On your next vacation, you might consider visiting "The Mediterranean as it Once Was" in Croatia. The Balkan state has over a thousand miles of coastline, and lies just across the Adriatic Sea from Italy. Nearly twelve hundred islands pepper the coast, 66 of them inhabited, and the coastal areas all enjoy a mild, Mediterranean climate. If you are looking for an exclusive holiday with luxurious accommodation on the Adriatic Coast, choose one of the gorgeous Croatia villas from our selection. This gives you the option of self-catering, living more like a local, and finding your own private hide-away, tucked away on a beach or an island. Conversely, it can allow you private maid and cooking service, a car and driver, or a wonderful spot to host a wedding or party for several or dozens of your friends and family.
Cheap villas in Croatia
While most villas in Croatia are rented by the week, many can be secured by the day at a quite reasonable rate. A small stone Croatian villa with a territorial view or in a slightly out-of-the-way location can run as little as $20 USD per night during the low season of November through April. Costs can double or even triple during peak vacation weeks in summer, so as always you will want to travel in the off-season for the best budget rates.
Villas in Croatia may be equipped with such luxuries as a pool and maid service, but may be merely a simply furnished little house. If you are self-catering, ensure that you find a villa that is close to local shopping. These may cost slightly more per night, but will be worth it in savings from having to eat in restaurants for every meal. Contact the owner or leasing agent to inquire about airport transfers and organized tours as well. Many speak English, Italian, or other European languages.
Luxury Villas in Croatia
A perfect location for a wedding reception, family reunion, or other small party, these luxury villas in Croatia with pool can accommodate anywhere from 4 to 20 people. Some have beach front access, while others boast such amenities as swimming pools, private terraces, and walled gardens, even wine cellars filled with the excellent and ancient traditional Croatian wines. You may be able to enjoy the serenity of a private island, the bustle of a centrally located manse, pool or sweeping sea views. Services can include the use of a private chef, a car and driver, and hosted tours and events such as monastery visits or live theater. Croatia villas can cost $3,000 per week and up, even in low season. Check with the leasing agent as to what services might be included, and minimum stay requirements.