My place is close to great views and restaurants and dining. You’ll love my place because of the comfy bed, the kitchen, the coziness, and the views. My place is good for couples, solo adventurers, business travelers, families (with kids), big groups, and furry friends (pets).
Beautiful big Apartment "Ivana", in Stobreč, offers acomodation for 6-8 people.
Apartment " Ivana " is situated in Stobreč, 7 km from Split. Makarska is 47 km away. Free private parking is available on site.
Our 100m2 apartment has 2 bedroom with double beds , one bedroom with 2 single beds, kitchen, living room (with sofa bed for 2 people), bathroom and large terrace.
There is a seating and/or dining area in the balcony.
There is also a kitchen, fitted with an oven.
Every unit features a private bathroom with a bath or shower.
The apartment is equipped with air conditioning, wifi, TV .
We offer you free parking.
The price includes all costs such as tourist tax.
Towels are provided.
Bike hire and car hire are available at the property and the area is popular for snorkeling. Hvar is 37 km from Apartments "Ante", while Trogir is 22 km from the property. The nearest airport is Split Airport, 18 km from the property.
Servicios y zonas comunes
The apartment has own entrance.
Atención a los huéspedes
We as your hosts will be happy if we can be on services and assistance during your holiday .
Communication with guests on English,
You can send an e-mail, or text massage.
Otros aspectos destacables
Diocletian's Palace - Split
It is located in the old town of Split , and it was built by Emperor Diocletian in the 3rd century . In the Palace is the Cathedral of St. Duje , , the Peristyle , which is extensively updated in recent years . Today is the summer place in that part of many tourist events , programs and events, as Diocletian dinner and evening of traditional music . The value of the Palace, as world cultural heritage recognized by UNESCO itself , which protect it 1979 .
Split is the economic and administrative center of Middle Dalmatia, with about 200,000 inhabitants.
It is also the jumping-off point for exploration of the coast and islands of the beautiful Croatian Adriatic. The site was first settled when, at the end of the third century AD, the Roman Emperor Diocletian built his palace here.
The importance of Diocletian's Palace far transcends local significance because of its level of preservation and the buildings of succeeding historical periods built within its walls, which today form the very heart of old Split.
Split's growth became particularly rapid in the 7th century, when the inhabitants of the destroyed Greek and Roman metropolis Salonae (present-day Solin) took refuge within its walls. The lovely ruins of Solin outside the city can still be explored today. In the Middle Ages, Split was an autonomous commune.
1995 marks an important anniversary year in Dalmatian cultural history. Exactly 1700 years ago, the Roman Emperor Diocletian began building his spectacular palace, where he spent the final years of his life. Diocletian's Palace was strategically constructed on the Adriatic coastline, only four miles from Salona which was the capital of the Roman province of Dalmatia. White limestone was transported to the coast from the rich quarries on the island of Brac. This limestone is recognized as the finest quality in the world and it was used to build the many outstanding structures located in the Palace. One of these structures is the monumental Peristyle, which is among the most magnificent and unique historical courtyards in the world.
Today, the Peristyle captures perfectly the essence of the Diocletian's Palace. It is hang-out spot for the city's youth. Its character is a mixture of living history as well as modern culture. The Palace has molded the personality of down town Split, where most of the city's significant historical building are found as well as its most successful businesses or shops and cafes are located. Diocletian's Palace is one of the most unique architectural and cultural construct in Europe. Thus, its historical and cultural significance far transcends its local importance due to its extraordinary level of preservation.
City squares - Prokurativ(URL HIDDEN)Pjac(URL HIDDEN)Voćni trg (Fruit square)
Beaches around Split
This beach is on the north-eastern part of Marjan. Partly sandy and on the sides rocky beach is hidden in a pine forest. Filled with numerous additional facilities; a restaurant, tennis courts, playground for children, showers, changing cabins, makes it ideal for families. Only bus number 12 drives directly to this beach, the alternative is by foot.
Next to the beach is a part adapted for the disabled, including a lift aiding the disabled on their way into the sea. This beach is ideal for playing card games, namely traditional "trešeta" and "briškula" usually played by the locals.
Beach Kašjuni is westernmost of the Marjan hill, and the first beach from the beach Kaštelet western-ward. Popular for families with children. The beach has a deep bay, small pebbles, a Café, and changing cabins.
"We are going to Bačvice…", is tune often heard around the town, words of a joyous hymn to the municipal beach, officially designated as such in 1919. Bačvice is a phenomenon of nature, a sandy beach at the heart of the city, in the vicinity of the city harbor, and it can accommodate over ten thousand people.
During the low tides in springtime Bačvice turn into a split version of Copacabana where many famous soccer players first displayed their talent, where the rugby in Split was born, where even in wintertime a unique game of "picigin" is played (a sort of volleyball, played in the sea shallows with a small ball).
Bačvice today represents a best known promenade for all generations, and during nighttime is the favorite center of nightlife.
Nobody has the lungomare, a promenade by the sea, like Split! All the way from the arjan peak or the Oceanographic institute you can take a stroll along the sea all to the eastern marine city limits like: Bačvice, Ovčice, Firule, Zenta, Trstenik, Duilovo...
Because of its fine sand and natural shelter Firule have always proven to be especially interesting for mothers with young children. A recreational pilgrimage to Firule grew more popular as the tennis center was organized here. Nikola Pilić, Željko Franulović, Goran Ivaniševic learned their first serves here as well as Mario Ančić and Jelena Kostanić.
Beach Trstenik is on the east side of the city of Split, right next to Zenta and Žnjan beach. Pebble beach with an easy entrance into the sea is ideal for families with children.
Recently renewed part of the Hotel Radisson Blue beach offers its visitors also the possibility of a VIP treatment. Due to the sustainable management the beach has been awarded the Blue Flag.
Beach Žnjan has settled in between beach Trstenik on the west and Duilovo on the east. It became very popular among the citizens of Split with the arrival of John Paul II to Split in 1998.
Besides being an ideal promenade and a leisure destination for the citizens of Split, it thrives with numerous restaurants, bars, cafés, playgrounds, trampolines for children and other facilities.
You will notice I have many different listings under my profile, I am not a host for all of them. I have personally checked these places. I am simply listing other people's (most of them are my personal friends) apartments and act as an intermediary and a contact person.
My and my family will do everything to make your vacation best ever. Our quests are very satisfied with our apartments and quality service. We offer you a vacation for reasonable price which is very popular for families with childern. In my free time, I am passionate about fishing, traveling and enjoying in a good food and wine with my friends. I lite to travel, meeting new people, exploring new places. We are at your disposition for all the help you need.