Croatia villas with pools

Croatia villas with pools

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There is no doubt that Hvar is the most famous island in Croatia accommodation , near the splendor and glamor of the city of Hvar, you have Jelsa, an unusual Dalmatian town with a surprising abundance of natural and cultural assets. Jelsa Croatia is truly a hidden jewel and a great place for family vacations. Beaches in Jelsa (on Hvar) When it comes to beaches, Jelsa has a beach that will suit everyone, and the best part is that it is all nearby. The most popular beaches for families are Mina Beach and Grebišće Beach, and for those without children you can visit the beaches of Zenica or Vitarnja. Swimming in the sea at any of these pristine beaches is pure joy. History of Jelsa dates back to ancient Greeks, and in Jelsa you can find some treasures. Be sure to explore the ancient Greek karaul Tor, where you will experience a wonderful view of Jels and Split, as well as the Roman fort Galešnik. For a unique experience of Jelsa, experience the 500-year-old Easter period "For the Cross". The procession takes place on the Grand Thursday, starting in Jelsa and passing through a total of 6 parishes on Hvar.

Did anyone say that wine from Hvar is the best ?! Sveta Nedjelja is a land of wine. One of the best Croatian wineries is Zlatan Otok, based in Holy Sunday. They have won numerous awards for their excellent wines and this is the Croatian success story. The slopes of the sunny slopes of Croatia villas with pools make it ideal for growing a prominent Croatian red grape variety, Plavac Mali. Be sure to taste the Grand Cru of the Winery Zlatan Otok, the Plavac Mali, which has won several awards, as one of the best winemakers in the Zlatan Otok. A decent meal always goes hand in hand with a glass of good wine. Visit the Restaurant Bilo Idro Sveta Nedjelja Marina, as one of the best restaurants in Hvar. There you can taste the wines in combination with the fresh Hawaiian seafood and experience an excellent day. Beaches in Sveti Nedjelji, island of Hvar After meals, time to go to the beach. Sveta Nedjelja has several picturesque beaches, but is the best beach of Lučišća. The Adriatic Sea is the best on this beach, crystal clear, ready for you and jump into the sea. Sports activities on Hvar Active vacationers can be tempted in a rock climbing sport, available for those with a different level of experience. If you want to go somewhere on a one-day excursion, then head towards the town of Hvar, steal a charming old town or visit Stari Grad, a town on the UNESCO list, to learn some of its history. If this is not enough for you, then wait for your first ferry and head for Split from Old Town.

If you are looking for authentic island experience in the traditional Dalmatian stone town but well connected to the mainland, then look no further than Supetar on the island of Brač. The city is connected by frequent ferry lines to Split, the only city in Croatia that has a replica built in Texas. Beaches in Supetar on Brac With excellent beaches near your private accommodation in a vacation villa, Supetar is a relaxation town with great restaurants, whose most famous son is sculptor Ivan Rendic, whose work can be seen in the city. With so many Split residents who have holiday homes in Supetar because of their proximity, there is also an excellent choice of apartments for rent, both in the old town and in modern complexes. Supetar is the "gate" of Brač, do not miss the historic Škrip and its new olive oil museum nearby, and many tourists continue to destinations such as Bol, Postira and Milna. Festivals in Supetar Book your private accommodation on time and enjoy some of the cultural highlights in the Supetar calendar, including the Sea Pearl culinary festival held in April, the Supetar Film Festival in July and the 'Vo'i'sa' Urban Music Festival in August, while for underwater Fishing enthusiasts need to book their private accommodation at the beginning of July for the national championship of underwater fishing.

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Historical place Blato with an interesting old nucleus, main square and church dating back to the 14th century. century. Many cultural events take place in this area, especially in the summer months. An interesting destination for your day or night visit. In summer, special attention of tourists from the whole island is attracted by the main folklore event, the famous dance with swords "" Kumpanjija "", but there can be found some other kind of entertainment (concerts of popular and folk music or discotheque). Blato is also known for old Croatian churches, a common example of medieval architecture. Crikvenica is located in the village itself and in the vicinity. Some are close to major roads and are easy to visit. More about these churches can be found on Blato - old Croatian churches page. In Blato you can find several quality restaurants and pizzerias. There are also shops with mulberry olive oil and wine and several better-stocked grocery stores. In the morning at the Blat Fishermen you will find quality fish. You will most enjoy the walk with a specific blatant lava lip as well as the side streets that go with the old-fashioned spirit.

Private accommodation on our site can be found using the search engine (private accommodation search) or by direct navigation through the region or place. Inquiries for free accommodation in Babino Polje are sent by contact form, which you access by clicking on 'Contact owner' on each advertisement and all details regarding reservation of accommodation are arranged with the owner of the property, without any agency fees. Okuklje is a village and port on the island of Mljet (South Dalmatia). It is located on the northern side of the island, on the Mljet channel. A very popular tourist destination for nautical tourism because it is located in a protected bay on the island. Nearby is Babino Polje (about 11 km). The economy in Okuklje is based on agriculture, olive growing, fisheries and tourism. Prožura is a village on the island of Mljet. It is located on the north side of the island. The projection is located in the land, and Prožurska Luka was built as a fishing port on the Mljet channel. The inhabitants of Prožura and Prožurska Luka had previously been engaged in agriculture, fishing (due to the proximity of the Prozurka Blatina, the inhabitants had previously been involved in the eel engraving) and the export of their goods to Dubrovnik. In the second half of the 20th century there was a direct boat connection with Dubrovnik but was abolished due to its inability to do so. Today, these two settlements are based on fisheries, catering and tourism.