Dominik Andelic & Karin Elander
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About Dominik Andelic & Karin Elander
We have been renting out our properties at Home Away since 2011 and our mission is to give our guests the best experience! We offer 4 different Villas and 8 different Apartments all in Vinisce Bay.
Dominik Andelic & Karin Elander purchased this Apartment in 2018
Why Dominik Andelic & Karin Elander chose Vinišće
This property has the most beautiful position just by the sea in a calm wonderful bay just outside Vinisce. WHY VINISCE ? Vinisce is a small quiet fishing town located in a beautiful bay of clear sea and untouched nature, only 17 km from Trogir. Vinišće was first mentioned in documents from the Trogir landed estates in 1272, even though the time of establishment has not been completely investigated. Judging by the Illyrian structures and remains of Roman constructions, it was inhabited even earlier. During the middle ages, the area was divided into a Diocese, the southern part along the sea, and Opatija - the northern inland part. The town has several beautiful churches. The church of the Blessed Virgin Mary (St. George) in Orihovica was established by the benedictions in 1272. Surrounding it is an old cemetery with stone sarcophagi. The Church of St. Antun Padovanski (Lady of Carmella) was built in the 18th century in Vinišće itself. The new parish church of The Heart of Jesus has a painting from an unknown painter from the 9th century. The church of St. Ivan on the Ploče cape was built in 1332 according to the legend where the Blessed Ivan Trogir miraculously saved people from Šibenik whose ship sunk. VinisceIn the surroundings there are several beautiful bays well known for their attractive pebble and sand beaches - Voluja, Ričevo Vrelo, Stari Trogir, Sićenica. Vinišće has several markets, restaurants and cafe bars. The place has a small marine, restaurants and cafés, and a short drive can get you to the city of Split, the cultural center of Dalmatia. Vinišće is a place intended first of all for lovers of quiet family vacations in private rooms, apartments, and houses and the destination is suitable for those who wish to have their privacy. Concerning activities, along with swimming and sunbathing, we can recommend surfing, sport and underwater fishing, and boat excursions. For those who love entertainment and night life, we recommend visiting nearby Trog
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20 Minutes by Car to old Town Trogir :
Beautiful Trogir has a prime spot on the Dalmatian Coast just 30 kilometers from Split and is one of the region's top vacation destinations. The town has a heady history that dates back to 380 BC, and it has been continuously inhabited by a succession of Greeks, Romans, Hungarians, and Venetians ever since. Declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1997.
Restoration projects undertaken in recent years have helped revitalize the numerous historic attractions, in particular Trogir's splendid Romanesque and Renaissance architecture, most of which is found within the 15th-century city walls. And just a few steps down from this delightful tangle of medieval streets is a pleasant waterfront promenade. From here, it's also easy to explore the islands of the Dalmatian Archipelago, and see the famous Blue Cave, on a speed boat day trip from Trogir. One of the top day trips from Trogir is to see Hvar Island and the Blue Cave. If you don't have a lot of time to explore the Dalmatian Archipelago, an organized tour like the five island speedboat tour is a great way to experience these stunning destinations. This tour isn't for the faint of heart, as it lasts 11 hours from start to finish, but you get your money's worth. And from Trogir, you'll visit Biševo Island and the coastal town of Komiža, explore the epic Blue Cave and Stiniva Bay, swim in the clear waters off Vis and Pakleni Islands, and check out Hvar Island's ancient architecture.
45 minutes by Car to Split :
At the very heart of Split there is Diocletian’s Palace, one of the best preserved Roman buildings in the world. Former emperor’s palace was built as a combination of luxury villa and Roman military camp, divided into four parts with two main streets. This rectangular building had four towers at its corners, four smaller towers on the walls and gates on each side. During centuries, Diocletian’s Palace was restored, and in its cellars today various cultural manifestations are held. Although today’s appearance is different from the original one, its contours are still visible and is therefore one of the most interesting buildings of this type in the world.
All Dalmatian towns had turbulent history since the ancient times. In today’s Solin, only six kilometres from Split, there are remains of ancient town Salona. It was a metropolis of Roman province Dalmatia. At first, it was a costal stronghold and a harbour of Illyrian Delmats. In history, first mention of Salona dates back to 119 year BC, in times of wars between Illyrians and Romans. Today this archaeological site attracts visitors, primarily with remains of former arena and amphitheatre, palace and baths.
1 Hour by Car to Krka Waterfalls :
Krka National Park lies within Šibenik-Knin County, and covers a total area of 109 km² of the loveliest sections of the Krka River, and the lower course of the Čikola River.
The national park is a vast and primarily unaltered area of exceptional natural value, including one or more preserved or insignificantly altered ecosystems. The purpose of the park is primarily to serve science, culture, education and recreation, while tourism activities have also been introduced for its visitors.
Including the submerged part of the river at the mouth, the Krka River is 72.5 km long, making it the 22nd longest river in Croatia. It springs in the foothills of the Dinara mountain range, 2.5 km northeast of Knin. With its seven waterfalls and a total drop in altitude of 242 m, the Krka is a natural and karst phenomenon. The travertine waterfalls of the Krka River are the fundamental phenomenon of this river.
1 hour 15 min. by Car to Cetina River :
Flowing for more than 60 miles (96 kilometers) from its source at Dinara on the Croatia–Bosnia and Herzegovina border all the way to the Adriatic Sea near Split, the Cetina River is a main player in Dalmatia’s adventure-sports scene. Its rushing rapids, waterfalls, and tunnels make it ideal for rafting and canyoning excursions.