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Dalmatia - a coast of thousand islands, with long pebbles and sandy beaches. Its beauty is known worldwide, and thanks to its clear sea, numerous bays, and pleasant climate, it's one of the most visited regions in Croatia. Innumerable activities available to tourists include sightseeing, eno-gastronomy, rafting, biking, horse riding, swimming, snorkeling, fishing, and simply taking in all the natural beauties of this sunny region.
This is also a place for all the people seeking a hedonistic holiday experience and who want to enjoy stunning villas Dalmatia located all along the Dalmatian coastline.
Northern Dalmatia is definitely one of the favorites for many visitors. It starts at the foot of Velebit mountain and includes a selection of islands such as Ugljan, Pašman, Dugi Otok, and the Kornati. The region is highly influenced by the Romans, Venetians, and Austro-Hungarian monarchy, who left a significant historic and cultural mark.
Stunningly beautiful, Starigrad Paklenica enchants with its unique combination of calm waters of the Adriatic Sea and the untamed nature of Velebit mountain. Every nook and cranny tells a story, from the stone walls defying time in ancient villages, romantic bays, and pebble beaches to rapidly flowing streams of the Velika and Mala Paklenica canyons.
Each rental can welcome up to eight people and features a private outdoor pool, terrace, hot tub, and barbeque.
Amazing views and matching amenities can be upgraded with SPA treatments and massages, room and car service, and a private chef during the whole vacation or for a special event.
Further down the coast of north Dalmatia, tucked in Sveti Petar na Moru village, is the Villa Activia. The village is known for a well with drinking water that never runs dry, not even in the dry season. Villa Activia is a fantastic choice for vacation with family and/or friends. It's close to the Kornati National Park and just 19 kilometers from the city of Zadar. The villa has 227 square meters and enough space to host up to ten persons. Guests can take advantage of heated pools, a fully fenced yard, garden, sauna, and a gym to stay fit even when enjoying all Dalmatian delicacies and local, organic produce.
On the right bank of the Krka river, you can find Skradin, heaven for wine lovers. It's located on the doorstep of the Krka National Park, which makes it a perfect place for adventure-seekers. This charming, romantic town is a protected cultural heritage monument. Right on its outskirts, among vineyards and green hills, sit Villas Vigneto.
These villas are more suitable for couples and smaller groups or families of up to four people. The sun bathes the property for most of the day, enabling guests to relax and enjoy outdoor amenities such as a swimming pool, private courtyard, zen garden, sun loungers, as well as Mediterranean scents and flavors. By staying in Villas Vigneto, visitors can also enjoy wine tasting and authentic varieties.
On the southern edge of Northern Dalmatia lies Primošten, a historical and fairy-tail-like old town with narrow streets whose inhabitants live primarily out of fishing, olives and vineyards cultivation, and tourism. It's situated on a peninsula, surrounded by 20 kilometers of beautiful beaches and a crystal clear sea.
If you want a holiday home with a fantastic view of Primošten bay, take a look at Villa Luce. This elegant three-bedroom, three-bathroom rental has 1,500 square meters of stone-fenced yard, an outdoor pool, and a grill. The minimalistic yet functional design features a fully equipped kitchen, an open concept ground floor, and a dining area. Luscious trees surrounding the property give you privacy without obstructing the gorgeous scenic picture. The nearest beach is just steps away, while the whole Primošten area is full of seasonal activities for all ages.
Pine-shaded coves, hiking and trekking paths on Biokovo mountain, Mediterranean-flavored cities, world heritage sites, extraordinary culinary scene, rich underwater life… Central Dalmatia has it all. Generally speaking, this area is one of the warmest parts of Croatia, inviting numerous tourists throughout the whole year.
Just as we enter Central Dalmatia, we'll find the UNESCO-protected city of Trogir and its surrounding villages. Among them is Seget Donji, situated just two kilometers away from Trogir. It's an amazing family destination with lovely pebble beaches alongside the coast, also including many bars, restaurants, and playgrounds for children.
One hundred fifty meters from that magnificent coast sits Villa Elyzeum, accompanied by breathtaking views of the cities of Split and Trogir and the islands of Hvar, Brač, and Čiovo. The 1,000-square-meters-property includes a 510-square-meter-villa, an elevator, an infinity pool, an outside shower, a garden, an outdoor grill, and an elegant interior design. With underfloor heating, king-size beds, a sound system, and walk-in closets, guests can enjoy all modern comforts in a home away from home.
To fully take advantage of the pristine Adriatic Sea, one should certainly visit Brela, a small tourist resort on Makarska Riviera known for its natural beaches and the thick pine tree forest. Since tourism is the main activity for the people of Brela, it's only natural that they offer five-star villas Dalmatia as a play to stay.
Villa Bacana is a fantastic place to host larger families or groups since it can host up to 18 people in nine bedrooms and ten bathrooms. The whole property has 1,300 square meters, while the living space takes 650 square meters for a comfortable vacation. An outdoor pool has a sea view and a sun deck for a relaxing day while the rest of the family can enjoy a game room, fitness & spa zone, or an outdoor jacuzzi.
Once we are out of Makarska Riviera, we enter the territory of South Dalmatia. The crown jewel of this area is Dubrovnik, a city with 260 sunny days a year, a place of Game of Thrones shootings, and the UNESCO-protected old part of the town. Near Dubrovnik, but far away from tourist crowds, is Orašac. The village was founded around AD 1040 with ancient churches and Arapovo Castle. With only around 500 inhabitants, it's an oasis of tranquility.
In this oasis, you can find Villa Princess Elena with a stunning view of the Dubrovnik area from the heated outdoor infinity pool. Olive, lemon, and pine trees protect the property from curious looks. At the same time, guests soak up the Mediterranean sun or dreamy sunsets on the terrace. The villa features five bedrooms, an open space living and dining area, a Finnish sauna, and a villa manager & concierge at disposal.
Another treasure hidden in the beautiful sceneries of Orašac is Villa Dubrovnik Dream. This luxurious rental is suitable for up to eight people. Seamlessly blended with its surrounding, Dubrovnik Dream offers a large courtyard with a heated pool, an outdoor lounge area, and a garden. The property also provides a professional chef service so that you can try out delicious and healthy Mediterranean cuisine with locally grown produce and freshly caught fish.