ABOUT THE HOUSE
A short description of the main features of the villa.
- home265 Sqm
- car3 Car Parking
- usergroup10 People
- 5 Bedrooms
- bike6 Bicycles
- catNO Pets
- deleteNo Smoking
Villa Ana is an exceptional seafront villa located on the quiet and peaceful outskirts of the romantic small town of Jelsa. The Villa measures 265sqm and is situated on a 1.100sqm plot with immediate access to the sea. With 5 bedrooms it is an ideal holiday house for up to 10 people. The entire villa is furnished in a modern design with the highest quality of materials being used. All bedrooms have en-suite bathrooms with shower, while the master bedroom has both a shower and a bathtub.
In the main part of the house there is a big open space with a fully equipped kitchen, a modern living area and a dining area. Beside the main kitchen, there is also a summer kitchen with a big open grill. The outside area has a number of separate sections with various options for seating and relaxing. There is a big dining table, and plenty of sun chairs, sun loungers etc. The swimming pool with built in Jacuzzi is the perfect place to relax and to enjoy the beautiful sea view.
These are the facilities and services included in the price of your holiday.
- Air Conditioning
- Inside and outside (summer) kitchen
- Pool with Jacuzzi
- HI-FI (inside and outside speakers)
- Fridge with ice maker
- Inside and outside seating for 12
- Dishwasher & Washing Machine
- 6+2 sunchairs and outside sofa
- PlayStation 4
- Gas and induction cooktop
- Boat berth
- Table tennis
- Outside Fireplace with BBQ
- Inside Fireplace
- Table football
- Bed Linen
- 2 Kayaks (Oceand Duo and Ocean Quatro)
- Bathroom and Pool Towels
- 6 Bikes
- Coffee Machine
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WHAT TO DO
A short description of activities and places to see on your holiday.
Whether you like biking, walking or driving a car, most of the trips are short in distance. We highly recommend to rent a sailboat or speed boat and visit the beautiful beaches in the vicinity of Jelsa, or on the neighbouring island of Brac. On the island of Hvar you can find many interesting places to discover, such as wonderful beaches, hidden gems of nature and great restaurants. Close to Jelsa you will find the pretty sandy beaches of Mina and Grebisce. Grebisce is also great place to have a coffee or to have lunch on the beach. Near Vrboska you can take a visit to Soline where you have many secluded small beaches which are perfect to spend all day.
In the centre of Jelsa you will find tourist boats to take you on a day trip to the beautiful town of Bol on the island of Brac. You can also take a tour bus to the city of Starigrad or Hvar town. Hvar is famous for its food and wines. There are plenty of restaurants and wineries where you can taste typical local dishes and excellent local wines. These are our restaurant tips: Restaurant Luka in Vrboska, Me and Mrs Jones in Jelsa, Konoba Nono in Jelsa, Restaurant Tamaris in Sveta Nedjelja. If you are passing through Starigrad there are plenty of small cosy restaurants. The most famous wineries are Tomic in Jelsa and Plenkovic in Sveta Nedjelja.
LOCATION & CONNECTIONS
The two other major towns on the island are town of Hvar (25 km) and Stari Grad (9 km). From the Villa, there is a very nice walk along the sea to both Jelsa (1 km) and Vrboska (3km). The Island of Hvar and Jelsa are very well connected with Split and other mainland places via Ferry, Catamaran and Hydroplanes.
- The Catamaran or Ferry from Split to Jelsa and Starigrad are operating daily. For a detailed timetable visit Jadrolinija.
- The Hydroplane from Split airport to Jelsa and back operates 4 times a day. For a detailed timetable please visit European coastal airlines.
Probably the most important fact about island of Hvar is that with 2700 hours of sunshine it is the sunniest island in Europe. Villa Ana is on the edge of Jelsa a romantic town right in the heart of the island. In Jelsa, you’ll find different shops, a fish market, and lots of cafes and restaurants. There’s also a pharmacy and medical clinic/hospital. Vrboska, often called little Venice, is much smaller than Jelsa, but here you can also find shops and restaurants.
Please visit also theTourist Office for more information about cultural events taking place throughout the summer months.
Island of Hvar
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