Borak is a concept for a future tourist resort, located on the Northwest side of Brac, across the coast from the city of Split, near the small harbour town of Sutivan. Brač, is the highest and largest island of Dalmatia, in Split-Dalmatia County.
Sutivan is one of the smallest Croatian municipalities, covering 2,181 ha. It has 850 permanent residents. Its beautiful coastal coves are Stiniva, Likva, Stipanska and Vičja Luka, with pebble beaches and turquoise waters.
Sutivan enjoys a Mediterranean climate, with mild winters and warm summers.
The average year temperature is 16.5 ° C
Brač is an island on the Adriatic coast of Croatia, with a surface area of 385 km2, the highest peak of Vidova Gora is 778 m, and with 15,000 island inhabitants.
It is located in central Dalmatia, near Split with which it is connected by ferry to Supetar.
It is a typical Mediterranean island, covered by pine forests, olive groves, grape vines and fig trees.
Borak Tourist Resort – location advantages:
close to Split and Brač airports
direct access from the sea
a lovely view of the sea and the mountains of the mainland in the distance
extraordinary sunrises and sunsets
gentle landscape, natural pine forests
Borak is situated within the tourist commercial zone of Sutivan.
Its land area is 121.000,00m2.
Ownership is valid. Price on request.
To the potential investor Borak offers:
– the possibility of single floor beach constructions at a minimum of 20 metres from the sea.
– the possibility of hotel construction 100 metres from the sea, with basement +ground floor + 4 floors,
-and also 100 metres from the sea, the construction of villas with basement, ground floor and first floor
(Total 600-750 beds),
-Berthing for up to 20 boats
The anticipated sports grounds and equipment, entertainment facilities, and other features such as hiking paths, are to be dotted in amongst dense pine forests.
In summary, a coastal project with various beach facilities, and capacity for the berthing of up to 20 boats, as well as a café.