Seafront villa with pool
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Villa | 3 bedrooms | sleeps 8
Beautiful villa with 3 bedrooms,2 bathrooms,kitchen ,living room, teraces and patio , fully newly equipped with great sea views in modern style. Perfect for romantic and family holidays. Internet, parking,cable tv...
"Villa Becir " is modern style villa, located in Molunat village, built and furnished to a very high standard resulting in a totally relaxing atmosphere of peace and comfort. Completed in July 2012.
“Villa Becir ” is spacious enough, offering kitchen, open dining/lounge area with fireplace, 3 double bedrooms, 2 bathrooms and storage room kitchen. The house takes advantage of the perfect climate, allowing daylight and fresh air to enter through the large windows.
Outside there is a garden and a private swimming pool (7,5m X 3m) along with barbeque facilities. The pool area features excellent views of Molunat bay and little 2 islinda and the Molunat village and is ideal for enjoying the sun or dining outdoors.
The villa comes, at no extra cost, with air-conditioning, wi-fi and almost everything you will need for unforgettable holidays.
Size: Sleeps up to 8, 3 bedrooms
Nearest beach: 5-10 min
Access: Car essential
Nearest amenities: 500m
Family friendly? Suitable for children of all ages
Unsuitable for people with restricted mobility
Notes: No pets allowed
No smoking at this property
Luxuries: Log fire, Internet access, DVD player
Pool: Private outdoor pool (unheated)
General: Air conditioning, TV, CD player, Satellite TV, Wi-fi available
Standard: Kettle, Toaster, Iron, Hair dryer
Utilities: Dishwasher, Cooker, Microwave, Fridge, Freezer, Washing machine
Rooms: 3 Bedrooms, 2 bathrooms of which 2 family bathrooms,
Furniture: Single beds (2), Double beds (3), Cots (1), Dining seating for 8, Lounge seating for 8
Other: Linen and towels provided
Outdoors: Private outdoor pool (unheated), Balcony / Terrace, Private garden, BBQ
Access: Parking space
Further details indoors:
• Baby equipment can be provided, upon request, at no extra cost.
• Full airconditioning, wi-fi, at no extra cost.
• HotBird Satellite offering plenty of european TV and Radio channels.
Further details outdoors:
• Swimming pool 7,5m x 3m (without heating).The pool is cleaned regularly, depending on the weather conditions (at least twice a week).
• Outdoors shower.
• Beach towels not provided.
• Sun loungers are available in addition to outdoors furniture (tables, chairs, etc.).
• Barbecue area is equipped with all necessities
• Open air dining.
• Free private parking place, just beside the garden entrance.
|Size||Sleeps up to 8, 3 bedrooms|
|Nearest beach||Molunat 3 km|
|Will consider||Long term lets (over 1 month)|
|Nearest Amenities||500 m|
|Nearest travel links||Nearest airport: Dubrovnik 15 km|
|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||DVD player, Sea view|
|General||Air conditioning, CD player, Satellite TV, Wi-Fi available|
|Standard||Kettle, Toaster, Iron, Hair dryer|
|Utilities||Dishwasher, Cooker, Microwave, Fridge, Freezer, Washing machine|
|Rooms||3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms of which 2 Family bathrooms|
|Furniture||4 Sofa beds, Double beds (3), Cots (1), Dining seats for 8, Lounge seats for 8|
|Other||Linen provided, Towels provided|
|Outdoors||Balcony or terrace, Private garden, BBQ|
|Further details outdoors|
Outside there is a garden and a private swimming pool (7,5m X 3m) along with barbeque facilities. The pool area features excellent views of Molunat bay and little 2 islinda and the Molunat village and is ideal for enjoying the sun ,views,swimming or dining outdoors.
1. Smoking is NOT allowed.
2. Pets are NOT allowed.
3. People other than those in the Guest party set forth above may not stay overnight in the property. CHECK IN AFTER 14.00, CHECK OUT LATEST 10.00.
4. The property is privately owned; the owner is not responsible for any accidents, injuries or illness that occurs while on the premises or its facilities. The Homeowner is not responsible for the loss of personal belongings or valuables of the guest. By accepting this agreement, it is agreed that all guests are expressly assuming the risk of any harm arising from their use of the premises or others whom they invite to use the premise.
5. Keep the property and all furnishings in good order
6. Only use appliances for their intended uses
7. Parking is limited to 2 vehicles. Vehicles are to be parked in designated parking areas only. Parking on the road is not permitted. Any illegally parked cars are subject to towing; applicable fines/towing fees are the sole responsibility of the vehicle owner
8. Guests are not allowed to take linens and bath towels from the unit. Guests are advised to bring own beach towels.
9. Guests are strongly advised to refrain from making any noise from 11 pm to 7 am, or in afternoon from 2 to 5 pm, due to a City Rule. The sound of music or TV should not be too loud to annoy the neighbors.
10. No children are permitted in pool at any time without adult supervision. When using the pool, remember there is a certain health risk associated with this facility. Use at your own risk. Our housekeepers drain, sanitize, refill and replenish chemicals in the pool prior to your arrival; therefore, it may not be warm until later that day.
11. The property is on a well and septic systems. The septic system is very effective; however, it will clog up if improper material is flushed. DO NOT FLUSH anything other than toilet paper. If it is found that other materials have been flushed and clog the septic system, Guest could be charged damages of up to EUR 150.
12. A security deposit of EUR 150 is required to cover the cost of any possible damage in the property. The deposit is to be paid in cash upon arrive on the Check-In Date. The deposit will be refunded at the end of your stay upon the inspection of the apartment/villa less the charges for damages made by Guest or Guest Party to the property during the stay.
13. Final cleaning service is not included into the rental fee and shall be paid in cash EUR 50 unless guests leave the house cleaned as found upon arrival.
The Dubrovnik Riviera/Islands region
Dubrovnik riviera - INFO
Dubrovnik Riviera extends from the delta of the Neretva River to Cape Ostro in the south of Croatia. The specificity of this area is that it is interrupted by the border with Bosnia and Herzegovina, for which a passport is required.
It is divided into two parts: the lower Neretva valley, which has a natural connection with the Croatian inland and the narrow coastal area at the foot of Dinara massif with several islands, the most important of which are Korcula, Mljet and Lastovo Elafiti group.
The coast is dotted with bays, sandy beaches of exotic beauty, steep cliffs exposed to the open sea and numerous forested islands, where towns and cities coalesced , ennobled by human life. Dense vegetation dominated by cypress, pines, olive trees, vineyards, lemon and orange plantations, palm trees, agaves and cacti create a special atmosphere of the Mediterranean.
Characteristics of a turbulent past have left many traces of sovereignty and of naval forces so the Dubrovnik Riviera is abundant in places with a long historical memory, cultural and natural heritage as well as Renaissance cottages built in the sea coves surrounded by gardens and parks. There are historic towns as well: Dubrovnik- The pearl of the Mediterranean, Korcula and Ston and prominent settlements merged into carefully nurtured landscapes; Cavtat, Lopud, Trsteno, Slano, Mali Ston, Orebi?, Lastovo… Many natural phenomena in the Dubrovnik Riviera will leave every visitor breathless : plateau Rudine, Majkova valleys, Ston fields, Ombla as the spring of the longest rivers in Europe, the National Park of Mljet with its lakes and the Lokrum Reserve ...tourist offer in Dubrovnik Riviera will meet the expectations of very demanding visitors.
Dubrovnik - a city which was rightly named the "Pearl of the Adriatic". Over the centuries, Dubrovnik was the cultural capital, surrounded by almost 2 km long walls, towers and turrets which offers a magnificent view of the open sea and of the city surroundings. Even 30 years ago, Dubrovnik was listed on the UNESCO list of world heritage. Churches, monasteries and museums have been created in finely carved stone and remind of the turbulent history and expressive artistic tradition. Dubrovnik is a city with a very rich tourist offer with numerous beaches that provide entertainment
and comfort during day and night. Read on our blog why the city of Dubrovnik will enchant you
with romance and why Banje is one of the 10 most beautiful beaches in the world.
Cavtat – is a city of beautiful palaces, villas and hotels, lush vegetation, beautiful beaches and bays. The coast of the town of Cavtat is surrounded by numerous small islands. Here you can enjoy the peace of secluded coves and long walks by the sea, or experience an active vacation with recreational sports, entertainment and cultural programs.
Mlini- situated in the beautiful cove of the Zupa Bay, 7 km southeast of Dubrovnik. It was named after the mills that were driven by a small river Zavrelja, rich with springs of drinking water today which flows through the town. Along with its historical and cultural heritage Mlini enthrills with its sandy beaches and lush vegetation which has been preserved and nurtured for centuries. Abundant moisture and plenty of sunshine favored the emergence of fragrant Mediterranean gardens transforming the place into a unique ecosystem in the Adriatic.
Klek - a place with about two hundred inhabitants engaged in farming, fishing and recently in tourism. Klek is adorned with a large pebble, illuminated promenade - Lungo Mare, which connects Klek with Radalj. Sports and active holiday lovers can enjoy various sports activities like biking, table tennis, tennis, mini golf, bowling, hiking, diving and sailing. It is an ideal place for a family holiday.
Island of Lopud - Lopud is situated northwest of Dubrovnik and is part of Elafit Islands
which consists of a group of islands: Sipan, Lopud, Kolocep, Jakljan, Ruda, Golec and Crkvine and some smaller islands. There is only one settlement on the island, also called Lopud and two beautiful bays, Lopud bay and Sunj. One of the most beautiful beaches on the Adriatic The bay is located in the Sunj bay. Cars are not allowed on the island so you can enjoy the indescribable peace. Find out more about the island Lopud on our blog.
Trsteno - a romantic place famous for its 500 year old monuments of nature and the gigantic Asian planes. Visit the Arboretum Trsteno, with garden villas, aqueducts, water-mill, a Baroque fountain with Neptune and nymphs.
-The city walls - one of the largest fortification monuments in Europe. The walls are 1940
meters long and give Dubrovnik that typical look, known around the world. The wall high up to 22 m in some places .
- Rector's Palace - a moderate and simple construction, famous for historical events that took place in Dubrovnik.
-Sponza Palace is a beautiful customs palace - Divona, called Sponza was the lifeblood of the trade in the town. Even now the square hosts opening ceremonies of the Dubrovnik Summer Festival.
-Onofrio's Fountain, built around 1400-and, as a symbol of the construction of urban water supply and spring water from the 12 km distant Dubrovnik River
-Stradun – the famous Dubrovnik Stradun, the real name of which is Placa, is a favorite promenade of all citizens of Dubrovnik, particularly of young people and tourists from all over the world
-Monastery "Mala braca" – the monastery library is one of the most important in the world. One of the oldest pharmacies in Europe, founded in 1317th Year is still in the monastery.
-Lovrijenac – a monumental and impressive fortress outside the city walls, it is located on a 37 m high cliff.
Fort Lovrijenac is known worldwide as an excellent stage and the equivalent of the Danish castle of Elsinore for the performance of Shakespeare's "Hamlet."
- Summer house Gucetic - Gozze with a garden that has been nourished since the 15th century, the aqueduct, mill, Baroque fountain with Neptune and the nymphs, and a lookout towards the sea and islands. It is a very nice example of garden architecture of Dubrovnik summer houses.
- Ston walls with towers and castles are one of the largest medieval urban ventures
the total length of which is 5.5 km, with 40 towers and 5 forts.
-Mausoleum of the Racic family crab is the masterpiece of the most famous Croatian sculptor Ivan Mestrovic. It is situated on the St. Roko cemetery.
- The Rector's Palace is a palace from the 16th century, which was once the seat of Dubrovnik's Prince and today is a gallery.
Island of Lokrum
-Benedictine monastery -the botanical garden founded in 1023
-Fort Royal is in the form of a star which offers a magnificent view of Dubrovnik, Cavtat and the islands.
You should definitely start your gastonomic voyage through the Dubrovnik Riviera in the valley of Neretva, where the characteristic delicacy is eel or frog stew as well as well as game animal dishes. Wild duck is a special delicacy and an unforgettable experience.
Ston is well known for its fresh shells, oysters and clams.
The inhabitants of Korcula worship their ancient dishes such as macaroni or “cukarini”, while the citizens of Blato will proudly offer a selection of eighty dishes, drinks and desserts that are collected and jealously guarded, and almost annually presented on special feasts.
You can taste a variety of delicacies and specialties of fish, crustaceans, mollusks, sea urchins on the island of Korcula. On the islands of Mljet, Sipan, Lopud and Kolo?ep you can savor delicious dishes of dried fish or seafood.
On the coast, visit the port Slano, savor the prosciutto and cheese in olive oil, and the famous black risotto and
green pasta which is especially prepared in Srebreno, Mlini and Cavtat. All of these dishes should be followed by sips of good wine such as Grk,, Posip or Marastina. You can visit our blog and find recipes of traditional dishes in Dubrovnik, such as Rozata or “dirty” macaroni.
Sailing or motor yacht riding, rowing, swimming, underwater or big game fishing have their roots deep in this area. One of the oldest and traditionally popular sports on the Dubrovnik Riviera is waterpolo. Those who are interested in the underwater, can join diving schools on Mljet and in Prisapno on the island of Korcula. Numerous playgrounds, courts and props can be found there for all types of sports, from tennis and table tennis to sailing. Countless sports halls and fitness centers with pools, saunas, massages, aerobic and solariums are located here, as well.
Due to the great diversity of natural areas and cultural benefits of the Dubrovnik Riviera, every visitor wants to return again and again. The Dubrovnik Riviera offers a diverse combination of full-day and half-day excursion: The island of Mljet, Korcula, the Neretva Delta, Trsteno, Ston, Cilipi and many others.
No matter which part of the Dubrovnik Riviera you stay in, do not forget to visit the old town of
Dubrovnik. It is enclosed by stone walls, within which you will find narrow cobbled streets, cozy, warm coffee bars, preserved churches, mystical town fortress and squares. If you come to visit the town of Dubrovnik by your personal car, we recommend to park the car in a public parking garage, just five minutes’ walk away from Ilijina glavica , or in some of the street parking lots. If you intend to visit some of the islands the parking in Gruz port will come in handy.
Read on our blog which 10 attractions you should definitely visit in Dubrovnik.
If you want to get to know the tradition of the life in the hinterland of Dubrovnik Riviera, visit the original taverns and farm houses in Konavle and relax by riding or walking.
The island of Korcula is the birthplace of the famous seafarer Marco Polo. Hike through the island of Korcula, go on one of many organized walking routes. See Moreska, one of the three chivalrous dances you can only see on the streets of this beautiful island. The National Park of Mljet is near as well. You can enjoy a leisurely stroll along the Big and Little Lake there.
The monastery from the 12th century is situated in the middle of the lake on the island of St. Mary.
the Neretva River Delta is very interesting, interwoven with a network of winding canals that surround the plantations of oranges rich with a variety of marsh birds (more than 250 species).
Walk through Ston, a small town with the longest preserved city walls in Europe from the 14th century.
Elafit islands consist of a group of islands: Sipan, Lopud, Kolocep, Jakljan, Rude, Golec , Crkvine and some smaller islands, where the aristocracy of the medieval Republic of Dubrovnik built their summer homes to have a pleasant sanctuary during the hot summer days.
Fun & Nightlife
The city of Dubrovnik, as the center of Dubrovnik Riviera, is famous for its numerous musical evenings, play performances in the unique atmosphere of the fortress and the palace which during the Dubrovnik Summer Festival become an open stage. The city center streets abound in restaurants and bars, each special in its own way.
Theme parties with famous DJs are organized in Lazareti and on the famous beach Banje.
Find out why is the beach Banje voted one of the 10 most beautiful beaches in the world to our blog. The cafe Troubadour is famous, as well, where jazz festivals and music evenings are frequently organized. The places surrounding Dubrovnik offer a rich
program, as well, which includes folklore evenings, classical music evenings, Dalmatian choir performances, the unavoidable fishing nights and exhibitions of handicrafts.
A typically Mediterranean position of this region favors mild and wet winters and hot and humid summers.
Average winter air temperature is 17 C. There are many sunny days during the winter months, an average of 2,600 hours of sunshine annually. The average summer air temperature is 27 C and sea temperature 22 C. The summer heath is softened by a mild summer heat - Mistral - the messenger of good weather, while during colder months, the usual winds are bura and jugo.
Number of sunny hours per year - 2623,2 h
Average air temperature
- January - 9,0 °C
- August - 24,7 °C
Maximum air temperature
- January - 18,4 °C
- August - 36,7 °C
Average sea temperature
- January - 13,0 °C
- August - 23,5 °C Number of hot days > 25 °C
- May - 4
- June - 17
- July - 29
- August - 29
- September - 17
Molunat is small tourist village, located in one of the most betifull bays of south Adriatic sea.
Virgine nature, mediterriang vegatation and bright crystal sea makes it a perfect place for a vacation.
Inside Molunat place, more activities who guest can take upon, mostly swimming and enjoying in the crystal bright sea, take a taste of Dalmatian Specialties, wine and special "Konavle specialties". If you come in from a Dubrovnik airport, with automobile, you will drive cca 15 minute, from Dubrovnik; you will arrive by car for less than 45 minutes. Guest so that can decide to explore the whole contents of Konavle and Dubrovnik , whether by bus whose station are in space into a merely month or commission taxi or organised translates with host. Quite close Molunat is Montenegro , and this kind of venues and location allows you to allround your time and activities with visit various culture and folklore.
"Molunat“ has a great number of promenades, through which walking you can enjoy in a virgin nature plus wonderful view at a crystal bright sea and whole bay of "Molunat". Guest which comes into a Molunat can enjoy walking into twilight, ride a bicycle, and photograph unforgettably images of their vacation in one of the most preserved countryside of Croatia as at was decades ago.
Guest who enjoys their vacation in Molunat can also decide for Sports Activities, in place, such as diving, fishing, windsurfing or beach volley. If you guest jelly more than this near "Molunat" is a sporting park "Prevlaka", whereby you can move off at a paintball climbing, tour bicycle or adventure walk. For safari fans plus likewise way sporting activities, near site you can went at an „Konavle Jeep Safari". Fans of sub aquatic diving have possibility to hook up with local diving club in research of antics ships and similar submarine venues.
Nearby Molunat, you can go at a local folklore, as does every Sunday held in a village "Chilipi", if guest desirable to went at a music concert or theatre play of word well-known Dubrovnik summer festival. From up to 45 minute of car drive, you can enjoy into a music, theatre at an open venues wide Dubrovnik these behave unforgettable felling from your vacation..
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20 Sep 2013
"Perfect location for rest and relaxation"
Villa Becir was a wonderful and relaxing location to spend a late summer week and the owners are very helpful and keen to make your stay as good as possible. The villa is very comfortable and well equipped and has a fantastic view over the pretty village harbour and bay at Molunat.
About 20 minutes drive south from Dubrovnik airport, Molunat is a peaceful bolt hole a world away from busy London streets.
The village has a very small shop - be there early to get the fresh bread and a bar and restaurant at the side of the bay, but there is a reasonable size Tommy supermarket on the road to Cavtat if you need provisions.
Cavtat itself is a beautiful coastal town with a very good selection of restaurants to sit and watch the boats arrive in the harbour or the local water polo team playing a match. A particular recommendation is the Bugenvila restaurant - you will need to book for dinner but usually can get a table at lunchtime. The lunchtime set menus are superb and although slightly more expensive than some of the other restaurants worth every Kuna and brilliant value compared to London.
Also worth trying the local ice cream parlours for a treat.
There is a fairly good ferry service to Dubrovnik and it's a lovely way to arrive right in the heart of the old town. Dubrovnik itself can be very busy but really is a must see and the views from the old town walls are superb, Look out for the two Buza bars - a great place to watch the sunset with a beer or glass of wine but get there early.
20 Sep 2013
"Kroatien im September"
Wir waren vom 08.09-18.09.2013 in Kroatien.Wie hatten leider ein wenig Pech mit dem Wetter,unter Tags war es zwischen 20-26 Grad warm aber immer sehr windig.Am Abend hat es abgekühlt und nur mit warm… More
18 Jun 2013
"Fantastic villa, beautiful location"
We stayed in Villa Becir for one week at the beginning of June. The villa has only been completed this year and there were some minor teething problems. But generally we enjoyed our stay immensely. There are separate bathrooms for each bedroom, the bedrooms are comfortable and there's a lot of well organised outdoor space with spectacular views over the harbour. The pool is a great bonus. One slight drawback is that there isn't much seating space in front of the TV but to be honest, it's such a beautiful location, who would be sitting there anyway? Molunat is very quiet. It suited us very well but may not be to everyone's taste. However, with a short drive it is easy to get to some nice restaurants in Gruda and Cavtet is only 30 mins away. Fully recommend this rental.
17 Jun 2013
"Perfectly peacefull vacation place with wonderfull sea view"
Excellent property condition with wonderfull sea view. Very nice pool and grilling/eating place. Suitable for people who want to be in peace and who have a rental car for taking day trips around the big hills, wine tasting yards and Dubrovnik area. Also older teens (17-20y) liked the place. This is not a place for partying and discos. We met the owner who was very very nice fellow.This is our 2nd time in Croatia, which is clean and people are nice (do not speak english in small markets though). Excellent vacation place overall. Could visit in Croatia 3rd time...
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