The small town of Lozica near Dubrovnik might just be the perfect holiday location for your next vacation. There are many luxury villas of Dubrovnik situated in this quaint town and one of them is the stunning waterfront Villa Diamante. The villa invites you to get into the sunshine state of mind with gorgeous sea views and only a few steps away from the Adriatic Sea. The layout of this villa is wide and spacious, perfect for friends, couple retreats, or families.
Thanks to an exquisite interior design and impeccable attention to details in terms of lighting and decor, Villa Diamante is undoubtedly one of the most exclusive properties in Lozica. The villa boasts private grounds of 500 square meters, the terrain descending naturally toward the sea and a delightful inlet within the cliffs below.
Villa Diamante features 5 bedrooms and 5 bathrooms luxury and is meant for hosting high-class visitors and A-listers. This beautiful property consists of two separate volumes presenting three floors connected by an indoor staircase. The property is full of details, lavish finishes and plush textures that are the hallmarks of a luxurious living space. No expense was spared in decor elements that make this property nothing short of grandiose.
Starting with the top level, there are 3 bedrooms with ensuite bathrooms. Direct access to all the levels is possible via internal staircase. Outside, there is a parking garage. The middle level features a study room with a view, a gym, and one bedroom with corresponding bathroom and terrace. On the ground level there is another bedroom with an ensuite bathroom, a fully equipped kitchen and dining room, a pool, among other things.
The property has private mooring and stair access to the sea. Steps down from the terrace there is a private sunbathing area. Enjoy gorgeous views and perfect Mediterranean weather, having a blast on your yacht or hosting a friendly summer gathering on the deck. A picture-perfect vacation spiced up with a bit of adventure and a good dose of design, Villa Diamante sounds divine, doesn’t it?