This beautiful holiday villa is located in Ližnjan, a small fishing village near Pula. The village is located by the woods and ten minutes away from the beach. It is built in the style of a traditional Istrian house and modernly furnished. The beautiful garden is decorated with a green area with authentic Istrian herbs and a large pool with underwater LED reflectors for a romantic night atmosphere. The village Ližnjan continues to the tourist town Medulin with its many restaurants, bars, sandy beaches and tourist attractions. Nearby is also Cape Kamenjak Nature Park which is worth visiting. Cape Kamenjak is a favorite place for tourists and local people because of its beautiful coastline, cycling and hiking trails, various events, attractions and sports activities in the ambience of unspoiled nature.
- Villa1302 sq. ft.
- Separate WCs0
- Min. Stay3 nights
Kristina - TRAVEL ISTRIA
- english, german, italian
- Calendar last updated:
- 24 Aug 2018
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Superb Villa - highly recommended
Having just returned from a week staying in Croatia at the Stone Villa Zahara I have nothing but good comments to make.
The Villa is superb, lovely layout with plenty of room for the 8 of us that stayed there. We were met at the local supermarket to make it easy to find the Villa, which is tucked away in very quiet location in the local town of Lizjnan. It was immaculately cleaned, the property manager stayed to explain some finer details and locations of local bars and restaurants. The pool is a really good size, plenty of chairs and sunbeds plus a superb BBQ area which we used on 2 occasions.
Would consider going back, loved Croatia and all it's hidden beaches.
Great modern villa would highly recommend it.
In the far southeast of Istria, in the landscape of Mediterranean vegetation , there is a fishing and agricultural village Ližnjan, overlooking the Kvarner bay from the hills, all the way to the islands of Cres and Lošinj. Far, yet tangible history of the area is written in the remains of the Roman settlement Vizaèe (Nesactium) near Valtura, and the Church of Majka Božja od Kuj (Our Lady from Kuj) keeps a legacy in the form of preserved early Christian mosaics.
This hidden part of clear sea and indented coastline immerging in it with its rocks and pebbles will show each passerby the beauty of 28 kilometres of untouched coastline. The picturesque harbour will tell you this is a place which has lived off the sea since ancient times. Try seafood specialties and with a sip of Istrian Malvasia or Teran experience what life is like here.
A distinctive characteristic of fauna is the bird European bee-eater, endemic and protected species which lives on Marlera during summer, peacefully and undisturbed, enjoying its natural habitat.
Horse riding fans can choose from a variety of services of equestrian sport and riding school, and for the ones whose passion is hunting, there is a hunting ground with thick oak forests hiding hares, partridges, pheasants, deer and boars. If you prefer diving into the sea depths, the underwater by the coast of Marlera and part of the Kuja Bay will reveal one of the last meadows of Mediterranean tapeweed.
Look for us and see for yourself how beautiful it is to be in the south of Istria.
Additional pricing information
Tourist tax is included. A refundable damage deposit of €400 (EUR) is payable on arrival in cash Up to 2 additional guests can be accommodated on the sofa bed in the living room at no additional cost. Pets accepted on request at additional cost of 55 euro per pet per week.