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5 adults stayed for a week in this beautiful villa, and couldn't fault a thing.
The villa is very modern, clean and had everything you could imagine needing.
The pool is heated, the sunloungers comfy, outside comfy chairs in the shade, outdoor table and chairs, BBQ etc
We were able to help ourselves to the vegetables growing in the vegetable patch, and were welcomed by local treats from the family garden.
Very easy access from the airport. We visited Dubrovnik via boat from nearby Cavtat - which was a great way to travel.
My husband and I have just spent a week at Villa Olivia and highly recommend it for anyone wanting peace and quiet within a short drive of restaurants and places of interest. The villa is very comfortable, with the bonus of air conditioning if required. The views are gorgeous and there is plenty of space for everyone and it was wonderful to have the lovely private pool to cool off in after a day exploring the area. We enjoyed having breakfast in the covered eating area outside the front door, and ate dinner or drank wine at the little table on the terrace by the pool, watching the spectacular sunsets. As the villa is only approx 40 minutes' drive from the airport it's an easy drive after your flight. Stane was very responsive with any questions I had prior to our trip, and as her brother lives nearby there is someone on hand locally should there be any issues during your stay. The area is not "touristy" at all, which is why we chose it. For eating out locally, we enjoyed meals at both Konoba Vinica Monkovic and Konavoski Dvori in Ljuta; both are on the river and serve really delicious food in a lovely setting. Further afield we recommend visiting Cavtat, about 25 minutes away; there is a lovely walk along the waterfront and around the headland, and we took boat trips from there to the Elafiti Islands and Dubrovnik (tip: visit Dubrovnik on a Tuesday or Thursday as less likely to be full of cruise ship passengers, though it will still be busy!). There is also a bus terminal for an alternative route to Dubrovnik and further afield. There are numerous bars and restaurants in Cavtat for more eating options and we ate in this lovely little town on a few occasions. Other places we visited were Sokol Grad, a fortress only a few minutes' drive from the villa, Cilipi to see the folk dancing in the square on a Sunday morning, and the Trsteno Arboretum north of Dubrovnik. We were only here for a week but in such a beautiful relaxing setting we felt we'd been away for much longer.