Situated in a beautiful landscape of UNESCO's heritage, this self-sustainable home offers luxury, privacy and comfort. Surrounded by beautiful Mediterranean nature this place serves you with all the modern facilities combined with the authenticity of the ancient land and lifestyle.
The property size is 8500 m2 with four stone cottages reconstructed in traditional Mediterranean style. It consists of the main house (120 m2) and three additional ones (76 m2 each), private outdoor pool with a heating system and rich vegetation with Mediterranean herbs and plants such as olive, lemon, rosehip, orange, grape, pear, apple, fig & cherry trees, grapevine and artichokes.
The main house consists of the wine cellar basement, ground floor with a big kitchen, dining room for up to 14 people, living room with an indoor fireplace, bathroom and two bedrooms both having private bathroom with shower. There are two more gorgeous attic bedrooms, also with private bathrooms.
In the first additional house you can find a big, old fireplace and a dining area for up to 10 people. In the second one, you can find a technical room with a washer and iron facilities together with a small bedroom with shower intended for a service staff accommodation. In the third one there is a big bedroom with private bathroom.
Just 800 m away from the sea, the property spreads over 8500 sq m and is a part of wonderful, untouched nature. The privacy is guaranteed since there is no other houses in neighbourhood.
The original agricultural activity of this fertile plain, mainly centring on grapes and olives, has been maintained since Greek times to the present. The site is also a natural reserve. The landscape features ancient stone walls and bears testimony to the ancient geometrical system of land division used by the ancient Greeks, the “chora” which has remained virtually intact over 24 centuries.
Part of UNESCO’s land
1 main + 3 additional houses
Bedrooms with private bathrooms
The property belongs to UNESCO’s heritage and is situated in untouched nature near Stari Grad (Old Town) on the Adriatic island of Hvar. Stari Grad is the oldest town in Croatia and is situated in a landscape where the blue of the deep bay touches the green of the wide and famous field of Pharos, with vineyards and olive-groves.
Today, both the fields and the bay add an attractive quality to the island, in which the modern vacation sights have become intertwined with the antiquities of the town and of the island.
Hidden deep in a wonderful nature of this island, Villa Rustica is close enough to the town but far away from the busy crowd. Discover the exceptional and breath-taking surroundings with the nearest beaches just 800 m away, easily accessible by foot, car or bike.
Additional note: Changeover day is Saturday.