60 m² pool, jacuzzi, 100 m² terrace with wooden outdoor table, sauna, small gym, wine cellar, multifunctional sports field, 9 bedrooms, 10 bathrooms (9 private bathrooms)
This bright and airy villa, tucked away in the sleepy seaside village of Vinisce, lies within easy access of the UNESCO protected town of Trogir as well as the pretty coastal town of Primosten.
Stunning lovely stone 4 bedroom villa with heated swimming pool located in Mlini is an irresistible blend of old and new, romantic and cozy.The villa position ensure spectacular view on Adriatic sea.
Modern luxurious beach side villa Golden A with swimming pool in Slatine - EOS - CROATIA
Luxurious and modernly furnished holiday villa Bianca with swimming pool located in Kaštel Stari
Luxurious villa Magic with 7 bedrooms, private pool and seaview for 12 persons on island Čiovo near Trogir
Luxurious seaside villa with heated pool near Trogir
Luxurious and seaview 5 star villa Magic on island Čiovo near Trogir for 10 persons
Luxury 5 star villa Magic with pool and seaview for 14 persons on the island Čiovo near Trogir
Five star villa to rent in Trogir for 14 persons
Luxurious elegant four star beachfron villa Golden B with swimming pool in Slatine, Čiovo
Elegant beachfront four star villa Golden D with swimming pool located in Slatine
Luxurious villa Magic with seaview and private pool for 6 pax on island Čiovo near Trogir
Modern charming holiday villa Amaro with swimming pool located in Kastel Novi
Villa Paradise is a luxurious holiday villa with private pool and jacuzzi situated just 10 m from the beautiful pebble beach.
Villa Prima Vista is a newly built and superbly decorated holiday villa located in a picturesque village of Okrug Gornji on island Čiovo
Modern and elegant villa Panorama with roof terrace equipped with pool and a jacuzzi for 9 persons
Superbly decorated luxurious villa located in Tatinje, Čiovo with swimming pool and jacuzzi
Villa Green Oasis is a charming holiday house situated in a quiet and peaceful area of Kaštel Novi, 2 km away from the beach and the city center.
5 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms, tavern, 5 air conditioners, 32 m2 pool, fireplace, WiFi, SAT-TV, 2x dishwasher, 2x washing machine, private parking, garden
This semi-detached holiday home, done up in rural style, is located in a small village in central Istria.
Surrounded by a beautiful flower garden, this functionally decorated holiday townhouse is located. It is an ideal starting point for numerous excursions and tours to interesting places in the area.
In the small and peaceful village of Cokuni is located this sympathetic terraced house.
In a small village of Marčenegla, in the heart of Istria, this beautiful holiday home is located and it is an ideal choice for those who love active tourism, adrenaline and motorcross terrain.
This small studio house near a road is located in the village called Sisan. The house is furnished in a simple and functional way. You can enjoy the chirping of birds.
This lovely, semi-detached house in the typical style of the region is in a small place. It is a 20-minute drive from the beautiful beaches. On the ground floor, there is a kitchen, a dining room.
Spend a relaxing holiday in this holiday home in the village of Bertoši, not far away from Pazin. Experience romantic starry nights and escape from the stressful everyday life.
Not far from Vela Luka is located this Robinson type holiday house. It is ideal for a romantic couple who wants to spend their holiday away from the noise and stress of everyday life.
Not far from the town of Žminj, in the heart of Istria, this simple and functionally furnished detached apartment is located. The plot is shared with the house owner.
This lovely holiday home with large grounds is located in the picturesque hinterland of Istria. The property is shared with the apartment CIL101 and the landlord’s wine cellar.
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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.
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!
Take a look at our blog posts about where to go in Croatia and what to do on your holiday in Croatia.
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