|Minimum Stay||1 - 2 nights|
Villa Irena lies in the very centre and historical core of the town of Hvar. It lies only 20 meters from the main waterfront (riva), the sea and the promenade, where yachts and boats from all over the world dock in the summer. The magnificent Baroque stone balcony offers a breathtaking view of the waterfront, the boats in the harbour, Fortica Fortress, as well as Pakleni otoci, a group of islands that gives Hvar a special atmosphere
The villa was built in 1612, during the Baroque period, when Venice exhibited a strong influence on the entire Adriatic area. Today, it is under the protection of the Institute for the Protection of Cultural Monuments. It was first owned by the well-known Stajlia (Stalio) family from Hvar, which engaged in financial business . For a long time it was owned by the Marchi family, one of the oldest Italian families in Hvar. The villa, along with the Gothic house and garden was fully renovated in the period from 2007 to 2009 according to the instructions.
The town of Hvar is the island's main centre. It is situated on the southern, sunny side of island, and can boast of having 140 year old tourist tradition. The beginnings of tourism on the island of Hvar are truly mythical, from Ancient Greek visitors to medieval scientists from Austria and Germany. Back in 1868, the Hygienist Society was founded in Hvar, with the aim of building a contemporary health resort. This marked the beginning of organized tourism on the Mediterranean.
The rich history and culture of the town of Hvar is visible at every step. Make sure to visit Fortica Fortress, the Cathedral of Hvar, the Franciscan monastery, and one of the Europe's oldest public theatres, established in the year 1612.
For those interested in culture, the town of Hvar also offers numerous cultural events, shows, exhibitions, concerts, music and folklore events. Numerous cafés, terraces with music, bars and night clubs will provide plenty of fun and entertainment.
|Fees||No additional mandatory fees|
Basic services (included in the price):
the use of all facilities – swimming pool, sauna, etc.
water, electricity, gas, regardless of the season
bed linen – changed once a week, if necessary more often
towels changed on a daily basis
soaps, shampoos, shower gel
use of washing machine, dryer and iron
luggage delivery from the parking lot to the house and vice