Villa | 3 bedrooms | sleeps 7
A newly built, three bedroom, three bathroom air conditioned villa with large private pool and walled garden, BBQ, internet access. Pet friendly, plenty of parking. About 15km from Porec. Sleeps 7.
A lovely villa for 7 people, comprising of 157 square metres of living space and 1400 square metres of stone walled garden with lawn, trees and Mediterranean herbs. The villa is positioned between Rovinj, Porec and Vrsar, three wonderful seaside towns well worth exploring. It is traditionally built with Istrian stone, with covered loggias and terraces. Stylishly fitted out inside, and with a fabulous pool, it provides a relaxing holiday with fun days out and a few minutes' drive to nice beaches.
A terracotta tiled open space living area has a large pale brown leather sofa, satellite TV/DVD player, internet access and is very tastefully furnished with plenty of light and doors opening out onto the garden and pool. A modern cream kitchen is fully equipped with a fridge/freezer, dishwasher, cooker, hob, coffee maker, kettle and cooking utensils, plates and glassware. The kitchen has a breakfast bar provided with bar chairs. The dining area has a table which can sit eight people. On the ground floor also is a bedroom with exposed stone bricks, oak flooring and rustic comfortable wooden beds, a desk, all bed linen and towels provided bathroom.
Upstairs there a two bedrooms with beautiful wood flooring and a pleasant rustic feel to them. One is a double and the other triple, since it has one double and one single bed. There are two shower rooms upstairs, with nice modern tiles and ceramics, and plenty of towels.
The house looks like an old farm, surrounded by a large safely walled garden. The big swimming pool measures 9 by 4.5 metres and has a massage apparatus ideal to chill out and have fun in the pool. There is a covered dining area, barbecue and a nice outdoor sofa and armchairs, all designed to give you maximum comfort.
Nearest beach 10km in Vrsar
Nearest shop 7km
Nearest restaurant 7km
Nearest airport Pula 44km
|Size||Sleeps up to 7, 3 bedrooms|
|Family friendly||Great for children of all ages, Suitable for people with restricted mobility|
|Notes||Pets welcome, No smoking at this property|
Features and Facilities
|Luxuries||Internet access, DVD player|
|General||Air conditioning, TV|
|Utilities||Dishwasher, Cooker, Fridge, Freezer|
|Rooms||3 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms of which 1 Family bathrooms and 2 Shower rooms|
|Furniture||Single beds (3), Double beds (2), Dining seats for 8|
|Other||Linen provided, Towels provided|
|Outdoors||Private garden, BBQ|
The Istria region
Central Istria is often compared to Tuscany. The undulating landscape with vineyards, olive groves, woodlands and river valleys is studded with numerous hilltop towns and villages, many originating from the medieval period and earlier and almost all offering spectacular vantage points over the surrounding countryside. The guide books pick out the hilltop towns of Motovun and Groznjan but there are many others worth exploring and we will provide you with our own suggestions of places off the usual tourist routes that should not be missed. These medieval settlements have charming village houses, squares and alleyways and in towns like Oprtalj and Motuvun more imposing architecture and fortifications.
To the east side of Istria the old town of Labin and the hilltop village of Gracisce are worth visiting.
Excellent wines are produced in the area and well marked wine routes lead you through charming countryside to wineries where you can sample some of the best Croatian wines. Notable are the Kozlovic and Markezic wineries.
The west coast of Istria is within easy reach. Many of the towns on this coast are communities first established in the Roman era or earlier but the dominant influence that can be seen today is Venetian. Most of the major coastal towns were under the control of the Venetian Republic during the medieval period. At the northern end of the coast the charming town of Novigrad is worth visiting; it has an attractive harbour crowded with local fishing boats and an old town surrounded by fortifications and on the outer side (away from the harbour) a lungamare (promenade) providing a pleasant walk along the coast and an ideal place to sunbathe and swim.
Further down the coast Rovinj is unquestionably the most picturesque of the medieval Venetian towns on the Adriatic. Every guide book features the colourful facades of the tightly packed houses that encircle this tiny peninsula with the cathedral of St Euphemia and its dominating 60 metre bell tower standing over the town.
Other coastal towns well documented in guide books are Porec, Umag, Vrsar and Piran in Slovenia. On the east coast of Istria, Opatija provides a contrast with its grand villas built in the 19th century for the Austro Hungarian aristocracy, a delightful lungamare (promenade) and some fine restaurants.
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