Villa | 3 bedrooms | sleeps 7
This beautiful seaside villa is in a stunning position, surrounded by sea, sun and pine trees of the Korcula island. The beach is within stone?s throw and the atmosphere is peaceful and relaxing. The small charming town of Vela Luka, famous for its fishermen and wonderful fish and seafood is within easy reach, ten minutes by car. The villa is built on a rock with just a few similar villas around it. A few steps lead down to the clearest sea, fantastic to swim in, and your own mooring for a small boat. The owners have used pale tiles, wood and stone as finish materials for the villa, and the effect is light and bright, with sea views all around.
|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
|Rooms||3 bedrooms, 4 bathrooms of which 1 Family bathrooms and 3 En suites|
|Furniture||Double beds (3)|
|Further details indoors|
The villa is rented as one house, but consists of two separate apartments linked by an outdoor stone staircase.
The ground floor
The ground floor of the villa is open plan and tiled, with a fully equipped kitchen /dining room for six to eight people. The sitting room has a satellite TV, fridge with freezer, stove, oven, hood, microwave, electric kettle, toaster, coffee maker, dishwasher, washing machine, hair dryer, iron and ironing board. The sitting area opens out onto a stone clad courtyard with a pool. Also on the ground floor is one double bedroom and bathroom. The bedroom has oak floors and wonderful antique beds and wardrobe, good bed linen and plenty of towels.
This floor also has a fully equipped kitchen, as above, and a dining table for six people. There is plenty of sofas and armchairs, pieces of local antique furniture and mirrors and a TV /DVD player. Two double bedrooms with pale wood floor, white walls with some exposed stone each have new modern double beds and en-suite bathrooms tiled in seaside colours. From the sitting room you walk out onto a wonderful, large covered balcony overlooking the sea with unforgettable views. The balcony has a barbecue and an outdoor dining table and is truly an additional, outdoor sitting room.
|Further details outdoors|
In the garden palm trees, flowers and bushes provide a real Mediterranean setting, made even better by the oval shaped swimming pool surrounded by many deck chairs and umbrellas and views of the sea. Sitting and dining areas are by the pool and in the barbecue corner. An amazing bonus is your own private mooring for a small boat, and the sea just a few metres away.
The Dalmatia region
The Peljesace peninsula, some 65km long is only 6km across at its widest point. It joins the main land at Ston and run parallel to the main Dalmatian coast. The peninsula is characterised by a rugged natural beauty. Mountains of over 900 metres height run down the spine of the peninsula and the coastline is indented with many natural bays and harbours. The principal town on the Peninsula is Orebic. The peninsula has some of the nicest beached in Croatia, both sand and shingle and many that are in quiet and picturesque bays. Trpanj is a pretty harbour town with a delightful beach, linked by ferry to the mainland at Ploce. Trstenik and Zuljana are amongst the prettiest beach front villages that you will find in Croatia.
The historic towns of Ston and Mali Ston, with their massive fortifications, have guarded the entrance to the Peninsula since the 14th century. Today they are also famed for their excellent restaurants and locally harvested oysters.
Local wines from the Peljesac peninsular are considered to be amongst Croatia's finest. Notable are the red wines. Dingac is most highly regarded but we would also recommend trying Postup and Plavac. There are several wineries located in the village of Potomje on the road running up the centre of the peninsular. It is possible to taste wine and buy directly from the wineries.
The island of Korcula can be reached by both car and passenger ferries run from Orebic on the Peljesac peninsula to the town of Korcula at the south east end of the island. Korcula Town, considered to be the birth place of Marco Polo, is a beautifully preserved mediaeval town dating from the 13th Century. The town is fortified and positioned on a small elevated peninsula providing a commanding position over the strait between the island and the mainland. Today Korcula's narrow alleyways and town squares provide the setting for bars, restaurants, shops and galleries
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