Villa Exclusive Split
Villa Exclusive Split is an historic building fully renovated in 2004, located near the city centre of Split, Croatia
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Even though is located near the city, it has privacy and this luxury villa rental is a place where you can relax….
Welcome to Villa Exclusive Split set in the most exclusive part of the city, right on the Adriatic Sea Coast, at the foot of Marjan hill, ten minutes walking distance to the world famous Diocletian’s Palace and the city center of Split city.
Even though is set close to the city center, Villa Exclusive Split boasts privacy to its guests and it is a peaceful relaxing retreat.
Perfect for your family and friends reunion, you are going to be close to the city center and enjoy nature.
Villa Exclusive Split was built hundred years ago and has witnessed many important historical events. The villa is under protection of the Institute for the Protection of Cultural Monuments of the Republic of Croatia for its historical value and has been renovated in 2004.
Villa Spalato Exclusive spreads on a property of 1000 m², and the villa itself covers an area of 500 m². Property of Villa Spalato Exclusive consists of the main building, which stretches over 3 floors. Villa has 5 bedrooms with 10 beds, 4 bathrooms, 1 toilet and it can accommodate up to 10 persons.
Outdoor swimming pool with a jacuzzi is surrounded by spacious terraces and a shaded garden with huge palm tree and lots of Mediterranean plants, providing an authentic Mediterranean outdoor living experience, which is ideal for relaxing and enjoying the spectacular view.
Split is a Mediterranean city, situated on the Marjan peninsula at the center of the eastern Adriatic coast. Because of its favorable geographical position, Split has a typical Mediterranean climate, with long, dry, warm summers and short, mild, rainy winters. Split is the cultural and political centre of Dalmatia and is the official seat of the Split–Dalmatia County. The official history of Split stretches back for 1700 years, when the Roman emperor Diocletian built his palace (emulating the form of the Roman military camp) as a place to which he would retire after stepping down from the imperial throne. However, preceding Diocletian’s palace, the site held the Greek colony Aspalathos, meaning the plant called Spanish or weaver’s broom (Spartia juncea). The plant is still numerous, especially on the southern slopes of the park-forest Marjan.
Split lies on the Adriatic coast, central Dalmatia, on the Split (Marjan) peninsula. Although surrounded by sea as a peninsula, Split also borders with surrounding mountains, Mosor on the northeast, Kozjak on the northwest, and Marjan hill as one of the most important symbols of the city, rising on the west side of the peninsula, in the immediate vicinity of the old city center. Split is also surrounded by the islands Brač, Hvar, Šolta and Čiovo. Thanks to the Mediterranean climate, winters are mild in Split, lasting from December to March, although the actual experience of winter can really be felt only in February. For this reason, all the comforts of Split can be savored for most of the winter, from sightseeing the Diocletian Palace to the tastings of all the delicacies in numerous restaurants, and at the Christmas fair on the Riva during the entire December Christmas holidays. It is not even so unusual to spend sunny winter mornings sitting on the café terraces.
Spring in Split lasts from March to June, and it is one of the best seasons to visit Split. The average temperature is the ideal 20°C, abundant in sunny periods ideal for walking on Marjan, excursions, and even swimming in the late spring. During this season Split begins its life in the open, it is the waking moment of its streets and city squares. Although high temperatures characterize the summer in Split, sometimes even over 35°C, spreading from June to the end of September, you can find refreshment in the beautiful Adriatic sea on many of Split’s beaches or on the nearby islands, while during the summer nights you can unwind through different events, such as the Days of Diocletian, Split summer festival and many others, where everyone can find something for themselves, and where you will experience a true Mediterranean hustle and bustle. Autumn in Split lasts from September to December, although not a favorite part of the year to some, in many ways it is the most beautiful time of the year to visit Split, especially at the end of September and in October. It is the time when the temperature of the sea is ideal, the summer heat is at its low, and the main season is still on.
Our villas in Split are tucked away and private, yet close to the town center, beaches, restaurants, bars, and golf. Enjoy your own private swimming pool, outdoor terrace, and spacious common areas where your family and friends can spread out in total comfort. As with all of our vacation home rentals, you can also add concierge services like grocery pre-stocking, car rentals, and private chef service to completely customize your Croatia vacation.