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Holiday flat by the sea, the Loft-Apartment in Postira for an ideal beach holiday in Croatia on the island of Brač

The Loft-Apartment in Postira – the private holiday flat by the sea for the ideal beach holiday on the island of Brač in Croatia – rent directly without a travel agency

Loft flat view from the balcony
Loft flat view from the balcony

The loft flat is located on the street Pavišica vrtli 24 in Postira. The beach is approx. 300 metres away. The centre of Postira with the picturesque coastal promenade Riva, various shopping facilities, cafés and varied restaurants is approx. 350 metres from the flat and can be reached by a comfortable footpath. The town centre also has a post office, various ATMs, a pharmacy and a children’s playground.

The loft flat offers space for five people, has two floors and is located on the first floor of the house with a total of seven flats. In the lower part of the flat is the balcony with seating and a fantastic panoramic view of the sea and the village of Postira. A Weber electric barbecue and an electrically retractable sun blind with wind sensor are available on the balcony. The fully equipped kitchen (with Nespresso coffee machine for original capsules/capsules not included) and the living room with pull-out sofa bed are also located in the lower area of the loft flat. There is also a television (channels: CH/DE/CZ/HR).

Upstairs is the double room, the children’s room with a bunk bed and a desk, a gallery with one pull-out bed and the bathroom with shower, toilet and its own washing machine. Fresh bed linen and fresh hand and shower towels are provided in the loft flat. There is a reserved car park directly in front of the house. Air conditioning and internet are available free of charge. The minimum duration of a booking is six days. The Loft-Apartment is not wheelchair accessible, a non-smoking flat and pets are not allowed.

Village of Postira

Der malerische Hauptplatz von Postira
The picturesque main square of Postira

In the village of Postira on the north coast of the island of Brač, directly opposite the city of Split in sunny Dalmatia, the loft flat offers weekly or longer stays all year round. Postira, a town of around 1600 inhabitants, is unique in many ways, especially in terms of its beaches. Few places can boast such a large number of organised and accessible beaches that cater to the most diverse wishes. Within the town itself there are three pebble beaches and one sandy beach over a length of about 3 kilometres, and a little outside the town, a few kilometres along the promenade by the sea, there are several other beaches worth mentioning in addition to Lovrečina.

The beach with the harbour of Postira
The beach with the harbour of Postira

There are ideal cycle paths around Postira, you can hike on various trails and in the village there is a centre with various sports facilities (e.g. tennis, football, volleyball) and bike, quad or canoe hire is available in Postira. One of the most famous beaches on the island of Brač, Zlatni rat, is located in the lively town of Bol. The famous marina in Milna, the highest peak of the Adriatic islands Vidova Gora (780 metres above sea level) and the stone medieval monastery Blaca are other sights on the island. Further valuable information can be found at


Island Brač

The island of Brač has an area of approx. 395 km² and is located in the centre of the Dalmatia region in Croatia. The highest point on Brač is “Vidova gora” at 778 metres above sea level. Brac is home to around 13,000 inhabitants, who live in the towns of Supetar, Milna, Bol, Postira, Pučišća, Povlja and several other small villages. The main source of income for the inhabitants is tourism, but also fishing and wine and olive growing.

Zlatni rad (goldenes Horn) Bol
Zlatni rad (golden Horn) Bol

The most beautiful vineyards are located on the southern slopes of Bol. The famous Bolski Plavac wine is grown here. The towns of Bol, Splitzska, Postira, Pučišća, Povlja, Škrip and Supetar are very popular with tourists. Brač has a total of around 170 kilometres of beaches. The town of Bol even has an airport, which is located 3 km to the north-east. The island of Brač is famous for its white limestone. The Romans already appreciated the quality of the limestone. The limestone was used for the construction of many works, such as amphitheatres, temples and palaces. The stone was used, for example, in the construction of Diocletian’s Palace in Split, sacral buildings in Šibenik and Trogir and even in the construction of the White House in Washington. Brač is also home to a large number of early Christian and old Croatian churches. However, these are mostly located in rough terrain and the paths to the churches are usually not signposted. The ACI Marina in Milna is highly recommended for boaters.


Diocletian's Palace Split
Diocletian’s Palace Split

Wonderful landscapes, cuisines full of flavours and aromas, culture and history that will inspire you. People you will remember fondly. Croatia is much more than just a name. The country is one of the most sought-after places in the world. The realm of water, the treasure trove of national parks and fresh air. A force of greenery and the most beautiful sunsets. A collection of beautiful islands and a painting of the golden plains. Simply full of life. There’s nothing quite like Croatia, and this marvellous country is just the place to get away from it all. You will find adventure in the high mountains, harmony in quiet bays, inspiration in centuries-old stories and smiles on the streets of the cities.

Croatian history can be discovered on a hike through the majestic walls of Dubrovnik or on the trail of legends in Split. Breathtaking landscapes such as the glittering waterfalls of Plitvice Lakes, the stone poetry of the Kornati Islands and the artistic beauty of Zlatni rat are waiting to be discovered. The Mediterranean meets bustling cities and tall forests; the mountains give way to wild rivers and the energetic urban life is in harmony with the nature that surrounds it.


By Plane

Buses run directly from Split-Kaštela airport to the ferry harbour. The crossing to Supetar harbour takes 50 minutes. Tickets are available at From there it is eight kilometres to Postira. Taxis are always available and there are also regular buses to Postira.

By car

The route from the Czech Republic leads via Bratislava, Szombathely, Letenye (Croatian border), Zagreb to Split (A1 motorway). In Split, the local signs lead to the ferry harbour. Motorway vignettes are required in Slovakia and Hungary. In Croatia, there are currently still payment points on the motorway. A digital e-vignette is planned from 2024. Current information is available here.

The route from Switzerland leads through the Gotthard tunnel to Milan, Verona, Venice, Trieste and on to the border with Slovenia. After approx. 30 kilometres of country road (without vignette) you cross the border to Croatia. Then via Zagreb to Split (A1 motorway). In Split, follow the signs to the ferry harbour. In Italy and Croatia there are payment points for motorway tolls directly on the motorway. A digital e-vignette is planned in Croatia from 2024. Current information is available here.

The crossing from the ferry harbour in Split to Supetar is already an impressive spectacle and takes 50 minutes. Tickets are available from Jadrolinija. Here is the Split-Supetar 2024 timetable and here is the Split-Supetar 2024 price list for download.

Useful links

Gemeinde Postira
Tourismus Postira
Beaches in Postira
Fähre Jadrolinija (Split-Supetar-Split)
Busfahrplan (Supetar – Postira – Supetar)
Krunoslav Matulič (Nachbar, Olivenöl – Gemüse und Früchte)
Konoba Toni Dol (traditionelles Familienrestaurant mit feinem Essen)
Zlatni rat Bol (golden Horn)
Steinmetzschule Pučišća Informationen Brač – Postira 
Flughafen Split-Kaštela
Flughafen Brač
Autobahn Kroatien