Frequently Asked Questions
WHAT IS THE SOJOURN TAX?
Sojourn Tax is a small amount of tax you have to pay for each day that you stay in our Croatian accommodation. Sojourn Tax is calculated per person, per night, and is charged 10 kunas (around 1,4 euros) per person per night. Children under the age of 12 will not have to pay this tax but children from 12 to 18 will pay half the standard rate.
HOW CAN WE GET TO THE VILLAS THAT ARE LOCATED ON THE ISLANDS?
There are many transport links throughout Croatia that link the main airports to the various islands throughout Croatia. If you are traveling throughout Croatia, we’d recommend renting a car, but if not then you can travel throughout Croatia and to the islands with public transport.
Brac Island and Hvar Island have ferries, taxi boats, and catamarans that can transport you.
See timetables and offers to suit your schedule by visiting http://jadrolinija.hr
WILL OUR VILLA HAVE A SHOP NEARBY?
There are shops and restaurants within close vicinity of our villas. Each villa description will show you how close the nearest shops, beaches, restaurants, and city centers are.
WHAT CURRENCY IS USED IN CROATIA?
The local currency in Croatia is EURO. You will be able to pay with cards throughout Croatia.
ARE PETS ALLOWED IN THE VILLAS?
A lot of our villas accept pets, but this does not include all of the villas. When viewing our villas, there will be a notice displaying whether or not pets are accepted. Alternatively, you can contact us to discuss which of our villas accept pets.
DO THE PRICES APPLY TO THE ENTIRE VILLA OR PER PERSON?
The prices indicated apply to the entire villa for one night.
If you have any more questions about our villas and services, be sure to contact us so we can discuss all your holiday needs and inquiries.