Luxury villa with pool within walking distance to Dubrovnik Old Town

Villa in Croatia, Dalmatia, Dubrovnik
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  • Sleeps
    14
  • Bedroom(s)
    7
  • Bathroom(s)
    7
  • From €1,550

Description

This 7 bedroom villa sits in an elite and private residential neighbourhood of Dubrovnik, within walking distance to Dubrovnik and the magnificent Old Town.

Quite comfortably, Villa Lilian can host all types of small groups, such as families, groups of friends, smaller business and private events.

Unaltered for the majority of the 20th century, recently the villa was carefully restored and brought back to its former glory. Whilst the detailing in the villa evokes traditional 19th century, the villa itself has all modern amenities and comforts including all appliances and full air conditioning.

Villa Lilian has a spacious garage with 4 parking spots. From the garage, take the elevator to the conference room two levels up or enter through the main gate.

With access to a car you can easily explore the other beautiful Croatian cities nearby. Better yet, get a ferry and explore nearby islands such as Hvar and Brac.

The level above the garage holds two independent accommodation units – one suite and one bedroom with a bath. Both share a large stone terrace overlooking the historic University of Dubrovnik.

Main building
Ascending to the master house level, the promenade in front of the house is shaded by vines and a lush bougainvillea tree. The promenade runs between the sauna on its right end and another independent suite on the left end, featuring shade, seclusion and an intimate atmosphere.

Entering from the front promenade, immediately under the bougainvillea shade in thisluxury Croatian villa, the ground floor level is an open area hosting common spaces.

To the left, a custom designed and fully equipped home kitchen is highlighted by the central, large dining table. To the right is the living room with a fireplace and TV.

First floor
On the first floor there are two bedrooms with adjacent bathrooms. The bedrooms have a mirror layout with views of the Villa’s gardens. The rooms have incredibly spacious bathrooms with double lavatories, one with a bath, and the other with a walk-in shower.

Second floor
Leading up to the second floor, the historic wooden staircase diverts half-way. This exits onto a small bridge leading to the terraces above the master house. The second floor layout is very similar to the first, with a central, wood-lined reading area and two double bedrooms on each side, both with a walk-in shower bathroom.

While the room facing the west overlooks the gardens, the room facing the east enjoys mesmerizing panoramas of Dubrovnik’s Old Town.

Terrace
Below the suite on the left side of the house you can take advantage of a fully equipped professional kitchen and open grill area. Also outside is another dining area where you can enjoy dining al fresco while soaking in the picturesque Croatian surroundings. This Dubrovnik villa benefits from a large private pool and ample sunbathing space.

Location

Distance to the centreDubrovnik670 meters
Distance to the sea490 meters
Nearest airport22 km
Nearest bar150 meters
Nearest beach700 meters
Nearest ferry port3 km
Nearest marina84 km
Nearest restaurant200 meters
Nearest shop300 meters

Neighborhood

Welcome to Dubrovnik, the enchanting city on the Dalmatian coast that has captured the hearts of travelers from around the world. With its rich history, stunning architecture, and beautiful beaches, Dubrovnik is a must-visit destination for any traveler.

Exploring the Old Town: A Step Back in Time
A visit to Dubrovnik wouldn't be complete without exploring its well-preserved Old Town. Surrounded by massive stone walls, this pedestrian-only area is home to numerous architectural wonders, including the iconic Pile Gate, the Rector's Palace, and the beautiful Dubrovnik Cathedral. Stroll along the main street, Stradun, to experience the vibrant atmosphere, and don't miss the chance to walk atop the city walls for breathtaking panoramic views of the Adriatic Sea and the red-tiled roofs of Dubrovnik.

The Majestic Lovrijenac Fortress: A Sentinel Above the Sea
Perched on a rocky cliff overlooking the sea, Lovrijenac Fortress is an imposing structure with a fascinating history. Known as "Dubrovnik's Gibraltar," this fortress was crucial in protecting the city from potential invaders. Today, it serves as a unique venue for cultural events, particularly the renowned Dubrovnik Summer Festival. Don't miss the opportunity to explore this historic site and enjoy the spectacular views of the city and the sea.

Lapad Beach: Sun, Sand, and Relaxation
For those seeking a day of relaxation and fun, Lapad Beach is the perfect destination. Located in the picturesque Lapad Bay, this sandy beach offers crystal-clear waters, sun loungers, and numerous cafes and restaurants nearby. Whether you want to bask in the sun, take a dip in the Adriatic, or try your hand at some water sports, Lapad Beach has something for everyone.

Lokrum Island: A Tranquil Escape
Just a short boat ride from Dubrovnik's Old Town, Lokrum Island is a lush, green oasis that provides a peaceful escape from the bustling city. Explore the island's botanical garden, discover the intriguing history of the Benedictine monastery, or simply relax on one of its rocky beaches. The island is also home to a colony of friendly peacocks, adding to its enchanting charm.

Indulge in Dubrovnik's Culinary Scene
Dubrovnik's culinary scene is a delightful fusion of traditional Croatian dishes and Mediterranean flavors. Sample local specialties like black risotto, made with squid ink, or savor the fresh seafood at one of the many konobas (traditional restaurants) found throughout the city. For a unique dining experience, head to the charming alleys of the Old Town and enjoy a meal al fresco under the stars.

The Scenic Dubrovnik Cable Car
For a memorable experience and unbeatable views, take a ride on the Dubrovnik Cable Car. Ascending from the Old Town to the peak of Mount Srd, this exhilarating journey offers panoramic vistas of Dubrovnik's terracotta rooftops, the sparkling Adriatic Sea, and the surrounding islands. At the top, you can also visit the Homeland War Museum, which provides insight into Dubrovnik's recent history.

Game of Thrones: Follow in the Footsteps of Your Favorite Characters
Dubrovnik's striking scenery and medieval architecture have made it a popular filming location for numerous movies and TV shows, most notably HBO's hit series Game of Thrones. Fans of the show can embark on a guided tour to visit iconic filming locations such as the Red Keep, the House of the Undying, and the setting for the infamous Purple Wedding. As you explore, you'll not only learn about the city's connection to the show, but also delve deeper into Dubrovnik's rich history and culture.

The Maritime Museum: Dubrovnik's Seafaring Past
Housed within the impressive St. John's Fortress, the Dubrovnik Maritime Museum offers a fascinating look into the city's maritime history. With exhibits showcasing ship models, maps, and nautical instruments, visitors can trace the evolution of Dubrovnik's naval prowess and its role as a major player in Mediterranean trade during the Middle Ages and beyond.

A Day Trip to the Elaphiti Islands: Pristine Nature and Hidden Beaches
For a change of pace, consider a day trip to the stunning Elaphiti Islands, an archipelago located just off the coast of Dubrovnik. Comprised of several idyllic islands, the Elaphiti Islands are the perfect destination for a day of beach-hopping, swimming, and exploring. The most popular islands to visit are Koločep, Lopud, and Šipan, each offering its own unique charm and beauty.

A Taste of Culture: Dubrovnik's Vibrant Festivals
Throughout the year, Dubrovnik plays host to numerous festivals and cultural events, showcasing the city's artistic and musical talents. The most famous of these is the Dubrovnik Summer Festival, which features a diverse program of theater, dance, music, and opera performances at various locations throughout the city. Other notable events include the Dubrovnik Film Festival, the Libertas Jazz Festival, and the Good Food Festival.

With its captivating history, stunning architecture, and irresistible charm, Dubrovnik is truly a destination like no other. Whether you're exploring its ancient walls, basking in the sun on its pristine beaches, or indulging in its vibrant culinary scene, there's no doubt that this enchanting city on the Adriatic will leave a lasting impression.


Dubrovnik, the enchanting city on the Dalmatian coast, is not only renowned for its historic charm and stunning architecture but also for its vibrant culinary scene. The city boasts a delectable fusion of traditional Croatian cuisine and Mediterranean flavors that will delight food lovers of all kinds. In this blog post, we'll introduce you to the top 10 restaurants in Dubrovnik, where you can indulge in mouthwatering dishes, fresh seafood, and warm hospitality.

Restaurant 360°
Perched atop the historic city walls, Restaurant 360° offers a unique dining experience with panoramic views of the Old Town and the Adriatic Sea. The restaurant's innovative menu combines traditional Croatian ingredients with contemporary techniques, resulting in a truly memorable gastronomic journey.

Nautika
Nestled by the sea near the entrance of the Old Town, Nautika boasts a spectacular terrace with views of the Lovrijenac Fortress and the city walls. The restaurant's menu focuses on fresh seafood and traditional Dalmatian dishes, perfectly complemented by an extensive wine list featuring Croatian and international selections.

Pantarul
A favorite among locals and visitors alike, Pantarul offers a relaxed and cozy atmosphere, along with a menu that emphasizes fresh, seasonal, and locally sourced ingredients. With dishes inspired by Mediterranean and Croatian cuisine, Pantarul's creative menu will delight your taste buds.

Konoba Dubrava
Located on the slopes of Mount Srd, Konoba Dubrava is renowned for its traditional Croatian fare, particularly its signature dish, peka. Peka is a slow-cooked meal, typically featuring meat or seafood, prepared under a bell-like lid covered with hot coals. The restaurant's rustic atmosphere and breathtaking views make it a must-visit for an authentic Dubrovnik dining experience.

Proto
Established in 1886, Proto is one of Dubrovnik's oldest and most respected restaurants. Situated in the heart of the Old Town, Proto is famous for its fresh seafood dishes, including the highly recommended fish platter. The elegant setting and impeccable service ensure an unforgettable dining experience.

Bota Sare
Located in a charming square within the Old Town, Bota Sare specializes in oysters and seafood, sourced from the nearby region of Ston. The restaurant's menu features a variety of seafood dishes, sushi, and sashimi, all skillfully prepared and presented in a stylish and modern setting.

Taj Mahal
A hidden gem in Dubrovnik, Taj Mahal offers a unique culinary experience with its Bosnian-inspired menu. The cozy and inviting atmosphere, along with dishes like cevapi (grilled minced meat sausages) and burek (a savory pastry), make it a popular choice for those seeking something different from the typical Mediterranean fare.

Azur
Tucked away in a quiet alley of the Old Town, Azur offers a fusion of Mediterranean and Asian cuisine, resulting in a delightful blend of flavors. With a variety of tapas-style dishes and a laid-back atmosphere, Azur is the perfect spot for a casual meal with friends or family.

D'vino Wine Bar & Restaurant
Situated in a charming side street of the Old Town, D'vino is the ideal destination for wine enthusiasts. The restaurant offers an impressive selection of Croatian wines, paired with delicious sharing plates and tapas. Don't miss their signature truffle pasta, which has earned rave reviews from diners.

Kopun
Located in a historic square near the Jesuit Stairs, Kopun is dedicated to preserving traditional Croatian cuisine. The restaurant is named after its signature dish, kopun, which is a roasted capon, or castrated rooster, prepared using a centuries-old recipe. With a focus on local ingredients and a warm, inviting atmosphere, Kopun offers diners an authentic taste of Croatia's culinary heritage.

From the freshest seafood to innovative fusion cuisine, Dubrovnik's dining scene offers a diverse array of flavors to suit every palate. Whether you're seeking a romantic dinner with a view or a casual meal in the heart of the Old Town, these top 10 restaurants in Dubrovnik are sure to provide a memorable culinary experience. So, during your visit to the Jewel of the Adriatic, be sure to indulge in the city's gastronomic delights and embark on a culinary adventure like no other.

Details

Property type
Villa
Bedroom(s)
7 Bedroom(s), 14 Sleeps
Double bed: 5
Twin beds: 2
Bathroom(s)
7 Bathroom(s)
Bath: 3
Shower: 4
View
Sea
Swimming pool
Holiday type
Close to the beach
Close to the sea
Close to town
Family
Groups / Families
Luxury
Access
Garage
Private car park
Parking
4 Cars
Garage attached
Entertainment
Stereo
TV
TV SAT
General facilities
Free Wifi
Internet
Sauna
Swimming pool (private)
Swimming pool (shared)
Indoor facilities
Coffee machine
Dishwasher
Fireplace
Freezer
Fridge
Fully equipped kitchen
Hair dryer
Highchair
Iron and Board
Microwave
Tumble dryer
Washing machine
Outdoor facilities
Balcony
Garden
Garden furniture
Terrace
Services
Babysitting
Car hire on request
Child friendly
Final cleaning included
Linens provided
Soap and shampoo
Tourist tax included
Towels provided
Transfer on request (extra)
VIP Services
Local activities
Cycling
Diving
Hiking
Sailing
Snorkeling
Swimming
Watersports
Wine tasting

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Rates

-Nightly rateWeekly rateMonthly rateMin. StayChange-over
WeekWeekend
Rate summary €1,550 - €2,850 - - 5 Nights -

Policies

Check in: 17:00 / Check out: 10:00
Included in price: Tourist tax, internet access, swimming pool maintenance, bed linen and towel exchange once a week, house manager, private concierge, parking place and garage

Additional fee: Extra daily cleaning, chef, waiter, butler service, pre-stocking, porter upon arrival and departure, breakfast, babysitter, taxi transfers land and sea, car rental, boat/yacht and sailing boat rental, arranging excursions
Suitability
Pet friendly: No
Smoke: No smoking inside
Children: Yes, great for kids
Long term rentals: Yes
Elderly or infirm accessable: Yes
Wheelchair friendly: No

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