Apartment Ap.1

Villa Adrian - Rovinj
ID: 2430

Villa Adrian

The apartments of Villa Adrian are situated in Borik (pine forest), which is a beautiful and calm district of the wonderful town Rovinj. Villa Adrian consists of three nice apartments of different sizes, which are furnished in a nice and modern way. Villa Adrian is only about 2,5km from t...

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Apartment Ap.1

85 m2 - 1st floor - Rooms: 3, Bathrooms: 2, Matrimonial bed: 2, Persons on main beds: 4, Persons on adjustments beds: 1


Description
The third and biggest apartment Ap."1" is a very nice and elegant one; it measures 85m² and it is suitable for 4-5 persons. It has air-conditioning and it consists of a corridor, two bedrooms with double bed, two bathrooms with shower, a separate kitchen and a living-/dining-room (extendible couch) provided with a satellite-flatscreen-TV. Outside, this apartment has one little balcony and a large terrace provided with garden furniture. In front of the house there is one parking place. WiFi-internet, safe deposit box, hairdryer.

Amenities
Balcony Kitchen Oven Microwave oven Coffe machine Refrigerator Dinner set
  • Parking
  • Sat TV
  • Air condition
  • Internet available
  • Cot
  • Heating
  • Hair dryer
  • Parking
  • Sat TV
  • Internet available
  • Air condition
  • Heating
  • Cot
  • Hair dryer

Accommodation prices

4+1 Apartment Ap.1

Accommodation price per night
Date For 4 persons + extra person Minimum stay
01.05.2018 - 29.06.2018 130.00 € 0.00 € 6 nights
30.06.2018 - 25.08.2018 140.00 € 0.00 € 7 nights
26.08.2018 - 08.09.2018 130.00 € 0.00 € 7 nights
09.09.2018 - 06.10.2018 120.00 € 0.00 € 6 nights
07.10.2018 - 01.11.2018 100.00 € 0.00 € 6 nights
Rental conditions
Stay less than 4 days increases price for 40 %.
For booking confirmation is required to pay an advance 0 % of the total cost.
Tourist tax: 1.00€ per person daily.
Arrivals: Saturdays only

Included in the price:
Internet access Bed linen and towels Final cleaning Parking Place

Additional services:
Air condition: 5.00 € - day


Inspiration for your vacation
Why visit Rovinj?
Rovinj is an ideal vacation spot because, aside from numerous cultural landmarks, it offers beautiful beaches, promenades, cycling tracks, excellent entertainment, accommodation facilities and catering facilities. The old town of Rovinj is considered the prototype of a Mediterranean town, and its panorama contains all of the elements of the Croatian tourist motto „Mediterranean as it once was“. The small hilly peninsula is full of narrow lanes, small squares and tall houses that rise in cascades towards the top of the hill, where the Church of St Euphemia, lady patron of Rovinj, is situated. Church St Euphemia was built in 1756 and is the biggest trademark of the city. It contains the stone sarcophagus of St Euphemia that, legend has it, drifted here from Constantinople in the 9th century. The bell tower is 60 meter high, and at the top is the copper statue of St Euphemia that turns in the wind. Aside from the Church of St Euphemia, Rovinj has many smaller churches and chapels like the Church of the Holy Cross, the Church of the Blessed Virgin Mary of Mercy, ect. The main square, Marshal Tito Square, is the liveliest place in town, located on the shore, below the old town. There you will find the clock tower from the 19th century with the Venetian lion, former tower and a part of the city walls. If you start towards the north and the Valdibora Square, you will pass the market and fish market. To the west lies Matteotti Square and Veli Square and to the south is the pier, the favorite local promenade. At the entrance into the old town and its main street, Grisia, lies the Baroque Balbi Arch, built in 1679. Grisia street leads from the Balbi Arch and uphill, towards the Church of St Euphemia and it is filled with small galleries.
Rovinj archipelago and coastal area became a natural reserve in 1968 so that the environment and its tourist significance could be preserved. Outside the Rovinj port is the island of St Katarina, bought in 1905 by the Polish count Milewsky, who brought soil to the island, planted it, paved the paths and built the castle. To the south, are the islands St Andrija and Maškin (also known as Crveni otok), connected by an embankment. This island has a castle, a hotel and beautiful gravel beaches, and the island of Maškin is reserved for nudists. The light house St Ivan is located on the furthermost island of the archipelago, and can be rented for accommodation. South of Rovinj is the area of Zlatni rt (Punta Corrente), a beautiful protected park-forest. Through the shade of the pine trees and exotic cedars runs a promenade also ideal for cycling or jogging. Here are the most beautiful beaches, and at cape Montauro there is an old Venetian rock quarry, which is one of the most popular destinations for free climbing in Croatia. With all that natural beauty and a few five star hotels, Rovinj is a tourist pearl of the Croatian Adriatic.