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Reviews of our villas in Croatia
We have 76 reviews of our villas in Croatia.
An excellent holiday. Miho, the owner/our host, was best, very informative and generous throughout. The villa is the most well equipped we’ve stayed in and is situated in a very quiet, beautiful location. Ideally situated to explore the local villages and Dubrovnik’s only a short distance on the ferry or even hire a small boat (discounted for miho’s guests). If you’re going to holiday in this area stay in this villa, excellent value. Many thanks Miho, great time.Read more
Fantastic property with all the facilities to keep all 9 of us ranging in age from 4 to 50 entertained for a weeks stay. The pool is gorgeous, the pool table was used regularly for tournaments, skittles, bowls, mini Golf, football, the gym, badminton and water polo... a week wasn’t enough to get it all in!!!. Beautiful choice of areas to sit and relax and the bbq and dining area above the outbuildings is fantastic to sit and watch the sun go down behind the mountains. We have several amazing pictures of sunsets. We loved being very rural and quiet but within 15-30 mins you can reach one of the local supermarkets and again one of the beautiful local beaches. Would recommend Brela or Makarska especially if you have children who want play areas, inflatables in the sea or jet skis and pedalos. The welcome and tour of the facilities was fab and Sonja and her father were most helpful and kind. A perfect big group family holiday home. Highly recommend and we really didn’t want to go home. Beautiful part of Croatia and Split airport is the quietest, cleanest and most relaxed airport to use.Read more
Genialer Ort um abzuschalten. Alles sehr sauber und gepflegt. Die zwei getrennten HA¤user sind mit grA¶AYeren Kindern toll. Sehr gepflegte Anlage und toller Pool. Wer Ruhe abseits der Touristenorten sucht ist doch perfekt aufgehoben. Great place to switch off. Everything very clean and well-kept. The two separate houses are great with older children. Very well-kept area and great pool. If you are looking for peace away from the tourist places is perfectly stored.Read more
I have stayed in studios before that compromise in certain areas, this studio is purpose built and perfectly formed. The perfect amount of space and all the utensils etc you need for your stay in a self catering property. Also plenty of towels, hairdryer etc. We hired a car and although there is a parking space just down the road, getting in and out using the one way road was sometimes daunting - to be fair this would have been a lot easier if our hire car company hadn’t provided us with a juggernaut of a car that we did not ask for! You do not need necessarily need a car, there are several nice beaches in walking distance as well as a couple of restaurants. We spent a lot more time in the property than we had planned as it is just so lovely and peaceful. The garden area is large with lots of olive and fig trees and sitting listening to the birds and the sea was wonderful. It also provides privacy from the pathway below. We spent most days visiting the nearby beaches on foot and wondering back to the studio when we got too hot or just fancied being in the wonderful space. We had bbqs most nights and the facilities were spot on. Silvio met us on check in and was really helpful and kind, easy to get hold of for check out and if we had needed anything throughout our stay, but we didn’t as everything was catered for. I would definitely recommend staying here and would love to return for another holiday if I have the chance. Oh, Dubrovnik is a short distance away, we took the local boat taxi that picks up/drops off just down from the studio as recommended by Silvio and was the perfect way to get in and out of the city. But dragging ourselves away from Plat was hard as it is just so lovely. 10/10Read more
Our stay was absolutely fantastic. we didn’t venture out of the villa as we had everything there that we needed. I recommend you have a car to go out to the supermarket as it is quite hilly and a good walk away. The villa was so clean, modern, and very upmarket I can’t fault it in the slightest in fact we didn’t want to come home it was that nice. We went as a family ageing from 5 right through to 72 and we all enjoyed ourselves.Read more
Excellent villa. Very clean and spacious. Local agent very helpful and attended to all our requests We arrived around 1am and property was hard to locate up a dark road with no signage. Located next to a commercial lorry unit and opposite a car garage which wasn't advised in the initial advert hence a little disappointing. Nearest shop is around 2 miles away in Pazin butl cafe close by and grill restaurant. Only major point of note was the cleanliness of the pool which was green for a number of days and took around a week to get clear. Disappointing for the kids and could have been a health danger. Local agent acknowledged the problem which was rectified albeit we did lose a number of days of pool usage over the 2 week break. Property next door (same owner) had a similar issue and they demanded a refund. Not sure how we stand here for and compensation. . All in all great villa and lovely country. Recommended.Read more
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Villas in Croatia
Situated northwest of the Balkan Peninsula, Croatia is one of the most popular summer holiday destinations in Eastern Europe. Not only does it have a rich and colourful history, it is home to over 1,000 Mediterranean islands, boasting beautiful Renaissance and Gothic buildings, lush Natural Parks and sweeping white pebble beaches and coves, where the sparkling waters are calm and piercing. Laze the day away on the Dalmation coast, explore the historical wonders of Dubrovnik and Split, or follow the party crowd in Hvar with its atmospheric port and lively bars and restaurants. Discover a meandering, mountainous landscape, where the Dinaric Alps stretch all the way from Italy to Albania, while the long coastline of the Adriatic Sea offers a 1,800km slice of paradise for the perfect summer escape.
Beautiful Croatia has so much to offer, from its sun-drenched, pebbled coastline on the Adriatic Sea, to its exquisite architecture and remnants of past civilisations. Catering to all types of holidaymakers, explore the great outdoors with an array of natural parks, laze the day away on one of the picturesque coves of Dalmatia or learn about the history of Croatia with its many old towns, museums and galleries.
Key holiday info
- Split is Croatia's main airport. Flights from the UK and mainland Europe take 3.5 hours.
- July and August are the hottest months with an average high of 29°C.
- The average sea temperature during the hottest months of July and August is 24°C.
- Croatia is renowned for its music festivals, from upbeat tempo Sonus in August to the mellow, holistic crowds at Obonjan.
- Don't miss the mighty Diocletian's Palace in Split, once home to 4th century Roman Emperor Diocletian. Look out for glimpses of it in scenes of Game of Thrones!
- Become one with nature at Plitvice Lakes Natural Park in central Croatia, boasting 295sq. km of forest, 16 lakes and a 78m-high waterfall.
Where to go in Croatia
The Dalmatian coast ranges from smooth pebble coves to fine sandy beaches, stretching along the western tip of Croatia. Its main city Split, is brimming with UNESCO Heritage Sites and excellent museums. Spend a day island-hopping, watch the world go by along Hvar's lively port, or visit one of the beautiful seaside towns such as Zadar and pine-clad Makarska, where unspoiled nature and culture comes together. Must-sees include Dicoletian's Palace in Split and the Cathedral of St. James in Sibenik.
Mixing ancient and modern, Croatia's second largest city is lively with bars and restaurants. Aside from its beautiful coast, must-sees are the incredible Diocletian's Palace, the Gallery of Fine Arts and the historic fortified old town.
This lively southern Croatian city is known for its medieval and Renaissance architecture, as well as its beautiful pebble and sand beaches. Stroll along the ancient 16th century city walls or watch the world go by along its busy port. From its 16th century walled old town to its art galleries and fantastic Banje beach, the town of Dubrovnik is one of the most popular holiday destinations in Eastern Europe, described as 'the pearl of the Adriatic Sea'. Situated in southern Croatia, it boasts beautiful architecture, picturesque limestone streets and stylish seafront bars and restaurants. Experience the best views of this incredible town from a cable car, or from the world's smartest street bench, Steora, with its high-tech phone charging, solar-powered energy!
Vibrant Hvar enjoys the sunniest climate, fabulous pebble coves, lavender fields and, of course, its iconic hilltop fortress. Take a boat excursion to the Pakleni Islands and revel in the nightlife scene centred around the port.
An hour's drive from bustling Split, this stunning resort town in central Dalmatia is a paradise of natural beauty, boasting an unspoiled setting, ancient sights, lively nightlife and a picturesque horseshoe bay.
Famous for being the home of Plitvice Lakes Natural Park, with its fairy tale-like caves and waterfalls, Central Croatia is a region of rural, natural beauty, with an idyllic landscape of gently rolling hills, ancient forests and meandering rivers. Overlooking the Sava River, the capital Zagreb is Croatia's cultural heart, scattered with Baroque buildings, medieval towers and ancient cathedrals. Zagreb Cathedral and The Museum of Broken Relationships are just two examples of the uniqueness of this fascinating city!
Did you know...
- Croatian currency is called Kuna.
- The name Dalmatia sound familiar? That's because Croatia is the home of those beautiful spotted dogs known as Dalmatians!
- Byron described Dubrovnik as 'the pearl of the Adriatic Sea', while Alfred Hitchcock once said Zadar town has the best sunsets in the world.
- Croatia boasts 1,246 islands and inlets. No wonder it's such a popular beach destination!
- Croatia's stunning landscape boasts 11 nature parks, 8 national parks and 2 nature reserves.
- The Egyptian Sphinx in Split is over 4,000 years old, brought over by Emperor Diocletian.
Take a look at our blog posts about where to go in Croatia and what to do on your holiday in Croatia.
8 February 2019 Posted in Top Lists, Destinations
Croatia is filled to the brim with history and culture and, of course, some outstandingly beautiful beaches. But everyone knows that right?! Well, I bet you didn't know these 10 fun facts...
29 March 2019 Posted in Top Lists, Destinations
Croatia - that strange-shaped country in the shadow of Italy's boot - definitely shouldn't be overlooked. It has all the typical features of the Med - the balmy weather, ancient walled towns, and sapphire seas - but its stunning natural beauty and quirky culture is guaranteed to knock your socks off. We've made a list of things you might not know about Croatia...
8 February 2019 Posted in Family Holidays, Inspirations
Croatia is a dazzling destination, offering a wonderful combination of all the allures of travel; history, culture, beaches, gastronomy, and natural beauty. There is no wonder why its popularity has risen so dramatically in recent years. Whether you are venturing to it's glittering coast or inland to some of it's illustrious cultural cities, here are 8 landmarks you just must see when visiting Croatia...
8 February 2019 Posted in Family Holidays, General
Craving a bit of Croatia? We knew you'd come around. Nestled between the Balkans and central Europe, Croatia is a natural beauty that is fast becoming a family favourite destination. Luckily for you all, we're here to show you around...
8 March 2019 Posted in Family Holidays, Top Lists
Ready for a city break? Why not pack your weekend bag and head to one of Croatia's cities where you can explore ancient ruins, wander through cobbled streets admiring the charming architecture or spend some sunny days relaxing on the beach?
8 February 2019 Posted in Inspirations
A holiday in Croatia involves swimming through the clear turquoise waters, discovering ancient mediaeval cities, and exploring the natural and beautiful lush green national parks. Think sun-drenched beaches, incredible seafood and delicious wine and a villa holiday in Croatia could be perfect for you. With a wide range of landscapes, coastal areas and cities to visit, Croatia has recently become one of the most popular holiday destinations in Europe. Trust us, when you've seen these pictures, you'll understand why...
5 March 2019 Posted in Family Holidays, Destinations
Famous for its gorgeous orange-topped cities and Adriatic coast, Croatia has left more and more sun-seekers bessotted by its charm and beauty with every year that passes. Whilst there is no denying the allures of its mainland escapes, its islands are patiently waiting for their deserved time in the limelight...
11 March 2019 Posted in General
Australian-born travel blogger 'Being Erica' has recently returned from a trip to Croatia. She ventured to the Split Riviera, a place of rustic beauty fused with a contemporary style. You can discover over 2,000 years of history and Split is listed as a UNESCO world heritage site. These are some of the things you can expect when staying in a Clickstay apartment in Seget Donji.
27 February 2019 Posted in General
Dubrovnik is the crown jewel of Croatian cities, nestled behind a brick wall in the Adriatic Sea it oozes a bewitching beauty. The city is an UNESCO listed site and was once the capital of the wealthy sea-faring Republic of Ragusa. But, today it brags of crystal waters, white sandy beaches, charming Baroque architecture and surrounding mountains. It’s the ultimate Croatian adventure and a dream come true for those hungry for something new. Here’s a few things you can expect to find on your next trip to Dubrovnik.
14 March 2019 Posted in Top Lists, General
Believe the hype, as Croatia headlines the European festival scene. Come summertime, this corner of the Balkans buzzes with a mishmash of melodies often against impressive backdrops. So, grab your glowsticks, as we've lined up 5 of the best music festivals around.