Located in the small town of Vodnjan (Dignano in Italian) this beautiful property consists of two freshly rebuild and redecorated town houses connected by an old stone patio garden. It is a perfect mixture of modern esthetics with Istrian authenticity.

Sleeps 8/10 people, with 4 bedrooms and large living areas (+-400m2) along with private pool.

The big House (+/- 300m2) has 3 bedrooms on the upper floors. The first two are on the 1st floor and while the master loft is on the top floor (+/- 100m2) and overlooking the Brijuni Islands National Park. On the ground floor there is a large living space with master kitchen and a big dinning table.

The small House (+/- 100m2) has one bedroom on the 1st floor, and the living space on the ground floor can be accommodated as an extra room. It also has a small but fully functional kitchen.

In total there are 4 modern bathrooms with shower and wc.
Rates (per week):

19 Sep 2016 - 13 May 2016 €1,350
14 May 2016 - 10 Jun 2016 €1,600
11 Jun 2016 - 24 Jun 2016 €2,000
25 Jun 2016 - 26 Aug 2016 €2,500
27 Aug 2016 - 9 Sep 2016 €2,000
10 Sep 2016 - 16 Sep 2016 €1,600
17 Sep 2016 - 24 Dec 2016 €1,350

Istria is the largest Croatian peninsula and is located on the northern part of the Croatian Adriatic coast. It is known for its art of living since the main products of the region are olive oil, wine and truffles! The climate is a pleasant mediterranean one with mild winters and warm summers. The town of Vodnjan is located at its southern tip near the town of Pula (10km away). According to a legend it was founded from a group of seven villas which were a part of Pula’s colonial property.

The village is located in an area of old traditions, built on the traces of prehistoric buildings. The center of the town maintains its medieval look with tight streets swerving between houses with stone facades, old streets in the characteristic Gothic-Venetian, Renaissance and Baroque styles, as well as numerous churches filled with memories and art works.

The town of Pula, approximately 10km away from Vodnjan, is known for its amphitheater which was constructed in 27 BC – 68 AD and is among the six largest surviving Roman arenas in the World.
How to get there:
By airplane: airport nearby in Pula +/-10km
By car: the Istrian highway A9

Where to swim:
At home or 2km west from Vodnjan where the town of Fazana offers boat taxi trips to the National Park of Brijuni with its amazing untouched sea.
The actual tip of the Istrian peninsula is located 15km south of Vodnjan and is known for its national park Premature that offers a variety of landscapes, pebble stone beaches that are absolutely untouched and bordered with beautiful cliffs.
15km eastfrom Vodnjan, one also finds many rocky bays overlooking the island of Cres.

Where to eat: VODNJAN: Vodnjanka (+/-20-30pp), 100 meters from the house, known for its local specialties and truffles with home made pasta. Istarska b.b., 52215 Vodnjan, +38552511435 FAZANA: Stara Konoba ( +/-15-25€pp)with fresh sea specialties and much more on the main square facing the port +38552521 810 Trg stare skole Alla Beccaccia (30-40€pp) one of the best restaurants in Istria! Reservation obligatory and sometimes days in advance. Valbandon, Ulica Pineta 25, 52212, Fažana, Croatie +385 52 520 753 ROVINJ: Giannino (+/-40pp) sea food and it’s legendary pasta with sea food and lobster that will make whole restaurant look at your table! Reservation obligatory on the terrace and sometimes days in advance. Augusta Ferria 38 - Rovinj +38552813 402