Cosmic Villas is delighted to present this peaceful six-bedroom villa, located just outside the Krka National Park, about 20 minutes drive from Sibenik.
The villa enjoys proximity to the countryside and all the attractions of this vibrant coastal city. Featuring an exceptional pool terrace, with a large private swimming pool, where you’ll find a seating area and an array of sun loungers to relax on, while the covered part of the terrace features a lovely dining area.
A barbecue and a play area can also be found in the villas spacious grounds. Bikes are also available so you can discover the area on two wheels.
The villa is suitable for up to twelve guests. As well as the superb outdoor areas, you can enjoy some beautifully styled rooms inside. These include a well-equipped dining area with a wooden beamed ceiling and a cosy lounge with comfortable seating and satellite TV.
Similarly chic, the kitchen is equipped with a large fridge freezer and oven, dishwasher and coffee machine. With air-conditioning and lots of natural light, these rooms all form part of one bright and airy open-plan space.
Ideal for families and large groups, the villa offers six bedrooms, including four doubles and two twin rooms and three bathrooms. All the villa rooms are on one floor, so it’s easy to access the outdoor areas.
Children and pets are welcomed at the property.
This part of Croatia has some wonderful sights to explore, with the stunning waterfalls one of the main attractions of Krka National Park.
This picturesque region is perfect for walking or cycling, while a boat ride along the River Krka will lead you to the old city of Šibenik.
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The villa is a home on a huge for up 12 people, with 6 bedrooms and 3 bathrooms
A city full of historical sights, Sibenik is a fine place to discover the real Dalmatia. Located close to the magnificent Krka National Park and roughly halfway between Zadar and Split, it’s also great for taking a trip to nearby islands or the resort of Vodice with its many beaches.
The Old Town is the part of Sibenik you will want to concentrate on. The city’s finest attraction is undoubtedly the World Heritage Site, St James’ Cathedral. Made entirely of stone, the cathedral dates back to the 15th century and is a fusion of Gothic and Renaissance architectural styles. Its most notable feature is depicting 71 faces on the back wall, some rather grotesque – all were based on real citizens.
Another nod to Šibenik’s past comes in the form of its four forts – St Michael’s, St John, Barone and St Nikola. You will need to take a boat to reach the last one, but the other three are all accessible on foot from the city centre.
St Michael’s Fort has been restored in recent years and now features an open-air theatre. You can also discover the origins of the city at this important landmark. In summer, the nearby Barone Fort doubles as an open-air cinema.
Look out for the St Lawrence Monastery, too – its beautiful garden, laid out in medieval style, is a lovely place to stop. Filled with herbs, fruit trees and colourful plants, local schoolchildren regularly maintain the garden.
Close to the cathedral, you’ll find the Šibenik City Museum, housed in the Rector’s Palace. Also not far away is the Aquarium Terrarium, with tropical fish, lobsters, an octopus and even some lizards.
Visit the city in summer, and you may catch the annual International Children’s Festival, which Sibenik has hosted for more than 60 years – much of the action takes place on the streets so that you may stumble upon musical performances, theatre, dance and all sorts of other family-friendly entertainment.
The city is full of excellent restaurants which showcase the best Adriatic cuisine as well as many others. The region is a major wine producer, so look out for the highly-rated local red, babic.
An excursion out of town to the Baraka Winery will allow you to learn more about Croatian wine, or you could enquire about the list on offer at eateries like Michelin Star Pelegrini. Not only is the food top-notch and the wine expertly selected, but it also has one of the best views of the cathedral you’ll find.
For a day out admiring Croatia’s natural beauty, it has to be Krka National Park. Easily accessible from Sibenik, the park has 17 dramatic waterfalls, biking and hiking trails and endless areas of the countryside – it would take days to see it all. Still, guided tours are available to show you highlights like Visovac Island, the impressive Roski Slap waterfall.