Summer house on the sea side, surrounded by intact nature
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About Villa Andrija
I am an ordinary family person who likes to travel a lot. All members of my family will do their best that you enjoy your stay at our precious, old house.
Villa Andrija purchased this House in 1900
Why Villa Andrija chose Ston
Our summer house is an old stone house, built at 1990s. It is surrounded by wonderful vegetation and is a real eco resort.
What makes this House unique
It is situated directly at the sea side so you can jump from bed to the crystal clean sea.
100% refund for cancellations more than 60 days before check-in date. 50% refund for cancellations more than 30 days before check-in date.
relaxing stay in beautiful location
A lovely house in a beautiful location. Ana was super-helpful with everything. The place is very peaceful and the garden which goes down right to the sea very beautiful and perfect for relaxing. The location is very convenient, close to Ston for shopping and eating. It was great to have the bikes and the canoe to get around and explore. Perfect also for our six year old with calm water for lots of swimming.
There are many interesting places that you can visit during your stay at Villa Andrija. Ston is a small medieval town from 14th Century, situated on the very junction of Penninsula Pelješac with land. It is famous for its long tradition in shellfish farming and salt pans. Shellfish have been farmed here from Roman times and Ston oysters are World famous. Salt pans are situated in the very center of the town and are known as the World's oldest pans where salt production hasn't changed since ancient times. Ston is surrounded by city walls 5,5 km long and they are the longest in the whole Europe. The town is surrounded by centuries old olive trees and mediterranean vegetation.
In the bay there are two very famous nautic places "Kobaš" and "Broce". Broce is only 200 m away accross the bay and you can easily reach it by swimming.
Dubrovnik, which is only 50 km away from our place, is known as one of the pearls of the world heritage.
The Island of Mljet is a National Park and the most forested island in the Adriatic. It can be easily reached and is really worth visiting.