Gea Viva base in Milna, Island Brač
The Gea Viva site is located in Milna on the island Brač. The nearest city is Split, which can be reached by plane, coach, rail (from Zagreb), ferry (from Ancona) and by car. The coach and rail stations are in the port, for transfers from the airport of Split to the port by coach, please allow at least one hour, by taxi 45 minutes after landing.
Take the passenger ferry to Milna (Krilo Jet) or the car ferry to Supetar (Jadrolinija) and then the bus to Milna (Autotrans). During the main season, there are about six buses per day to Milna, out of season approximately four on weekdays and two on Sundays.
There is a daily passenger ferry to Milna during the high season via the islands of Mljet, Korčula and Hvar. In case you travel by car, the ferry between Makarska and Sumartin on Brač operated by Jadrolinija might also be an option.
Buses for Milna leave behind the main Jadrolinija ticket office.
During the tourist season, taxis are on standby next to the Jadrolinija ticket office.
If you come by car, follow the signs to Milna. When descending into Milna, there is an unfinished brick house to your right. After 200 metres turn left onto the narrow concrete path. At the T-junction turn left and follow the main concrete path up the hill, which turns into a gravel road. This takes you to the lower corner of the Gea Viva site.
In case you drive a lorry or large van, descend into Milna to sea level, then turn left, driving up the serpentines, turn left at the junction (towards Maslinova), then left again onto a gravel path, then right up the hill at the T-junction, which again takes you to the corner of the Gea Viva site.
From the passenger ferry terminal it takes approximately 20 minutes to walk all the way to Gea Viva. Head for the village along the sea front, pass the church and walk up to the bus stop.
From the bus stop it takes 10 Minutes to Gea Viva. Follow the road to Supetar, then take the first turning to the right - a narrow concrete path. At the T-junction, turn left and follow the main concrete path up the hill, which turns into a gravel road. This takes you to the lower corner of the Gea Viva site.