This beachfront villa is a traditional Dalmatian stone house situated right by the sea in the small place of Okrug Gornji (2 km), on the island of Ciovo, just 5 km from the center of the Unesco protected historic city of Trogir.
The villa is located just 30 meters from the sea and has direct sea access.
This charming two-story house has 4 bedrooms, a kitchen/dining area on the ground floor, 2 bathrooms, a large pool area garden with a private pool and parking for 2 cars.
On the ground floor, there is a living area with a fully equipped kitchen and dining area with a table and chairs. On the same floor, there is one bedroom with a double bed and a bathroom.
The rest of the bedrooms (3) are located on the first floor. One bedroom has a double bed, the second is with two single beds (twin bedroom) and the third one is with one single bed. On the same floor, there is a bathroom and as s bonus, a working space in the hallway.
The villa is ideal for family holidays or groups of friends who want to spend time together while enjoying the natural bounties. Those who prefer more entertainment and activity can easily visit Split, Dubrovnik, and other authentic Dalmatian towns.
|Distance to the centre||5 km|
|Distance to the sea||30 meters|
|Nearest airport||10 km|
|Nearest beach||30 meters|
|Nearest pharmacy||2 km|
|Nearest restaurant||2 km|
Nestled on the island of Čiovo, Okrug Gornji is a captivating coastal town that perfectly blends historical charm and modern amenities. With its crystal-clear waters, sun-kissed beaches, and rich gastronomic scene, this Croatian paradise offers an unforgettable experience for all travelers.
Breathtaking Beaches and Natural Wonders
Copacabana Beach: Soak up the sun on the golden sands of Copacabana Beach, Okrug Gornji's most popular spot for swimming and sunbathing. Enjoy crystal-clear waters, rent a beach chair, or indulge in watersports such as jet skiing or paddleboarding.
Mavarstica Bay: For a more secluded experience, head to Mavarstica Bay, a hidden gem with turquoise waters and serene surroundings. Ideal for snorkeling and diving, this picturesque spot offers a glimpse of the Adriatic's underwater world.
The Path of Health and Friendship: Hike or cycle along this scenic route that connects Okrug Gornji with the neighboring town of Trogir. Offering stunning views of the coastline, this trail is perfect for nature lovers and outdoor enthusiasts.
Rich History and Cultural Heritage
Church of St. Charles Borromeo: Visit this beautiful Baroque-style church, constructed in the 18th century, and admire its striking architecture and exquisite frescoes.
Trogir Old Town: A short trip from Okrug Gornji, the UNESCO-listed Trogir Old Town boasts stunning historic sites such as the Cathedral of St. Lawrence, Kamerlengo Fortress, and the Cipiko Palace.
The Museum of Okrug: Learn about the history, culture, and traditions of Okrug Gornji at this small but informative museum featuring exhibits on local crafts, artifacts, and customs.
Culinary Delights and Local Flavors
Okrug Gornji, a charming coastal town in Croatia, offers visitors not only picturesque landscapes and historic sites but also a thriving culinary scene. From traditional Dalmatian dishes to international cuisine, there's something to satisfy every palate. Discover the top restaurants and local delicacies that make Okrug Gornji a food lover's paradise.
Must-Try Restaurants in Okrug Gornji
Konoba Tomic: This family-run tavern is known for its authentic Dalmatian dishes prepared with locally sourced ingredients. Taste their signature dish, Peka, a slow-cooked blend of meat, seafood, and vegetables under a bell-like dome.
Leonardo Restaurant: Located near the beach, Leonardo offers a diverse menu with a strong emphasis on seafood. Indulge in fresh oysters, grilled fish, or their famous black risotto with cuttlefish ink.
Pizzeria Mario: For a casual dining experience, head to Pizzeria Mario and enjoy their mouthwatering wood-fired pizzas topped with the freshest ingredients. Don't miss their unique Dalmatian pizza with prosciutto, olives, and anchovies.
Bistro Alka: Perfect for vegetarians and meat-lovers alike, Bistro Alka offers a mix of international and traditional Croatian dishes. Try their hearty goulash or flavorful risotto with asparagus and shrimp.
Local Delicacies to Savor in Okrug Gornji
Pašticada: This traditional Dalmatian dish features slow-cooked beef in a rich sauce of red wine, prunes, and root vegetables. Often served with homemade gnocchi, Pašticada is a must-try during your visit.
Soparnik: This savory pie is a local favorite, filled with Swiss chard, onions, and parsley. Enjoy Soparnik as an appetizer or a light meal at any of the local bakeries.
Fritule: Don't leave Okrug Gornji without sampling these bite-sized doughnuts, deep-fried and dusted with powdered sugar. Often infused with brandy, lemon zest, or raisins, Fritule make for a delightful dessert or snack.
Rakija: Round off your meal with a glass of Rakija, a traditional Croatian fruit brandy. Flavors vary from grape, plum, or apricot, and can be found in most local bars and restaurants.
Discover the delicious flavors of Okrug Gornji by exploring the town's vibrant culinary scene. With our guide to the best restaurants and local delicacies, your taste buds are sure to be satisfied during your stay in this beautiful Croatian coastal town.
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|Rate summary||€350 - €600||€2,450 - €4,200||-||7 Nights||-|