars and restaurants to enjoy.
Your busy lifestyle means every moment of your leisure time is precious, so in Villa Lacream the impressive internal specification includes gym, home office, media room, sauna, steam room, wine celler and boat mooring. Villa La Cream has been designed to provide all the facilities you need to relax and escape from the pressures of everyday life.
Villa La Cream is a luxurious waterfront property bordering a crystal blue bay on the south side of Brac Island. The villa is spread over three floors and consists of 4 en suite bedrooms. The design combines modern lines with traditional materials to fit its surrounding environment. The layout makes the most of the majestic views by combining open plan living with floor to ceiling foldable windows. Externally the villa benefits from a contemporary infinity edged swimming pool overlooking a floating dock and moorings below. The sheltered location makes it perfect for mooring a boat during summer months and exploring nearby attractions by water.
Island Brac is situated between islands Solta and Hvar and it is biggest middle Dalmatian island with 395 km² of space. The island was probably named after a deer – brenthos in Illyrian, a cult animal of Illyrian tribes who inhabited the island. Greeks called it Elaphusa and Bretanide which derives from the world elaphos – deer. Findings in the Kopacina cave are the evidence of the presence of deer on Brac in the prehistoric period. Beach Zlatni rat, Vidova gora, Blaca desert, deep inlets, olive-groves, vineyards, pine wood along the crystal clear sea are images that numerous visitors bring home from the island of Brac. Island Brac belongs to the sunniest Adriatic area with over 2,700 hours of sunshine a year ( in summer 9-12 hours, in winter over 4 hours a day). The average summer temperature is 23.8 C and in winter 8,6 C. Island Brac is characterized by all the typical Mediterranean characteristics: long, hot and dry summers and short mild winters. Area of 394 km², a length of 40km and width of 13 km Brac is the most widespread island of Dalmatia, and the third largest among 1185 islands, islets and reefs in the Croatian Adriatic sea.