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Villa Solea

Set in stunning countryside in the hinterland of Makarska and Split, 18 km (10 miles) from some of the best beaches. Villa Solea accommodates up to 12 guests.

6 en-suite rooms with queen size beds, each room has TV and phone. Guest cottage with en-suite room and own kitchen. Terrace with barbecue facilities accommodates up to 25 people and is also suitable for outdoor meetings. Entertainment area in the attic comes with own bar, sound system and poker table. Possibilities to make own wine – harvesting and preparation, as well as tasting. Privacy, ambiance, mild temperature during summer, easy accessibility from the highway.

Room Amenities

1,2,3 and 4

Satellite TV
Wireless high-speed Internet access
Work desk & chair
Phone
Hair dryer
Cosmetic mirror

Room Amenities

room 5
Flat-screen cable TV
Wireless high-speed Internet access
Work desk & chair
Phone
Hair dryer
Cosmetic mirror

Room Amenities

room 6
Satellite TV
On-demand movies (surcharge)
Wireless high-speed Internet access
Work desk & chair
Phone
Hair dryer
Cosmetic mirror

The villa is located in a very quiet village Grabovac, where you can have an absolute peaceful & relaxing holiday with everything being only a 30 minutes drive. The villa is surrounded by mountains and has fantastic sunsets. The guests have on disposal one more house, the restaurated object, once used for drying meat, and now it contains a great fireplace, a baker’s oven and a room with a bathroom.

Parking for 10 cars
– Pool with waterfall (The water is free of any chemical supstances)
– Jacuzzi & Sauna (Finnish)
– Gym
– Massage chair – Room for billiards, darts, pinball
– Bowling outdoor ground
– Rooms for chess, cards, and other social games

Swimming Pool

– with heating system and asymmetrically shaped, this pool is 13.5 m long, 6.5 m wide and 1.6 m deep, with two levels of depth. Big circular waterfall and a fountain made of naturally shaped rocks make this pool very interesting and unique. Also, there is a whirlpool for 6 people, with a table in the middle. The pool water is free of any chemical substances.

JULY & AUGUST
Minimum stay – 7 days
Arrivals on Saturday
In other periods on request.

Tax is included

Check-in time

16:00

Check-out time

10:00

Pets

no

Accepted credit cards

deposit 1000€

Facilities

  • Air condition
  • Billiard room
  • Dishwasher
  • Grill
  • Gym
  • Jacuzzi
  • Kitchen
  • Parking
  • Pool
  • Safe deposit box
  • Satellite TV
  • Sauna with shower
  • Telephone
  • Washing machine
  • Wi-Fi

Activities

DALMATIAN BOWLING – The yard of the Villa accommodates a 26m long bowling field. Everyone will quickly learn and enjoy this game, which also exists as an Olympic discipline. MUSEUM AND A ZOO – with most trophies lives in Grabovac. His trophy museum is one of the nicest in the country, but it’s also well known as a museum with highest number of moufflon trophies in the world. The ZOO is located within natural authentic ambient, where many different species freely move around fenced grounds. HUNTING – Grabovac village and surroundings and well known areas for small animals, and the nearby Biokovo mountain is the most famous as hunting area for wild goats, wild pig and moufflon. RIDING AND CARRAIGE – Those that enjoy riding can practice their hobby with beautiful Lipizzaner horses. Less brave once can enjoy rides in a beautiful old fashioned carriage. POKER – mobile convertible table can be placed on any location inside and around the Villa. Possibility to organize excursions nearby the villa - rafting on Cetina River – from Blato to Omiš - beautiful untouched nature and the canyons where the western film Winnetou was shot - organizing of lunch for small and big groups - hike up the mountain Biokovo slope, Sv. Jure, by following the marked trails, with or without a guide - Departing in the vicinity of Zagvozd 10 km away from the villa - Following the “wine roads” visits to wine cellars - consumption of products in winery Grabovac - tour of a typical Dalmatian town Imotski - visit the two beautiful lakes: Red and Blue lake - possibility of an organized lunch, distance 25 km from the villa - Transfers to Brela, Baska Voda, Makarska - departures at Fish picnics on the islands of Brac and Hvar, 22 km distance from the villa - go to the sanctuary at Medjugorje, distance from villa - 50 km

Internet

wi-fi

Parking

Parking for 10 cars

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Grabovac

Grabovac

Grabovac is a typical village in Dalmatian hinterland. It is located on the north side of the Mt Biokovo, along the state road Šestanovac-Vrgorac. Ongoing work on the tunnel breakthrough St. Ilija through the mountain and completing the same from Baška Voda until Grabovac will enumerate about 12 km. The place as such is ideal for rest and relaxation from the daily rush and noise. For emergency supply there is a store and has a post office. All the larger and more demanding requirements can be found in Šestanovac.

Of the important things there are:
– The Hunter Museum, the owner is Ante Dundić from Goričaj
– The cave along the highway route which isn’t yet in use duet to conservation examinations

For nature lovers, behind Makarska there is the nature park Biokovo, the highest mountain in the central Dalmatian region, on which trekking excursions are organized. Excursions: to the nature park Biokovo, Split, Trogir, Solin, Dubrovnik, the canyon of the river Cetina with rafting facilities, the National park Krka, boat trips to the islands of Hvar, Brac and Korcula.

Baska Voda – only 10 km away from Makarska, is the most visited and the oldest summer resort of Makarska Riviera. Afforested landscape, gravel beaches, clean sea and quality hotel and apartments` offer are the most successful ambassadors of rich natural and tourist value of the place. Historical and cultural heritage which goes back to the Bronze Age is today presented in the exhibition of the Archaeological Museum and the Town Museum of Baska Voda. Cultural and entertaining event “Baskovodsko ljeto” (Baška Voda Summer Festival), apart from the vast gastronomic offer of autochthonous specialties, guarantees good time for all the participants.

YOU MUST VISIT

Shell museum in Makarska – This interesting museum is situated within the convent of the Blessed Virgin Mary and it was founded in the year 1963. The museum was founded after much research and a long period of collecting shells from all over the world. Today it is labelled a cultural monument with over 3000 samples of shells from the Adriatic, tropical and subtropical seas. These shells are very attractive due to their interesting colors and shapes.

The middle part of Dalmatia is situated between Primosten in the north and the fertile valley of the river Neretva in the south. The capital of the region is Split, which originates from the time of Roman emperor Diocletianus, whose palace is still today the most important monument in the town. In front of Split is located the island Brac with its Vidova gora (the highest hill in the Adriatic islands) and the “Golden Horn”, probably the most beautiful beach in Dalmatia. Between the place Brela and the river Neretva is located the “Makarska Riviera”, considered by many people to be the most beautiful part of the Croatian coast with its wonderful pebble beaches.



Sports & nature

Sports & natureFor nature lovers, behind Makarska there is the nature park Biokovo, the highest mountain in the central Dalmatian region, on which trekking excursions are organized. Excursions: to the nature park Biokovo, Split, Trogir, Solin, Dubrovnik, the canyon of the river Cetina with rafting facilities, the National park Krka, boat trips to the islands of Hvar, Brac and Korcula.

Nightlife info

Nightlife infoYou can visit towns Split and Makarska.

Culture and history info

Culture and history infoThe Sinjska alka is an equestrian competition which has been held every first Sunday in the month of August in town of Sinj, Croatia since 1715, commemorating the victory over Ottoman Turkish administration. It consists of an equestrian competition, in which various horsemen attempt to aim their lances at a hanging metal ring (alka) at full gallop. In 2010 it has been inscribed in UNESCO Intangible Cultural Heritage Lists.

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