|Minimum Stay||4 - 7 nights|
Villa Loreta is located in the small village of Cabrunici in the heart of Istria. With more than 140m2 divided on two floors and 3 bedrooms, this beautiful house can accommodate 6+2. Kitchen, double bedroom, bathroom and dining area are situated on the ground floor. On the first floor there are a living room with large terrace, one double and one twin room, accompanied with shower/bathroom.
The private swimming pool is 30 m2 large (pool depth is 1.40 meters) and has a hydro-massage area with multicolour lights that enhance the experience of swimming in the evening. The area surrounding the swimming pool stretches to 1000m2 of trimmed grass and it is equipped with 5 deck chairs and parasol, made from natural materials. For your children´s safety, the garden is surrounded with hedge and natural rock fence. The garden also encompasses a barbecue area with dining table that is situated near a lovely entertainment house (billiards, darts...) of 30 m2 where you can enjoy some unforgettable moments with family and friends.
Villa Loreta is also completely air-conditioned and equipped with digital satellite TV, DVD and wireless internet.
WiFi and AirCond
Nearest shop: 200 m
The village of Čabrunići sits in the southern area of Central Istria, in the municipality of Svetvinčenat. It has access to the highway to Pula via an old local road so it will take you about twenty minutes to get to any sport, tourist and cultural facility in the area whenever you want.
The area of the present day village was inhabited as early as the Ancient times, while the settlement as we know it today was established in the 16th century by the refugees fleeing Dalmatia in attempt to escape the Osmanli. Approximately one hundred and twenty of the people in the village decided to follow their ancestor’s footsteps in pursuing the traditional trades of olive and grapes growing, and breeding small cattle, all of which contributed in developing the region’s irresistible gastronomy – truffles, fuži (traditional Istrian pasta), pršut (smoked ham), goat cheese or maneštra (traditional Istrian vegetable stew) seasoned with home-made olive oil and accompanied with renowned Croatian Malvasia or Pinot.
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