Villa Coco lies in a quiet, residential part of Istrian star Rovinj, but in the vicinity of the beach and the old town and its narrow cobblestone streets, colorful houses, lovely bars and restaurants, and small art galleries.
Placed on a fenced plot of 700 m² with 400 m² of living space, and 3 master bedrooms + 1 double bedroom Villa Coco abounds with space and provides greatly comfortable stays for groups up to 8 persons.
This is a newbuilt high-quality villa whose minimalistic design invokes luxury simplicity with its clean lines and minimal color palettes. Villa’s glorious inner staircase, large and impressive in size, will enchant you right from the entrance.
Villa Coco spreads over three levels. The ground floor consists of a large open space living-dining room, fully equipped kitchen, multimedia room with sofa, bathroom, one master bedroom with an en-suite bathroom, all opening to the garden and patio with a heated swimming pool, sun chairs, sitting area, and al fresco dining table. Large, unadorned windows and sliding glass walls connect inner and outer spaces.
A magnificent staircase leads to the upper floor which accommodates two extremely spacious master bedrooms. Each features bathroom and sitting area and both open to a large balcony with a glass balustrade.
The underground level, also opening to the outdoors, is nicely incorporated into the villa’s layout. Featuring a double bedroom with en-suite bathroom, tavern, sauna, bathroom, and fitness room; it is a great extension of the entertainment and relaxing parts of the villa.
All across the villa, many sleek, thoughtful, hidden details emphasize an edited aesthetic. Its contemporary style offers an 'everything in its place' interior which is a calming and welcoming moment in this villa.
Rovinj, The Star of Istria, is a beautiful port town located in the north-western region of Croatia, on the coast of the Istrian Peninsula. It is an idyllic little town, which core is contained within an egg-shaped peninsula with a tall bell tower with fantastic views. The old town is a medieval tangle of tight streets, alleys, archways, stairways, small squares loaded with bars, and chill-out places.
Rovinj was awarded the destination of the year for 2019 by the Croatian National Tourist Board. But, beyond Rovinj there is a lot to be seen …. there are many nice swimming spots around Rovinj's south coastline hides some nice coves, bays, rocky and pebbly beaches ( the best way to explore it is to rent a boat) you can seek out ancient ruins, Romans monuments ( in Pula- a vast Roman amphitheater with high arched walls ) or beautiful natural spaces like the 10-kilometer-long Lim Fjord, Punta Corrente Forest Park (s a lovely place for a walk, bike ride, or swim) National park Brijuni (a wonderful archipelago consisting of 14 islands and islets, towns of Preč, Umag, etc..
The interior of the peninsula is also very worth to be explored .. rolling hills and fertile plains with vine and olive groves attract food- and culture-focused visitors to Istria’s hilltop villages. All across you can find wineries and cellar and farmhouse restaurants with top-rated olive oils and award-winning wines, fresh seafood, prime white truffles, fuzi pasta, boskarin meat..And you cant be in Istria and not taste the local gastronomy.
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DAILY PRICES FOR 2024:
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* Finest Holidays d.o.o. administration fee (5%) are non-refundable. In the event of a cancellation, these fees will be deducted from any refund to guests
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