Cottage stone villa in greenery for rent, Starigrad, Hvar is located in Starigrad’s field which is UNESCO protected area. Because this is a protected area there is 2.5 km od macadam path and vineyards, but bicycles are provided. There is also a bicycle path for riding, and near there is a small family craft so you can buy handmade souvenirs. This 3-star villa is surrounded by Mediterranean plants and vegetation in a peaceful and isolated environment. Cottage stone villa is made of old stone and it keeps the cool temperature inside the house, but there is also air-conditioner and ceiling fans. In this offer, you can also find there a small bungalow which is used as a relaxing room. There are Mediterranean plants around the cottages that create shade during hot summer days. It has also a pool in the garden and an open shower. There is air conditioning and a dishwasher in this stone villa.
Pets are welcome – NO additional charges.
5 beds + 2 extra beds = 7 pax
There is also a kinder bed in the house.
Distance from the sea is 800 m
2 LED TV
5 bicycles (gratis)
Outside fireplace/ bbq
children playground/ toys
air-condition- in all houses
washing machine and dishwasher
Facilities and distances: grocers 3 km, supermarket 3 km, restaurant 3 km, sandy beach 1.5 km, bus stop 3 km.
Weekly rates include: use of all facilities and amenities, VAT, tourist tax, wi-fi, linen, towels, water, electricity, gas, soaps, shampoos and shower gels, washing machine and dishwasher, daily pool cleaning (7AM), final cleaning and welcome package (cake, wine, olive oil).
All additional services upon request prior to your arrival.
Towels, bed linen and tablecloths are all provided. Towels are changed on a daily basis while linen is changed every 3 days.
Weekly rates do not include: all additional services.
Quad- available on request with additional cost
In July and August minimum stay is 7 days
Rest of the year – 3 days
Change over day- any day of the week
Damage deposit 100€
PETS ARE ALLOWED!
Special offer! 15% discount for the period from 27th of July to 10th of August
SPECIAL DISCOUNTED PRICE FOR PERIOD:
1st of September to 14th of September 200€
Prices per week and per day in 2019/€
6.4. – 4.5. 840€ week/ 120€ day
4.5. – 8.6. 1.190€ week/ 170€ day
8.6. – 29.6. 1.470€ week/ 210€ day
29.6. – 13.7. 1.750€ week/ 250€ day
13.7. – 20.7. 2.100€ week/ 300€ day
20.7. – 31.8. 2.310€ week/ 330€ day
31.8. – 7.9. 1.750€ week/ 250€ day
7.9. – 14.9. 1.470€ week/ 210€ day
14.9. – 12.10 1.190 € week/ 170€ day
* for season 2019. guests can rent a boat and have an organized excursion for a discounted price!
About Stari Grad Plain know as Agar or Hora (field):
You can watch a short 4 min video by clicking here —> STARI GRAD PLAIN UNESCO 2008.
When the Greeks arrived from Pharos 384 BC they established a settlement what is now called Stari Grad. The Plain is also known as Ager or Hora and has been awarded UNESCO World Heritage Status in 2008.
Stari Grad Plain has been described as the largest most productive field on the Adriatic Coast, where little has changed since the Ancient Greeks introduced an agricultural colony more than 24 centuries ago. Parcelization of the Starigrad’s Field is one of the great work of Greeks culture in the Mediterranean. The land has been divided into geometric parcels, divided by stone walls and had rainwater collection system including gutters and water storage. The basic Greek parcelization has remained untouched for 2400 years due to the burning historical events over the centuries and later divisions of the land within the field. Unique value of the Stari Grad Plain was recognized by these criteria:
The land parcel system, dating from the 4th century BC, of Stari Grad Plain witness to the dissemination of the Greek geometrical model for the dividing up of agricultural land in the Mediterranean world.
The agricultural plain of Stari Grad has remained in continuous use, with the same initial crops being produced, for 2400 years. This bears witness to its permanency and sustainability down the centuries.
The agricultural plain of Stari Grad and its environment are an example of very ancient traditional human settlement, which is today under threat from modern economic development, particularly from rural depopulation and the abandonment of traditional farming practices.
Greeks also built stone shelters known as trims which are interspersed in the field and all the succeeded generations have respected and maintained the original layout and crops as an example of Ancient Greeks life.
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