Villa Arina is close to Umag on a development of urban luxury villas. The villas are located in the centre of a small peaceful village and each has its own private parking, swimming pool and a garden. Each of them has a secluded garden, surrounded by natural green fencing. The interior is comfortable with a well equipped kitchen and there is a terrace on the first floor with lovely sea views.
The centre of Umag is a short drive away. Perhaps most famous for the ATP tennis tournament, which has been held here every year since 1990, there is also a wealth of cultural, entertainment and sports facilities. There are several good restaurants within a short drive; Nono, Melon and Busčina all offering the best of Croatian cuisine. The medieval town of Motovun is worth a visit, known for film and jazz festivals and has many other fun activities, as well as coastal areas with an abundance of cultural and historical events.
Vila Arina is next to Villa Anas.
Ground floor: Open-plan living/dining room/kitchen with sofa bed for two people. Double bedroom with en-suite bathroom with Jacuzzi bath.
Large air conditoning unit in first floor hall (cools all rooms if doors are open).
First floor: Double bedroom with shower room en-suite. 2 double bedrooms. Shower room. Washroom.
Extra folding bed may be available by request, maximum occupancy is 10 people.
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Prices are in £s sterling per week, per villa. If your holiday dates cross two seasons please ask us for a quote.
*Prices in Euros are approximate only and are only intended to provide an indication of the Euro price.
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TV with English channels - varies between the UK terrestrial channels and in some cases may be a full viewing package.
TV with limited English channels - free to view programmes which may be limited to news & sport.
TV with national channels - Portuguese speaking television.
We cannot guarantee which channels or networks will be available at individual villas.
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