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Villa Tereza

In the lush green Konavle countryside, hidden away from the hustle and bustle of modern life, lies the beautiful Villa Tereza. As you enter the villa through the impressive courtyard area it seems that time stopped centuries ago. Villa Tereza is the perfect holiday villa and a wonder of tradition and culture, a monument to a time when the aristocracy ruled the region, a time of nobility.

Located in Čilipi in Konavle the Villa Tereza offers the ideal base for exploring the region. Konavle – a place in the very south of Croatia, is the most southern part of today’s Dubrovnik Riviera; a region with particular  natural beauties and contrasts: mountain and valley, green hills and naked stone, the blue and the green.

Villa Tereza in Konavle has a long and wealthy history. The villa was originally mentioned back in the second half of the 18th century. Although the history doesn’t start there, in the 15th century the charming chapel located in the villa’s gardens was constructed. It can be also be assumed, although the history books are vague, that the chapel was built by a noble family that once upon a time owned the villa. The only remaining evidence of the villas existence today is a land right to the property by the Caboga in 1891. Villa Tereza has stood proudly overlooking the rolling hills of Konavle for centuries.

The courtyard, with a feature Konavle style window and a magnificent Cyprus tree in the center, will leave you intrigued, this is an entrance to impress and it works. The living room oozes class, the fusion of the traditional and the modern is a feature that continues throughout the whole villa. The villa stands surrounded by a spacious and typically Mediterranean garden. Fling open the shutters of your bedroom and you’ll be greeted by a green oasis, a garden that makes the villa the ideal location for the whole family.

And there is plenty of room inside the villa to spread your wings with four bedrooms located on the first floor each luxuriously decorated. Three bedrooms have balconies with panoramic views over the gorgeous Konavle countryside, ideal for morning coffee or with a cocktail as the sun sets. There are 2 bathrooms on the first floor, one with bath and another with shower plus toilet on the ground floor.

Rates include: wi-fi Internet connection, maid service once a week, pool and gardens maintenance, welcome pack, city tax
Extra cleaning fee: 50 Euro per cleaning

Villa features:

property size: 3000 sqm
house: 400 sqm
gardens, terraces and other outdoor space: 2600 sqm

8 guests in 4 double rooms
2 Bathrooms:
1 with bath; 1 with shower
1 toilette
Fully equipped kitchen
Living and dining room
Traditional dining room (tavern)
Separate live-in staff quarters
Outside heated swimming pool (round pool, 5 m diameter) with sun beds and shades
Outside dining area
Laundry with washing machine and dryer
Terraces with seating sets

AC, security alarm system, SAT TV, DVD player, alarm clock, Wi-Fi Internet connection, telephone, dish washer,
microwave, coffee maker, iron and ironing board, safety deposit box, hairdryer, toiletries, slippers, bathrobes

Villa Tereza is the feel of the nobility.

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pet friendly property


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


Cavtat is located between the magic city of Dubrovnik on one side and beautiful Konavle on the other.




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Konavle is a place in the south of Croatia and it is the most southern part of Dubrovnik Riviera. Konavle is separated from the sea by a chain of lower hills.There are 30 villages  and the largest villages are Cilipi and Gruda.

The name Konavle derives from the Latin word “canale”, “canalis”.In the local dialect “konali”, “kanali”, what is connected with the viaduct, which, in the times of the Romans carried water from Vodovađa to Epidaurum- today’s Cavtat.

  • Konavle is a region with particular natural beauties and contrasts: mountain and valley, green hills and naked stone, the blue and the green. Konavle will fascinate everyone by the mountains in the North, bordered by the Adriatic Sea in the South.

There is a rural architecture, numerous monuments of the thousand-year-old history of this area. The tradition is kept through folklore, the distinctive traditional costumes of Konavle and the Konavle`s embroidery. In Konavle, you can find the harmony of life and the nature and Konavle will stay in your memory as the unique and recognisable experience.

Although Konavle is a relatively small area, we distinguish three different parts in Konavle: the rocky coast, the central part – the field and the mountain region. The northern mountain part is dominated by the mountain massif of Sniježnica /1234 m/ and Bjelotina. The fertile Konavle field represents the central part of Konavle and there is the Bay of Župa with its beautiful coves and peninsulas. Almost one third of the area of Konavle is covered with forests: macchias, pines and cypresses predominate, you can also find oak  forests.

The climate in Konavle is the Mediterranean: mild winters, dry and hot summers, the winds are jugo, bora  and the mistral. The agricultural cultures are the wine-growing and the olive but you can find the other fruit and garden cultures.

Konavle is for people who like peace, nature and vacation without stress.

Sports & nature

Sports & natureAlthough Konavle is a relatively small area, we distinguish three different parts in Konavle: the rocky coast, the central part – the field and the mountain region. The agricultural cultures are the wine-growing and the olive. You can enjoy in cycling, walking...

Nightlife info

Nightlife infoThere is a rustic restaurant, Konavoski Dvori.

Culture and history info

Culture and history infoSpend a Sunday morning in the village of Čilipi where traditional folk dances are held every week. When you come, you will have a welcome with dry figs and herb brandy. In the village of Pridvorje is a Ducal palace that recalls the days when wealthy Dubrovnik residents built villas in the region. In the hamlet of Mocici is an ancient temple complex and it dates of Illyrians.

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