Set in the peaceful village of Moscenicka Draga is this hilltop holiday haven. Villa Zoe has carved out its own sweet spot overlooking the charming coastline and shimmering sea below. It gives holiday high living a whole new meaning. Every aspect of its sleek outdoor space and opulent interiors has been carefully chosen to offer a villa holiday like no other. Luxuriously elegant, Villa Zoe is one of Istria’s magnificent masterpieces. Seamlessly designed, the villa delivers the perfect Croatian escape for any family or friends seeking a slice of luxury. With stunning views, coupled with style and sophistication, this contemporary retreat would be a suitable location for any movie.
Set across three luxurious floors and sleeping up to 10 guests (8+2) in four en-suite bedrooms, this Istrian retreat could be mistaken for a Hollywood mansion and staying here will make you feel like a celebrity. Sublime seascapes, ample space for two families or a group and unique architecture, Villa Zoe has all! Boasting a lush green landscape and beautiful views across rugged coastline, this is one diamond not in the rough. Luxury Villa Zoe lies on a property of 2400m² and has 550 m² of living space. Villa is fully equipped with all modern technology and amenities. It also boasts a large swimming pool of 50m², spa area with sauna and indoor swimming pool and billiard room. For their sheer glitz and glamour, the crowning glory goes to Villa Zoe interior design.
As you step through the front door on the ground level, you will find yourself in the spaciousness of the open plan living and dining area complemented by stylish furnishings. It’s chic at its very finest. Views can be enjoyed from the comfort of the living area as the large panoramic windows display the vistas. The living room also features a fireplace beside which you can relax in the company of your friends and family in case you decide to stay in the villa during the colder months. The beautifully-styled kitchen has brown fittings and white worktops with a breakfast bar for sociable mornings.
But why let indulging in food stop there? Head to the terrace and summer kitchenette where a covered dining terrace awaits. Complete with an impressive built-in barbecue and ten-seater table, this spot is as suited to al fresco as can get. And with the Adriatic Sea out in the distance, what better view to accompany your dinner. Taking the leading role is the swimming pool and its turquoise waters where temptation for a cooling dip is too hard to resist. As the sun dips behind the horizon, there’s no better place to be than outdoors for sipping a glass of local wine whilst watching the stars.
Whether you’re an early riser or someone who treasures their beauty sleep, the villa’s bedrooms are perfect for a restful night, all with en-suite facilities. Scattered across the first floor, you’ll enjoy fabulous features from whichever one you choose. Ground floor bedroom enjoy beautiful views to wake up to, while first floors give you direct access to the terrace.
There are an internal spiral staircase to take you down to the spa area – a gorgeous indoor swimming pool with a heating and massage option, a sauna for relaxation and a state-of-the-art fitness room complete the luxurious interior offer of the villa Zoe. The entertainmet offer of the villa also includes a PlayStation console, badminton equipment and billiard room. Come to this unique harmony of elegance, luxury and refined taste and spoil your senses with supreme treatment!
At the time of the Austro-Hungarian Empire at the turn of the 19th into the 20th century the rail lines Vienna – Matulji, Vienna – Ljubljana – Trieste and Zagreb – Karlovac – Rijeka initiated the tourism on the Opatija Riviera. The guests were making trips in horse-carriages from Opatija into the romantic Mošćenička Draga. The first tourist overnight stays were recorded in the beautiful villas built at the end of the 19th century. The beginnings of tourism are linked to the Armanda family who owned the hotel with the same name in the centre of Draga. On the foundations of this historic hotel subsequently built was the Hotel Draga, later renamed Miramar, and - more recently - as present-day Mediteran. It is no wonder that the Mediterranean climate, clear sea, beautiful nature, healthy and tasty food began attracting tourists from all over the world. The Promenade (Lungomare) towards the Sveti Ivan Beach rouses the romantic feelings and all the way along the shore you are enveloped in the murmur of the sea and scent of Mediterranean vegetation. The old town of Draga with its compact houses and narrow passes descends steeply all the way to the sea. At its foot there is a small amiable harbour – a home to fishing boats, smaller vessels and - in the summer months - a mini-marina for tourist boats. The old town is a typical fishing settlement which sprang up by the end of the 19th century when the inhabitants of the town of Mošćenice and surrounding villages slowly moved down to the coast due to fishing. Mošćenička Draga developed as a fishing harbour of the town of Mošćenice, and the written records mention it as early as the year 1436 when the existence of a settlement on the harbour near Sveta Marina is mentioned.
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DAILY PRICES FOR 2021:
|01.01 - 09.01|
27.03 - 09.04
22.05 - 01.07
01.09 - 25.09
25.12 - 31.12
|09.01 - 27.03|
10.04 - 22.05
25.05 - 25.12
|01.07 - 01.09|
|1250,00 Eur||1000,00 Eur||1750,00 Eur|
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