Villa Srna is one of those properties that you can't help to fall in love with! Offering modern styles and quirky charms, this fabulous villa is perfect for a Croatian retreat away! Located near the centre of Baska Voda, a village in Makarska, this unique property even offers a hidden passage that leads to the beautiful, local beach, only 190 meters away!
As you approach, Villa Srna presents itself as a quaint and romantic traditional, Croatian stone house with luscious greenery climbing around the building, there is a truly welcoming atmosphere. As you step inside, the villa offers modern and stylish furnishings throughout, with careful attention paid to every fitting and feature! The spacious living room boasts a large, corner sofa and television set, a space where all guests can come together, socialise and sit back to watch some television. The kitchen and dining area sits up a few steps from the living space, yet remaining open-plan. The magnificent kitchen is modern and stylish, with all the amenities you might need to whip up some spectacular family meals! Decorated with bright, colourful lights this dynamic space is the heart of the house. There is one double bedroom on the ground floor and a separate toilet. All the bedrooms in the villa continue to offer the contemporary and playful styles clearly visible in the kitchen, with the traditional white walls broken up by splashes of colour and quirky fittings! The four further bedrooms can be found on the first floors, with two doubles and two single rooms. One of the double bedrooms comes with a romantic terrace, perfect for quiet, private moments, a true oasis in the heart of this villa.
As you step outside, Villa Srna continues to excite, with a large covered terrace providing space for a lovely outdoor dining area where everyone can enjoy al-fresco meals together! The private swimming pool sits out in the sunshine, with pine and fir trees, as well as neatly sculpted bushes offering complete privacy for guests. Villa Srna offers a unique, romantic retreat away, a holiday to remember!
Villa Srna is a 5-bedroom property, that sleeps 8 guests. With a hidden passage leading directly from the villa to the beach, this is the ultimate villa for beach bums!
- Open living room
- Open-plan kitchen and dining area
- Double bedroom
- Separate bathroom
- Double bedroom with private terrace
- Double bedroom
- 2 Single bedrooms
- Private swimming pool
- Covered terrace
- Outdoor dining area
Villa Srna is located near the center of Baska Voda, a village in Makarska. The villa has a hidden passage that leads to the beach which is only 190 meters away and is only 300 meters from the centre. Baska Voda is located at the foot of the Biokovo Mountain and is a traditional fishing village, meaning you are sure to find authentic Croatian cuisine with freshly caught and expertly prepared fish. The port allows ferries to take you to nearby Brac and Hvar, where you can explore further Croatian culture and the historical sites that are often visited on these islands.
Makarska is home to beautiful beaches and crystal-clear seas. If you like to explore outdoors and keep active, then the Biokovo Mountain that sits behind the property is part of the Biokovo Nature Park and offers the opportunity to explore the beautiful Croatian countryside, hiking up the mountain and embracing the unsullied views. Makarska is a quaint and charming part of Croatia that still celebrates traditional ways and allows you to experience authentic Croatian culture. Through summer Makarska's main square is filled with open-air restaurants and cafes, while behind the church, in the shade, the daily open-air market sells fresh seasonal fruit and vegetables. Along the harbour, overlooked by a string of cafes and pizzeria, wooden excursion boats offer one-day trips to Jelsa on Hvar and Zlatni Rat beach in Bol on Brac.
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