Cosmic Villas is delighted to present this utterly beautiful with divine views over the sensational bay of Rabac.
This stunning property includes a beautiful swimming pool, a fantastic jacuzzi, a sauna and a fabulously well-equipped gym with climbing wall.
Guests staying in this luxurious, property are in for a real treat. The villa offers absolute seclusion, tranquility and the most extraordinary panorama. With four beautiful bedrooms, the villa sleeps eight guests.
Located in the popular village of Rabac, once a simple fishing village, Rabac is now a fabulous holiday resort with a pretty, white pebble beach offering numerous watersports, a delightful waterfront promenade, a harbour offering boat trips over to the island of Cres and a fantastic selection of seafood restaurants.
The villa enjoys a prestigious, exclusive position enjoying endless views of this gorgeous coastline and the vivid blue sea.
With fashionable styling and an open plan design, the villa flows beautifully bringing the outside in and enjoying luxurious living and bedroom spaces. Every corner of this impressive villa enjoys a fabulous sea view.
Floor-to-ceiling doors feature thoughout the property and allowing access to the villa’s stunning, spacious terraces.
The living area enjoys a feature fire, opulent sofas, gorgeous wooden floors, a beautiful dining area and a divine, swirling staircase leading to the upper floor.
The glossy white kitchen has a breakfast bar.
The villa enjoys a fantastic gym which is very well-equipped and enjoys exceptional views out to sea. Next to this is the beautiful, ultra-modern sauna, again with glass walls all around offering fantastic views of the swimming pool terrace and the sea.
All bedrooms have kingsize beds, adorned with exquisite linens, fabulous views, access to the beautifully furnished upper terrace and there are three immaculate, stylish bathrooms.
The master bedroom suite even enjoys a small kitchen area and dining table, perfect for making your early morning cup of coffee which you can then enjoy sitting on the terrace.
The outside spaces are simply spectacular, with a magnificent alfresco dining area under a pergola, and an impressive open barbecue in the garden area, a splendid infinity pool, a jacuzzi, an alternative terrace alfresco dining area and an outstanding range of deluxe outdoor lounge furnishings.
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The property is located just a 14 minute walk from Rabac’s beautiful beach.
Rabac is a peaceful resort with an excellent choice of gourmet restaurants, a beautiful, bustling promenade and its stunning Girandella Beach which is set in a sheltered cove and proudly waves a Blue Flag.
The beach boasts cafes and restaurants and a wonderful choice of watersports including jet-skis and banana boats. It also offers a fun inflatable iceberg sea playground which is a great hit with youngsters.
Boat trips sail from the harbour to the island of Cres where you can see a 120-strong school of wild dolphins playing in the water.
Cres Island enjoys an intoxicating wild, natural allure. The northern half of the island is cover with dense hornbeam, oak, elk and chestnut forests.
It also boasts a craggy coastline of soaring majestic cliffs, hidden coves and ancient hilltop towns including the Medieval village of Lubenice. There is an excellent visitor centre in Beli where you can see giant griffon vultures.
Just above Rabac is the charming hilltop town of Labin. Labin is divided into two parts, the Old Town which is a network of winding, cobbled streets and quaintly restored pastel houses overlooking the Kvarner coast and a new town which is brimming with independant shops at the bottom of the hill.
If you climb up to the Fortress Fortica at the top of the town you will enjoy the breathtaking panoramic view of the rocky Cres Island and Rabac.
Labin enjoys a wonderful selection of coffee shops, fine seafood restaurants and a rich cultural life including summer concerts and festivals, wonderful jazz and classical music.
From the villa, you can easily visit Pula along the main road. Pula is situaed in the valley of seven hills. The town is a warren of pretty cobbled streets meeting fascinating Roman buildings. Its famous ampitheatre was built between 27-68AD and rivals Rome’s Colosseum.
It is the only remaining Roman ampitheatre in the world with a complete circle wall. Pula is also famous for its amazing, electric festivals including Dimensions and Outlook.
The gorgeous Venetian Old Town of Rovinj is another popular excursion where you can wander among the artist’s workshops and galleries on Grisia Street, enjoy coffee stops and delight in the brilliant views from St Euphemia’s Cathedral.
Rovinj was originally an island but 250 years ago the narrow channel was filled in. The town is an active fishing port so you will see the fishermen come in if you are there at breakfast time.