2 Bedroom Apartment
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About Dean Popovic
The house was designed and built in 1908. by my great-grandfather Ivo Bezic. During his architecture studing in Vienna, he was charmed with Vienna secession at that time. He dedicated his sessesin villa to his lovely wife Flora. Nowdays Villa Flora is our holiday house and we are happy to invite you in Split and enjoy nice weather and great town's history.
Dean Popovic purchased this Apartment in 2013
Check-in: 4:00 PM
Check-out: 11:00 AM
100% refund if canceled at least 60 days before arrival date. 50% refund if canceled at least 30 days before arrival date.
Huge apartment. Large rooms with high ceilings. Great locations, really close to the palace.
The place could use some sprucing up, and we had many yellowjackets in the kitchen and bathroom.
All in all it was worth the money.
Lovely period apartment
If you like somewhere with history and character this is for you
View of the sea and mountains from a sunny balcony
Well equipped kitchen.
Very, very quiet.
Location excellent for beach, palace , ferries and either bus station.
Very helpful owner who was quick to reply.
Martin, Rachel and Alasdair
The apartment was amazing and even larger than we expected
Great apartment in a fantastic location. 2 blocks from old town. Dean, the host, was very accommodating and responsive! I give this place a 5 star and would recommend it to anyone! Split is a beautiful city..
Excellent apartment, very close to the centre
This has to be one of the best located apartments I have ever had on HomeAway. I visited in August with my wife and two teen daughters. Communication with Dean all the way through the booking and up to collecting the keys was first rate. On the day of arrival we were met by his Dad Boris, who had reserved a car parking space for us. The apartment is up a flight of stairs to the second floor, no lift, so be prepared to carry suitcases up.
The apartment is spacious. A large hallway leading to the bathroom, a large kitchen diner with a utility room and washing machine.There is a large living room, balcony and two large bedrooms. Air con in the bedrooms and dining room.
As the apartment is so close to the centre parking is difficult. We tended to find parking about 300m walk away, in parking zone 2 and paying about 5 kuna per hour. Parking in zone 2 is free from 7pm to 7am and free from 14.30 Saturdays and free Sunday and we just fed the meter until around 10.30am when we left in the morning. On street parking is available close by but spaces are tight.
The apartment was generally clean but does need some TLC. Only real issue was the bathroom. The door wouldnt close and the bathroom itself is a little dated. We also had quite a few wasps come in each day so there must be a nest close by, possibly in the wood of the bathroom window.
The apartment is only 5 mins walk from Diocletians Palace, the historic heart of the city and couldn't be better located. There is a Tommy supermarket virtually next to the apartment and sells virtually everything you want.
Whilst we were there we visited Supetar as foot passengers but wish we had gone back with the car. Also visited Sibenik, a beautiful city, Krka national park which was hellishly busy and expensive. We used the beaches at Kasjuni and also Slatine over on the island of Ciovo as the water was so clear and plenty of beach cafes. We did a day trip to Omis by car but the traffic was awful about 5km out of Omis.
This is a great apartment in a great city and would highly recommend.
Great place in a great place!
Lots of space, nice kitchen, and great location! Terrific spot!
Many thanks for your stay:)
The apartment was beautiful and historic. Lots of unique touches and obviously luxurious back in its heyday. Location was absolutely perfect- easy walking distance to both beach and palace. Dishwasher was weak and there was no scrubber/washcloth to do them by hand (only steel wool which would have scratched them), so some dishes in the cabinets were less than sparkling clean. Don’t let that deter you from this rental, it’s a tiny inconvenience for an unforgettable place. If you have a car, parking can be tricky. You are zone 1 on that block, but the next block up is zone 2. When we arrived, we wanted to plug the machine with enough money to pay the daily rate so we could go enjoy the city, but that required 19 5 Kuna coins (no bills or cards at the meter) and of course that was impossible because it was our first day in Croatia and stores there guard their coins carefully and will not change bills for you. Other option was SMS payment, but you must have a Croatian SIM card (which we didn’t.). We finally found the solution, although it’s not posted on the meter. Download the app Paydo. You can then pay for Split parking on there with a foreign credit card. I know it works because I saw the meter reader come and he ticketed other cars, but not ours. What a relief!
Secession House Villa Flora is located in center of the Split, just next to Diocletian's palace.
For your pleasant stay, on the disposal is apartment measuring 120 square meters, with two bedrooms, living room, kitchen, bathroom and a balcony with a view of the harbor.
Experience the spirit of the old Split in quiet location.