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Where we are

Your Croatian Holiday Villa is perfectly located in central Dalmatia, with easy access by car to great locations to visit and explore. Boasting an average of over 2600 hours of sun per year, Dalmatia's Mediterranean climate - combined with crystal clear waters, unspoiled nature, many sites of historical value and great food - makes it an increasingly sought after tourist destination.

Vinisce is a quiet fishing village that will charm you with its stunning bay and clear Adriatic waters. 

Your Croatian Holiday Villa is just a short 5 minutes walking distance to the beach and the center, where several supermarkets, bakeries and restaurants are making sure you have everything you need for a perfect stay. 

How to get here

By plane: We are just 20 km away from Split airport (second largest airport in Croatia, after Zagreb)

By car: If you come on highway A1 from direction Zagreb, exit at Sibenik or if you come from direction Split, exit at Prgomet. Then follow the coast road and at Marina follow the sign up for Vinisce (enter Bumbaci 10 Vinisce address on your GPS). 

By sea: Overnight ferry-boats connect Split to Ancona, Italy

What to visit

The UNESCO protected old town of Trogir is a short 30 minutes drive away (and the drive itself is a pleasure, since you are following the stunning coastline and passing through charming little villages). 

On the same direction, to the south, is the beautiful city of Split, second largest town in Croatia and hub for traveling to some of the best-known Croatian islands (Brac, Korcula, Hvar or Vis). Explore the Old Town of Split with the famous Diocletian's Palace and enjoy coffee or lunch (or both) on the unrivaled Split Riva (promenade).

Take a whole day for a trip further south to the world-renowed Dubrovnik, where you must walk the city walls for spectacular views (and highly instagrammable spots).

There is also a lot to see driving north from Vinisce. Go for a stroll and a coffee in Primosten, then head to Sibenik for a visit to the Cathedral of St. James and St. Michael Fortress. Right before you reach Sibenik though, make sure also to stop at another UNESCO heritage site, the Saint Nicholas Fortress, that scared off the turks in the 16th century (the waterway towards the fortress alone makes the visit worthwhile). 

Reserve a whole day for a trip to the Krka National Park, where you can admire beautiful nature and breath-taking waterfalls. Before evening falls, head over to Zadar to watch the most beautiful sunset ever and to listen to the wind and waves create ethereal music thanks to the Sea Organ. Right next to the sea organ is another major attraction, Greetings to the Sun.

For more suggestions on what to do and where to go while in Croatia, we highly recommend you follow the main English-language news portal Total Croatia News and the best travel blog in Croatia, Chasing the Donkey.

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