Croatia / KorÄula
Charming, Quiet Apartment At Å½rnovska Banja Bay
Charming apartment in a quiet part of Å½rnovska Banja Bay.
The apartment can sleep three to four persons, as there is a king size bed in the bedroom, a futon for two persons in the living area, and also another futon for child.
There is a fully equipped kitchen with utensils and dishes, a bathroom with towels, and a garden with a view of the PeljeÅ¡ac peninsula.
The distance from the apartment to the nearest beach is fifty metres. The distance from the apartment to KorÄula Old Town is two kilometres. The nearest grocery shop is a hundred metres away, and the nearest restaurant is fifty metres away.
Å½rnovska Banja is a small tourist place located on the eponymous bay on the north-eastern part of the island of KorÄula, three kilometres from the town of KorÄula and approximately two kilometres from Å½rnovo.
It is especially popular with windsurfers and is one of the favourite locations for this sport on the entire Dalmatian coastline, and it is also an ideal destination for guests who want a quiet vacation near interesting tourist centres.
Zrnovska Banja Bay has modern family summer houses, markets and a few restaurants, and it is also possible to rent boats and bikes, as well as take part in organized boat excursions to the surrounding area.
The beach in Zrnovska Banja consists of pebbles, and there are some unspoilt bays nearby (Orlandusa, Medvidnjak, Vrbovica, Rasohatica, Pavja Luka) where you can find a quiet spot and enjoy the beautiful Mediterranean landscape and crystal clear sea.
KorÄula Old Town is a medieval walled town situated on a promontory extending deep into the Peljesac Channel. The town has a succession of narrow streets that branch off the main street like in a herringbone pattern which reduces the effects of the wind and the sun, providing sheltered and comfortable accommodation for the inhabitants.
The architecture in KorÄula Old Town is mainly influenced by the Venetian Renaissance, but outside the Old Town, in Luka KorÄulanska Bay (Kalac), there are some old villas which provide fine examples of the architecture of the 1930s, though many have unfortunately been recently spoiled by the addition of various extensions.
The main street of KorÄula stretches through the town from north to south, dividing the ellipse-shaped Old Town into two equal parts. The rows of side streets that run from the seashores on the Western and the eastern side of the town meet the main street at the top of the small hill where KorÄula Old Town's main square, Pjaceta, with St. Mark's Cathedral, is located.
My housebound is fifty-three, and he is working for the US Embassy, and I am fifty-five, having thirty-one years' experience in the airline business, but currently enjoying my freedom. :-)
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|Sleeps||4 (1 Bedrooms)|
|Airport||Dubrovnik (120 km)|
When & Where
|Dates not specified|
|Languages||English / Italian|