Villa Sofija is a cute, well-used space villa, located in quiet, still undiscovered Smokvina bay, just a 25 minutes drive from the crowd of Dubrovnik.
Basically, It's a fully restored two floor house with 3 level cascaded surrounding area of 350 m2, including fully equipped accommodation facility, a swimming pool, two spacious terraces, outside kitchenette with barbecue, and a small fitness/yoga room with small lawn in front.
The accommodation facility itself consists of two floor unit of 74 m2 housing surface, with up to 5 guests capacity.
Basement floor is comprised of a fully equipped kitchen, living room, dining room and a bathroom.
First floor is comprised of one master double bedroom with a lovely terrace for a breathtaking view, second double bedroom and one twin bedroom. There is also a shower equipped second bathroom.
Just in front of house, there is spacious porch or a terrace dinning area, connected to the sundeck with 18 m2 swimming pool. All of Villa's surrounding areas can be utilized in many ways; breakfast in the morning, sunbathing near the pool, yoga stretchings or a late night gatherings with a glass of wine - the choice is yours.
Great care and attention has been given to details and interior design, and we believe that we managed to achieved true Mediterranean feel to it, with light colors and tasteful furnishings.
The huge advantage of this villa is in its stashed location offering some calming experience rounded with stunning panoramic view to Elaphite islets.Only fifty meters below the villa there is a beautiful pebble beach with crystal clear blue sea.
For those looking to spend a more active holiday and to explore Dubrovnik riviera and coast, there is UNESCO protected ancient town of Ston with its world famous restaurants only 10 minutes away by car. Famous national park Island of Mljet, as well as many untouched nature, is also nearby.
On the outside there is covered park place with enough space for two cars.
The most mesmerizing sights that one can enjoy in the Dubrovnik area are not on the land necessarily, but instead, still await to be discovered, the Elaphite islands. This picturesque archipelago in the vicinity of Dubrovnik comprises 13 islands, islets and rocks, all closely bound to Dubrovnik and its past. The Elaphites appear as constant guardians of the sea and the coast; they have always been the home of the captains and sailors of the Dubrovnik Republic, as well as the present day Dubrovnik.Get the full listing »