Location and housing

The Island of Brac is the third biggest island (of ca 1500) in Croatia and stretches along the coastline from Split to Makarska. Brac is mostly known for destinations like Bol with the famous beach and party place Zlatni Rat and the fantastic view from mountain Vidova Gora, and also many small villages with great domestic food and wine.

From Split you have frequent ferry’s to Supetar, the main town of the Island. Right across the Island lengthwise, you have Sumartin in the municipality of Selca. Here you have the port for ferries to Makarska. Next to Sumartin you find us, in the peaceful villa area of Puntinak. The municipality has sport and culture as its main fields. Here you find a more peaceful and traditional atmosphere. Take the bikes and find your own private beach. By fish directly from the local fishing boats – making your lunch or evening dinner something extra. The area also offers a variety of restaurants, beach bars and coffee bars. There are grocery shops, tourist office, post office, pharmacy, doctor and dentist.



Our Villa Puntinak has six fully equipped apartments and one studio with comfortable modern beds, AC, complete kitchen tools (toaster, coffee machine, water boiler, fridge/freezer) and nice practical furniture, inside and outside.
 The villa has a pool (built 2018) with massage jets. If you come by car, you´ll have parking space. There are a laundry and bicycle room and also storage-rooms. Apartment 1-4 and 6 has a stunning sea view. No 5 has a beautiful view overlooking the pool area. The Villa has a high standard. Apartment 1, 2, 4 and 5 are three stars, and apartment 3 and 6 have four stars. The Villa offers you a clean, fresh and practical stay with also many cosy outdoor places to sit and relax.

Things to do here. Staying in Villa Puntinak is a good starting point for fun and adventure. Biking (fantastic mountain bike routes), walking trails, OCR park, cultural sightseeing tours, in season picking figs, olives, almonds, different festivals throughout the year, local bbq and much more. On the water, you have boat-excursions, boat rental, jetski, paddleboards, fishing, snorkelling and much more.

Food and refreshment

If you attend a camp with breakfast, or all-inclusive, you can expect a lot of effort put in the menu.

Start the day with a big breakfast buffet, including yoghurt and homemade granola, seeds, fruit salad, bread and cheese, eggs, smoothies and more…

All the food is home-made, created by talented chefs. Dishes are loaded with local organic, flavorful, colourful ingredients, to give you many healthy choices! Every meal is well balanced in nutrition and designed for the actual camp. Vegetarian cuisine is a speciality, but there is also fresh fish and meat, depending on which camp you are attending.