This stone Dalmatian house in a very private location above the pretty village quiet bay of Zaton, offering magnificent view on crystal sea and lovely bay of Zaton..
The villa offers you three apartments of different sizes (sleeps 8 + 2 in total), but the property can easily be rented as a whole villa. The spacious interiors are pleasant, equipped with furniture and the idyllic location adds to the overall feeling of tranquility of the villa.
Two apartment has its own terrace with table and chairs so you can enjoy summer evenings with truly spectacular view on Zaton Bay,and behind is our Longue pool terrasse. (also perfect if you are in a larger group but want a bit more privacy)
The Longue pool terrasse and it’s sunbathing terrace dominate the villa’s outdoors and will certainly be a place you will spend a lots of your holidays should you choose to stay here! Laying on a sun lounger or bubbling away in the Jacuzzi area – you cannot fail to relax here...
Summer kitchen and BBQ with ecquippement is neatly set next to the pool.
The villa is also only 10 minutes drive from the ancient walled city of Dubrovnik so if you get bored of lounging around the pool or bathing in the sea and having BBQs (unlikely!) then you can sightsee, shop or eat in the stunning Old Town or take a trip to one of the nearby islands.
Zaton bay is located approximately 8 km north-west from Dubrovnik and it is an ideal place for a pleasant holiday, from where you can easily reach the city and discover its architectural jewels. Many wealthy families from Dubrovnik used to have their villas here. This area offers nice beaches well protected from the winds.
There are 3 villages: the biggest, Veliki Zaton is located in the western part of the bay, in front of Štikovica, while Mali Zaton is in the eastern coast, at the feet of Zirina Hill (313 m). On the promontory there is a fortress, originally built by the French and completed by Austrians.
Zaton Bay, a small oasis of peace and harmony in the vicinity of Dubrovnik, invites you with charming pebble beaches, unpolluted and crystal clean sea, green pine and citrus trees and friendly locals.This area features several restaurants, cafe bars, a pizza house, a grocery store, bank, post office, newspaper shop and a Catholic church.
From here on, you can undertake exploration trips along this fascinating region and visit numerous small towns and villages across Pelješac peninsula, Dubrovacko Primorje, Cavtat, and of course, the Old Town Dubrovnik. The sea and beaches are only several minutes walking distance from our house.(50m)
Swimming,snorkeling,sea kayaking,fishing,boat exursions...all at your disposal in a vicinity of the house.
Dubrovnik is the most well known destination of the Dalmatian Riviera with its famous medieval walled town, but there are also many other beautiful and interesting places within easy reach by boat or bus.
Lokrum island, a UNESCO protected site, which houses the ruins of a former monastery and fort, plus a Lacroma bar and plenty of secluded beaches, is a fifteen minute boat ride away from the Old Town harbour.
Cavtat, a picturesque village, set around a harbour, is about 50 minutes boat ride from the old harbour or 20 minute bus drive. It has lots of harbour side cafes, rocky and pebble beaches, and pleasant, waterside walks. Elafiti islands are really a perfect getaway from city crowds. The most popular islands are Kolocep, Lopud and Šipan and are also the only inhabited islands. Daily departure from the old harbour or from Gruž harbour. Mljet Island is famous for its natural beauty and the west part is a National park. The park is definitely worth a trip. Daily departure from Gruž harbour. Peljesac Peninsula is well known for its wines. The whole peninsula is covered with dense evergreen and Mediterranean vegetation. On the way, stop at Ston, famous for its shellfish restaurants -the best in the region- which offer oysters as a speciality. A day trip not to be missed!