Hvar Island has bags of feel.good atmosphere and is one of those rare destinations with lots of historical and cultural sites. The quaint town of Hvar itself is a maze of cobbled streets and shuttered villas radiating from a Renaissance harbour and central piazza. Architecture seems more Italian than Slavic given that the Venetian Republic ruled here for almost four centuries.
In the comfort of their own piece of lush paradise, the guests of Villa Bellevue will be blown away by unparalleled sea views over the Adriatic. This luxury villa in Hvar is one of the most stunning spots on the island. Featuring a modern design, this hilltop villa provides maximum privacy, located some 3 kilometers away from the town center. The beaches are 10-15 minutes away by car. Villa Bellevue is the perfect secluded retreat where up to 10 people can unwind in complete privacy while lounging on the spacious porch, enjoying a swim in the pool or making barbecue. Inside this Hvar Island luxury villa, you will find a spacious living room with a large sofa, wide screen LCD, a bar and fully equipped kitchen, all located on the ground floor. Five spacious double bedrooms with ensuite bathrooms are located on the upper floor.
The outdoors have a large porch with the most amazing views. The barbecue and outside dining area are quite big as well, perfect for outside gatherings. There is a private heated swimming pool and a beautifully landscaped garden area that may serve as a great venue for small events. In addition to this, Villa Bellevue is completely energy self-sufficient with its own solar collector and windmill.
There is an additional small house on the estate with extra 2 rooms that can accommodate another 4-6 guests upon request at a surcharge of 50 EUR per person per day.
Take full advantage of your stay on the island of Hvar by visiting the surrounding localities and islands on day excursions. The Pakleni Islands are largely uninhabited and often described as the most beautiful in the world. More than two millennia ago, the Illyrians believed the waters around Pakleni had restorative powers for the soul.