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The studio apartment is located at the second floor of 100 years old Villa Levanta, it’s 50 sqm size and is made of kitchen, bathroom, living room/bedroom and terrace. The interior has been treated in detail and the whole space is characterized by natural materials such as wood and stone, preserving the spirit of the ancient times. The main view from the apartment is on the river Jadro and the small waterfall. The Villa is located in the only “Calletta” (old small street) preserved in the center of Solin.
The studio apartment features air condition, pellet stove, satellite TV, telephone, wi-fi internet access, washing machine, and all the finishes that will allow you to enjoy a pleasant stay in this part of Dalmatia.
The area is served: nearby you will find the market for fruit and vegetables, post office, several banks, two restaurants, bars, shops and the bus stop to Split and cities’ surroundings.
About Villa Levanta
Villa Levanta is a 100 years old stone house located in the heart of the town of Solin, just 3 min walk from archeological site of Salona, an ex capital of Roman province of Dalmatia. If you want to avoid the crowded city and be close to all the points of interest in the area, Villa Levanta is your ideal solution: we are only 15 minutes away from the historic center of Split and Trogir, 5 min from the Vranjic peninsula, known as “Little Venice” and 15 minutes from the fortress of Klis.
For the people with refined tastes Villa Levanta is the ideal choice for your holiday!
On the ground floor of the Villa is the Taverna, a place for meetings, private parties, wine tastings and various events.Cozy and genuine space is flexible and adaptive to the different needs. The local must be booked and it’s possible to organize a catering service: for more details contact us directly.
Solin is situated right northeast of Split, on the Adriatic Sea and the river Jadro.
Solin developed on the location of ancient city of Salona which was the capital of the Roman province of Dalmatia and the birthplace of Emperor Diocletian. After the arrival of Avars and Croats in the 7th-century the town was destroyed, and its refugees moved to settlement in and around Diocletian’s palace, “Spalatum” (Split), turning it into a fortified town. In the Early Middle Ages Solin was part of the Croatian territory and played an important role in Medieval Croatian state, being one of the political centres.
Zvonimirova 59 – 21210 Solin