Villa Nika

Hvar, Croatia

Villa Nika

10 guests · 5 bedrooms · 5 beds · 5 baths

The Dalmatian coast is fast becoming the French Rivera of the eastern Mediterranean, and Hvar is unquestionably its Saint Tropez. The island has been popular with yacht-goers of the Mediterranean for many years, its relative inaccessibility has meant that it managed to hold on to its tranquil beauty. And it's easy to see why: the Adriatic air smells of lavender as the rocky hills surrounding Hvar town itself are blanketed in purple.

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house Guide


  • 10 guests - 5 bedrooms - 5 bathrooms - 500 sqm
  • Living room: sofa, 4 armchair, sound system, fireplace, access to streaming platforms (apple+, Netflix)
  • Dining Room: 10 seats
  • Outdoor dining area: 10 seats
  • Kitchen: Open kitchen, central island, dishwasher, hood, oven, kettle, toaster, nespresso machine, refrigerator, ice machine


  • Outdoor pool, heated pool, pool shower
  • Sauna
  • Gym
  • Fitness equipment
  • Central air-conditioning
  • WiFi
  • Barbecue
  • Terrace
  • Safe
  • Alarm system
  • Cleaning: Daily


  • Up to 10 guests


  • From EUR 4900 / night
Local Guide

When to go

Season runs from Easter to October.

Where to eat

  • Restaurant Palace de Paladins – Petar Hektorovic 4, Hvar. Dine on seafood and pasta in the creeper-clad 15th-century courtyard of Restaurant Palace de Paladinis, sharing wooden tables with well-heeled yacht owners.

  • Restaurant Gariful – Obala bb, Hvar. Heading east along the harbour front, on the corner past the low couches of Hvar's trendiest bar Carpe Diem, you'll find Restaurant Gariful - one of the most picturesque places to enjoy the day's fresh fish catch. As you look out at sea to the spectacular sunset, the restaurant's lobsters crawl in an aquarium cut into the harbour wall and fish is cooked on the open grill carved out next to it.

How to get there

Generally, if you travel by car or train, you need to reach Split or Drvenik in central Dalmatia, where you can take a ferry to Hvar or catamaran to Hvar (from Split). Ferries Split - Stari Grad (Hvar), and Drvenik Sućuraj take cars. If you go by plane, the closest local and international airports are Split, Dubrovnik and Brac airport, and then you need to take a local bus, rent a car, or take a taxi to Hvar. There are also international ferry lines to Hvar (from Italy), and ferry lines along the coast which stop in Hvar.

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Minimum stay: 7 nights

May 2022

June 2022

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