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Villa Art Deco
This luxurious, historic and spacious villa is located in Dubrovnik's most elite and private residential neighborhood. It’s within walking distance of the historic old city of Dubrovnik. This idyllic property was built in 1938 and renovated in 2013. It comfortably sleeps up to 13 people and stretches over four floors. It's very airy and relaxed thanks to the 500m² interior living space and generously proportioned garden and terraces. Villa Art Deco has a garage with two closed parking spaces and an additional four outdoor parking spaces. Art Deco is completely air conditioned. It has Wi-Fi, LCD Satellite television and a DVD player for entertainment any time. Soothe yourself before or after a busy day by indulging in the jetted tub or sauna, both suitable for two people. The sizeable swimming pool is big enough for your entire group to enjoy a cooling dip when the temperature soars. When you stay in this property, you could be forgiven for thinking it doubles as an art gallery; the walls of the villa are decorated with numerous paintings by top Croatian artists, which give an extra touch of color and feeling of sophistication. The property has a professional kitchen that is equipped with a stove with four hot plates, oven, hood, dishwasher and many more modern conveniences. There are plenty of places selling fresh, local seafood and other produce in Dubrovnik, so mealtimes will be a mouth-watering experience for sure. There are five bedrooms over three floors in the villa, each with an en-suite bathroom. The bedroom on the first floor has a majestic ocean view you’ll long to wake up to every morning. A baby cot is also available if you’re traveling with a young child. The old city of Dubrovnik has more than enough to keep your party entertained regardless of age. As well as the various historic sights, there’s a picturesque Marina and Port, and Banje Pebble Beach is only 350 meters away. Dubrovnik Airport (DBV) is 20 km away from Villa Art Deco. Whatever you decide to do on your vacation, you’ll be sure to return to a welcoming and spacious property at the end of each day when you choose Villa Art Deco. Copyright © Luxury Retreats. All Rights Reserved. BEDROOM & BATHROOM Ground Floor • Bedroom 1: 2 Single beds, En-suite bathroom with shower First Floor • Bedroom 2: King size bed, En-suite bathroom, Ocean view Second Floor • Bedroom 3: Double bed, Ensuite bathroom with tub • Bedroom 4: Double bed, Ensuite bathroom with tub Attic • Bedroom 5: Double bed, Ensuite bathroom • Additional Bedding: Baby cot FEATURES & AMENITIES • More under “What this place offers” below Included: • More under “What this place offers” below Extra Cost (advance notice may be required): • Activities and excursions • More under “Add-on services” below
Villa in Dubrovnik
Dubrovnik's prestigious seaside is yours to discover at Villa Lucija. Gaze out over the Adriatic from the hot tub or pool. Move to the terrace lounge and admire the architecture of Old City Harbor. Dubrovnik's ancient city walls are just a short walk from the villa when you're ready to explore. If you'd rather travel by sea, there's excellent kayaking, with rentals readily available nearby. Copyright © Luxury Retreats. All rights reserved. BEDROOM & BATHROOM First Floor Presidential Suite • Bedroom 1 - Primary: King size bed, Ensuite bathroom with jetted bathtub, Air conditioning, Balcony, Ocean view • Bedroom 2: Queen size bed, Ensuite bathroom with jetted bathtub, Balcony, Ocean view Second Floor Superior Suite • Bedroom 3: Queen size bed, Ensuite bathroom with jetted bathtub, Balcony, Ocean view • Bedroom 4: Queen size bed, Ensuite bathroom with jetted bathtub, Balcony, Ocean view Third Floor Junior Suite • Bedroom 5: Queen size bed, Ensuite bathroom with jetted bathtub, Living room, Kitchenette, Balcony, Ocean view • Bedroom 6: Queen size bed, Ensuite bathroom with jetted bathtub, Living room, Kitchenette, Balcony, Ocean view OUTDOOR FEATURES • Outdoor living space • Terrace • Garden • More under “What this place offers” below STAFF & SERVICES Included: • Pool maintenance • Gardener At Extra Cost – advance notice may be required: • Activities and excursions • Villa manager • Babysitting service • Concierge service • Business Services • Personal Trainer • Event fee
Villa in Dubrovnik
Villa Agape features 350 square meters of interior. Four bedrooms with en-suite bathrooms can easily accommodate up to 8 guests. The spacious living area is made up of an open space concept, perfect for spending relaxing time with family and friends. The house is full of bright surfaces and natural materials. Outside there is a private pool with sun loungers and sun umbrellas, fully equipped outdoor kitchen with a dining table. For the full guests privacy, the yard is fenced with a stone wall.
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The ancient walled, medieval city of Dubrovnik is one of Europe’s most popular cultural hotspots to visit. Most recently, vacationers have flocked to the city because of the UNESCO world heritage site’s starring role as King’s Landing in HBO’s Game of Thrones, and as a location for Hollywood blockbusters, Star Wars: The Last Jedi and Robin Hood: Origins. But aside from its silver screen fame, this city’s rich history, dating back hundreds of years, ensures there is plenty to see and experience while on vacation here. From the Gothic, Medieval, and Baroque architecture of the palaces, churches, and monasteries housed within Dubrovnik’s old town Stari Grad, to the museums, open-air markets, and seaside restaurants; sightseeing is high on the agenda when visiting the Pearl of the Adriatic. That’s if you can tear yourself away from the many beaches and rocky coves.
Seeing the sights
There is so much to see on foot in Dubrovnik that walking through the medieval city’s cobbled streets is a pleasure that’s hard to beat. The city gets very busy during July and August and it pays to get up early to do see all Dubrovnik has to offer. A wonderful way to see the city from a new viewpoint is to walk along the top of the old town’s walls. An audio tour is available from the main entrance of the Pile Gate and the two-kilometer walk takes about two hours to complete. If you want to get even higher, take a cable car up to Mount Strad to see the entire vista of the city laid out before you.
Architecture buffs will enjoy the Sponza Palace, Rector’s Palace and the Dominican monastery for their gothic splendor. The Maritime Museum is where all naval historians should head to discover the history of the Republic of Ragusa’s extensive naval power.
There are plenty of great shopping opportunities in Dubrovnik. Head to the Gunduliceva Poljana open-air market and stock up on fresh fruits, vegetables, and dried figs that are perfect for alfresco picnics. The market also sells locally produced lavender oils and embroidered linens which make excellent gifts. If you’d like to take home some regional wines, olive oil, honey or rakija (locally produced fruit brandy), look out for Dubrovacka Kuca, a store close to St Dominic’s Tower in the Old Town. There are plenty of designer boutiques for a little sartorial thrill too – Maria Concept Store is one of the best, selling Saint Laurent and Givenchy to name a few.
There is a very established café culture in Dubrovnik. Stradun Street is the epicenter for cafes and gelaterias, making it the perfect place for a pit stop on a day’s sightseeing tour. For more elaborate meals, there are multiple options on every street corner. With local seafood a must-try, make a date to visit Prora at the Hotel Excelsior. It’s a waterfront restaurant serving classic local dishes such as squid ink risotto, fried calamari, and fresh oysters. Honeymooners may want to visit Nautika, near the Pile Gate – it’s been voted the 6th most romantic restaurant in the world by Conde Nast Traveler, as its small terraces look out over the bay and its traditional Croatian dishes are delicious. Sushi fans will love Bota, a small terraced restaurant near the Cathedral which serves fresh Oysters and sushi.
Dubrovnik sunsets are legendary, and what better way to watch the sun go down than with a cocktail in hand? Look out for Buza, a tiny bar built into the rocks and accessed through a hole in the old town wall. It’s a low-key venue with tables dotted all over the rocks by the sea, serving spritz cocktails, chilled pilsner lagers, and rakija fruit brandies.
If sampling a glass or two of Croatian wine is appealing, cut a dash to La Bodega, a chic bar with an extensive wine list, set over four floors in a 17th century stone building. For evenings with musical accompaniment, make a plan to go to the Troubadour Hard Jazz Cafe, which offers live music every night of the week during the summer season.
The beauty of Dubrovnik is that there are so many rocky coves and small pebble beaches to discover and claim as your own. Hiring a boat is the easiest way to explore the coastline independently (your Luxury Resorts concierge will be able to help you with this) but there are some popular beaches to lounge on during your stay, too. The most loved is Banje; it’s a pebbly and sandy beach with deck chairs that can be rented from the East-West Beach Club. The Coral Beach Club is also worth a visit. It’s a sandy beach with large sun loungers and an open-air bar with cocktails served straight to your chair. A twenty-minute walk from Banje beach, along a pine tree-fringed path, leads to Sveti Jakov, a sand and shingle beach with views of Lokum island and close to the Hotel Villa Dubrovnik for a quick lunch pit stop. Large family parties should check out Copacabana beach, set in the Valamar Hotel complex which is one of the city’s largest pebble beaches and is popular for its shallow waters.
On the road
There is plenty to see outside of the city limits and whether you want to jump in a car or hire a boat, these little excursions can be achieved within a day. Food lovers should head to the Peljesac Peninsula to sample fresh oysters and local wines. The Mali Ston bay within the peninsula is home to the rare European flat oyster and is worth making the trip to sample this delicacy alone.
Close to the city is the Saints Hill Winery, which is loved for its crisp rosé wine and fantastic restaurant. If you and your vacation crew want to take to the waters, there are regular 15-minute ferry rides from the Old Town Port to Lokrum island. Its botanical islands are the perfect way to while away an afternoon.
Where to stay – Dubrovnik villas
With hilltop views, easy access to beaches, and luxurious interiors, our elegant homes on the Dubrovnik Riviera are the ultimate home-away-from-home.
Up on the hill
Renting villas in Dubrovnik is a great way to ensure large vacation parties, whether family or friends, have their needs met completely. Many of the modern apartments and villas are set into the hillside with panoramic views of the Adriatic Sea, while still being close enough to walk into Stari Grad within minutes. Landscaped gardens, open plan terraces, private swimming pools and outdoor kitchens are just some of the features you can look forward to. Secret pebble or sandy beaches can be reached by steps or pine tree-lined paths from the villas, meaning midnight dips are very much on the menu.
Into the blue
Eight kilometers north of Dubrovnik lies Zaton Bay a horseshoe-shaped bay lined with pine trees, little pebble coves, and secret swimming spots. From the 15th century onwards it was where the nobility of Dubrovnik vacationed, making ourZaton Bay vacation rentals a truly wonderful proposition. Step forward the Villa Pugliesi; a 15th-century summer residence renovated with all the modern amenities vacation parties of 14 could need. Think terraced Mediterranean gardens, private pool, fountain, central library and private chapel. The front terraces overlook the Zaton Bay and the Elaphiti islands, while Konavle village with its local eateries and vineyards are just a quick drive away.