Villa Mediterranea is a spacious holiday home furnished tastefully, the interior mixes its authentically old past with exposed brick walls plus modern furniture and all new appliances. Whilst the interior is very comfortable and welcoming you will more than likely find yourselves spending balmy evenings outside cooking at the summer kitchen, dining at the large outdoor table and days relaxing in a hammock on the second large terrace. The location of the villa is great, just 200m from the promenade in the centre of Split, and 400m from the nearest beach. Parking is possible in the street outside. Access to the house is via an old stone gate, up a short flight of stairs and into the garden with its lawn and shrubs, flowers and trees. From the covered terrace area you enter the house. On the ground floor is a large living/dining room and kitchen, 1 double and 2 single bedrooms and bathroom. In the attic studio apartment are 3 single beds, kitchenette, shower room and lounge area.
Getting to the property: Getting there is easy by car or by flying. Split airport is 25 km away.
Directions to the Property: Trogir Dalmatian Property Management office will supply you with photo directions how to get to the property. You will be greeted at the villa by the English speaking owner who can tell you all the best places to visit and help with any enquiries. You will feel completely looked after.
In a case you need anything else DPM personnel will be happy to help.
Split offers something for everyone, including history buffs, fashionistas and foodies. While it is best known for the Diocletian's Palace, the impressive Medieval walled city built around the 1700 yr old ruins of the Ceasar's Palace, the city also offers excellent galleries, shops, restaurants and cafes. An ideal day can be spent getting lost in the maze of cobbled alleyways before settling into an evening of excellent outdoor night life.
Don't miss the seafood market, located on Marmontova. Even if you don't care to cook on holiday, the busy feel of locals hustling to purchase the freshest fish is entrancing. But be sure to wake up early as the market closes at 11:00am. The fruit and vegetable market is an equally colourful experience.
A holiday in Split makes for an ideal home base for exploring the islands of Brac, Hvar and Korcula. Northern Dalmatia is also within easy reach by car or bus. Split lies approximately 4 hours from both Dubrovnik and Zagreb.
Other Activities: Night life - open air live music, discos, bar life
|Fees||No additional mandatory fees|
The security deposit/returnable bond of 300 Euro and local tourist tax 1 Euro per adult per day payable in cash on arrival.