Holiday house for 6 people with a total area of 200 m2 consists of three floors. The ground floor has an air-conditioned living room with fireplace, lounge room overlooking the pool, fully equipped kitchen with dining table, and a small toilet. On the first floor there are two double bedrooms, each with access to its own spacious terrace, and one with SAT-TV, shower / WC in the hallway. In the open attic there is an air-conditioned double room with SAT-TV and private shower / WC.

About destination..

Poreč has been inhabited since prehistoric times. During the 2nd century BC, a Roman castrum was erected on a small peninsula, which was 400 m long and 200 m wide, and today houses the nucleus of the old city. During the reign of Emperor Augustus in the 1st century AD, castrum was officially proclaimed a city and included in the Roman colony Colonia Iulia Parentium. During Roman times, Poreč got its first walls, the whole city was walled apart from the western side or the top of the peninsula where the Temple of Neptune or Jupiter was located. In the 3rd century, the city already had an organized Christian community and an early Christian church complex. The Christian community almost completely disappeared during the time of Emperor Diocletian when the martyrs of Poreč died. Mauro and St. Eleuterije. Sv. According to the legend, Eleutheria was bound to a stone and thrown into the sea in the bay of Piskera. Today, next to the bay, there is the church of Sv. 15th Century Eleutheries

  • 2km from center
  • 2km from restaurant
  • 12km from sea
  • m from ambulance
  • 48km from airport
  • 3km from ATM

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About destination

  • Pool
  • Wifi
  • Parking
  • Pet friendly
  • Non smokers
  • Air condition
  • BBQ
  • Dishwasher
  • Washmachine
  • Phone
  • Jacuzzi