How to pay for the booking?

After we receive your inquiry or the reservation (by phone, e-mail or the form completed on the website, we will check the availability of selected accommodation and send you the response as soon as possible (preferably within 24 hours). You will then receive an offer with the exact calculation of price and possible extra charges, along with instructions for the payment. The offer will remain an option until 30% of advance payment should be paid. The rest of the amount you will pay directly to the owner or the agency on the day of arrival.

Please make the payment within the deadline. In case you are not able to make payment on time but still want to keep your reservation, please notify us asap. If you're late with the payment there may come to overbooking of the accommodation since the owner is not obligated to wait after the agreed time to hold the reservation. In this case, we will offer you another accommodation of the same or similar quality. If the reservation wasn't paid by the deadline, and you did not send us any information, your reservation will be considered as canceled.

After the payment it is necessary to send us the copy of the payment (or confirmation of the transaction) by e-mail on or by fax on 00385 (0) 21 .... .....). After we receive the bank payment or credit card authorization we will send on your e-mail address the Voucher for your reservation with all booking and contact details. Please print the Voucher and take your copy with you.

If you have any questions regarding the payments free to contact us on our phone number 00385 91 164 59 69 (or text message on this number).

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Kastela Travel tourist agency

Andrea Matas (OIB 50575499983) i Katarina Ninćević (OIB: 74919651935)

Radunićeva 36, Kaštel Novi

MB: 97418676
ID: HR-AB-21-17010302288
Office manager: Andrea Matas

Bank: Privredna banka Zagreb d.d.
Račkoga 6, 10000 Zagreb, Croatia

IBAN: HR81 2340 0091 1603 6010 7

GSM: 00385 (0)91 164 5969, 00385 (0)92 198 7198

About Kastela

Our town is specific because of the fact that it developed around 7 settlements (Kaštel Štafilić, Kaštel Novi, Kaštel Stari, Kaštel Lukšić, Kaštel Kambelovac, Kaštel Gomilica and Kaštel Sućurac) or around castles. Each village has its own particularity merged into character of this part of Mediterranean...

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Divulje Beach is located in the westernmost part of Kastela and is situated several hundred meters below the Split airport. The beach is pebbly outside and sandy in the sea. Beach is popular among families with small children and the elderly because of a very gentle sea entrance. There is shower, rent a deck chair and beach bar...

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Walking & hiking

Kaštela, owing to its geographic location, can be both a seaside holiday spot and a great mountaineering destination, with a breath-taking view of Kaštela Bay. Kozjak is a mountain located above the town of Kaštela, stretching from Klis in the east to the pass of Malačka in the west...

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Legend of the wine

Crljenak kaštelanski is an old, almost forgotten, Croatian species of grape which recently captured interest of the wine-making public. The reason for that was discovery that Crljenak kaštelanski and an American species Zinfandel have the same genetic profile. It was established that the two species are the same...

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Kaštela – flavours of Dalmatian cuisine

The Dalmatian cuisine is a combination of Mediterranean cooking and the traditional customs of Dalmatian lifestyle. The traditional Dalmatian diet consists of regular intake of cereal, fruit, vegetables, beans and nuts, with plenty of olive oil, fish, red wine and dairy products...

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Romeo & Julia from Kaštela

A legend from the second half of the 17th century tells of the tragic love of two young people from Kaštel Lukšić. A daughter, Dobrila, was born to the noble Vitturi family, and a son Miljenko to the Rušinić family. The two later fell in love, but their relationship was forbidden due to hostilities between their families...

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