|Minimum Stay||5 - 7 nights|
Villa Lucia is a newly built stone villa with an architecture style where the contemporary and traditional intertwine, which gives a graceful eye pleasing look. The accommodation capacity is enough for two families with a full comfort with all of the modern appliances, air- conditioning, 4 bedrooms with bathrooms, and another washroom placed in the ground floor. Two extra beds or cribs are available upon request, as is the baby feeding chair. The location of Villa Lucia is really good because it's in the quiet part of Vodnjan, a little town only a few kilometers away from the sea, and there is a wonderful sea view from the villa, as well as the islands Brijuni and the nearby city of Pula.
Lovely Istria purchased this villa in 2009
Beautiful location surrounded by the calm of nature and with the seacoast view
Charming, romantic ...
Villa Lucia is only 10 kilometers away from Pula, the largest city of the Istrian peninsula that has some amazing attractions. The monuments from the antiquity, medieval and Austrian period are the reason to visit Pula. Its most famous building is Arena, one of the best preserved amphitheatres in the world built in the 1st century for spectacular gladiator and wild animals fights. Today it's used for many interesting events, such as the Film Festival, concerts by international stars, gladiator games reenactments etc. The Arch of the Sergi is worth visiting as it's considered as one of the most beautiful ancient arches, and also the famous mosaic 'Punishment of Dirce' discovered by chance after the WW2 bombing. From the Venetian fortress on Kaštel there is a panoramic view of Pula.
Veli Brijun, the largest island in national park Brijuni is approachable by boat from Fažana, a place that used to be a fisherman village, but today is turned towards tourism thanks to the beauty of its beaches, promenades and the vicinity of Brijuni. Everyone that ever visited Brijuni and enjoyed the calmness of walking through the paths surrounded by woods and meadows with grazing deer has witnessed their uniqueness. Thanks to the Austrian industrial Paul Kupelwieser that bought the islands in the late 19th century Brijuni have this unique appearance. How he turned a neglected island into an elite resort and other fun facts can be learned during the island sightseeing with a tourist train.
Vodnjan is a little town that still has an appearance of a compact medieval place where representative palaces from various eras can be found, for example the palace of the Bettica Counts dating in the year 1300. But what stands out in Vodnjan is the church of st. Blaise that is first in Istria not only in one category: it's the largest and the tallest church in Istria, it has the tallest church tower modeled by the Basilica of St. Marco in Venice and has the richest collection of sacral art in Istria and widely known Vodnjan mummies.
Vodnjan area has the most preserved kažuns (little stone houses) in Istria, around 3000. It also has a little church of st. Fosca, as some say, built on a location of certain energy radiations. Its reputation has traveled a long way, so it's visited by many pilgrims and all of the others attracted by its positive energy.
The weekly price includes: 7 nights accommodation, initial and final cleaning, garden maintenance, gas, water, electricity, tourist tax, registration fee, laundry (towels and linen), air-conditioning, internet access.
Refundable damage deposit (Paid on arrival) € 400,00 - damage deposit will be completely refunded to resident in the case that all conditions of the lease are met upon their departure.
One well behaved dog is welcome with an extra cleaning charge of 50 Euros per week.