Welcome to the charming and modern Villa Floramye and to the beautiful 1700-years-old town of Split.

Set on a quiet place, just 5 km from the old city of Split, the villa welcomes you into its unique premises for a memorable holiday. Not far from the villa, only 5 minutes drive to the beautiful sand and pebble beaches of Stobreč and surroundings, explore the lovely nature, extraordinary views along the coastline and learn from the history of local sites.

The capital of the region, the town of Split offers plenty of restaurants, shops, bars, museums, galleries... interesting sightseeing spots, especially the ancient Diocletian Palace, a monumental heritage under Unesco's protection.

The villa is situated very close to Stobreč, Salona and Trogir. A picturesque Stobreč , founded by Greek colonists as Epetium, is famous as a tourist resort with a variety of summer evening entertainments. Salona is the archeologically fascinating ruined roman town, built in the 4th century B.C. The historical city of Trogir, located on a beautiful scenic peninsula, is one of the most beautiful cultural and tourist sites of Croatia.

The comfortable and safe environment of the villa makes it an excellent choice for families, suitable for both leisure and business stay. In the beautiful lawned garden children can play while the adults relax on sunbeds, with cocktails, swimming in the pool or tending the barbecue. You can feel the surrounding aromas of the rosemary, lavender, olives and many other Mediterranean herbs.

The villa has plenty of its own character and strikes just the right balance between traditional charm and modern comfort. The friendly ambience and relaxing atmosphere will make you feel at home.
Enjoy your stay,

Galzina Family

Why Floramye?

The name and décor of Villa has been inspired by the local operetta Little Floramye (Mala Floramye). The famous Croatian composer Ivo Tijardović (1895 - 1976), born in Split, wrote an operetta that still attracts audience by each performance.

The Little Floramye conjure the magic of Split between the two world wars. The premiere was in 1926 in Split. This is a love story between Split's girl Floramye and local student Mirko. The scene takes place in Split, on the Adriatic coast and in Quimperville, a small village near Marseille.

The villa's rooms have names of three main operetta's roles: Mala Floramye, Šjora Petronila and Missili - Bissili (Miss Evelyn Beauty Flower)



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