Holiday stone villa for 8 people in quiet village

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  • 4 bedrooms
  • 3 bathrooms
  • Sleeps 8
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Bedrooms: 4

Bathrooms: 3

Sleeps: 8

Type: Villa

Holiday stone villa for 8 people in quiet village

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Istrian stone house recently built to accommodate 8 people, 4 ****. It has 4 well-appointed bedrooms, two of which are equipped with a double bed and two single beds in a quiet village.

On the ground floor there is a kitchen and dining room with fireplace, separate living room with access to a lawn and a bathroom with shower. On the first floor there are two bedrooms and a bathroom, and the same is also located on the second floor. The second floor offers a beautiful view of the sea, 17 km away

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Holiday stone villa for 8 people in quiet village
Kanfanar, Istria, Croatia

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Additional Location Information

Nearest Airport : Pula at 30 Kilometres

Nearest Ferry : Brestova at 70 Kilometres

Nearest Train : Kanfanar at 100 Metres

Nearest Motorway : Kanfanar at 1 Kilometres

Nearest Beach : Rovinj at 17 Kilometres

Nearest Barpub : Kanfanar at 100 Metres

Nearest Ski : Platak/ Rijeka at 100 Kilometres

Nearest Golf : Brijuni at 30 Kilometres

Nearest Restaurant : Svetvincenat at 6 Kilometres

Car: recommended


Attractions in Istria, near the house - within a radius of 30 km.

1. Brijuni National Park - the Brijuni Islands are a 'set of three larger and twelve smaller islets, located along the western coast of the Istrian peninsula, not far from Pula. Brijuni Islands are known for their beautiful Mediterranean vegetation, including oak, blackberry, scrub, pine and cypress trees, partly modeled as a park. On Brijuni find again a safari park with many exotic animals, herbivores and numerous cultural monuments of the 'Roman and Byzantine.

2. The 'heritage of Austro-Hungarian Monarchy - The visit to the Austro-Hungarian architecture: Villa Trapp, the' building where the market, a visit to the Austro-Hungarian fortifications: Fort Verudela and Muzil, the boat trip over the Gulf of Pula is the history of the ship Viribus Unitis.

3. Roman arena in Pula - is surely the most famous and oldest monument in Istria. The 'amphitheater belongs to the first century and is the sixth largest ancient amphitheater in the world. At the time of Vespasian was used for the fights between gladiators and today is used for a variety of cultural and musical events. Beyond the 'Arena of Pula, Istria there are many other buildings appartanenti to Roman times and all of them are well preserved.

4. Agrotourism - in the 'hinterland of' Istria there is a wide range of cottages for people who are looking for a quiet and surrounded by greenery. In the cottages you can enjoy accommodation all 'inside of the typical' Istrian taverns' said taverns. In these restaurants are offered different content for recreation including hunting. You will be welcomed by people ready to offer the Istrian ham and cheese, a typical red wine of Terran 'or Istrian Malvasia always of' Istria. You can accompany the farmer to harvest or help with the olive harvest or grazing animals.

5. Streets of 'olive oil and wine - the' Istra has in 'olive growing and viticulture in an ancient tradition. Wine and 'oil are part of the Istrian gastronomy and therefore also of the Mediterranean diet. The 'old' Istrian said, 'The bread for the body, wine for the' soul ', in fact the wine is for the' Istria a source of health, love and culture. The red earth and the proximity of the sea ensures a tasty wine and unmistakable. The 'extra virgin olive oil was produced already in' antiquity in Istria with small cellars. The 'oil' s Istria is the symbol of a 'proper diet and boasting that its bitter perfume. In Istria there are several wine routes and olive oil.

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Rural retreats

Getting There

Nearest ferry port: Brestova, 43 miles
Nearest train station: Kanfanar
Nearest airport: Pula , 18 miles
Car is recommended

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