Orvas Villa 32

Dubrovnik, Croatia
12 guests
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6 bedrooms

Villa Orchid

Štikovica, Croatia
12 guests
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6 bedrooms

Orvas Villa 3

Primošten, Croatia
14 guests
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7 bedrooms
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Villas in Croatia

Villas In Croatia - Choose the Right One

Best Buy Villas In Croatia - There is a lot to consider when planning a vacation and choosing the right Croatia villa for you. Find the villa that suits you best. This may be whether you're looking for luxury Croatian villas, a luxurious and fully equipped home away from home, or just a taste of the Croatian villa lifestyle. You will save time and effort as well as be assured of quality and safety when you choose Orvas as your dependable partner..

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Our luxury Villas in Croatia with pools offer the height of luxury, making for an extra special villa holiday. Croatia is a cultural country that offers a diverse range of activities so no matter where you decide to stay in the country, you won’t be bored. With a warm Mediterranean climate and idyllic sandy beaches, the wonderful islands make for the perfect relaxing break whilst the rich greenery and hilly terrain is perfect for those who are seeking a more active holiday, not to mention the wide range of water sports that are available.

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If you decide to vacation in Croatia there are numerous Croatian destinations to choose from. Our villas will give you the ultimate in comfort and pleasure, while being completely isolated and secluded, providing you with a true feeling of privacy and luxury.

Trogir Riviera

Trogir Riviera

Trogir, often referred to as the "Stone Beauty," is a charming coastal town located in central Dalmatia, Croatia. With its rich history and stunning architectural heritage, Trogir is a true gem that attracts visitors from around the world. The town is situated on a small island, connected to the mainland and the larger island of Čiovo by bridges. Its historic center, protected as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, is a true open-air museum. As you wander through the narrow cobbled streets, you'll be surrounded by centuries-old stone buildings, intricate Gothic and Renaissance palaces, and well-preserved medieval walls. Trogir's most iconic landmark is the Cathedral of St. Lawrence. This masterpiece of Romanesque and Gothic architecture stands proudly in the town's main square and boasts a magnificent bell tower that offers breathtaking views of the surrounding area. Inside the cathedral, you'll find a treasury of art, including the famous Radovan's Portal, a masterpiece of medieval sculpture. Another must-see attraction is the Kamerlengo Fortress, located at the western end of the town's waterfront. This imposing fortress was built in the 15th century and offers panoramic views of Trogir and the Adriatic Sea. It often serves as a venue for various cultural events and performances during the summer months. Trogir's rich history can be explored further at the City Museum housed in the Garagnin-Fanfogna Palace. The museum showcases a collection of artifacts, paintings, and sculptures that tell the story of the town's past, from ancient times through the Venetian and Habsburg periods. Beyond its historical treasures, Trogir also boasts a vibrant atmosphere and a lively waterfront promenade. The promenade, lined with cafes, restaurants, and shops, is the perfect place to enjoy a leisurely stroll and soak up the lively atmosphere. As you wander, you'll encounter yachts and sailboats moored in the harbor, adding to the town's nautical charm. Trogir's location also makes it an excellent starting point for exploring the nearby islands and coastal attractions. From here, you can embark on boat trips to the picturesque islands of Hvar, Brač, and Šolta, or discover secluded beaches and hidden coves along the Adriatic coast. With its enchanting blend of history, culture, and natural beauty, Trogir offers a truly unforgettable experience. Whether you're a history enthusiast, a lover of architecture, or simply seeking a charming coastal getaway, Trogir is sure to capture your heart and leave you with lasting memories.

Sibenik Riviera

Sibenik Riviera

Sibenik is a charming town located on the picturesque Adriatic coast of Croatia. With its rich history, stunning architecture, and idyllic setting, Sibenik offers a unique blend of cultural heritage and natural beauty. One of the most notable landmarks in Sibenik is the magnificent St. James Cathedral, a UNESCO World Heritage site. This architectural masterpiece was constructed entirely from stone in the 15th and 16th centuries, making it a true testament to human craftsmanship. The cathedral's intricate details and intricate decorations showcase the skill and artistry of the Renaissance period. As you wander through the narrow, cobbled streets of Sibenik's Old Town, you'll encounter charming squares, lively cafes, and vibrant local markets. The town's well-preserved medieval architecture provides a glimpse into its past, with centuries-old stone buildings and fortifications that once protected the town from invaders. A stroll along Sibenik's waterfront promenade reveals breathtaking views of the sparkling Adriatic Sea. The town's location near the Krka and Kornati National Parks makes it a perfect base for exploring the region's natural wonders. Krka National Park, known for its stunning waterfalls and lush landscapes, is just a short drive away. Visitors can take a boat trip to the Kornati Islands, an archipelago of 89 islands renowned for their pristine beauty and crystal-clear waters. Šibenik is also a vibrant cultural hub, hosting numerous festivals and events throughout the year. The International Children's Festival, held annually in June, brings together young artists from around the world to showcase their talents in music, dance, and theater. The Sibenik Cultural Summer, a series of concerts, exhibitions, and theatrical performances, adds a lively atmosphere to the town during the warmer months. Food lovers will delight in Sibenik's culinary offerings, which showcase the flavors of the Dalmatian region. Traditional dishes such as fresh seafood, grilled meats, and locally produced olive oil can be savored in cozy restaurants and taverns. Don't forget to pair your meal with a glass of local wine or rakija, a traditional Croatian brandy. Whether you're exploring its historic sites, enjoying the natural beauty of the surrounding area, or immersing yourself in its cultural events, Sibenik has something to offer every visitor. With its unique blend of history, architecture, and natural wonders, this coastal gem is sure to leave a lasting impression and create unforgettable memories.

Istria

Istria

Istria, a beautiful region situated in the northeastern part of the Adriatic Sea, is a place that effortlessly enchants visitors with its diverse offerings and stunning landscapes. Istria truly captures the essence of the Mediterranean. With its picturesque coastal towns, such as Pula, Rovinj, and Poreč, Istria boasts a coastline adorned with azure waters and charming pebble beaches. These coastal gems offer a perfect blend of relaxation, water sports, and exploration of ancient Roman ruins and medieval architecture. Pula's impressive Roman amphitheatre, in particular, stands as a testament to the region's historical significance. Venturing inland, Istria reveals its lush green countryside, adorned with rolling hills, vineyards, and olive groves. This bucolic landscape is ideal for outdoor enthusiasts and nature lovers, who can embark on scenic hikes or bike rides, discovering hidden hilltop villages and ancient ruins. Istria's culinary scene is another aspect that sets it apart. Renowned for its delectable truffles, olive oils, and fresh seafood, the region offers a gastronomic adventure. From cosy taverns to fine dining establishments, Istria's restaurants and konobas (traditional Istrian pubs) serve up an array of mouthwatering dishes, showcasing the region's rich culinary heritage. Beyond its natural and gastronomic wonders, Istria hosts numerous festivals, art exhibitions, and cultural events annually. Visitors can immerse themselves in the region's vibrant arts and entertainment scene, from the Istrian Summer Music Festival to the Motovun Film Festival. Whether you seek a relaxing seaside getaway, an active exploration of nature, or a culinary journey through the senses, Istria offers an unforgettable experience that leaves a lasting impression. All mentioned makes Istria a true gem of the Adriatic, inviting travellers from all corners of the globe to discover its enchanting allure.

Dalmatian Hinterland

Dalmatian Hinterland

The Dalmatian hinterland is a captivating region located in the heart of Dalmatia, Croatia. Nestled between the majestic Dinaric Alps and the sparkling Adriatic Sea, this area offers a stunning contrast of rugged mountain landscapes and picturesque coastal scenery. Known for its untouched nature, quaint villages, and rich cultural heritage, the Dalmatian hinterland provides a peaceful and authentic experience for travelers seeking a break from the bustling coastal cities. The region is characterized by rolling hills, fertile valleys, and crystal-clear rivers, creating an ideal environment for outdoor enthusiasts and nature lovers. One of the highlights of the Dalmatian hinterland is its charming traditional villages. These hidden gems showcase the timeless beauty of stone houses, narrow cobblestone streets, and ancient churches. Walking through the village streets, you can immerse yourself in the slow-paced lifestyle of the locals and admire the traditional architecture that has stood the test of time. The hinterland is also home to several natural wonders. The Krka and Cetina rivers meander through the region, offering breathtaking landscapes and opportunities for outdoor activities such as kayaking, rafting, and hiking. The Krka National Park, with its magnificent waterfalls and lush vegetation, is a must-visit destination. The park's most famous waterfall, Skradinski Buk, is a true spectacle of cascading water surrounded by lush greenery. The Dalmatian hinterland is also renowned for its rich culinary heritage. The region's fertile land provides a bounty of fresh and organic produce, which is the foundation of its traditional cuisine. From hearty meat dishes, such as lamb and veal roasted under the bell (peka), to delicious homemade cheeses, honey, and local wines, the gastronomic offerings in the hinterland are a treat for food lovers. For those interested in history and culture, the Dalmatian hinterland has a wealth of historical sites and cultural landmarks. Medieval fortresses, ancient ruins, and archaeological sites can be found throughout the region, telling stories of its past and providing a glimpse into the rich history of Dalmatia. Whether you're seeking adventure, relaxation, or cultural exploration, the Dalmatian hinterland offers a unique and authentic experience. It is a place where you can connect with nature, savor traditional flavors, and discover the hidden treasures of Croatia's interior. Explore the enchanting Dalmatian hinterland, a hidden gem in Croatia known for its breathtaking natural beauty, charming rural villages, and rich cultural heritage. Discover ancient ruins, medieval fortresses, and traditional stone houses that tell stories of a bygone era. Taste authentic local cuisine and wines, and experience the warm hospitality of the locals. Whether seeking outdoor adventures, cultural immersion, or a peaceful retreat, the Dalmatian hinterland offers travellers a unique and unforgettable experience!

What our guests are saying

Met owners at time of arrival. Nicest owners I have EVER experienced. They wanted to make sure everything was perfect. We like to cook. They had every type of gadget we needed (good quality). They had...
Steve P.
July 2018
US
Das Haus ist genauso schön und großzügig wie es auf den Bildern aussieht. Die Ausstattung entspricht der Beschreibung, es fehlt an nichts. Die Kommunikation, der Check-in, sowie Check-out waren reibun...
Joline F.
September 2020
DE
Also, diese Unterkunft lässt keine Wünsche offen. Die Beschreibung auf der Homepage von Adria Villas stimmt zu 100% mit dem Erlebten überein. Wir haben in der Tat einen unvergesslichen Urlaub auf KRK...
Wolfgang S.
September 2020
DE
Wow! Das Appartement und die Außenanlage sind ein Traum. Es ist alles perfekt. Familie Nada ist sehr sehr Gastfreundlich. Wir wurden regelmäßig mit selbst Gebackenem oder Gekochtem verwöhnt! Im Haus f...
Sandra W.
July 2020
DE
Wir sind mit 2 Familien für 2 Wochen in die Villa Rossa eingezogen. All unsere Skepsis war umsonst. Nettester Vermieter , sehr zuvorkommend , gastfreundlich ,extrem hilfsbereit und immer erreichbar be...
Barcu H.
August 2020
DE
Bei Ankunft wurden wir sehr sehr freundlich empfangen mit frischen Obst und gekühlten Getränken (Wein, Bier, Mineralwasser, Fruchtsäfte). Das Haus und Grundstück sind sogar schöner als auf den wunders...
Gert B.
July 2020
BE
Fully equipment and a lot of space + outside terrace with own barbecue + barbecue next to the swimming pool. Owner share Netflix account ( especially if you have children ). Parking spot was free and...
Marek D.
May 2019
PL
Es war wirklich ein Traumurlaub. Die Villa Claudia ist top ausgestattet, sauber, einfach traumhaft. Hier wird wirklich an alles gedacht... Privatweg zum Strand, Pool, Grillküche. Alle waren begeistert...
Nadine E.
August 2019
AT

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