Villas in Croatia

Villas in Croatia

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Villa for 2 people, with balcony/terrace and pool in Croatia
Villa for 2 people, with balcony/terrace and pool
1 bedroom
10.0
(3 reviews)
from $108 / night
Villa for 2 people, with balcony in Croatia
Villa for 2 people, with balcony
1 bedroom
from $75 / nightFREE cancellation
Villa for 2 people, with yard in Croatia
Villa for 2 people, with yard
1 bedroom
from $214 / night
Villa for 2 people, with pool and yard, with pets in Croatia
Villa for 2 people, with pool and yard, with pets
1 bedroom
10.0
(4 reviews)
from $107 / night
Villa for 2 people, with pool and balcony as well as yard in Croatia
Villa for 2 people, with pool and balcony as well as yard
1 bedroom
9.0
(7 reviews)
from $150 / night
Villa for 4 people, with pool and yard in Croatia
Villa for 4 people, with pool and yard
2 bedrooms
10.0
(2 reviews)
from $112 / night
Villa for 3 people, with pool and yard as well as terrace in Croatia
Villa for 3 people, with pool and yard as well as terrace
1 bedroom
8.8
(10 reviews)
from $104 / nightFREE cancellation
Villa for 4 people, with pool and yard in Croatia
Villa for 4 people, with pool and yard
2 bedrooms
10.0
(14 reviews)
from $374 / night
Villa for 4 people, with yard and pool as well as ocean view in Croatia
Villa for 4 people, with yard and pool as well as ocean view
2 bedrooms
10.0
(14 reviews)
from $206 / night
Villa for 4 people, with yard and pool as well as balcony in Croatia
Villa for 4 people, with yard and pool as well as balcony
2 bedrooms
8.5
(8 reviews)
from $157 / night
Villa for 2 people, with pool and balcony in Croatia
Villa for 2 people, with pool and balcony
1 bedroom
9.4
(8 reviews)
from $164 / nightFREE cancellation
Villa for 4 people, with terrace and yard in Croatia
Villa for 4 people, with terrace and yard
1 bedroom
10.0
(3 reviews)
from $79 / night
Villa for 3 people in Croatia
Villa for 3 people
1 bedroom
from $72 / night
Villa for 5 people, with pool and yard as well as ocean view in Croatia
Villa for 5 people, with pool and yard as well as ocean view
2 bedrooms
10.0
(3 reviews)
from $186 / night
Villa for 4 people, with yard in Croatia
Villa for 4 people, with yard
2 bedrooms
10.0
from $130 / night
Villa for 5 people, with ocean view and yard in Croatia
Villa for 5 people, with ocean view and yard
2 bedrooms
8.0
from $292 / night
Villa for 4 people, with balcony and pool in Croatia
Villa for 4 people, with balcony and pool
1 bedroom
8.9
(6 reviews)
from $121 / night
Villa for 4 people, with pool in Croatia
Villa for 4 people, with pool
2 bedrooms
from $193 / night
Villa for 4 people, with balcony and yard as well as pool in Croatia
Villa for 4 people, with balcony and yard as well as pool
2 bedrooms
9.5
(4 reviews)
from $246 / night
Villa for 4 people, with terrace and balcony/terrace as well as ocean view in Croatia
Villa for 4 people, with terrace and balcony/terrace as well as ocean view
2 bedrooms
10.0
(5 reviews)
from $115 / nightFREE cancellation
Villa for 4 people, with yard and balcony in Croatia
Villa for 4 people, with yard and balcony
1 bedroom
from $206 / night
Villa for 4 people, with balcony and pool in Croatia
Villa for 4 people, with balcony and pool
1 bedroom
from $107 / nightFREE cancellation
Villa for 2 people, with balcony and pool in Croatia
Villa for 2 people, with balcony and pool
1 bedroom
from $228 / nightFREE cancellation
Villa for 4 people, with yard and terrace, with pets in Croatia
Villa for 4 people, with yard and terrace, with pets
2 bedrooms
9.4
(7 reviews)
from $162 / night

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Highlights in Croatia

  • Gorgeous beaches
  • Vibrant nightlife
  • Living History
  • UNESCO heritage sites
  • Ethnic Cuisine
  • Natural Wonders
  • Breathtaking national parks

Best Villas in Croatia

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Villa for 4 Guests in Drage, Dalmatia
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Drage, Dalmatia
Villa • 581 ft² • 2 Bedrooms
10.0
(3 reviews)
Sea view, a few steps to the beach, large plot, covered wooden terrace and additional natural stone terrace framed by flower beds, terrace sunshade, outdoor shower, large dining table with 6 chairs, two large sun loungers, two portable sun loungers.Our Beach House with a view of the islands of the Kornati National Park is located a few steps from the beach on one of the most beautiful bays of the Dalmatian coast. The Tiny House is characterised by ecological, high-quality construction and modern design. It is tastefully and individually furnished in Mediterranean style with boho elements an...
from $123 / night
Villa for 2 Guests in Primosten, Dalmatia
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Primosten, Dalmatia
Villa • 484 ft² • 1 Bedroom
The villa is luxury furnished. The domicile is also popular because of the view over the sea from the property and the quiet and sunny location at the water. For common use are available: sun lounger, garden shower, grill possibility, terrace, garden furniture and court.LocationPrimošten, district Primošten. The villa is located on a open water plot. The landlord lives only temporarily in the house, but uses a seperate entrance. The access goes directly from the main road (asphalted). Parking lot on the property. Specialair conditioner, central heating. Facilities: internet access (WLAN) an...
from $176 / night
Villa for 4 Guests in Sutivan, Dalmatia
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Sutivan, Dalmatia
Villa • 861 ft² • 2 Bedrooms
This villa, located in Sutivan, is ideal for 4 vacationers. It offers 2 bedrooms, a private pool from 01 May to 31 October and WiFi.It is perfect for unwinding after a day of exploration.The kitchen is well-equipped for cooking up your favorite meals. Enjoy your feast around the dining table which seats 6.The villa has 2 comfortable bedrooms, 1 including a double bed and 1 including 2 single beds. The bathroom is fitted with a shower and a toilet.The villa features a dressing room, a washing machine, central heating and air conditioning.Note that the cleaning, towels and bed linen are inclu...
from $157 / night

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Villas in Croatia

Fantastic villas by the Adriatic

Croatia is one of those destinations with something for every taste. Rent a villa in Zagreb, its capital, to enjoy the Dalmatian culture and history visiting its cathedral or the unique St. Mark’s Church. The peninsula of Istria offers incredible villas located in the beautiful villages of Pula, Porec and Rovinj. The fantastic beaches of the Adriatic Sea and wonderful islands with turquoise waters are ideal for families who want a villa close to the beach. Find the best properties in Hvar, Korcula, Vis, Elaphiti Islands or Brac. The coastal towns of Split, Zadar, Dubrovnik and Sibenik are also great towns with unique views, beaches, culture and entertainment where you can enjoy a villa and make it your home away from home during your Vacations.

Luxury villas with swimming pools

Enjoy luxury villas with stunning views of the Adriatic Sea from the comfort of your bedroom or your lounge. Access the beach with a short walk from your doorstep. Beautiful and spacious villas with open plan kitchens, large lounges and equipped with all the necessary amenities. Find villas for families and groups with lovely outdoor areas to enjoy al fresco dinings, lazy afternoons by the pool and a pleasant siesta under the shady trees. Are you planning a getaway to Croatia as a couple? Find villas with sauna and jacuzzi.

Travelers and activities

Croatia for beach lovers

When it comes to beaches, Croatia offers pebbly coves and seductive sandy shores. Near Zadar, you can enjoy Nin’s long, luxuriant Kraljičina plaža (Queen’s Beach) with mesmerising views of the Velebit mountains. Near Split there is the popular family beach of Bačvice, where the acrobatic picigin is played. This Dalmatian sport involves lots of leaping around movements to prevent a small ball from hitting the water. On the island of Brač, you can enjoy the sandy Lovrečina Bay with translucent waters and a ruined medieval church behind the strand. Another spit of land composed of a pebble beach is often referred to as Golden Cape. This is Zlatni Rat, a unique beach that changes its shape due to the currents and the wind. Hvar Island is also home to beautiful beaches such as the attractive Uvala Dubovica or Grebišće. You will always be a few steps away from a nice beach to lay down and unwind with your dearest ones along the Dalmatian coast.

Croatia for nature lovers

Croatia is one of the most popular destinations for nature lovers. The diversity of the country embraces a laid-back vibe and offers a stunning coastline, fabulous cities full of history, culture and food and stunning natural parks and reserves with mesmerising views. Croatia National Parks are the ideal pick for those travelers who want to immerse in the deepest natural gems of the country. Visit the incredible Plitvice Lakes National Park and admire the 12 upper lakes and the 4 lower lakes. Walk along the wooden elevated footpaths and spend a day hiking the trails that take you to the waterfalls. Krka National Park is also a must on a trip to Croatia. Enjoy a unique ecozystem with lakes and waterfalls as you admire the views strolling along the way. Kamenjak, Brijuni National Park, Velebit or Mljet National Park are also great parks with salt lakes, cycling tracks and shady walkways.

Did you know the island of Hvar enjoys the most hours of sunshine in Europe?

Top 7 travel tips in Croatia

1. Take a trip to the islands

The islands of Croatia are simply beautiful. Havar, known as the Lavender Island, enjoys about 2,800 hours of sunshine a year. Enjoy its beaches and the traditional Dalmatian cuisine. Korcula is the cultural island, where Marco Polo was born and his family house still remains. Korcula town is known as the “Little Dubrovnik” because of its churches, houses and palaces. Vela Luka and Lumbarda are also two little charming villages worth a visit as well as the vineyards and olive groves. Vis is a cute little island that played Greece for Mamma Mia 2. Have some pleasant time at the beach and enjoy the laid-back lifestyle. The islands will make you fall in love with Croatia and you are spoilt of choice when it comes to choosing one. Will you make up your mind?

2. A memorable sunset

According to Alfred Hitchcock, one of the best sunsets happens in Zadar. At the end of its promenade, you can sit by the stairs of the Sea Organ and wait for the sun to go down in the horizon. If you want to catch the magical colors of the sunset while admiring the show of lights offered by the large big circle at the very end of the promenade, stand around the Greeting to the sun, a photovoltaic set of modules with glass plates that will leave you in awe as the daylight fades away.

3. Zagreb, the capital

For urban travelers who want to enjoy the charms of a city, with its shops, bars and restaurants but without giving up nature must head to Zagreb, the capital. The city offers interesting cultural visits, with a monumental wealth area including the cathedral and Saint Mark’s Church, with an incredible mosaic on the roof. Enjoy a ride on the funicular, visit the upper town , Gornji Grad, the Stone Gate and the Lotrščak Tower. In the outskirts you can easily practice canoeing or hiking. There are several festivals happening throughout the year, with music and street food like Bas Nas Music and Gourmet festival. Enjoy!

4. Visit Split

Split is a combination of sea, culture, gastronomy and laid-back vibes. It is also a good base for day trips to the islands. Split is one of those cities you will fall in love with the minute you see it. The medieval layout, the Diocletian’s Palace, the Grgur Ninski statue, the unique “Let me pass” street, the varied cuisine and the beautiful beach of Bacvice. It will definitely create memories for years to come!

5. Dubrovnik: King’s Landing

The famous HBO series had several parts shooted in Dubrovnik and Split. The stunning walls of the city, a well preserved medieval city, fantastic tours, an impressive clock tower, street performances, beaches and water sports and tours. Feel part of this magic environment, where the Game of Thrones actors brought to life a medieval city. The series fans can also take the specific tour about it and buy different souvenirs at the specific shops with all the bits and bobs related to the Mother of Dragons, John Snow and the rest of characters.

6. Indulge your senses

A good way to get deeper into the culture of a country is by tasting its cuisine. Croatia is a mix of different flavors that will raise your taste buds immediately. The fresh fish and shellfish, combined with local produce, create the most delicious dishes and mouthwatering bites. Try some Peka, black rice, dirty macaroni or the popular “lamb under the bell” slow-cooked in the outdoor kitchens, known as konobas. The icing on the cake is a delicious Rozata or a piece of heavenly Stone Cake. Let the flavors conquer your senses and enjoy your meal!

7. Visit the Istrian Peninsula

Croatia is one of the countries with most UNESCO World Heritage Sites. Around the peninsula of Istria you can visit several medieval villages with a unique charm and fantastic monuments. Visit the Roman Amphitheater of Pula, the church of St Euphemia in Rovinj or the Euphrasius Basilica in Porec as well as the Old Town. Enjoy the monuments and after a long day of visits, taste its cuisine based on truffles, an important ingredient of the region and some of the best wines produced locally. An authentic Dalmatian feast

Villas in Croatia

Villas along Croatia’s iconic seaside

Filled with national parks and historical architecture, modern towns seamlessly incorporate the old with the new. The cuisine is always fresh and of superb quality. Zagreb, Croatia’s capital, lies inland amongst the mountains while Rijaka, Pula and Dalmatia rest along the turquoise sea with world-class white sandy beaches. The numerous islands weave in and around the bays, making Croatia a spectacular, visually satisfying vacation destination. These villas are conveniently nestled along the seacoast near all the best hotspots for an epic holiday.

Luxury villas for the savvy traveler

Pack your bags and head out to the Mediterranean Revival style villas of Croatia. These white stuccoed villas with red tiled roofs have a swimming pool and many boast beautiful gardens. They’re fully equipped with kitchens, cozy bedrooms and deluxe bathrooms designed for your comfort. Not to mention the incredible ocean views. Some of the villas feature a sleek, modern design to go with the scenery. Whether you are on a honeymoon or family reunion, these villas will exceed your expectations.

Travelers and activities

Croatia for Foodies

Croatia is filled with culinary treasures you won’t want to miss. From Zagreb to the remote islands of Dalmatia, there are more specialties than you could imagine. Pag Island boasts its famous sheep cheese, lamb, and wine. Tender octopus salad, Ćevapi grilled sausage, Grah and Börek pastry are just a few on the list. Foodies must visit Split’s Konoba Duboka Ladovina restaurant for culture, craft beer on tap, local wine and signature dishes like black risotto, Peka and Kremsnita cream cake. Nearby islands boast fresh oysters, mussels and more. And, before leaving, go on a wine tasting tour to die for.

Croatia for Culture lovers

Croatia boasts ten UNESCO world heritage sites. In Zagreb, take-in the Medvednica Nature Park for ethnic heritage, manor houses, castles and legends tucked away in a breathtaking mountain terrain. Spend time in Ivanščica visiting 13 ancient fortresses encircling its humongous mountain, several are from the 12th century. The exotic seacoast has even more historical treasures including Split’s Roman Palace, Dubrovnik’s famous King’s Landing castle and more. Croatia’s Carnival season, marks the traditional ushering in of Spring with festivities like balls, parades and multiple cultural events you’ll want to experience. Add to that seven sacral heritage sites and you’ll agree there are hidden treasures everywhere.

Croatia for Nature lovers

Croatia has multiple nature parks to explore and each one is unique. They are arranged throughout the country, but easily accessible as a day trip. Krka National Park is the most diverse with its hiking trails and waterfalls. For exotic animals, history, golf, and an island loaded with biodiversity, visit Brijuni. Učka is between Istria and Kvarner with a gorgeous scenic roadway overlooking the Adriatic Sea. Risnjak has 1,000 types of flora with lynx, bear and wolf. Educational trails dot the famous UNESCO Geopark of Papuk with its mountain streams, caves and waterfalls. Stop at the lodge’s restaurant for dormouse, a popular regional dish. BioKovo and many more offer amazing sights for wonderful memories.

Known as the birthplace of Dalmatian dogs, Croatia boasts the world’s largest truffle at 1.2 kg discovered in Istria.

Top 7 travel tips in Croatia

1. Take an adventurous respite at Mljet

Mljet island, off the coast of Dubrovnik, is the outdoorsman’s gold mine. Enjoy an exotic fishing excursion and reel in Bluefin Tuna or Swordfish from the pristine Adriatic Sea. Do a scuba shipwreck tour bordering the archaeological sites of shipwrecks like Odysseus and St. Paul at Goli Rat. Finally, the gorgeous Mljet National Park covers the island with forest, lakes, sea cliffs and sandy beaches for your enjoyment.

2. Explore a Roman Emperor’s palace

In 300 AD, Diocletian’s Retirement Palace was built by slaves in Split. It spanned 10-acres with cobblestone walkways for his family’s use encompassing the city. You’ll appreciate the 3500-year-old sphinxes and observe the changing of the Roman Centurion guard’s performances every day at noon. There’s so much history here you’ll need a tour guide to point out its fascinating features and incredible stories.

3. Climb to the highest heights

At North Velebit National Park you will be exhilarated by the intensive mountain range trails surrounded by a rich biodiversity of plants and animals. There are also caves, coves and history enriched roadways to explore, offering unending thrills for adventure seekers.

4. Blow your mind with beauty at Plitvice Lakes

This World Heritage Site is unique in every way. Enclosed by ancient forests with rare birds and animals, the interconnected lakes were formed by a limestone geological process that created natural dams and ecstatic waterfalls. Feel their spray as you go under them and walk-through the mysterious caves. Finally, top it off tour through the wooden walkways above the crystal waters revealing colorful fish and water plants.

5. Sail through time at Kornati National Park and Archipelago

This Park is a sweet place for water sports and hiking. If you enjoy coral, and beautiful fish, snorkeling is a must. The sailing amid Croatia’s scenery, swimming and generally soaking up the sun is awesome. But the wining and dining is superb here. And don’t miss 5000 years of the island’s dry-stone walls and sheep herding. Finally, the Crown, sea cliffs, can be observed via Scuba and hiking.

6. Listen to the birds at Vrana Lake Nature Park

Take a day trip and enjoy this glorious sanctuary of birds, flowers, and interesting nature. There will be no want for photo opportunities here with the rarest species for your portfolio. This Park shelters over 110 species of nesting birds and 100,000 overwintering birds at the largest freshwater lake bordering the sea between Zadar and Dalmatia. Visit Vrana Lake Nature Park and make your birdsong and birdwatching fantasy come true.

7. Taste the culture on the Split Croatia Art of Wine Food Tour

What better way to experience culture than through the food and drink walk-about led by a knowledgeable guide? The tour begins at breakfast with cappuccino, introducing you to Croatia’s coffee culture. The day is filled with a treasure trove of culinary delights, history, fresh market shopping and fascinating stories about sulfur, olive oil, truffles, and special cooking methods. At the end we were overflowing with joy.

FAQs: Villas in Croatia

When organizing a vacation to Croatia, which amenities are the most essential for travelers?

Judging by the information from Holidu, when travelers search for villas in Croatia, they frequently choose the following amenities: pool (39%), internet (18%), and a air-conditioning (13%). Last year, the majority of guests used at least one of these options when finding the perfect villa.

Which types of services are available at the villas in Croatia?

Out of the facilities you can find on Holidu, it seems that the villas in Croatia contain everything that travelers dream of! Here, the villas generally include a variety of facilities, the most popular being: air-conditioning (92%), internet (91%), and balcony (87%)...Are you convinced yet?

How are the villas generally rated in Croatia?

On average, the villas here are quite highly rated. According to the Holidu database, 37% of villas have a rating of 4.5 stars. This is a quite high ratio which allows us to confirm that there are many which are very enjoyable and will be the perfect choice for your next vacation.

Are the villas in Croatia child-friendly?

Judging by the Holidu database, 57% of villas in Croatia are suitable for vacations with children, it should therefore be very easy for you to find the ideal villa for you and your children.

Are the villas in Croatia suitable for travelers and their pets?

Definitely! In Croatia, 40% of the villas are pet-friendly, 79% also have a garden!

Do the villas in Croatia often have Wi-Fi?

Certainly! According to last year, 91% of villas in Croatia include internet connection. It is therefore no problem, you will be able to browse the internet during your stay!

What is the average price for villas in Croatia?

A lot of the villas in Croatia are, in general, quite expensive. According to Holidu's data, 14% cost on average more than $500 per night.

Do the villas in Croatia usually have a fireplace or a pool?

Yes! According to Holidu, the villas in Croatia are ideal for all seasons. Here, 36% have a fireplace and 80% a pool.

Are the villas in Croatia suitable for vacations with friends or better for a vacation as a small group?

In Croatia, according to Holidu, 69% of villas are suitable for groups of up to eight guests, 55% of these villas have at least four bedrooms. But 99% of villas also welcome small groups of up to four travelers, and 97% of the villas are made up of at least two separate bedrooms. Croatia is therefore the perfect destination for large and small groups going on vacation!

Are Villas in Croatia luxurious?

Yes, indeed! 80% have a pool, 92% have air conditioning and 16% even have a sauna. In this destination, you will certainly find all the comforts you need for the perfect vacation. What more could you want? A garden, or fireplace? Why not both! 79% the villas have a garden and 36% have a fireplace. When the weather is nice, you can enjoy the sun in the garden and in the winter enjoy eveningsromanticly by the fire.

At the villas in Croatia are you able to have a beautiful view and spend time outside?

Yes, itis the perfect place to breathe in the fresh air and spend time outside! 87% of the villas have a balcony or terrace, and 58% have a view. 79% also offer a garden, so you will not have any trouble finding your vacation paradise. If you like eating your meals outdoors, and especially if you like barbecues, 85% of the villas are equipped with them.

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