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Villa Saraka

Accommodation units :

Suite Primavera - Dubrovnik
Suite Primavera

Contact the owner at:
Marijana Lujo
Nikole Božidarevića 10
20000 Dubrovnik
GSM: +385 98 344 997
Fax: +385 20 358 327
Contact language:
- Croatian
- English
- German
- Italian

Distances (m)
Down-town: 0
Beach: 100
Shop: 10
Bank: 40
Post: 40
Restaurant: 20
Disco Club: 100
Casino: 100
Tennis: 0
Marina: 0
Doctor: 0
Drugstore: 30
Petrol station: 0
Bus: 50
Railway: 0
Ferry port: 0
Airport: 0

Villa Saraka

   Apartments Saraca consist of 3 suites, Suite Primavera, Suite Estate and Autuno.

Suite Primavera is an large luxurious apartment equipped with antique furniture with comfortable bedroom, kitchen and living room and bathroom with hydro massage bath. Up to 4 people can be accommodated. Air Condition and SAT TV are available as well.
Suite Estate is a studio apartment with double bed, kitchen with dining section and a bathroom. It has TV and air-condition.
Suite Autuno is an apartment with 2 sleeping rooms with double bed, 1 living room with the kitchen and a bathroom. It has TV and air-condition. 4 people can be accommodated.
Dear guests, if you are looking for an unforgettable holiday, please visit this unique town and have a great experience. You’ll surely want to come again...

**Please note that payment on arrival is in Cash. We do not accept Credit Cards!**


   Today Dubrovnik is the proudest feather in Croatia's tourist cap, an elite destination and one of the most beautiful towns in the Mediterranean, definitely a place to visit. Dubrovnik used to be an independent republic, surviving mostly on trade. It managed to survive many centuries, with constant threats to its territory, particularly from the mighty Ottoman Empire and Venice. As early as 19th century, it was discovered by celebrities, to get its well-deserved title of elite destination in the 20th century. The fact that nine out of Croatia's fifteen most luxurious hotels are situated in Dubrovnik shows how important it is to be seen in Dubrovnik. It was thus visited by numerous kings, queens, princes and princesses, presidents, high diplomats, celebrities and businessmen, including, of course, the late Pope John Paul II, who was also an honorary citizen of the city of Dubrovnik.

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