Choose Villa Tanja
Villa Tanja is a traditional Dalmatian stone house, completely renovated and furnished with modern utilities. Its size is 80m2 , and accommodates four persons. Our villa is located in the quiet part of the town of Bol, just 200m away from the pebble beaches.
Our guests enjoy relaxing in the spacious garden, full of Mediterranean plants, and by the pool: on a sun deck and preparing a barbecue.
Every detail inside and outside of the house is carefully selected and crafted. We are especially proud of the work of local stone masons who made famous island stone alive and made every corner of our villa special.
Special offer September 2020
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About Villa Tanja
Inside the villa you can find fully equipped kitchen, a living room and two bedrooms with in-suite bathrooms (shower/toilet). There is a coffee machine, a microwave oven and a dishwasher in the kitchen, and the villa is also equipped with SAT TV, DVD player, a wall safe, hair dryers, an ironing board and an iron. There are air conditioners in every room and let’s not forget free Wi-Fi.
Villa Tanja has private parking for two cars, and guests can use two mountain bikes to explore the island.
All prices are on request. Taxes and final cleaning are included.
The town of Bol on the island of Brač is one of the most famous and the most beautiful destinations on the Adriatic thanks to its exceptional Zlatni Rat beach. Smaller and more secluded sand and pebble beaches stretch for more than ten kilometres in Bol surrounding. This lively town once was fishermen and farmers village, but today it is a picturesque tourist destination with streets and waterfront filled with small restaurants, cafés and clubs.
Although Bol is a perfect place for worry-free holidays, it is also popular with those who enjoy active vacations. There are around 20 tennis courts in Bol as well as many walking and hiking trails. Bol is especially famous with windsurfers, thanks to the favourable winds in the channel between the islands of Brač and Hvar.
You can arrive to Bol with a catamaran line from Split or Jelsa (island of Hvar) or by plane from Zagreb and several Austrian cities. The ferry-boat port is in Supetar, 36 km from Bol.
Brač is the largest central Dalmatian island and the highest island in Croatia: its highest peak is Vidova Gora at 780m above sea level. Hike to the peak or go by car to enjoy the amazing view on Zlatni Rat beach, the entire island of Brač and the nearby islands of Hvar and Vis.
Brač is famous for its stone quarries: numerous Renaissance and Baroque churches and palaces along the Dalmatian coast were built from Brač stone as well as White House in United States of Washington.
If you like history make sure to visit Pustinja Blaca (Blaca hermitage), monastery and astronomical observatory hidden between the towns of Bol and Mirna.
To discover island’s cuisine head to one of many restaurants with local fish and meat delicacies. We recommend local lamb specialities, cheeses and exceptional extra virgin olive oils.