House Tea is situated in the centre of the picturesque village of Pučišća on the island of Brač. It is a traditional Dalmatian stone house, which was renovated in 2010. This charming house can accommodate 3 to 5 people comfortably.
Villa Valentina is located 1 km from the center of Supetar on Brač, in a beautiful bay on the ranch of 2,000 m2 with olive groves and vineyards, organically grown fruits and vegetables for guests, Mediterranean vegetation and plants. It is a traditional Dalmatian stone house located by the sea near the roads along the coast and through the pine woods, olive roads, walkways and trails for recreation.
House Sara is a stand-alone house situated on the slopes of the picturesque village of Selca on Brač, with views of the village on one side and views of the sea on the other. It is a traditional Dalmatian stone house, which was completely renovated in 2004. This charming house can accommodate 6 to 8 people comfortably.
The ultimate in luxury, in a glorious seafront setting, Villa Luna combines the finest in Croatian style with exquisite Balinese interior themes. This new vacation home, is surrounded by spectacular sea view and cooled by constant trade winds.
Villa Ida is located in Milna on the west part of the island of Brac. It is situated in a peaceful pine forest, 200 m from the village centre and it has a wonderful view of Milna and its marina. This charming house can accommodate 6 to 8 people.
Villa Rasotica is situated in the elite western part of the picturesque village of Sumartin on Brač, 100 m from the sea. It was completely renovated in 2009. This lovely villa can accommodate 8 to 10 people comfortably.
Brac Villa Vicina is situated in the very centre of Milna on Brac. It is right at the heart of things, close to restaurants, coffee bars and shops, yet has a private, walled garden which protects it from noise and curious passers-by. As you walk down the steps, stamped with the history of this place, you reach the waterfront, by the crystal clear sea.
Villa Bonaca is situated in the centre of the picturesque village of Sumartin on Brac, right by the sea. Villa Bonaca is a traditional Dalmatian stone house, which was completely renovated in 2004. This charming three-storey house has 3 double bedrooms (two on the first floor and one on the second), a kitchen/dining area on the ground floor, 2 bathrooms with toilets and a separate WC
Villa Lorena with its swimming pool (20 m2) is located in Sutivan, 300 m from the town centre and 500 m from the beach. This charming villa has 2 large garden terraces and a beautiful garden. It can comfortably accommodate up to 8 people.
Villa Oleander is the perfect seaside villa for a private family holiday. Luxurious, spacious and right on the sea, the villa is beautiful. Brac stone terraces and steps lead to the sea and swimming platform. The wooden sun deck and private sitting areas provide spectacular views, dazzling sun and quiet shaded patios for around the clock outdoor living.
Duboka Beach House is private and charming with lovely veranda, terraces, patios, amazing views, natural gardens and local stonework. Perfect for a romantic honeymoon, small family or close friends, the cottage rests among the pines and garden overlooking Duboka Bay and nearby islands. The sunrises, sunsets and moonscapes will take your breath away.
On the southeastern tip of the island of Brac, in the picturesque fishing village Sumartin, there is a stone house called Villa Val. The sea is just a few metres from the south wall of the villa and therefore you can sense the aroma of the sea waves, trees and gravel.
Villa Romanca is situated on the Peljesac peninsula in one of the most beautiful corners of Croatian south. It is a luxurious traditional Dalmatian stone house, located in the unique landscape and it reflects the authentic atmosphere of this beautiful region. It is situated only 30 meters from the sea and surrounded by beautiful vineyards and a breathtaking vantage point.
Villa Lucia with swimming pool is a cosy 2-storey house renovated in 2004. It is located in the resort on a side street, 100 m from the centre of Selca, in a quiet, sunny, elevated position, 2 km from the sea and a pebble beach. The grounds of 2,000 m2 is fenced with a well-kept garden with plants and flowers, round swimming pool, 2 terraces and an outside shower. The house (170 m2) has a south facing position, comfortable and nice furnishings.
Villa Vjeka is situated in the west part of the picturesque village of Sumartin on Brac. It is a traditional Dalmatian stone house, which was renovated in 2011 and furnished with authentic period furniture. This charming villa can accommodate 8 to 10 people comfortably.
The luxury Villa Calista is a superb Croatian villa which offers 4 comfortable bedrooms, private wellness center, big private garage for 6 cars, exceptional private swimming pool and beautiful large garden. Situated in Icici, at the edge of glorious Opatija, in calm and green area and only 150 m from the sea, it is ideal holiday home for Croatian elite villa accommodation.
Moro House is in the heart of the harbor village of Milna, on the island of Brac, just 45 minutes from Split. Milna is alive with yachts coming and going, harborside restaurants, cafes, shops and timeless village life. Over 200 years old, Moro House is one of the original homes in Milna Harbor
Set in 30,000 m2 of private property in the heart of the wine country on Hvar island, Villa Isla is a completely private refuge in the bygone style of a traditional Dalmatian family estate. In the cooler hills above pretty Jelsa harbor
Brac Villa Mirula is situated in the picturesque village of Sumartin on Brac. It was completely renovated in 2009. Brac Villa Mirula can accommodate 8 to 12 people comfortably. Brac Villa Mirula has two apartments divided by outdoor stairs.
Villa Mir Vami is situated in the centre of the picturesque village of Sumartin on Brac.It is a traditional Dalmatian stone house, which was completely renovated in 2009. This charming villa can accommodate 8 to 12 people comfortably.
The property Rokovi Dvori is one of the best examples of rural stone architecture in Croatia. There were four abandoned houses that were renovated to every detail with advice from experts for protection of historic monuments. These four houses are connected to make one stone complex, while on the outside still preserved the original stone architecture.
Villa Tiha is situated in the centre of the picturesque village of Nečujam on Šolta. It is a modern Dalmatian house, which was completely renovated in 2013. This charming villa can accommodate 7 to 9 people comfortably.
Resting just above the crystal water of exclusive Duboka Bay, the villa features pool, lovely views, beautiful mature gardens and natural stone terraces. The villa’s Mediterranean style is spacious and open and designed for casual island holidays with friends and family.
Villa Pia is located in the centre of Sutivan on Brac, near the beach Bunta. It is a traditional Dalmatian stone house. This beautiful villa with a pool of 20 m2 is over 250 years old, and it was renovated in 2011. Villa Pia can comfortably accommodate up to 10 people.
Villa Adereza is a three story exclusively designed summerhouse, situated at the edge of the Adriatic Sea, ultimate in comfort, the true home away from home. A Mediterranean style dominates the interior, dorned with numerous pieces of art by renowned Croatian artists , precious items from the owner's family collection. The villa can accommodate 10 people comfortably
This beautiful Croatian villa is situated in northern Istria. The eastern coastline of the Adriatic Sea is certainly one of the most beautiful and unspoiled in Europe and is enhanced by more than a 1,000 islands.
Villa Svilla is a luxurious structure consisting of five bedrooms and six bathrooms providing all modern comforts for ten people. The ground floor is created for relaxation. This large space is dominated by a sofa and a 55” LCD television set. In addition, on the ground floor there is a bedroom and two bathrooms, one of which has its entrance from the bedroom.
Set in 30,000 m2 of private property in the heart of the wine country on Hvar island, Villa Meneghello is a completely private refuge in the bygone style of a traditional Dalmatian family estate. In the cooler hills above pretty Jelsa harbor, the villa has spectacular views
Villa Sur Mer is a modern seaside villa designed for comfort and use with excellent service. The villa is spacious and open with sea view terraces, beach style and sea views from most rooms. The spacious master bedroom has en-suite bathroom and private terrace overlooking the sea
Villa Paloma overlooks the beach on the lovely east side of Sutivan on Brac island – a beautifully restored Brac village, where you will find local produce market, graceful stone buildings, natural gardens, fresh fish from local fishermen and a lively art community.
House Astrid is a beautiful stone house built in 1877 and completely renovated in 2011. A classic style and original antique furniture dominates the interior, adorned with numerous pieces of art by renowned Croatian artists, precious items from the owner's family collection. The villa can accommodate 10 people comfortably.
A truly Stunning castle that is over 300 years old with 5000m2 garden, was originally built by the Martinis brothers. In the early 18th Century to help protect the split mainland and Islands from pirate attacks. It is a place which vividly evokes visions of teal waters and a landscape dotted with olive trees. The castle can be used as either a 5 o 6 bedroom villa (with or without tower).
Villa Orka can accommodate up to 12 people. In the main house there are 5 en-suite bedrooms with queen size beds (each with TV and phone). A guest cottage has an en-suite room and own kitchen. The outdoor swimming pool (heated) is asymmetrically shaped (circular waterfall, fountain, whirlpool for 6 people with a table in the middle).
Croatia , also called the Kingdom of Croatia, is located in Central Europe. For a very long time people did not know or travel to the area from countries other than those surrounding. But with the advent of the internet as well as many viable ways that media comes into your house, these areas are wide open to new travelers from countries all over the world. The area is rich with beaches, local foods, local shopping, and amazing architecture. Some of the best examples of that can be found in the old Medieval Castles and Cities that dates back to the great Kings and Queens of the Centuries before. These are remnants of a very strong and diverse culture, looking to get out and be free from its neighbors, which finally happened in 1989 after much upheaval over the years.
Now a safe and wonderful place to vacation, those same cities such as Opatija and Istria, are places of great wealth in history and in the new money flowing into the cities due to investors and tourism. These areas have beautiful homes, overlooking the ocean, with amazing design and features not found in many places, other than the resorts around them. The owners of these sprawling villas found peace and tranquility a big draw.
Croatia is new and exciting, offering travelers great scenic trips, restaurants, night clubs, yachting adventures and more. These areas are bustling with big city fever and ready to strike out on their own as the “place to be.” Visit the city of Zagreb, Dubrovnik, Split, Kvarner, Northern Dalmatia, Central Dalmatia, Southern Dalmatia, Inland Croatia or Istria on the Coast.
We hope you enjoy Croatia!