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This beautiful luxurious Croatian villa has fabulous 360views and can comfortably accommodate 10 people.
The villa has been converted from an old school house and sits on top of a hill with 360 views over
the sea, Motovun and Grozjnan. The villa has 450sq.m. of living area set in 4,000 sq.m. of land.
The villa is fully staffed with a housekeeper/cook, maid and gardener. The local concierge can
recommend and book the best restaurants and activities for your party during your stay.
The Villa's accomodation comprises of:-
2 master bedrooms with en suite bathrooms
3 twin bedrooms all with en suite bathrooms
Living and dining areas with 4 meter high ceilings and spectacular views
Separate sitting area with open log fire
PC and hi-speed wireless internet connection
Outside dining terraces with gas barbeque
Heated swimming pool with outside shower
Main Level Sleeps 6
There are three bedrooms on the main level which include one of the Master bedrooms and 2 twin
bedrooms, all of which have en suite bathrooms. The Master bedroom has double doors opening up
onto its own terrace area. The Main level also accommodates an extremely spacious and well
equipped living room with wide screen TV, DVD and surround sound with several large sofas and
dining for 10, as well as an additional seating area. Several doors open up along the terrace where
further dining and comfortable seating can be found by the swimming pool. There is a spacious
kitchen, utility area and storage on the main floor.
Upper Level Sleeps 4
A further Master bedroom is found on the upper level along with another twin/double bedroom, again
with en suite bathrooms. The Master bedroom has a private terrace with views towards the Adriatic Sea.
Situated in northern Istria. The eastern coastline of the Adriatic Sea is certainly one of the most beautiful and unspoiled in Europe and is enhanced by more than a 1000 islands.
It is often said that Istria is very similar to Tuscany and it is true. Picturesque villages with old stone
houses and cobbled streets, tiny shops and attractive restaurants, and a church with spire or tower,
cling to the top of the steep hills with stunning views across fields and woods to the next hill-top
village in the distance.
The difference lies in the clear blue waters of the beautiful Adriatic Sea which is never far away and,
along its coast, more than two thousand years of history unfold. The ancient town of Pula, with its
astonishingly-preserved Roman amphitheatre, and the medieval, Byzantine and Venetian monuments
of Porec and other small towns, reveal the thriving communities that have lived along these shores
since pre-Roman times.
Istria is also famous for its Gastronomy - lots of truffles, game and wonderful seafood washed down
with high quality local wine.