Modern Villa - Montizana, Porec, Istria - Private Corner Site - Small Village.
Description of sleeping capacity: Sleeps 4/6 (2 Bedrooms) Notes on bedrooms: Bedroom 1 king size double bed. Bedroom 2 with twin beds.
Pool / Spa
- 100% refund if you cancel at least 30 days before check-in.
- 50% refund (minus the service fee) if you cancel at least 14 days before check-in.
- No refund if you cancel less than 14 days before check-in.
Damage and Incidentals
You will be responsible for any damage to the rental property caused by you or your party during your stay.
Pets allowed - Small pets with well-behaved owners are welcome.Small pets with well-behaved owners are welcome.
Max guests: 6
Check in and check out with no person-to-person contact
All towels and bedding washed in hot water that’s at least 60ºC/140ºF
High-touch surfaces cleaned with disinfectant (like countertops, light switches, handles, and faucets)
Minimum 1-day vacancy between guest stays
Cleaned with disinfectant
Follows industry health association: Croatian Tourism Association (HUT - Croatia)
The area is characterised by charming bays with small beaches mostly lined by trees which provide shade. Villa Istria is 5 miles from the coast to Porec, Funtana and Vrsar. The Zelena (Green) and Plava (Blue) Lagunas (8 minutes drive) on the coast have a full range of sports available including watersports, horse riding, tennis, football and many other sports.
Cycling is very popular and Montizana is on the local cycle route.
Nearest airport is Pula 40 minutes . Trieste (2 hours), Venice (3 hours), Riyeka (1.5 hours) and Llubliana (2.5 hours). We will provide directions.
Villa Istria is on the edge of the tranquil village of Montizana. Groceries are available at the Zbandaj 2 KM away. there are many good supermarkets near Porec or Vrsar within a few minutes drive.
You must : 1) buy a bag of carrots; 2) walk 700 meters down towards Dracevac; 3) turn right - walk 300 meters to the Donkey Sanctuary; 4) Feed the Donkeys
There are many charming small villages within a 10 minute drive and a multitude of good qualty restuarants which are very reasonably priced. A family of 4 can eat well with a couple of drinks for under £40.
The Istria area has numerous places of interest including the Roman amphitheatre at Pula, the basilica at Porec and towns such as Rovinj and Motovoun.
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About Jim Brannan
My wife and I were married in 1983 and have 2 children. Our children were 17 and 13 when we first went to Croatia and we always felt that they were safe in the Porec area as it is "lively but civilised" We celebrated our 25th anniversary with a special party in our village of Montizana and it was one of the best nights of our lives. We want to be sure that guests will enjoy their stay so we never rent without speaking to people before they commit. This way, we can understand what they want from a holiday and we can decide whether Villa Istria is right for them. Sometimes, we suggest to people that it is not right for them. We enjoy going there as often as possible and we get a lot of pleasure when guests tell us how much they liked the villa and the area and book to return
Jim Brannan purchased this villa in 2005
Why Jim Brannan chose Montizana
My wife Louise and I always went to different places for our holidays. But, when we went to Porec in 2004, we fell in love with the area and bought Villa Istria in 2005. We loved the area and had the opportunity to buy early on this development to get the best site. We bought before it was completed so we could get the villa with the best views and choose the internal finishes. We enjoy a holiday where we can have some peace and quiet but not have to drive too far to visit the beaches and restaurants. We cook in some times and go out others. Just at the coast is the Zelena Laguna complex where there is a huge range of sporting activities. We also own some prime land in a nearby village Kadumi and we are holding this as a further development and investment opportunity.
What makes this villa unique
Montizana is a small rural village and we love it when the local chickens wander over to pay us a visit or the donkeys or sheep are out to see. If you go up the hill behind our house, you can climb a fireman's watchtower and see the beautiful countryside of Istria for many miles around. Our pool is cut into the hillside so is very private with no-one overlooking it. Ideal to relax. In the height of summer, Montizana usually about 3-4 degrees cooler that the temperature at the coast which can be welcome when temperatures peak. The Montizana sky is wonderful at night - well worth putting off the lights and just gazing at the sky to see it without light pollution. Many children have never see a sky like this before if they are city dwellers.
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