From $55 / night
Description from the owner
Description from the owner
Type: Apt. / Condo
The apartments “Vidan” (“Misini Dvori”) are placed in a private house and quiet environment, in the second row to the sea. They are located just 5 min of walk from the town center of Stomorska, 20 m from the sea and 50 m from the central beach. The house itself is placed in the pine trees shadow, which allows a comfortable stay in outer space, at any time of the day.
All apartments have sea views, are fully equipped and represent a blend of modern and vintage. They have one bedroom with double bed and extra bed, living room with a kitchen integrated, with a sofa bed where 2 people can sleep, a bathroom with a shower or a bath and outdoor ...Read more
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About the owner
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Mirisni dvori Solta, Croatia
Additional Location Information
Solta is an island in central Dalmatia (Southern Croatia), near Split, west of Brac, measuring 51.9 km ².
The highest peak on the island is located at an altitude of 237 m, in the Upper Village (Gornje selo). Near the island of Solta, in front of Maslinica bay, there are seven islands. The main town on the island is Grohote. Exceptional is the richness of flora and fauna with over than 100 species of birds, wild pigs, rabbits, etc. The island has been inhabited since prehistoric times, and it was first mentioned in the 4th ct. BC by Pseudoscylax who named it Olyntha.
Solta belongs to the central Dalmatian islands. It is located between the east Brac, Hvar and land in the southeast to the northeast. The island is separated from the mainland by the Split Channel, from the island of Brac by the Gate of Split , and of Drvenik Veli by Solta Channel.
His symbol is a "čuvita" (owl). In accordance with the symbol, and the inhabitants of Solta, Soltani, are called čuvitari. It was once a somewhat derogatory term, now takes on even positive features, moreover various formal and informal groups, with Solta in conjunction, take the title “Cuvita”.
The island has eight major places:
Places on the seaside:
Places on the island:
Gornje Selo (Upper Village)
Srednje selo (Middle Village)
Donje Selo ( Lower Village)
Unless you are arriving by private boat, every connection you choose will take you through Split, 9 nautical miles far away from Solta. Split is a city listed on UNESCO`s register as an exceptional world cultural and historical heritage and the largest city in central Dalmatia.
No matter how you choose to reach central Dalmatia - by road, air, sea or rail, you are offered several options:
By plane: The vast majority of the world's airlines have regular flights to Croatia during the year. Some will lead you directly to the Split airport, while others just fly to Zagreb first and then to Split. Croatia Airlines, the Croatian national airline has flights to all major cities in Europe. Check with your selected carrier. Split airport is located 25 km from the city center.
In Europe, there are also a number of budget and charter companies with regular direct flights to Split airport. They generally offer such options during the high season, from May to September.
See below a list of the biggest European carriers with direct routes to Split:
UK: easyJet (London, Gatwick & Bristol), Flybe (Birmingham), Jet2 (Newcastle)
SWE and NOR: SCANJET
AU, the Czech Republic and Slovakia: SKY EUROPE
Check road transport:
Rent-a-car: If you want to rent a car during your visit to the island of Solta, you have a few choices. At the airport, there are several rent-a-car outlets – both, international as well as national and local. Most agencies also have offices in Split, as well as on the island, although it is possible that on the island you have to wait up to one day.
Taxi: You can also hire a taxi that will take you to the city. Regular price is about 200 Kn (27 €), to the main port of Split. We recommend that you check the price with the driver.
Bus: Here you have two choices - the local "Promet" bus and "Croatia Airlines". Local bus stops at each particular station to Split the ride usually takes about 45 to 90 minutes, depending on traffic. Tickets cost about 30 Kn and can be purchased from the driver. Croatia Airlines also offers its buses - you do not need to fly with them to use their service but their buses are running 45 minutes after landing their flight. The trip takes between 45 and 60 minutes and also brings you to the port (Split center), and the fare is slightly higher - about 35 kn. Unloading is directly in front of house where you can buy tickets for the ferry or catamaran.
Car / Camper: With the opening of the new highway A1/E71 connectivity of the whole Croatia significantly enhanced so that you can connect to the highway in northern Croatia and it will take you directly to Split harbor! The highway is still under construction and will eventually connect the north and south of Croatia.
Bus transportation: European bus carriers have many direct lines to Croatia and Split. Most of them come and go from the bus station located in the Port, approximately 100m from the port.
By Train: Croatian trains are relatively modern. Most lines from Central Europe have lines to Zagreb, from where you can catch the line to Split. The railway station is also located in the port, about 3 minutes of walk from Jadrolinija counters and 5 minutes from the catamaran.
Check boat transport: Ferry port is located in the center of Split, you can choose to go to Solta by catamaran or ferry. Ferries sail from the southern side of the harbor, next to the building Jadrolinija while catamarans stand in front of the Port authority building (Lucka kapetanija).
1 person approximately 33 Kn (5 € / U.S. $ 7.00)
1 person car 136 Kn (19 € / U.S. $ 24.00)
Campers, cars with trailers, caravans, vans cost more - ask at the counter
Catamaran – 16 Kn per person
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Beach or lakeside relaxation, Waterfront