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Couple from Coleraine, United Kingdom October 2018

Excellent holiday. Many thanks to Patricija and Niksa for all their help and advice. They are a most helpful couple, nothing was too much trouble for them and it was a pleasure staying at their villa. The location is ideal, in the countryside but close to a wonderful small secluded beach, the airport, Cavtat and restaurants, traditional dancing and museum in Cilipi. It is central and easy travelling to many attractions including Budva, Kotor and bay in Montenegro, Trebinje in Bosnia and off course old town Dubrovnik (take the boat from Cavtat). Thoroughly recommended and we hope to return in two years time.

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Family from Manchester, United Kingdom September 2018

The villa is well presented, clean and well-maintained. The facilities are, generally, adequate although we would have expected that each apartment would have a kettle. When we asked about this the explanation was that there was a coffee machine and a kettle in the lower apartment, and that they were for BOTH apartments. This meant that the people using the upper apartment had to come downstairs whenever they wanted to make a hot drink - even late at night or early in the morning, which was very inconvenient. We were surprised that there was no frying pan, and that the range of glasses was limited, although there seemed to be enough plates for twice as many guests. Most villas we have stayed in previously also had a microwave cooker and a toaster and these would have been useful as well. The wi-fi router sits in the upper apartment and when the connection dropped (t at least 8/9 times during our 2 week stay) the people in the lower apartment had no control and had to go up and ask for the router to be re-booted. If the top and bottom apartments were ever rented separately – or, particularly, if the lower apartment was rented by itself and no-one occupied the upper apartment they would presumably need to get the owners to attend when a reboot was required. Access to the villa was down a VERY steep access road. Had we arrived after dark I would have found this quite intimidating. The steepness of this road is not mentioned in the villa details. This also meant that it was not possible for us to walk even to the nearest restaurant as several members of our party were unable to manage the climb. The same was true of the steps to the beach. This is described as being 70 metres away, but there is no mention of the 100+ steps in that 70 metres. One attempt was enough to rule out using that route to the restaurant on the beach. In our opinion, this villa should have a ‘car recommended’ status, unless all members of the party are able to cope with steep walks. Whilst the sanitary facilities for the campsite are mentioned in the villa details, it was not clear, despite several attempts to clarify the situation, before we travelled, that this was actually the ground floor of the villa itself. We had come to the conclusion that it was the building next to the villa, (which seems to be the abandoned previous shower block.) As it turned out, this did not affect our enjoyment of the villa, but we would have preferred it if this had been made a little clearer. The area outside the villa had a table and benches, but only one sun lounger, which meant that it was impossible for more than one person at a time to spend any time relaxing there. There was no brochure for the villa, or any leaflets about local attractions. These would have been helpful in planning our time in Dubrovnik. Such things as bus and ferry timetables, information about local attractions such as museums, galleries etc. would have been very welcome. Overall the villas was a comfortable and pleasant place to stay and its location (apart from the steepness of the site) was what we had expected. A little more attention to some of the issues noted here would make the experience even better.

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Family from South Croydon, United Kingdom September 2018

Our host Miho was charming and went out of his way to make our stay a memorable one. From picking us up at the airport to giving us a very helpful guided tour around the immediate location showing us the supermarket, ATM, beaches, public carparks and local restaurants. He was always on hand to give us any further information over the course of the week. The villa is set on a steep hillside providing the most amazing views and stunning sunsets. The pool, gardens and house function brilliantly for a family group like ourselves who choose to barbeque in some nights and eat out others. The villa is extremely well equipped and in close proximity to Dubrovnik, Cavat and Lokrum island all of which are well worth a visit.

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Friends from Frinton On Sea, United Kingdom May 2017

Wonderful stay at the villa, welcomed by a friendly couple who offer complimentary wine and are always at the end of the phone - especially when you run out of drink ... wink wink! Very minor issues with the property like finishing touches for example plugs sticking out the wall and not a great choice of drinkware I.e glasses/mugs etc... Great secluded area with no one bothering you AT ALL!!! There are cats in the local area some are friendly and some are just scared but enjoyed letting them have some treats. Overall 10/10 would and will definitely use again.

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Villas on the Dubrovnik Riviera

Dubrovnik, the “pearl of the Adriatic”, is a real life fairy-tale destination for your villa holiday in Croatia; overlooking the calm blue sea, enclosed by thick 13th century stone walls, with marble streets, fountains, medieval houses and ancient palaces. 

The city’s Old Town offers a fascinating day out, with historic landmarks and museums within easy walking distance of one another, but whilst it is easy to feel whisked back in time in these surroundings, Dubrovnik offers a wealth of modern comforts too – stylish boutiques, fashionable bars and high-quality, yet inexpensive, restaurants. 

Located in the southern part of Croatia, the Dubrovnik Riviera is one Europe’s sunnier destinations, and outside the city, pine, cypress and oak forests along with pretty beaches and coves offer a relaxing villa holiday setting. Experience sublime views of the Dalmation Coast from a cable-car, or escape from the city bustle to the secluded island of Kolocep for a romantic seafood dinner overlooking the turquoise sea, or walk through the pine forests to the scenic crescent bay of Lopud Island.


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What to Do in Dubrovnik For a 2 Week Holiday

What to Do in Dubrovnik For a 2 Week Holiday

Croatia is the trendiest European holiday destination going. Dubrovnik - with its enchanting and ancient old town, Game of Thrones appeal, clear turquoise sea for swimming, and islands full of natural beauty - is the ultimate Croatia holiday hotspot. With so many things to do and see, we can see why. Holidays can pass you by so quickly. Before you know it, you're back home and wishing that you'd made better use of your time away from it all. So we've created a list of 14 things to see and do when you visit Dubrovnik for 2 weeks. That's one activity per day...

Culture and history in Dubrovnik

Culture and history in Dubrovnik

Croatia’s charm and mystique can be seen in every facet of modern-day life in Dubrovnik. The unique blend of sheer beauty and intrigue leaves every traveller with a deep feeling of awe, hypnotised by the city’s bewitching beauty. But, once you’ve finished aimlessly wandering around taking in the crystal-clear waters of the Adriatic Sea and the captivating architecture, where can you go to experience the wonderfully unique culture of Dubrovnik and learn a little about how this city came to be?