At the eastern entrance to the Old Town sits this beautiful house, originally built in the 18th century. This elegant and attractive property only 200m from the beach can host up to eight persons in its four bedrooms, expansive lounge and dining areas, a historic frame, and a contemporary present. There is also a gym, sauna area, and outside pool for guest’s pleasure.
The villa spreads over 2 floors with a surface of 300m2, with four double bedrooms and en-suite bathrooms, a fully equipped kitchen, a separate comfort dining area, and a living room.
Two of the four bedrooms, one of the master, are on the ground floor. All bedrooms have en-suite bathrooms and are spacious. Equipped in high-quality bed and bed ware, sophisticated lighting, and neutral décor, these rooms grow on you in no time. The two bedrooms on the upper floor have slanted ceilings integrated into the design.
The focal point of the outside area is the intimate dining terrace overlooking the fortress, the eastern tip of Lokrum, and the blue Adriatic Sea.
The terrace comes with a dining table for 8 persons, a lounge corner with sun loungers, and an outdoor swimming pool and wellness annex at the end of the villa courtyard offering refreshment comprising a gym, hot tub, sauna, and bathroom.
Things to see and do:
Dubrovnik is a city rich in history and its lives it every day with the buildings and monuments inherited from their coloured past. We have listed the beautiful and important sights that we think you should visit on your villa holiday.
City Walls –The ancient city walls have been there for hundreds of years and are TripAdvisor’s number 1 listed thing to do in Dubrovnik. It is an experience like no other and offers an amazing view of Dubrovnik and its surrounding areas, especially if you climb the Minčeta which is the highest point.
Fort St Lawrence – Also known as “Dubrovnik’s Gibraltar” this impressive fortress was built for the purpose of keeping out the Venetian Republic and soon became a symbol of freedom. Above the entrance, there is an inscription that reads “Freedom is not to be sold for all the treasures in the world”. Now it is used for performances during the Dubrovnik Summer festival and has become of the world’s best stages for the performance of Hamlet.
Onofrio Fountain – Italian architect Onofrio Della Cava built the fountain in 1438 after new waterworks were built in the city and provided Dubrovnik with water. It was used until the early 19th century until the arrival of modern plumbing.
Rector’s Palace – This palace, which palaza sponza
is both Gothic and Renaissance was built in the 12th century and housed Dubrovnik’s Rector. Over the years the palace was damaged by earthquakes, gunpowder explosions or fires and has undergone various reconstructions. Today you can see the historic building as well as the museum that holds many ancient artefacts.
Sponza Palace – This Gothic-Renaissance palace served for a variety of public functions including a customs office and the mint. Now, it is home to the city archives which hold many precious documents dating back to the 12th century and Memorial Room of Dubrovnik Defenders who fought in the war of independence.
Lazareti – The Lazareti was used as a quarantine in ancient times for those who were travelling from lands where there could be contagious illnesses. It was Dubrovnik’s defence and considered one of their greatest inventions. Travellers could be help for up to 40 days before they were allowed into the city. Now, it is used to house performance groups, craft workshops, concerts, and nightclubs and is a great source of entertainment if you are visiting Dubrovnik.
Dubrovnik Cathedral – The Cathedral of the Assumption of the Virgin has been rebuilt numerous times and majorly rebuilt after the 1667 earthquake. Inside the Cathedral Treasury, there are relics of St Blaise and a number of impressive paintings that date back many centuries.
Srđ – is a mountain behind the city of hill srđDubrovnik and can be visited on foot, by car or cable car. At the top of the mount is Fort Imperial, which was built during the Napoleonic Wars and was used during the War of Independence. As well as being historically important, it offers amazing views of the walled city of Dubrovnik.
Trsteno – is the oldest arboretum in this part of the world and was built in the late 15th century. It consists of beautiful gardens, an impressive fountain displaying Neptune and is considered a protected natural monument. It was also used for filming the Game of Thrones series.
Mljet National Park – Mljet is the most forested Croatian island and one of the best preserved in the entire Mediterranean. There is also a 12th-century Benedictine Monastery on St Mary’s Island which is impressive to view.
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