Sound of the sea...



Stobreč is located on a beautiful scenic peninsula. In ancient Greek it was known as Epetium and it is only 7 km away from Split's historical centre and Diocletian palace. Its famous sandy beaches attract many tourists. Enjoy plenty of good restaurants, bars, water sports, tennis and golf... evening entertainments and fisherman's festivities.


Split is more than 1700 years old town and the largest city of Dalmatia. Diocletian Palace is one of the most unique architectural and cultural sites in Europe, protected by UNESCO. Small boutiques, shops, galleries, bars and restaurants... are hidden behind the walls of the Palace.
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Very close to villa there is a canyon of Žrnovnica River with a beautiful countryside and rural ambience. Žrnovnica is situated on the western slopes of the mountain Mosor along the river Žrnovnica. This modern tourist village has several good restaurants and guest houses that offer excellent local food in country settings.




Sand beaches: Stobreč, Duće and Omiš, Bačvice beach in the centre of the city of Split ( just 10 to 15 minutes of walking from the historical city centre and Diocletian Palace).
Pebble beaches: Stobreč and surroundings, along the coast to Omiš and Makarska , along the coast to Trogir, 15 km of beaches in Split.

 Whether you want relaxation on the beach, water sports or a chance to interact with nature, you will find your chance on the beautiful nearby beaches.

Staying in a holiday property close to the sea enables you to get down to the beach at anytime during the day, whether you are going for a morning swim, sunbathing, surfing or walking along the promenade in the evening or perhaps taking a boat trip across to the islands.


At Stobreč and surroudnings, along the coast of Omiš or Trogir, as well as in Split, there are plenty of restaurants that offer traditional Dalmatian cuisine, wine and beverages. The cuisine has Mediterranean flavour, with lots of olive oil used in preparation. The tradition of grilling and roasting fish is kept from generation to generation and gives  fish and sea food a particular and fantastic taste. It is recommended to taste some traditional Dalmatian meals:

• Grilled fish spiced with olive oil, garlic and parsley
• Dalmatian pašticada - baby beef meat stuffed with bacon and garlic, prepared in red wine
• Dalmatian prosciutto (Pršut) and cheese from the island of Pag (Paški sir)
• Lamb on spit and veal and potatoes baked in the outdoor oven ( Peka)
• Dalmatian fritule and rozata egg cake 
• Soparnik – a local specialty from the Omiš area made from pastry, spinach and garlic




• Golf club Split 1700
• Croatian hiking club Mosor
• Diving centres Stobreč and Split
• Rafting and canoening in the Omiš canyon  
• Tennis courts in Stobreč and Split 
• Soccer, squash and rugby club in Split
• Water sports: sailing, rowing, surfing, fishing...
• Nautical marinas in Split and Podstrana (Marina Lav)
• Extreme sports and speleo adventures, to discover the caves, grottos and pits in the Split and Omiš region
• Bike riding


• City sightseeing tours and excursions
• Dubrovnik – one of the most attractive destinations in the world, famous for its old town centre with numerous cultural and sacral monuments
• Boat excursions to the islands of Brač, Hvar, Šolta, Korčula and Vis
• Sinjska alka - a knights’ competition game with a 300-year-long tradition that annually takes place in the first week of August
• Pilgrimage to Medjugorje – Medjugorje is one of the most known and visited shrine in the world
• River Krka Waterfalls and Krka National Park , one of eight national parks in Croatia




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