Gea Viva Tent



Tent at Glamping, Your impact host is Sabine

2 persons

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About your accomodation

At our eco retreat camp Gea Viva you will experience true and simple eco-living, and immerse yourself in the beauty and peace of nature! Located in an olive grove, 15 minutes walk from the nearest beach and the harbor village of Milna, island Brač, Croatia, our spacious eco retreat camp is designed according to Permaculture principles. Gea Viva is off-grid and water is supplied by a rainwater tank.We have two screened-off outdoor showers, two compost toilets, solar panels to produce electricity, a shared outdoor kitchen, which is fully equipped and also has a fridge as well as a Yoga dome you can use.As we are in nature, there are all sorts of insects, chickens, two dogs, a cat and a donkey. The glamping huts have small terraces with sea views

Your overnight stay supports

a small permaculture farm where young adults learn about sustainable living.

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    We offer Yoga classes on Monday and Thursday evenings.

    In the vicinity, there are beaches, the harbor village Milna (shops, restaurants, cash point, public transport), walking trails and boat, car, bicycle and scooter hire.

    We also have a range of home-made products such as soaps, creams, massage oils and pickled olives.


      €43 /
      per night


      How to get there

      The nearest airport is Split. From there, take one of the passenger ferries to Milna on the island Brac (Krilo Jet or TP-Line which continue to Dubrovnik), Krilo Shipping Company via Rogac on the island Solta) or the car ferry to Supetar (Jadrolinija) and then the bus to Milna (Arriva).During the main season, there are about six buses per day to Milna, out of season approximately four on weekdays and two on Sundays. From Dubrovnik, there are daily passenger ferries to Milna (Krilo Jet and TP-Line) via the islands of Mljet, Korčula and Hvar during the Summer.In case you travel by car, the ferry between Makarska and Sumartin on Brač operated by Jadrolinija might also be an option. Busses operate from Supetar to Milna (Arriva) and there are six busseeach way during high season


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      • English
      • German
      • Croatian


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