This house has been beautifully restored and is about 450 years old, with parts dating back to Roman times. It is one of the few in the old town to offer a wide vine-covered terrace shielded from the street by a stone wall. Located in the UNESCO-protected area, its surroundings are all in the same purely Mediterranean style, a vibrant mix of Greek, Roman and Venetian cultures. Its small garden allows our guests to enjoy the morning sun and the cool terrace offers beautiful evenings with its open-fire barbecue.
Guests have access to three bedrooms on the 1st level and a bathroom, kitchen and living room, as well as outdoor spaces. Free parking is 50 meters away, as are shops, restaurants and the harbor. Beaches are a 10-minute walk away, and many others are just a few minutes car ride.
The old town of Stari Grad is a classified UNESCO monument. Originally the island's capital, before the city of Hvar, its history spans 24 centuries. Its churches are in Venetian style, as is the campanile of St Stjepan or the Franciscan monastery. The church of St John dates back to the 6th century, with its mosaics and pre-Romanesque vaults. The city is crawling with small shops, restaurants, and is large enough to allow the traveler to get lost in its maze.
Stari Grad is the arrival port for the ferry, so ideally located with respect to the coast. One can also arrive by seaplane from Jelsa, which is distant by seven kilometers.
We are available by email at all time for any questions, and our on site housekeeper can also be of guidance.