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Villa Prisca

Villa Prisca is a modern house with swimming pool and garden located in an elite residential area of Meje, just 5 minutes walk from the centre of the city of Split with the Diocletian’s Palace and the Riva. It has three-storey villa with a stunning view of the sea, the city and the Palace.

The villa can accommodate 6 -7 people comfortably. It is a great choice for a family or a group of friends who want to enjoy privacy and peace, yet still be close to the beach and the city that offers entertainment and a variety of historical locations to see and experience.

The ground floor has a large sitting room with kitchen and dining room area, a bedroom with a single pull-out sofa bed and a bathroom with shower unit, washing machine and dryer. The villa is surrounded by a large garden with two garden terraces and a private outdoor swimming pool that form a harmonious unique exterior. The access to the outdoor area is possible from the sitting room (exit to the pool), the dining room (exit to the first garden terrace ) and the kitchen (exit to the second garden terrace ) .

On the first floor there is a large bedroom with a double bed and a terrace, a wardrobe
and bathroom with bath . You can see the kitchen and dining room from the first floor.

The second floor comprises two bedrooms and a bathroom with bath, a large shower unit and two sinks. One bedroom has a double bed and the other has a piano and twin beds which can be joined to form a double bed if needed. Each room has its own terrace.

Villa Prisca has a garage with two parking spots and there is an additional parking spot in front of the garage.

Other information

Minimum stay: 7 nights in July and August; for other periods, please inquiry.
Day of arrival: Saturday or Sunday in July and August; for other periods, please inquiry.

  • Villa equipment:

Washing machine, dryer, heating and cooling system, satellite TV, Hi-fi, piano, home cinema, internet, iron, ironing board, hair dryer

  • Kitchen equipment:

Dishwasher, 4-ring ceramic hob, refrigerator / freezer (ice maker, wine area), oven, coffee maker, microwave oven

  • Bedrooms:

Double-bedded rooms: 2
Twin-bedded rooms: 1 (beds can be united to form a double bed)
Single pull-out sofa in a separate bedroom

  • Bathrooms:

Bathrooms with bath tub: 1
Bathrooms with shower unit: 1
Bathrooms with bath tub and shower unit: 1

Price includes:
Daily rent / electricity / water / final cleaning / linen /
towels / garden maintenance / pool maintenance

Tourist tax included in price.

Deposit on arrival (credit card authoris.): 500 EUR

End cleaning included in the price. (Extra cleaning is 100 EUR)
Exchange of towels: once per week
Short stays possible in periods: 01.09.-15.06.2014.

Check in / check out day for seasons IV and V:Saturday

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Check-out time


Children and extra beds

baby cot on request 1 (single pull-out sofa in a separate bedroom)


no pets allowed


  • Air condition
  • Balcony
  • Dishwasher
  • DVD Player
  • Kitchen
  • Parking
  • Pool
  • Satellite TV
  • TV
  • Washing machine
  • Wi-Fi

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  • Split is the  second largest city in Croatia.It  is economic, administrative, educational, sport and tourist center. The first inhabitant of Split was the Roman emperor Diocletian who started to build his palace in this friendly bay around 293 AD. After his abdication he withdrew to this luxurious palace of about 30 thousand square meters.

The following turbulent centuries made the palace into a town. The town overgrew the walls of the palace and its authorities kept changing – from Croatian kings in 10th century AD, Hungarian and Venetian administration, to French rulers and Austro-Hungarian monarchy.

Such past left its traces.  This mixture of historic layers brought some clumsiness and today all that makes a part of its originality.
The big city today lives by the silent beats of history, lively spirit of the young and its particular Mediterranean charm.

Marjan hill is the first symbol of the town of Split. The people of Split started the forestation of Marjan in 1852, with the planting of the first pine trees. In 1903, society “Marjan” was founded which today takes care of this nature preserve. All the visitors in Marjan can enjoy its peace and quiet, recreation and entertainment, numerous small churches, hermit refuges and natural and jogging paths. A modest zoo is great fun for children.

  • In the 11th century a church “Gospa od Zvonika”‘ was built, originally dedicated to St. Teodor, with a beautiful early-Romanesque bell tower. During the Middle Ages the area  served as a courtroom, and only 50 years ago it was a haven for small shops. Especially is interesting  the specific style of residential construction in the wall, bell tower, part of the guard pathway over the remains of the octagonal towers and a beautiful view of the entire decumanus and a part of the People’s square.

Prokurative is synonymous with portico, decorated promenades of cardo and decumanus, main streets of the Diocletian’s Palace.
This architectural details was used by the Venetians on their central square in front of the cathedral of St. Marco.

Bačvice is a phenomenon of nature, a sandy beach at the heart of the city, in the vicinity of the city harbor, and it can accommodate about r ten thousand people.  In springtime Bačvice turn into a split version of Copacabana where many famous soccer players first displayed their talent, where the rugby in Split was born, where even in wintertime a unique game of “picigin” is played (a sort of volleyball, played in the sea shallows with a small ball).
Bačvice today represents a best known promenade for all generations, and during nighttime is the favorite center of nightlife.

Visit Split and enjoy Croatia!!

Sports & nature

Sports & naturepicigin, football, tennis, Goran Ivanišević

Nightlife info

Nightlife infoRestaurants, disco, caffe bar

Culture and history info

Culture and history infoDiocletian´s Palace, Cathedral treasury, Grgur Ninski, Archaeological museum

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