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Seafront hotel for sale, Mokosica, Dubrovnik

€1,500,000
Sale | Locations: Dubrovnik, Mokošica | 1000 lot size | 20 beds
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Seafront hotel for sale, Mokosica, Dubrovnik

Seafront hotel for sale, Mokosica, Dubrovnik , with extra facilities, 12 parking spaces, built of high quality materials. The hotel is apartment type cc 700 m2 with terraces of 300m2 set paved with stone, and a total of 1000 m2 of land. The hotel is located 5 km from Dubrovnik, close to the marina. The hotel has 9 separate multi-rate tariffs as electricity and water meters. The apartments are fully furnished, air-conditioned, 40 beds. Hotel can be multipurpose, a retirement home, clinic and others if appropriate, as well as possible and construction of new facilities. Energy certificate for category B.

The walled city of Dubrovnik was described by George Bernard Shaw as “paradise on earth”. The old city is a protected UNESCO World Heritage Site and is surrounded by spectacular fortified walls up to 25m high and 6m thick. Founded in the 7th century on a rocky island called Laus, it later became known as Ragusa. The Venetians gained control of the city at the beginning of the 13th century but, by the end of the 14th century, Dubrovnik had essentially become an independent city state and had established a lucrative trading position with the Ottoman Empire.

In 1815 it was handed over to the Austrians by order of the Congress of Vienna and incorporated into the province of Dalmatia. Dubrovnik has a lot of tourist attractions, such as walls of Dubrovnik that represent the city’s main trademark. The walls run from four to six meters thick on the landward side but are much thinner on the seaward side.The system of turrets and towers were intended to protect the city.

If you want to know more about Dubrovnik, click here: Dubrovnik