Holiday House Dalmatia Hvar
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House | 2 bedrooms | sleeps 5
Holiday Robinson House Dalmatia-Jakov- island Hvar, new built Robinson house in Dalmatian style, is situated in a quiet bay on the north side of the island oposite Makarska, above a beautiful stone beach. Close to house ( 250 m away) is the bay with pebble beach,and only 4 houses, one of them is family restaurant with a wide selection of local specialties and small cafe on the beach. The restaurant offers guests the possibility of taking a lunch or dinner.
Robinson house balcony offers a breathtaking view of the sea, island Brac, and the neighboring mountain Biokovo - Nature Park of the famous Makarska Riviera. Whole house is for rant ,with 2 bedrooms, for 4 persons.You can enjoy in fishing so you can always get fresh fish. The island can be reached by ferry from port Drvenik - to port Sucuraj , and it sails every hour. About 50 km from the villa is one of the most popular croatian tourist resort - Hvar town, resort of Holiwood famous actors and businessmen. There is a possibility for renting a boat to make a trips to islands and Makarska riviera.
Robinson House , 2 rooms, 4 bed , for 4-5 Persons.
Fridge on a gass, gass cooker, electric supply by solar panel ( max 0,5 KW),warm water from solar Panels.
Stone beach 10 m away, pebble beach in Pakomina bay 250 m from the house.
dining room, living room and kitchen - one unit; sofa bed for one additional person; with a balcony ; tiled room
kitchen , table and chairs for every person, kitchen utensils, pots, cutlery, etc. provided, dish clothes, gas cooker
own balcony, partially roofed, balcony with sea view, tables and chairs are available for the balcony. Please bring loungers etc., parasols, area of balcony: 15 m2
from the sea: 10 m
from the sea (direct distance): 5 m
from the gravel and stone beach: 250 m
from the concrete beach terraces: 250 m
from the cliff beach: 10 m
from the grass beach: 200 m
from the children's and non-swimmer beach: 250 m
to the centre of Gdinj, Hvar: 16000 m
from the shop: 15000 m
from the restaurant: 250 m
from the hospital: 50000 m
from the chemists': 25000 m
from public transport: 15000 m
from the nearest railway station: 120 km
to the ferry: 35 km
tarred road: 6000 m
|Size||Sleeps up to 5, 2 bedrooms|
|Nearest Amenities||25 km|
|Nearest travel links||Nearest airport: Split 180 km, Nearest railway: Split 150 km|
|Family friendly||Suitable for children over 5|
|Notes||No pets allowed, Yes, smoking allowed|
Features and Facilities
|Rooms||2 bedrooms, 1 bathrooms of which 1 Family bathrooms|
|Furniture||1 Sofa beds, Single beds (2), Double beds (1), Dining seats for 5, Lounge seats for 6|
|Other||Linen provided, Towels provided|
|Outdoors||Balcony or terrace, Private garden, BBQ|
The Dalmatia region
Dalmatia is the largest Croatian tourist region in which there are three large tourist center. The northern section is a three thousand year old town of Zadar in Dalmatia is located city of Split and Dubrovnik in the south, whose growing old part of the town is on the UNESCO world heritage list. Besides these glasvnih tourist centers are located in Dalmatia smaller tourist centers such as Sibenik, Trogir, Makarska and many coastal settlements in the Sibenik, Zadar and Makarska Riviera. In Dalmatia, also located and four Croatian National parks Paklenica, Krka, Kornati and Mljet, numerous speleological diving locations or attractions. Dalmatia is known in the world of tourism and its many islands. In northern Dalmatia, of Kornati and Dugi island with a lake situated at the top of the 146 meter high cliff in central Krapanj Hvar as the most famous and the sunniest Croatian island of Brac with its famous beach Zlatni rat, Solta and Vis. In southern Dalmatia south settled Korcula, Lastovo, Mljet and Elaphite Islands. Peninsula, situated in southern Dalmatia, an important part of the Croatian tourist pound. On the peninsula are larger resorts such as Ston, Orebic or Trpanj many small settlements. Peninsula abounds in vineyards, and as a kind of attraction on the peninsula there is a road with many wine cellars and wines of the highest quality.
The island of Hvar
Hvar, the island in Adriatic Sea , is the longest and the sunniest Croatian island and one of the most beautiful islands in the world. It is a part of the central Dalmatian archipelago with the area of 299.6 sq km (length 68.2 km, width up to 10.5 km) and population of 10,648 inhabitants (2011). Hvar Island is administratively part of the Split-Dalmatia county in Dalmatia, Croatia.
The major places (all on the coast of the island) are: the town of Hvar, Stari Grad, Jelsa, Su?uraj and Vrboska. Other places on the coast are: Milna, Sveta Nedilja, Ivan Dolac and Zavala. Places which aren't on the coast are: Brusje, Grablje, Selca kod Starog Grada, Dol, Rudina, Vrbanj, Svir?e, Vrisnik, Pitve, Humac, Poljica, Zastražiš?e, Gdinj, Bogomolje and Selca kod Bogomolja.
Island Hvar is separated from the island of Brac (by the Hvar Channel), from the island of Vis (by the Vis Channel), from the island of Kor?ula (by the Kor?ula Channel) and from peninsula Peljesac (by the Neretva Channel), while the east cape of the island (Su?uraj) is located just three nautical miles away from the mainland (Drvenik on Makarska Riviera). In front of the western part of the southern coast of Hvar are Pakleni Islands (Pakleni Otoci), and in front of the middle part the island of Š?edro. A crest stretches across the middle part of the island, with the highest peak Sveti Nikola (St. Nicholas) (628 m); north of it is the fertile Big Field (Velo Polje). The northern coast of the island, with the spacious Stari Grad Bay and a number of coves, is much more indented than the southern.
The island Hvar is famous for its pleasant Mediterranean climate. The island is characterized by gentle winters, warm summers and many hours of sunshine (2,718 hours a year). Maximum temperatures are never too high to render agriculture impossible (the highest recorded temperature of 37°C was reached in 1935). An average air temperature in the winter months is 9.1°C (in January 8.4°C, in July 24.8°C). Snow occurs very rarely; in January there are three snowy days in ten years and in February only one.
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15 Jul 2014
"Living next to a construction site"
We had looked forward to a very quiet holiday and had especially pointed this out when booking the place 2 months in advance. At no times were we told that literally 5 m away from the house was a new … More
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