- 14 Guests
- 7 Bedrooms
- 7 Bathrooms
- Private Beach
- Swimming Pool
Croatia is a natural wonderland of unspoilt scenery, stunning islands, interesting towns and villages, a fascinating history with a vibrant culture.
Beautiful coastline, rich culture, pristine beaches and glimmering turquoise waters, the iconic Croatian islands promise a luxury villa holiday like no other. From tiny islets to vast archipelagos, Croatia has over 1,000 islands dotted along the Croatian coast of the Adriatic Sea. Whilst most are small and deserted, there are 20 which are home to some of the best luxury villas and are perfect for an island-hopping holiday!
Each island has its own character and appeal, whilst all having a distinctly Mediterranean vibe blended with centuries of tradition. From dense woodland interiors, vineyards and olive groves to picturesque bays, secret coves and attractive fishing villages, the islands have so much to offer for a luxury villa escape.
Some of the most popular islands include Brač, the longest island in central Dalmatia, Korčula, an island of sleepy villages, vast olive groves and fabulous beaches, and Hvar, one of the most iconic beach destinations in Croatia, known for its charming waterfront.
Venetian architecture dominates much of Croatia’s skyline, and luxurious villas pepper the hillsides and coastline here. Our luxury villas in Croatia cater to every taste and requirement whilst all being unashamedly fabulous. Whether you want modern and contemporary, hilltop views or a private location, or to be right on the beach, we will be sure to find the perfect Croatia villa rental for you and your group.
We don’t do ordinary here. We are a small team of experienced travel specialists, no request is too big or too small, so please do ask for our advice if you are planning to book a luxury villa in Croatia.
Best for sundowners
Hula Hula, Hvar – With fantastic sunset views and chill-out music, Hula Hula is a popular beach bar on Hvar island serving great cocktails – perfect après-beach relaxing.
Massimo Cocktail Bar, Korčula – This is a fantastic bar and terrace at the top of the medieval tower, where you will be in prime position for watching the sunset. This adults-only bar is lodged in the turret of the Zakerjan Tower and is accessible only by a ladder; the drinks are brought up by pulley. Visit for the novelty and the views.
BB Club/Riva Dining, Hvar – Riva’s lavish terrace is the place to see-and-be-seen. Order champagne, enjoy the view and be sure to try some of the delish dishes.
LD Restaurant, Korcula – Enjoy a fine dining experience in a beautiful setting. with a chic upstairs dining room as well as romantic tables set right above the water, this restaurant serves a modern Dalmatian menu and boasts an impressive fine wine list.
Taverna Riva, Bol – The setting is everything at this restaurant. The marble terrace on the first floor of Taverna Riva, right at the waterfront, offers an unobstructed view of the town of Bol, the Adriatic Sea and the island of Hvar. Serving an incredible combination of traditional and modern cuisine, this is a must-visit when in Brac.
Gariful, Hvar – Known as one of the most upscale seafood and fish restaurants on the island of Hvar, invites guests to enjoy a dream-like evening overlooking the turquoise sea. This exclusive restaurant serves outstanding dishes, such as lobster ravioli, risotto, and grilled John- Dory with polenta.
Best for exploring
Visit The Local Wineries – Join a wine-tasting tour of the Stina Winery and the state-of-art winery located on Bol’s quayside, to sip your way through a selection of fabulous local wines.
Take a trip to the Pakleni Islands – The Pakleni Islands are a string of small islands that you could easily label as paradise. Just off of Hvar’s coast, these islands are where you can find secluded beaches, forested patches, lagoons and crystal clear waters that you can dip into for a cooling break.
Visit Korcula’s Picturesque Old Town – Known as “Little Dubrovnik,” the medieval walled Old Town boasts the same picturesque Venetian-style buildings with red rooftops as Dubrovnik. The city sits on the UNESCO Tentative List and is an integral part of the island’s history.
Dubovica Beach – On the south shore of the island of Hvar is the picturesque cove Dubovica. The bay has a spacious pebble beach and an interesting underwater area. It is one of the most beautiful beaches on the island of Hvar.
Zlatni Rat Beach – Located on the west side of Bol, the golden sandy beach stretches for 1 km into the sea in the shape of a cone. It is one of the most famous beaches in Croatia.
Vela Przina Beach – This is one of the most beautiful sandy beaches of Korcula Island and fascinates with a particularly idyllic ambience, surrounded by Lumbarda’s vineyards. This wonderful long and gently sloping sandy beach is especially popular for families with children.
Croatia essential visit
Hire a boat – Croatia’s coastline is best explored from the water. Hire a boat and discover secret coves, stop off for lunches and maybe spot dolphins!
The best time to visit Croatia’s islands is between May and September when the temperatures reach up to 30c and the sun is out. Late spring is ideal for sightseeing, and September and October are still warm but benefit from fewer crowds.
The closest international airports are the ones in Split and Dubrovnik. Most Croatian islands are serviced by a major car ferry operator – Jadrolinija. Jadrolinija operates all car ferries connections to islands such as Hvar, Brac, Dugi Otok, Losinj or Korcula.
Hiring a car is recommended if you want to explore the delights of this incredible region, or alternatively, we can arrange for transfers and a private driver.
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