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Zavala Apartments




Accommodation units :

Apartmant on ground floor - Zavala
Apartmant on ground floor


APARTMENT ON THE FIRST FLOOR - Zavala
APARTMENT ON THE FIRST FLOOR


Contact the owner at:
Katarina Karajanov Tomić
Dobrilina 5
21 Split
Croatia
Tel: +385 21 466882
GSM: +385 91 483 5102
Fax: +385 21 466228
www.Homepage
Contact language:
- Croatian
- English

Distances (m)
Down-town: 500
Beach: 40
Shop: 300
Bank: 7000
Post: 7000
Restaurant: 500
Disco Club: 7000
Casino: 0
Tennis: 7000
Marina: 0
Doctor: 7000
Drugstore: 7000
Petrol station: 7000
Bus: 7000
Railway: 0
Ferry port: 25000
Airport: 0
 

Zavala Apartments

   The house is build during 2006, and it consists of six separate apartments.
The project is the work of Mr. Branko Katunarić. It is being constructed according to the highest construction standards of safety as well as with thermal and acoustic insulation and all apartments are lavishly furnished.

The house is:

•Air-conditioned by central air-conditioning system and equipped for the winter by the additional floor heating.
•The floors are covered with ceramic tiles and parquet
•The kitchens are modern and have all the necessary dishes, crockery, utensils and cutlery; ceramic stove top, air-circulation oven, refrigerator with icebox, (201+69 L) and extractor hood.
•The rooms have modern furniture with bed-sizes160x200 and 90x200 cm
•Bathrooms consist of toilets, washing basins and showers
•Living room has a corner sofa
•Apartments have SAT-TV and DVD, telephone and DSL internet

A barbecue, playground for children and a sun terrace with deckchairs are in common use.

Zavala

   Zavala is a collective name for a small region on the tame and gentle southern side of the island. It is protected from cold northern winds and enjoys abundance of sunny days. The typically mild winters are here even milder and even more pleasant.
In the old days, people used to live in the today abandoned little village in small stone cottages built high up in the mountain. They lived of hard work, olives, wine and fishing in the rich waters along the coast of the island of Šćedro. The only way to reach the nearest town on the north side was the narrow stony path, which leads across the mountain; on foot or on the back of a donkey.


And then, just around 40 years ago, almost by coincidence, a tunnel was built and then widened (more exactly a hole through the mountain) which connects the villages of Pitve and Zavala, the north and the south of the island. That was also the beginning of this side. More and more people started discovering Zavala and kept returning to the village


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