This villa is situated in Kastel Luksic, famous for pebble beaches, gardens with Mediterranean vegetation, 2 castles and a lot of churches dating as early as 12th century.
The villa is surrounded with 2000 m2 garden with olive and orange trees closed with high green hedge. The whole house has 220 m2, a front first floor terrace of 50 m2, a south side balcony of 30 m2 and east side balcony of 20 m2. At the ground floor there are: spacious and sunny kitchen, 40 m2 living/dining room with air-condition and exit to the terrace, one king size bedroom, bathroom (shower, sink, toilet), a beautiful hall with a full size mirror and the stairs to the second floor. On the second floor there are: 4 bedrooms ( 3 of them with a king size beds, night tables with lamps, air-condition, chest of drawers, mirrors and closets,the 4th bedroom can be used as a bureau), one bathroom (shower, sink, toilet), sunny hall with exit to the east balcony.
Back of the house there is a barbecue and parking for 3 cars.
TRANSPORT: International Airport of Split in Kastela is only 4 km from the villa.
During a season (June to October) there are numerous low cost companies flying to the Split Airport; German Wings, Easy Jet, Norwegian Air Shuttle, Scand Jet, Flynordic, Sky Europe...
It is also easy to come by a car, the A1 Motorway (called Europe's most beautiful highway) takes you almost directly to Kastela (exit Prgomet 12 km).
There is a local bus service Split-Solin-Kastela-airport-Trogir every 15 min. A bus ride from the house to Split takes about 30 min, to Trogir 15 min. In Split and Trogir you find direct lines to major Dalmatian cities, some of them very easy to visit for a day, like Sibenik and Zadar. In Split you find a ferry that can take you to some of Dalmatian islands that is possible to visit in a day, like Brac, Solta ( 1 hour by ferry).
RECOMMENDED VISITS DIRECTION TROGIR: 7km from K.Luksic is TROGIR,a town with a history that dates more than 2000 years back in time. Trogir was an important city to conquer for all rulers along Adriatic coast, so over the years Trogir has been Greek, Roman, Venetian and even French; all of them have to some extend contributed to the cultural heritage of the town. Inscribed in UNESCO's list for WH. www.en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Trogir.
At 40 km is PRIMOSTEN, the enchanting peninsula and one of the most photogenic spots on the Adriatic coast www.en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Primosten
At 55km is SIBENIK, the oldest native Croatian town on the eastern shores of Adriatic (www.en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sibenik)
At 60 km NATIONAL PARK KRKA is worth spending a day visit (www.en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Krka National Park)
At 133 km ZADAR, famous for its churches and The musical sea organ (www.en.org/wiki/Zadar
At 235km PLITVICE LAKES, listed in UNESCO's Register of WNH (www.np-plitvicka-jezera.hr/eng)
RECOMMENDED VISITS DIRECTION SPLIT: At 14 km you find ruins in SOLIN, developed on the location of ancient Salona, the capital of the Roman province of Dalmatia and the birthplace of Emperor Diocletian.
At 10km from Solin, KLIS with a magnificent panorama pictures of Split and Kastela Bay and one of the most beautiful fortress in Croatia from the 7th century.
At 17 km SPLIT. There are so many things to visit in this 1700 years old city.
At 32 km VRANJACA CAVE, 65-70 million years old, created by an underground river. It is said to be one of the most beautiful in Croatia.
MOSOR mountains stretching above Split and Omis, known for its very active mountaineers club,good infrastructure in marked paths and mountain huts and shelters..
At 45 km OMIS. The city was ruled by Pirates during more than 2 centuries. Here you find agencies that organize rafting and wild water canoe.
At 115 km IMOTSKI with the largest sinkhole lakes in the world, Red and Blue lakes.
At 170 km MEDJUGORJE, very popular among Catholic pilgrims