Sutivan, Croatia

Sutivan, Croatia

Key Facts

Location
Sutivan, Croatia
Local Airport
Split Airport
Distance from Airport
26 Kms.
Total no. of Beds
45 Beds
Max No. Rooms
35 Rooms
Diet
Veg, Vegan, Non Veg
Room Occupancy
Single, Double/Twin

Activities

A fishing village with five star comfort.  The Lemongarden is not at or in Sutivan, it IS Sutivan – an essential part and the beating heart of the old place.

The bar, the gelateria, the restaurant, the café are right on the harbor promenade, the reception is in a small romantic square a few meters from the sea. The rooms and suites are spread across three lovingly renovated mansions in the center that are more than 300 years old.

When you come home in the evening, you don’t walk through a lobby or along long hotel corridors, but through old alleys through which the residents of Sutivan also stroll home – the same ones you will meet again in the morning at breakfast at the harbor they are just getting into their boats or opening their shops.

The hotel is part of the village and the village is part of the hotel – there is no clear separation between the two. With two exceptions: the blooming lemon garden with the pool and spa is surrounded by a centuries-old stone wall and reserved only for hotel guests. And the beach, just outside the town, is also private.

Included

  • Accommodation
  • Daily breakfast, lunch & dinner
  • Use of yoga space & equipment’s
  • Transfer from & to Ibiza airport

Not Included

  • Flight ticket
  • Visa

Stina Winery: Wine fans should definitely plan a tour to the Stina winery in Bol. Upon entering the estate, we were warmly greeted by Jeri, Stina’s sommelier. He began the tour by telling the story of the Stina Wine Project. This began in 2009 when the wine producer Jako Vino rented a wine cellar and bought grapes from local producers. He then told us about the different types of wine and the different types of production. He then led us into the tasting room, which was very comfortably furnished and was characterized by the old stone walls.

For the tasting we selected four different red wines that are typical of the winery: Stina Crljenak, Stina Plavac mali Majstor, Stina Plavac mali Remeko djelo and Stina Prošek. We were also served small snacks with the excellent wines, such as breadsticks with olive oil and sheep’s cheese from the island of Pag.

 

Vidova Gora: At almost 780 meters, it is the highest mountain on the Croatian island. Numerous myths surround Vidova Gora. Even today, some residents are convinced that witches held their seances here during the full moon and brewed magic potions from the maquis. The karst caves visible in the direction of Nerezisca support this myth, as they are said to be connected to the witch’s bay Vičja Luka. Others believe that the current ruins were once the temples of the gods Sventovit and Svevid, and the peak of Vidova Gora was considered a holy site.

Whatever the true story, the fact is that there is a breathtaking panorama from here. You can see Hvar, all the neighboring islands and even as far as Italy.

The view of Brač’s Golden Horn, the idyllic green spaces and the magical island landscape has enchanted every visitor – without any magic! Vidova Gora is 29.4 km from Sutivan and can be reached in 44 minutes by car

 

Olive oil museum in Skrip: The Olive Oil Museum in Škrip presents the process of olive oil production that is common on the island of Brač and has been run by the family for generations. Josip Krstulovć and his family founded this company as early as 1864.

The museum exhibits olive mills and presses, screw press spindles, bags, fireplaces, kettles and all traditional utensils for transporting and storing olive oil. The 4th generation has now taken over the family business and is eagerly continuing the family tradition of olive oil production. In 2014, the family was rewarded for their efforts with the bronze medal for virgin olive oil. The distance from Sutivan is approximately 17 kilometers, which means a 20-minute drive.

 

Modra Spilja: A visit to Modra Špilja, also known as the Blue Cave, is guaranteed to stay in your memory for a long time. It takes about 2 hours to get to Modra Špilja by boat. However, since the journey there leads through untouched nature and the sun is reflected particularly beautifully in the crystal clear water, the time of the crossing flies by. When we got there, we treated ourselves to a delicious lunch at the beach bar in Beševo ​​near the Blue Cave. So after the great lunch we made our way to Modra Špilja.

We were particularly lucky because we had the Blue Lagoon all to ourselves. We swam into the cave and were immediately fascinated by the blue color reflected on the walls. The sunlight reflects off the seabed, bathing the entire cave in breathtaking blue light. The water glitters with a silvery glow. The day came to a perfect end when we watched the sunset on the drive home.

 

Golden horn in bol: Zlatni Rat or Golden Horn is one of the most famous beaches in Brač – and also one of the most beautiful. The gravelly headland protrudes a few hundred meters from the pine forest into the sea. It constantly changes shape due to currents and tides.

On some days the tip of the horn points to the left, then to the right again, on other days the beach is wider, then narrower again. Located 54.4 km from Sutivan, you can reach Zlatni Rat in just under an hour by car.

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Location

Sutivan, Croatia

Retreat

Ertha Lemongarden

A fishing village with five star comfort.  The Lemongarden is not at or in Sutivan, it IS Sutivan – an essential part and the beating heart of the old place.

The bar, the gelateria, the restaurant, the café are right on the harbor promenade, the reception is in a small romantic square a few meters from the sea. The rooms and suites are spread across three lovingly renovated mansions in the center that are more than 300 years old.

When you come home in the evening, you don’t walk through a lobby or along long hotel corridors, but through old alleys through which the residents of Sutivan also stroll home – the same ones you will meet again in the morning at breakfast at the harbor they are just getting into their boats or opening their shops.

The hotel is part of the village and the village is part of the hotel – there is no clear separation between the two. With two exceptions: the blooming lemon garden with the pool and spa is surrounded by a centuries-old stone wall and reserved only for hotel guests. And the beach, just outside the town, is also private.

Included

Not Included

Activities

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Location

Sutivan, Croatia

Retreat

Ertha Lemongarden
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