SELECTED AS 1 OF 5 PRETTIEST HOUSES IN DALMATIA. This award winning villa is set back from the street to afford privacy & provides a carefully designed entry in complete harmony with its setting by the sea. It is tucked into the existing pine trees vegetation of a gently sloping triangular lot. Aligned on the n/s axis, the villa offers panoramic view of the sea & direct access to the beach through a typical Med. garden. There is simplicity in the plan of the house which is focused on indoor-outdoor living. Beautiful garden & open sea view meet a 6 m long sliding door linking interior with exterior. Concrete stairs compliment with rich & soft materials: epoxy floors, maple cabinetry & walls, teak railings, engineer stone countertops & designed furniture. Dining & living spaces spill onto broad terrace with sweeping view of the sea. It is an ideal place to enjoy the sea thanks to the jetty, natural stone beach in front of the house & beautiful pebble beach 150m away. *Internet access*
Your stay in the villa: You will be welcome in Slatine by our host who can be reached in case of any problem related to the house during your stay. He can organize different excursions on the sea, discovery of the local islands with their typical restaurants, give you all informations concerning restaurants, sea activities (yachts, speed and sailing boats renting, deep water diving lessons, fishing by night by professional fishermen, scuba diving...), excursions, cultural and recreational visits.
What would be the best period to stay in this villa?
If you don't appreciate hot weather and you prefer to visit Dalmatia with its reach cultural heritage, or like to do some hiking in the nearby mountains with spectacular view, the best time is the spring and the fall. If you want to enjoy warm and clear sea, the best time is the summer. If you are looking for isolation in the house open to the sea, the ambiance and reduced price of winter's period will not disappoint you.
THE VILLA IS AVAILABLE YEAR ROUND.
1 or 1/2 day recommended visits N from Trogir : PRIMOSTEN (33 km), one of the most photogenic spots on the Adriatic coast. SIBENIK (46 km) the oldest native Croatian town. NATIONAL PARK OF KRKA (50 km), the magnificent karsts beauty full of breathtaking scenery of waterfalls, flora and fauna. NATURAL PARK VRANA LAKE (83 km), the biggest natural freshwater lake in Croatia, a paradise for bird watchers and fishermen. NATIONAL PARK KORNATI (Maritime National Park) west of Sibenik and Zadar where you find the organized boat tours, the densest archipelago in the Mediterranean Sea. ZADAR (127 km) with its churches, the Musical Sea Organ (the world's 1st musical pipe organs played by sea and wind. NATIONAL PARK PAKLENICA (138 km), a paradise for hill climbers and hikers, an area of unusual contact between the sea and the mountains. PLITVICE LAKES (226 km) with sixteen small lakes mutually connected with numerous waterfalls, a real paradise for walkers, hikers and nature lovers, any time of the year is a privilege to be around these lakes.
1 or 1/2 day recommended visits S from Trogir: MLINICE PANTAN at the exit of Trogir, the little mills on 12 little sources.THE KASTELA BAY with its position in the vicinity of the world known historical sites is a highlight among all Croatian Yacht Charter regions. SOLIN (23 km) that developed on the ancient Salona, the capital of the Roman province of Dalmatia, with peak time population of 60000 which was 3 times as much as Pompeii had. KLIS (34 km) with magnificent view and the 7th century fortress, one of the most beautifull in Croatia. SPLIT (28 km). VRANJACA CAVE (45 km), one of the most beautiful in Croatia. MOSOR mountains, stretching above Split and Omis,with superb views of Dalmatian islands, Split, Trogir, Kastela..OMIS (45 km) ruled by Pirates from 12th to 14th century. RADMAN MILLS (50 km) the ideal place for all adventure seekers. BIOKOVO NATURAL PARK (81 km) . IMOTSKI (110 km) with BLUE and RED LAKES, the largest sinkhole lakes in the world. MEDJUGORJE (158 km) a very popular among Catholic pilgrims. MOSTAR (205 km)