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Beautiful stone made Istrian Villa is located in the heart of Istria, in the small village Gajmovici. The historical town Pazin is 8 km distance from the Villa. The Villa is recently renovated, modern furnished and has all modern conveniences, air condition, wireless internet and satellite television.
The house consists of two floors. There is a living room with seating area and fully equipped kitchen with fridge,microwave oven, dishwasher machine and dining area on the ground floor. The first floor consists of 3 bedrooms and 3 bathrooms. Covered terrace offers fireplace with barbecue facilities and dining area. You will find a lot of entertainments for you and your children in the yard like trampoline, a billiard table, foosball, but the main attraction is a 25 m2 swimming pool with sunbeds near it. House is pets (max 2 ) friendly.Private parking is possible on site. The nearest grocery store is about 500 m away from the Villa and the restaurant is about 2 km distance. Seven people can comfortably enjoy in the comfortable accommodation of villa, beautiful landscape and intimacy of a typical Istrian village.Villa extends over 130 m2 of living and 600 m2 of environmental space.
Pazin's favourable traffic and geographic position has spurred the development of transit tourism. The town also disposes of natural and social attractions which have given rise to excursion tourism, and hunting tourism develops thanks to the efforts of the 'Wild Boar' Hunting Club. Of the natural attractions one should mention the famous Pazinska Jama, 130 m deep, with an abyss in the cave and several small lakes under Pazin, to which the first path was laid as early as 1877, and the first person to explore it was the French spelaealogist E. A. Martel in 1893, probably inspired by the imagination of his countryman Jules Verne, the author of SF novels. Namely, in Verne's novel Mathias Sandorf (Paris, 1885), which is set in Pazin, Hungarian rebels manage to escape from the dungeon of the Pazin Kastel by descending through the underground labyrinth to the Limski Kanal Fjord. Important sites from the social life of Pazin include a building in which the writer Vladimir Nazor used to live at the beginning of the 20th century, and the Unification and Freedom Memorial Home, which commemorates the session of the Diet held in Pazin on 25th September, 1943, which resulted in the decision to unite Istria with the mother country Croatia. One can say with certainty that country tourism in the villages around Pazin has its future, as well as in the whole continental part of Istria. Some of the villages have already started to develop this selective form of tourism. Already in 1574 Pazin obtained the permission to organize a fair where farm products and livestock from the surroundings were offered for sale, and this tradition lasts till now. The fair is held every first Tuesday in the month.
|Rental Period||Minimum Price||Additional Nights||Weekend Night||Weekly||Monthly||Event Price|
17 Sep 2016 - 28 Oct 2016
3 night minimum stay
for 3 nights
|Fees||No additional mandatory fees|
|Refundable Damage Deposit||£269|