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This gorgeous traditional stone built house has been tastefully renovated and stands in a beautifully landscaped garden of 800 square metres. The garden rises in terraces offering a variety of secluded areas for relaxing and sun bathing, and incorporates a swimming pool 9 metres x 4.5 metres, sun bathing terraces, a shady terrace under a pergola and a barbecue area. The villa is situated about 100 metres from the water’s edge in an elevated position with views to the sea and across the walled town of Mali Ston and it impressive castle. The villa sleeps 6 in three rooms (two double one twin) with the possibility of sleeping a seventh person on a fold out bed in the main bedroom or two extras on a bed-settee in the lounge. Interior furnishings are to the highest standard. The kitchen is equipped with a range cooker, a fridge freezer, dishwasher and microwave oven. Air con; underfloor heating.
Wine: Local wines from the Peljesac peninsular are considered to be amongst Croatia’s finest. Notable are the red wines. Dingac is most highly regarded but we would also recommend trying Postup and Plavac. There are several wineries located in the village of Potomje on the road running up the centre of the peninsular. It is possible to taste wine and buy directly from the wineries.
The island of Mljet: The ferry service running from Prapratno to Mljet provides convenient access to the island from Mali Ston. The most wooded of Croatia’s 1100 islands Mljet is 30 km long and only 3 km wide. One third of the island is a national park that contains two lakes that are linked to each other and to the sea. In the centre of the large lake is an island with a Benedictine monastery first established in the 12th century and rebuilt in the Renaissance period. Mljet is best appreciated by walking or cycling through the national park area. There is a bus service that takes you into the park and which links with a boat to take you out to the monastery. There are several coastal villages and excellent seafood restaurants.
Professionally landscaped garden of 800 square metres planted with Lavender, Rosemary, Mimosa, Fig, Olive, Pomegranate, Orange and Almond.
Sun loungers Garden dining table and chairs Terraces and sitting areas under pergolas and trees Sunbathing terraces around pool Car parking for up to three cars
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Mali Ston is a picturesque fortified medieval town standing on the water's edge at one end of the narrow isthmus that joins the Peljesac peninsula to the mainland. It is 45 minutes drive from Dubrovnik. The Dubrovnik Republic acquired control over Peljesac in 1333 and proceeded to construct massive fortifications in the form of a 5.5 kilometre wall spanning the isthmus and circling the towns of Ston and Mali Ston that stood on the coast at either end of the wall. Above Mali Ston and forming part of the town’s fortification stands an impressive five towered castle. You can swim from the shingle beaches in Mali Ston (just 100 metres from Villa Mimosa) or make the short drive (4 km) to the sheltered Prapratno Cove on the opposite side of the peninsula where you will find one of the finest sandy beaches in Croatias. Mali Ston is famous for it seafood, particularly oysters, and there are several excellent restaurants in Ston and Mali Ston.