Brac is the largest island in Croatia (size: 396 km2). It lies just opposite the city of Split, the residence of the regional government of Central Dalmatia. Between Split and Brac there is a car-ferry. The duration of the voyage is 45 minutes. Split has an internationally linked airport, which can be reached directly from Paris, Munich, Augsburg, Vienna, Rome and Moscow, as well as from Zagreb on an inland-flight.
Split and Brac can also be reached ny the motorway (some 400 km from Zagreb), and by ship from Ancona. Brac also has its own airport, which is only a few minutes drive from the municipality of Bol, and is used by charter flights and private planes in the summer.
"Turski Bok" covers 13,5 hectare of land in the South-West of the Municipality of Milna – the most western municipality on the island. The project is only 5 km distance from the center of Milna town, while on its southern side it is situated directly on the seacoast.
Project plans the construction of a tourist resort with approximately 600 beds, with at least 180 beds in a hotel, which may also have more beds as it is possible to construct the hotel on four floors. Hotel project plans 180 beds in 100 rooms.
The vicinity of the sea permits the construction of two small harbors with buildings for restaurants and bars directly on the sea. Furthermore, the project plans the construction of a Dalmatian village, similar in character to the villages on the island, with smaller house and living units, and the accompanying restaurants and bars. On the slope with grand panorama (view that cannot be impaired or destroyed), project plans the construction of 25 large villas in Mediterranean style - each can have 200 and 350 square meters size.