Renovated, three storied old Mediterranean house (140 sq yds) in the centre of of Vela Luka- a town on the South Dalmatian island of Korèula (Dubrovnik-Neretva County). Ground floor: spacious kitchen/dining room with all necessary equipment (electric/gas cooker, microwave oven, fridge, freezer, etc.. see pictures), library/tv room and a pantry. Digital piano available for free for piano players. First floor: two bedrooms (one with double bed, the other with a standard bunk bed (for children- additional bed available), bathroom, pantry/ironing room and a terrace. Second floor: one bedroom (3 beds:a double bed and a single one) with a balcony, bathroom (washing machine), spacious terrace equipped with garden chairs, a table and an electric grill. Pets allowed. Smoking allowed on the ground floor and open spaces.
The house is convenient for the vacation of two families with children (max. 6- 8 persons), It is situated in a quiet part of the centre within a short walking distance to shops, market, restaurants, hotels, bars, church, museums, the post office, banks, ATM, clinic. Free and safe parking available 150 Mt from the house. Many free WI- fi hotspots in the town. There is also a hospital for medical rehabilitation with various specialists. Most serious emergency cases are evacuated by chopper to the Regional Hospital at Split.
Vela Luka with its 4500 inhabitants is one of the largest towns on Croatian islands. It is not as famous as Hvar, Rab, Lošinj or even the town of Korèula itself, on the opposite side of the island of Korèula, since the tourism has never been the main town's activity (fishing, agriculture and traditional shipbuilding). This is the reason why it comes closest to the slogan „Mediteran as it once was“. In spite of this (or, better to say, because of this) there are numerous beautiful unspoiled beaches with amazingly clear water on the inner and outer sides of a deep bay where Vela Luka is situated. All the beaches are easily accessible by roads except, of course, those on the nearby islands of Ošjak and Proizd which are connected by cheap taxi boats and are highly recommended by the owners (see photos). The beach on the island of Proizd was proclaimed, some years ago, as the best beach on the Croatian part of the Adriatic Sea. The hilly interior of the island is also very interesting with many old towns and villages surrounded by numerous vineyards, olive trees and pine forests. Although there are many possibilities for various adrenaline-sport activities and late night parties, this type of holidays is somewhat more convenient for those who prefer traditional, relaxing and peaceful holidays spent with their families and friends, good books food and wine.