On both sides of a long narrow bay is located the smallest town on the island Hvar, whose Vela and Mola bonda (sides) are connected by a small stone bridge. That’s why it carries the name “Mala Venecija” (Little Venice). In this fairytale small town it perfect place by the sea has found Villa Cora.
Surrounded by thick pine forests, with its small bridges, paved streets, Renaissance and Gothic style houses on both sides of the bay together with a very small island within the bay is a sight that will leave few indifferent. The reflection of stone houses in the water and calmly anchored fishing boats bathing in the sun give this place a special charm and intimate warmth. The old fishing village is today a tourist city which with its beauty, countless landmarks and calmness which radiates from every corner will capture every visitor. Vrboska is a real treat to all lovers of cultural landmarks and is definitely an unavoidable destination in viewing the cultural heritage of the island. If you want to experience the charm of a typical small Dalmatian city and enjoy the peace far away from the city crowds visit Vrboska stay in Villa Cora and surrender yourself to the charming peaceful beauty. Villa Cora is surrounded by the beauty of nature, embraced by the forest on one side and open to the grandeur of the Adriatic on the other.
Villa Cora’s is situated only 800 meters from the village centre, so you can walk there in just 15 minutes. While you are staying in Villa Cora, you will doubtless find yourself wondering about the history of this lovely Adriatic lodging. Approaching Villa Cora, you will see that the entire veranda - indeed, the entire lodging - is made of stone. The stonework also is prominent in the interior of the dwelling, accented by oak and glass railings. Villa Cora provides you with 280 square meters of living space, comprising two stories and a wine cellar. There are 4 bedrooms and 4 bathrooms, three of them suites.
The high ceiling gives the ground floor living area with its kitchen and dining room a spacious, open feel. The kitchen is equipped with a bar and a designer table complete with 10 leather-backed designer chairs. Both the living room and kitchen offer magnificent views through the balcony doors to the covered terrace and the breathtaking scenery beyond. There is also a charming bedroom room featuring two separate single beds - perfect for families with children, or friends who would like to stay in the same room. A cozy reading nook with a designer couch (which may be converted into an extra bed), a pantry, and a laundry room are also on ground floor. Separate access to the laundry room is available for staff so that you can enjoy your privacy and seclusion.
Upstairs, the gallery offers an impressive view of the kitchen and dining room. On this floor, you will find the three double bedrooms complete with en-suite bathrooms. The master bedroom includes private balconies along with a freestanding bathroom where you can pamper yourself in luxury.
Expanding the available space in Villa Cora is a roomy wine cellar, complete with its own small kitchen, two beds, and a very impressive stone bathroom. The wine cellar is fully functional as such as well, and boasts an excellent collection of local fine wines. In the wine cellar, you will find a beautiful mahogany table where you can enjoy a delicious meal or a glass of wine - or a game of billiards with a simple modification. A couch is available which you can convert into a bed that sleeps two.
Finally, there is a large deluxe patio which features an authentic stone grill, a Finnish sauna with room for four, and an infinity pool. The sauna is located beneath the pool, and features a spacious round window, reminiscent of a large porthole. Through the window, you get a spectacular view of the Adriatic.
Located on a 1,000 square meter, Villa Cora features an old stone wall along with Mediterranean plants like agaves, pine trees, palm trees, olive trees, and oleander bushes. Whether you arrive from land or by sea, villa makes it easy to park or dock. At the foot of the parcel is a carport which can fit up to three vehicles - perfect if you are travelling with a group. If you arrive by boat, you can dock at a quay wall located just 50 meters away from the villa. The quay can accommodate a yacht or sailboat measuring up to 15 meters (49 feet) in length. Arriving in a larger vessel? No problem. You will be able to dock at the ACI marina located in Vrbsoka.
With its idyllic location just 10 metres (32 feet) from the shore in the charming fishing village of Vrboska, Villa Cora is just a stone’s throw away from some of the most beautiful beaches, biking trails, and hiking paths on Hvar. In the villa’s garage, you will find a kayak as well as mountainbikes which are free for you to use. Both offer you a fun, active way to explore your beautiful surroundings.
Hvar, the island in Adriatic Sea, is the longest and the sunniest Croatian island and one of the most beautiful islands in the world. The island Hvar is famous for its pleasant Mediterranean climate. Maximum temperatures are never too high to render agriculture impossible. Friendly people, well-indented coast, numerous picturesque and intact beaches and bays, virgin nature, very rich historical and cultural inheritance, the scents of lavender, olive trees and wine are the reasons that island Hvar welcomes more and more tourists each year.
Vrboska is situated in a long, picturesque and shady bay whose shores are connected by three tiny Venetian-like stone bridges that give the place an indescribable charm and warmth. Vrboska consists of two parts: Podve which is a mixture of Renaissance and Baroque houses lined up along the shore and Pjaca with churches, narrow streets, remnants of Municipal Loggia and houses with Renaissance and Gothic details. Because both sides are connected by a small stone bridge it carries the name “Mala Venecija” (Little Venice). Surrounded by thick pine forests, with its small bridges, paved streets, Renaissance and Gothic style houses on both sides of the bay together with a very small island within the bay is a sight that will leave few indifferent. The reflection of stone houses in the water and calmly anchored fishing boats bathing in the sun give this place a special charm and intimate warmth.
Vrboska is renowned as the biggest fishing village on the island, to which testifies the rich collection at the Ribarski muzej (Fishing Museum). The old fishing village is today a tourist city which with its beauty, countless landmarks and calmness which radiates from every corner will capture every visitor. Vrboska is a real treat to all lovers of cultural landmarks and is definitely an unavoidable destination in viewing the cultural heritage of the island. If you want to experience the charm of a typical small Dalmatian city and enjoy the peace far away from the city crowds visit Vrboska and surrender yourself to the charming peaceful beauty.
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