Built on prestigious location just 8 km from Dubrovnik center in 1st row to the sea, in the elite neighborhood. This 800 m2 interior size villa has been finished building with the finest materials in 2018. on 980 m2 of land. It has been chosen as the most beautiful Villa on Adriatic sea. Each room at the villa has a beautiful crystal blue sea view and a view of Elaphite islands, something that cannot be explained if not experienced by yourself.
The villa can comfortably accommodate for 14 persons, it has 5 covered parking spaces behind it, but it can fit up to 6 cars depending on the size. The land plot of the house is 980m2 and it reaches to the sea, offering a private beach and the boat dock. It was built using only the finest materials for every single part of it. Among others, it includes Minotti furniture, Schüco windows, and Rimadesio doors. The total of 2000 m2 of high-quality stone was used for the construction of the villa and it has an A+ certificate, It is located 27 kilometers from the airport. It provides guests with a heated infinity pool, finish sauna, small wellness, elevator, private stone plateau beach, auxiliary facilities, laundry and auxiliary building for staff located below the parking lot. The current pictures don't represent fully how stunning the villa is, for full experience it is needed to see it in person. Owning this villa means having a holiday home in one of the top destinations in the world along as the showcase of the highest possible status to the future owner, something that only a few selected people can afford.
Dubrovnik is a Croatian city on the Adriatic Sea. Its one of the most prominent tourist destinations in the Mediterranean Sea. They're many beautiful places in the world, however, the people of Dubrovnik claim their city to be the most beautiful. A warm southern climate, spacious blue skies, emerald green and dark blue crystal-clear sea touching the rocky shore and spilling into numerous coves and bays, onto sandy beaches and steep reefs decorated with the lushest Mediterranean and subtropical flora. In 1979, the city of Dubrovnik joined the UNESCO list of World Heritage sites. Dubrovnik got rapidly more popular in the last few years because of the filming of the megapopular HBO series Game Of Thrones. From the beginning of this year 2017. until the end of November, an impressive 1.160 million tourists arrived in the city, which is a massive 17 percent more than the same period from last year. The town officials even consider making tourist limits per day, this shows why the Dubrovnik is often listed in top 10 world destinations to visit.