Apartment | 1 bedrooms | sleeps 4
A charming apartment for rent for 4 people, available during whole year. It is situated on the first floor of an eight-stories building only 600 metres from the seaside with beautiful beaches. The apartment has air condition, and it consists in one living room with TV and DVD device, flat rate ADSL wireless,fully equipped kitchen, one bedroom and a bathroom with hydromassage bath cabin, and a balcony, approximately 60 square meters of total area.
Guests can use a fixed phone line to make local calls.
Near the apartment you can find all you need: within 100 m of distance there is a green market, shops, bank and exchange office, post office, pharmacy, local bus station and a hospital is about 300 m from the apartment.
Also available a baby bed if requested.
The price comprises electricity, gas, use of the air condition and use of the washing machine, as well as the bedclothes and towels.
Owner is responsible of the final cleaning and taxes.
Price can vary seasonally
|Size||Sleeps up to 4, 1 bedrooms|
|Will consider||Long term lets (over 1 month), Short breaks (1-4 days)|
|Access||Car not necessary|
|Nearest travel links||Nearest airport: Airport of Pula 10 km|
|Family friendly||Great for children of all ages|
|Notes||No pets allowed, No smoking at this property|
Features and Facilities
|General||Air conditioning, Wi-Fi available|
|Rooms||1 bedroom, 1 bathrooms of which 1 Family bathrooms|
|Furniture||2 Sofa beds, Double beds (1), Dining seats for 4, Lounge seats for 4|
|Other||Linen provided, Towels provided|
|Outdoors||Balcony or terrace|
The Istria region
Pula has inherited great art works that have left their trace its history, and nature has given it mild Mediterranean climate and one of the cleanest seawater in the Mediterranean.
Pula doesn't need to write an invitation card; its appeal speaks for itself. Its residents are trying to preserve its beauty even today, so that after your first visit you would want to come again. The Istrian tourist center has something special for everyone. First and foremost it is a town of culture, which is proud to present its Roman Arena from the 1st century. The Arena has been a place for numerous festivals and concerts, most famous of which is the Pula Film Festival. The citizens of Pula are doing their best to preserve the cultural monuments of their town, and make Pula a place you would want to visit again.
Number of residents: 58 594
Surface area: 41,5 km2
Geographical position: Istria, 44.88°N 13.84°E
Climate: mild Mediterranean
Average summer temperature: 26° C
Average winter temperature: 13-15° C
Time zone: Middle European time (GMT+1)
Location: the westernmost County of the Republic of Croatia, the largest peninsula of the Adriatic
Area: 2.820 Km2 (Dragonja, Cape Kamenjak, Ucka)
Coast length: 445,1 km (well-indented coast is twice as long as the road one) The western coast of Istria is 242,5 km long, with islands 327,5 km (178,1 M). The eastern coast of Istria is 202,6 km long, with the pertaining islets 212,4 km (114,5 M)
The westernmost point is Savudrija, while the southernmost point is near Premantura (Kamenjak).
Administrative centre: Pazin, 9 000 inhabitants
Economic center: Pula, 82 000 inhabitants
Istria is the largest green oasis of the North Adriatic. The coast and the islands are covered with pine woods and easily recognizable green macchia. The main specimens of macchia are holm oak and strawberry trees. 35% Istria is covered with forests.
mild, Mediterranean climate (warm and dry summers, mild and pleasant winters)
Average amount of sunshine: 2.388 hours. Owing to the day's length and plenty of clear days throughout the summer it has the longest insolation with a daily average of 10 hours in Istrian seaside resorts. Characteristic winds are "bura" (wind blowing from the north to the south, bringing clear weather), "jugo" (south, warm wind bringing rain) and "maestral" (summer breeze blowing from the land to the sea) .
the lowest sea temperature is in March ranging from 9.3 C up to 11.1 C and being the highest in August when it reaches 23.3 C and 24.1 C; salinity amounts approximately to 36 - 38 pro mille.
Soil – The soil is predominantly formed of limestone, with a lack of water due to the typical karst topography. The highest point is Vojak, at 1.401 meters above sea level on the U?ka Mountain. There is the so- called "white", "black" and "red" Istria. White Istria is around the peaks, green Istria is a fertile land in Istria's interior, while red Istria is near the coast.
Caving - Istria is an interesting territory with more than two thousand caves, caverns, chasms and abysses. The best known are the Rašpor abyss, the Kobiljak Pit,the Bregi Pit, the Pazin Pit, the Baredine Cave, the Romualdo Cave, the Pincin Cave, the Feštinsko Kraljevstvo Caves, the Mramornica Cave, the Laganiši Cave and the Mark Cave.
Rivers: Mirna, Dragonja and Rasa
Nature reserves - Brijuni National Park and Nature Park U?ka are legally protected areas. Other interesting places are Lim, the woods near Motovun, Zlatni Rt, the forest of Šijana in the vicinity of the town, the protected area of Kamenjak on the southernmost point of the peninsula and the Palud Reserve (ornithology) near Rovinj. The Brijuni archipelago is an interesting destination with a plant habitat of about 680 plant species.
Currency: national currency is Croatian Kuna(Kn). There are banknotes of 5, 10, 20, 50, 100, 200, 500 and 1000 Kunas and coins of 1, 2, 5, 10, 20 and 50 Lipas in circulation (100 lipas = 1 Kuna) The money can be exchanged in official exchange offices (banks, post offices, hotels, tourist agencies) according to the current exchange rates. The payments may be done by credit cards (Diners, Visa, American Express, Eurocard, Mastercard) and Eurocheques
The telephone numbers of mobile operators: 091, 092, 095, 098, 099,
In most places there are several cafes with Internet access. Most of the hotels, camps and private accommodation offer a free network to their guests while Pula offers an open wireless network that covers the entire downtown area to its citizens and visitors.