Self Catering Accommation


For many regular visitors to Croatia the best way to enjoy the country is to be unrestricted by hotel routines, Also, apart from the freedom, you will find the price of your holiday considerably less than it would be to stay in a hotel, The resorts we feature are attractive and the people are welcoming. From your apartment you are free to come and go when you please. At the same time you will feel very much in the heart of local community life. You can shop around to find just the kind of food you want — at the price you want to pay, or you can go to a nearby restaurant and sample local dishes. Along the Croatian Adriatic coast people design their houses in a spacious and comfortable style with an eye 10 renting out spare accommodation to summer visitors. The spare accommodation is usually in an extension or annex

Some are simply furnished, some to high standard with air conditioning - very comfortably, some in between, but all are kept scrupulously clean. You will find your host welcoming and eager to help without interfering with your freedom to come and go and 10 entertain your friends as you please .The accommodation Croatia for Travellers provides conforms to the local tourist authorities standard and is inspected regularly by our local handling agents, Alfa Travel who act as our representative on sites. When you arrive at your destination airport you will be net by an Alfa representative who will arrange a transfer to your pre-booked self catering apartment. and provide on the spot assistance you may require. Most of the apartments are properties within walking distance (maximum 1 000M) from your resort, shops and beaches. The style of properly varies from recently built family villas to older stone built houses and in the majority of cases they will have their own entrance. A kitchenette will be equipped with a refrigerator and gas or electric rings, sink with hot and cold waler, cutlery and crockery. When you arrive you will find the accommodation clean, with fresh bed linen and towels (not beach towels) supplied. At the end of each week the rooms are cleaned and the linen and towels renewed.

Type A2 — sleeps 2 people. Comprises I bedroom with two beds, kitchen or kitchenette/diner, bathroom or shower, wc, balcony or terrace
Type A4 — sleeps 4 people. Comprises 2 bedrooms each with two beds, kitchen or kitchenette/diner, bathroom or shower, wc, balcony or terrace
Type A6 — sleeps 6 people. Comprises 3 bedrooms each with two beds, kitchen or kitchenette/diner, bathroom or shower, wc, balcony or terrace.

FLIGHTS are not included in prices ofour holidays

With increased competition in air travel, airlines more and more, rely on ‘fluid’ pricing to fill in their seats. So much so, that in many instances it is impossible to predict the cost of flights from one month to another. This situation affects equally scheduled and charter flights. For this reason we have decided not to include flights in our holidays, enabling our customers to take full advantage of any bargain air fares they may purchase and add to our ground arrangements. However, if you wishsuitable flights to be included inour quotation/itinerary , please let us know.

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Contact us by email or telephone giving the following information:
Period you will require accommodation ( for months of July , August minimum stay is 7 nights)
Your choice of resort/s

Type of self catering apartment: standard or superior category with or without airconditioning Preferred location of apartment within your selected resort. Any other relevant information.

On receipt of your message we shall look for a suitable apartment and inform you about :
Facilities offered by available apartment , location and price. In addition , we shall let you have
photographs of available apartment .


ROVINJ This fishing port was once the principal lawn of the Istrian peninsula, it is one of the most attractive towns in the region and its historic centre was modelled on Venice. It has a maze of narrow streets leading to a harbour full of fishing boats and yachts. It is a haven for artists and this may account for its fame as the Montmartre of Istria”. During August the main street is used to display works of numerous artists. Rovinj offers many amenities particularly in the south of the town where the magnificent coastline provides good clean water for bathing, sailing and diving.

The nearest airport Pula



Trogir set on a small island less than an hour from Split, is one of the most seductive towns on the Dalmatian coast. Its weathered Romanesque and Venetian –Gothic palaces, churches and monasteries fanning from its antique square has put Trogir on the Unesco list of world heritage sites. A stone bridge makes it accessible from the mainland, a mobile bridge connects it with the island of Ciovo Apart from many interesting architectural and historical sites, Trogir offers a warm climate, lush green surroundings, a number of good restaurants cafes and bars.

The nearest airport Split



One of the largest of Dalmatian islands whose local economy before the advent of tourism depended on the export of goats milk cheese, wines and especially the famous milk-white marble used in buildings such as the Sacre Coeur in Paris, Liverpool Cathedral, the White House in Washington, Berlin Reichstag and much earlier palace of the emperor Diocletian in Split. While coastal areas are very green with beautiful villages which now rely on tourism, the interior is overgrown with macchia and is still largely unspoilt. The most popular resort on Brac is BOL on The south side, facing the island of Hvar. Other well known resorts include Supetar, Postira, Milna. Sumartin. The main attraction of Bol is its beautiful selling round a small medieval harbour and promenade with bars cafes and restaurants. There are stone houses and a Venetian palazzo used as post office.

The nearest airport Split



A long, narrow intensely beautiful island whose air is filled with the fragrances of lavender, rosemary and laurel. Hvar is blessed by such a good climate that it is nicknamed ‘the Madeira of the Croatian Adriatic.The town of Hvar, is dominated by the Piazza with St Stephen’s Cathedral and has some exquisite public buildings with delicate stone carved facades. Among these is the arched Venetian arsenal. The upper storey of the arsenal used to house the oldest theatre in Croatia and one of the first in Europe. It was opened in 1612. whilst Shakespeare was still aliveThe auditorium is still intact. Further away but also worth visiting are the resorts of Starigrad, Jelsa and the very pretty village of Vrbovska. These are all easily reached by public transport.

The nearest airport Split



The quiet and secluded island of Lopud lies just off the coast of Dubrovnik and offers the sort of welcome that will make you want to return again and again. Warm and sunny, yet soothed by gentle Adriatic breezes, the island has two main bays, one facing the mainland, which contains the village with its idyllic port with a wide traffic –free promenade facing a beach with several little bars and cafés surrounded by a botanical garden with shrubs and a large sandy bay on the other. If you like quiet, relaxing holidays where children can and bathe safely, then Lopud will suit you perfectly.

The nearest airport Dubrovnik



For many years Korcula has been welcoming British visitors who appreciate this idyllic oasis of peace and beauty. The Greeks, who gave it the name of Korkyra Melaine for its dark and densely wooded appearance, first settled the island. Korcula Town is a well planned walled medieval town built in locally quarried stone renowned world wide for its whiteness. Among the many well known beautiful buildings clad in this white stone is the Agia Sophia in Istanbul. From 1420 to 1797 the island was a dependency of Venice, with self-governing status. After Venice, Austria, France and the British held the island from 1813-15. Korcula's inhabitants claim that the city was birthplace of Marco Polo. The story goes that he was captured off Korcula by the Genoese in whose prison he wrote his Travels



This charming and popular resort, surrounded by trees and greenery offers excellent amenities to holidaymakers. There is a beautiful palm-lined promenade with many cafes, bars and restaurants. A regular bus service operates to Dubrovnik and a boat service from the harbour

The nearest airport Dubrovnik

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