Villa Zarya

£608  average per night

With Panoramic Views Of The Sea And Mountains, The Contemporary Villa Zarya Can Be Found Midway Between Split And Trogir. It's The Perfect Place To Experience The Beauty Of Dalmatia.

  • Sleeps 8
  • 4 Bed
  • 5 Bathroom


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  • 1.7KM
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  • 1.5KM
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With panoramic views of the sea and mountains, the contemporary Villa Zarya can be found midway between Split and Trogir. It's the perfect place to experience the beauty of Dalmatia, and offers high-quality accommodation for up to eight guests, as well as a magnificent outdoor swimming pool and rooftop hot tub.

The house is set in 2000 sq m of wonderful Mediterranean gardens, which create a secluded and natural atmosphere. Organic fruit and vegetables grow in the garden – you are welcome to help yourself to some during your stay. Sun loungers and dining areas in shaded terrace locations add more options to your day, and there's a barbecue and more seating in the garden.

The private pool is heated and spacious, and is overlooked by an upper terrace where it is pleasing to take breakfast with a mountain backdrop. Up on the roof terrace, you can spoil yourselves with a late-night dip in the hot tub, while gazing out to the Adriatic.

Inside, the house is modern and comfortable, featuring a fully equipped kitchen with a dishwasher, microwave, coffee machine and all the necessary appliances. If you need someone to cook for you, the services of a private chef can be called upon, by arrangement with the villa management.

With large windows facing out to the pool, the living areas include television, table football and large, elegant sofas. There is another dining area inside, conveniently located next to the kitchen. You can also enjoy a selection of wines from the wine rack.

Four en-suite bedrooms and an additional bathroom complete the picture, all equipped with air-conditioning and Wi-Fi as found throughout the house.

The scenic surroundings of Kastel Stari provide a great location, ideal for water-sports and lazy beach life – there are 6km of pine-fringed bays to discover along the coast. Kastel Stari is one of seven settlements that form the larger town of Kastela, which offers good restaurants, stunning views and plenty of history.

#### Features
The Villa

Villa Zarya is a 4-bedroom villa, that can sleep up to 8-guests. This villa has been recently renovated, so it has everything you need for a fine holiday. Located close to the UNESCO cities of Split and Trogir, you and your guests will have plenty to do during the day.

Ground Floor
- Double bedrooms, with en-suite bathrooms
- Communal bathroom
- Living area

First Floor
- Double bedrooms, with en-suite bathrooms
- Dining & living area
- Fully equipped kitchen
- Terrace, with Jacuzzi and outdoor dining & furniture

- Private swimming pool, with Roman steps access
- Barbecue
- Outdoor dining & furniture
- Parasols
- Private Parking
- Sun loungers

#### Location
Second only to Split in terms of size, Kastela is a Dalmatian town which covers more than 17 kilometres. It is comprised of seven smaller settlements – Kastel Stafilic, Kastel Novi, Kastel Stari, Kastel Luksic, Kastel Kambelovac, Kastel Gomilica and Kastel Sucurac – all of which have their fair share of beautiful bays and beaches. It's easy to reach the area from abroad thanks to the international airport, Split – Kastela.

The inspiring natural beauty of Kastela has not been lost on poets, who have immortalised the place in verse. ‘Seven villages like seven swans' is a line which came to be proudly adopted as a local motto. The area is sometimes known as the ‘Field of Kastela', and you can expect to see vineyards, fig trees, olive groves and the like spreading far and wide. An olive of more than 1500 years old grows in Kastel Stafilic, known as Mastrinka – the oil made from the annual crop is a sought-after souvenir.

The beautiful riviera of Kastela is a magical place to be, and culturally rich. You will find museums, fascinating architecture and, in summer, the annual Kastela Cultural Summer festival, with concerts, shows and events taking place in the most picturesque parts of town – quite an enchanting experience.

To add to this, you can also enjoy some excellent local cuisine at the town's many restaurants, not forgetting to add a bottle or two of Croatian wine. The Kastela speciality is Crljenak kastelanski, and they will be proud to share it with you.

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