Buoy field in Milna (Brač) on the island Brač, Central Dalmatia, Croatia
Rated 4.1/5 based on 11 customer reviews 4.1 (11 reviews)
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The 16 red buoys in the eastern part of the bay are operated by Sime and his wife Renata Kovačić, who are also owners of the restaurant Lučice. In the very popular Lučice bay on Brac, there are two buoy fields operated by different owners. Only the red buoys belong to the restaurant Lučice. Sime is professional fisherman and the menu is accordingly. There are fresh fish, octopus, various types of Peka (on reservation only), lamb and veal meat or pasta with lobster. The Lučice is of the three restaurants in the bay probably the most favorable one with good quality.
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October 1, 2018
Nice protected bay, good service from the handler. But stay away from the Restaurant, it must be the most expensive restaurant in Croatia, and is by no mean exclusive or anything. We rather walked the 30 minutes over to Milna.
September 14, 2018
Lovely bay but was a disappointing and expensive restaurant experience
August 8, 2018
Bad food and very expensive!!! No more fish ,no more dessert, it has been our worst experience in Croatia ! We pay for a buoy 350 kuna only in cash and the equivalent of 50 euros per people for only grilled squids and pasta with mussels and a bottle of wine !!! Only in cash too! The perfect SCAM!
August 28, 2017
Very attractive sheltered bay, good for swimming. On arrival the owners come out in a RIB and guide you onto a buoy. Expensive mooring - HRK 350 for a 40ft boat. Essential to book a table at the restaurant and in spite of what it says in the mysea description no discount for the mooring fee was offered on the bill. The food is rustic but excellent, especially the freshly caught fish. A word of warning - there is no menu or price list - you are expected to trust the restaurant not to rip you off, but this place charges extortionate prices, especially for the wine. If in doubt ask before ordering. Also check that you have actually had everything listed on the bill - another table had a dispute about what they had eaten. Overall a beautiful spot and well worth an overnight stop, but sadly the greed mentality does leave a slightly sour taste.
August 8, 2017
Das Restaurant wurde seit Mai 2017 verpachtet, daher eine andere Qualität. Gute Bucht, meist gute Bojen Befestigung, jedich das seit Mai 2017 unter neuem Pächter stehende Restaurant Smerce ist noch lange nicht in Höchstform. Verbesserungefähige Speisenqualität und erheblich überteuerte Preise dazu. Gut ist ja auch hier die Trennung von Bojenkosten und Restaurant, aber dann müssen auch die Verzehrs kosten runter, in anderen Buchten schafft man das deutlich besser