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amazing sea view from apartment

Apartment | 2 bedrooms | sleeps 6

Key Info
  • Beach or lakeside relaxation
  • Great for children of all ages
  • Air conditioning
  • Pets welcome
  • Car not necessary

The apartment is located in the heart of the park forest Marjan with unique and beautiful views of the islands .

-80m from the beach

-15 minute walk to the ACY Marina

-25 minutes walk along the seaside to city center

-1000 meters from grocery store, 100 meters from city bus station

-2 bedroom apartment 70m2 + 45m2 very big terrace with sea view

-Separate entrance

-Fully equipped: WiFi, Air-condition, washing machine

- Parking place near the house

The apartment size is 70m2 and has two bedrooms, living room, kitchen,halway, bathroom and a very large terrace(45m2) with sea view.The terrace offers a magnificent sunset.Below the apartment(60m) is a beach kašjuni.Kašjuni beach is located on the southern foothills of the Marjan peninsula to the west of the city center. This no-frills beach provides a quiet city getaway in pristine nature without all the plastics and concretes disturbing your view.Kašjuni has a long breakwater facing the south, meaning the sea is protected from the sometimes-aggressive yugo winds and therefore, it is particularly popular amongst families who seek quality time in the sun.On Kašjuni beach there is a coffee bar with public toilets.One part of this beach hidden among the rocks is scheduled for nudists.

This is ideal place for rest and recreation.Apartment has 2 bicycles for guests to use,and has laptop for the guests with free internet .Distance of the town is 2km.Near is bus station and every half an hour is going to the city, which is only 5 minutes drive.In the environment of the apartment is Marjan Forest Park, which is suitable for different types of sporting activities.Marjan Forest Park, so-called "lungs of the city" is the symbol of the city of Split, situated on the west of Split and surrounded by the sea and city which makes it as unique sight. Southern slopes of Marjan hill are formed of rocky shore, while its northern slopes are formed from limestone.

Marjan is a great place for jogging, long walks, bike rides, and excellent place for people who look for a natural stress relief. Visitors can enjoy its peace and quiet, small churches, and zoo for small children.

Three peaks above the sea level offer an unforgettable panoramic view of the city of Split, nearby mountains of Mosor and Kozjak, Kastela Riviera, Solin, Trogir, and the surrounding islands.

On this site you can look up interesting facts about Split..

Split .iNFO - City of Split Croatia and Split Dalmatia county

THIS PLACE AND THIS APARTMENT BLUE LAGOON IS UNIQUE BECAUSE IT HAS A BEAUTIFUL VIEW OF NATURE,ISLANDS AND SUNSET.

Size Sleeps up to 6, 2 bedrooms
Nearest beach 80m
Will consider Long term lets (over 1 month), Short breaks (1-4 days)
Access Car not necessary
Nearest Amenities 1 km
Nearest travel links 22 km, 3 km
Family friendly Great for children of all ages
Notes Pets welcome, Yes, smoking allowed

Features and Facilities

Luxuries DVD player, Sea view
General Air conditioning, TV, CD player, Satellite TV, Wi-Fi available
Standard Toaster, Iron, Hair dryer
Utilities Cooker, Microwave, Fridge, Freezer, Washing machine
Rooms 2 bedrooms, 1 bathrooms of which 1 Family bathrooms
Furniture 1 Sofa beds, Single beds (1), Double beds (2), Dining seats for 4, Lounge seats for 6
Other Linen provided, Towels provided
Outdoors Balcony or terrace, Bicycles available
Access Secure parking

The Dalmatia region

Dalmatia (Croatian: 'Dalmacija', [d?lma?t?sija]; see names in other languages)) is a historical region of Croatia[2] on the eastern coast of the Adriatic Sea. The hinterland, the Dalmatian Zagora, ranges from fifty kilometres in width in the north to just a few kilometres in the south. The Dalmatian dog received its name from Dalmatia, as does the dalmatic, a Roman Catholic liturgical vestment worn by deacons and bishops.

The name Dalmatia derives from the name of the Dalmatae tribe, which is connected with the Illyrian word delme ("sheep").[3]

In antiquity the Roman province of Dalmatia was much larger than the present-day Split-Dalmatia County, stretching from Istria in the north to historical Albania in the south.[citation needed] Dalmatia signified not only a geographical unit, but was an entity based on common culture and settlement types, a common narrow eastern Adriatic coastal belt, Mediterranean climate, sclerophyllous vegetation of the Illyrian province, Adriatic carbonate platform, and karst geomorphology.[citation needed]

Among other things, the ecclesiastical primatical territory[clarification needed] today continues to be larger because of the history: it includes part of modern Montenegro, notably around the city of Bar, the (honorary) Roman Catholic primas of Dalmatia, but an exempt archbishopric without suffragans while the archbishoprics of Split (also a historical primas of Dalmatia) have provincial authority over all Croatian dioceses except the exempt archbishopric of Zadar.

The southernmost transitional part of Dalmatia, the Gulf of Kotor, is part of Montenegro and considered in Dalmatia by some sources

Most of the area is covered by Dinaric Alps mountain ranges running from north-west to south-east. On the coasts the climate is Mediterranean, while further inland it is moderate continental. In the mountains, winters are frosty and snowy, while summers are hot and dry. To the south winters are milder. Over the centuries many forests have been cut down and replaced with bush and brush. There is evergreen vegetation on the coast. The soils are generally poor, except on the plains where areas with natural grass, fertile soils and warm summers provide an opportunity for tillage. Elsewhere, land cultivation is mostly unsuccessful because of the mountains, hot summers and poor soils, although olives and grapes flourish. Energy resources are scarce. Electricity is mainly produced by hydropower stations. There is a considerable amount of bauxite.

The largest Dalmatian mountains are Dinara, Mosor, Svilaja, Biokovo, Mose?, Veliki Kozjak and Mali Kozjak. The regional geographical unit of historical Dalmatia[clarification needed] - the coastal region between Istria and the Gulf of Kotor - includes the Orjen mountain with the highest peak in Montenegro, 1894 m. In present-day Dalmatia, the highest peak is Dinara (1913 m), which is not a coastal mountain, while the highest coastal Dinaric mountains are on Biokovo (Sv. Jure 1762 m) and Velebit (Vaganski vrh 1758 m),[9] although the Vaganski vrh itself is located in Lika-Senj County.[10]

The largest Dalmatian islands are Bra?, Kor?ula, Dugi Otok, Mljet, Vis, Hvar, Pag and Pašman. The major rivers are Zrmanja, Krka, Cetina and Neretva.

The Adriatic Sea's high water quality,[11] along with the immense number of coves, islands and channels, makes Dalmatia an attractive place for nautical races, nautical tourism, and tourism in general. Dalmatia also includes several national parks that are tourist attractions: Paklenica karst river, Kornati archipelago, Krka river rapids and Mljet island.

Split

In the environment of the apartment is Marjan Forest Park, which is suitable for different types of sporting activities.Marjan Forest Park, so-called "lungs of the city" is the symbol of the city of Split, situated on the west of Split and surrounded by the sea and city which makes it as unique sight. Southern slopes of Marjan hill are formed of rocky shore, while its northern slopes are formed from limestone.

Marjan is a great place for jogging, long walks, bike rides, and excellent place for people who look for a natural stress relief. Visitors can enjoy its peace and quiet, small churches, and zoo for small children.

Three peaks above the sea level offer an unforgettable panoramic view of the city of Split, nearby mountains of Mosor and Kozjak, Kastela Riviera, Solin, Trogir, and the surrounding islands.

On this site you can look up interesting facts about Split..

Split .iNFO - City of Split Croatia and Split Dalmatia county

THIS PLACE AND THIS APARTMENT BLUE LAGOON IS UNIQUE BECAUSE IT HAS A BEAUTIFUL VIEW OF NATURE,ISLANDS AND SUNSET.

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