ED Ref. 1483284
On the idyllic and car-free island of Silba, surrounded by olive, fig, citrus and pomegranate trees, palm trees and bougainvillea, the Hacienda is a stylish villa in Moorish, Dalmatian style on a hill with stunning views of the offshore sandy bay.
The entire property covers approximately 2.000 m² and offers by the fencing by means of stone walls a large measure of privacy and security.
The property consists of a stone-built tower, with separate access and a living / sleeping area in the lower part of the villa.
The tower (max 2 persons):
Ground floor: large sun terrace (about 40 m²), surrounded by palm trees and Mediterranean vegetation, sun loungers, lounge, summer kitchen with barbecue, brick outdoor shower area
1st floor: Living / dining area, kitchenette, bathroom with toilet, balcony, small breakfast terrace with beautiful views of the offshore islands
2nd floor: bedroom with double bed (1.80 mx 2.00 m), wardrobe, TV, air conditioning
Lower area (max 4 persons):
1. Bedroom: double bed (1.80 mx 2.00 m), large built-in wardrobe, luggage rack, air conditioning, exit to the large sun terrace with sea views
Second Bedroom: double bed (1.80 mx 2.00 m), large built-in wardrobe, luggage rack, air conditioning, exit to the large sun terrace with sea views
Bathroom: double sink, shower, toilet
Living / dining area: fitted kitchen in the Mediterranean country house style, adjoining dining area, couch corner, TV, air conditioning, exit to the large sun terrace with sea views, access to the covered terrace with adjoining large courtyard (patio)
Northern sun terrace: approx. 35 m², beautiful sea view, equipped with a large, stone-built dining table and chairs
Covered south-facing terrace: about 25 m², equipped with dining table and chairs, barbecue, fan, surrounded by lush bougainvillea and patio
Patio: about 150 m², surrounded by stone walls, accessible via separate entrance to the lower area of the villa, sun loungers, solar shower, Mediterranean vegetation
3 more sunshades: on the rest of the property, overgrown with palm trees, citrus and olive trees etc.
WLAN is available throughout the property.
On request, the tower and the lower area of the villa can also be booked separately. Please note the object numbers 2016997 ("Romantic Tower Apartment" for 2 pers.) And 2068190 ("Sea View Apartment" for 4 pers.) At BELLEVUE Holiday House.
From the villa leads an idyllic path between typical Dalmatian dry stone walls (Mocira) to about 100 meters from the beach and the turquoise sandy bay "Sotorisce".
Silba is after Mljet the most wooded island of Croatia and one of 18 inhabited islands of the Zadar archipelago. It lies between the islands of Premuda, Olib, Ilovik and Lošinj in Croatia.
The island has been inhabited since Roman times. In the heyday of the 17th and 18th Century lived up to 1200 people on the island. As the northernmost Dalmatian island, it is also called the gateway to Dalmatia. Silba belongs with about 15 km ² size to the smaller of the inhabited islands of the archipelago. The island has the shape of an elongated strip, which is only about 700 m wide in the middle. Despite the small size, the island has a very rich vegetation and very beautiful small bays. On the island there are both pebble beaches and fine sandy beaches (on the west coast Pokukmarak, Luka sv. Ante, Mavrovo, Lojišće, Pernastica, on the east side Sotorišće, Draga u. a.)
On the island there is a settlement of the same name with restaurants, cafes, bars, shops, a post office and an exchange office as well as a travel agency and an ambulance. There are no roads for cars or motorcycles on Silba.
The nearest major city on the mainland is Zadar (airport), about 50 km away.
Ferry connections and parking opportunities:
There is a daily ferry service to Zadar, in the high season several times a day. Vehicles can be accommodated in a multi-storey car park (approximately 500 meters from the ferry landing stage) for the entire duration of your holiday. Both car park and mooring are located in the immediate vicinity of the old town.Get the full listing »