Split is the biggest Croatian town at the Adriatic coast. Thanks to high mountains, this area is protected from impact of continental climate. Located around 200km north of Dubrovnik on the Dalmatian coast, the Croatian city of Split is often overshadowed by its glamorous neighbour. But once you’ve wandered Split’s enchanting Roman old town (Diocletian’s Palace), lingered over a coffee on its sunny waterside promenade and ventured into its beautiful surrounds, you might find yourself agreeing with the locals, who describe their city as ‘the most beautiful in the world’.
Explore Diocletian’s Palace, eat authentic Dalmatian seafood, visit the Meštrović Gallery, swim and sunbathe on sandy Bačvice beach, drink coffee with the locals, hike across Marjan peninsula, catch an open-air live music performance, shop for funky clothing and accessories by Croatian designers, taste quality Croatian wines and do not forget to explore its beautiful sourroundings. Positioned under the mountains at the foot of the Split peninsula, neighbouring settlement Podstrana mark the beginning of long chain of beach towns heading southeast along the coast. The palette of the landscapes of Podstrana is truly remarkable: from the mountain peaks and the southern slopes of Perun, to the sea coast and aquatorium and the mouth and banks of the river Žrnovnica. The balmy Mediterranean climate and havens of tame, pristine nature are bound to make any stay in Podstrana that you opt for truly unforgettable.
Villa Sei is remarkable new villa situated in this beautiful and unique place, on the slopes of the Mosor, just eight kilometers from Diocletian's Palace and few minutes from the beach makes perfect "escape" from the hustle and bustle of the city, and yet close enough when you want change. Set in an elevated position with stunning views overlooking the mountains, green fields and sea, this impressive villa is a great retreat for friends and family alike.
Access to a private yard, outdoor kitchen and barbecue area are just a few of the facilities to keep you entertained. Alternatively if you're looking for a relaxing break the private swimming pool, sun loungers and roof terrace are ideal whilst providing the perfect viewing spots to watch the Croatian sunrise and sunset over the sea and mountains.
The villa itself spreds over four levels which can be reached by sairs; has 5 spacious bedrooms and can accommodate up to 10 guests. Villa Sei can be entered from the ground floor where you will find nicely decorated double bedroom with bathroom and addittional toilette for guest. just a few steps down is a large, open plan lounge, ultra-modern kitchen and dining area. Throughout the property you’ll find these design flourishes - marble tiled bathrooms, feature lighting and lavish soft furnishings - this masterclass in interior design really lends a luxurious air to your stay here.
On the mezanine you’ll find master bedroom and another double bedroom, all with ensuite bathroom. Beacuse of it positions, rooms have different views - mountain, pool, city of Split, Podstrana and one bedroom has own balcony. With a more subtle elegance to their style, these rooms offer a relaxing atmosphere for unwinding in privacy after a day of doing as much or as little as you please together.
The first floor consists of another 2 double bedrooms with ensuite bathrooms while on last floor you will reach to relax area with sauna and rooftop terrace. Throwing open the patio doors and stepping outside, Villa Sei's high vantage point revels an incredible panorama. Sun soaked by day, with a starry canopy by night, could there be a better place to take in each sunrise and sunset?
Split lies on the Adriatic coast, central Dalmatia, on the Split (Marjan) peninsula. Although surrounded by sea as a peninsula, Split also borders with surrounding mountains, Mosor on the northeast, Kozjak on the northwest, and Marjan hill as one of the most important symbols of the city, rising on the west side of the peninsula, in the immediate vicinity of the old city centre. Split is also surrounded by the islands Brač, Hvar, Šolta and Čiovo. Thanks to the Mediterranean climate, winters are mild in Split, lasting from December to March, although the actual experience of winter can really be felt only in February. For this reason all the comforts of Split can be savoured for most of the winter, from sightseeing the Diocletian Palace to the tastings of all the delicacies in numerous restaurants, and at the Christmas fair on the Riva during the entire December Christmas holidays. It is not even so unusual to spend sunny winter mornings sitting on the café terraces.
The treasury of Podstrana is unique and unrepeatable. Its turnkeys: the Adriatic Sea, Perun hill and the Žrnovnica River open to Podstrana visitors unexpected gates to its treasures. Therefore, Podstrana, although one and only, appears different to everyone and never the same. Positioned in Central Dalmatia next to Split, distance from the Omiš and Cetina river canyon is 18 Km away. From the seaside just on opposite side of island Brač. Residents of Podstrana heritage natural beauty, Mediterranean temperature and picturesque landscapes. It carries all the features of the Mediterranean climate. Podstrana has a great position and slowly is becoming elite suburb of Split. Away from the city rush but close to the Split city makes it perfect vacation start point for you. This suburban town of Split has around 10,000 inhabitants. Is Split Croatia points of interest? Search no more.
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