Apartments Paradiso

Šifra: AP94011

Drvenik Mali
Number of beds: 6
Beach: sand-50m

Bedrooms: 2
Bathrooms: 1
Check in: 14:00
Check out: 10:00

Mali Drvenik is an island with beautiful beaches covered with olive and carob trees. It is located 10 sea miles southwest of Trogir, town under UNESCO protection. By car to get there from Seget, where runs a regular service JADROLINIJA three times a day. Whereas the access to the bay is very difficult, parking will be provided about 250 meters from the property. The apartment consists of two bedrooms, kitchen with living room and bathroom. The balcony has a beautiful sea view. The accommodation is ideal for lovers of quiet holiday around untouched nature.

Sea view
Terrace: 10 m2

TV SAT
Internet
Air condition
Washing machine
Parking place

Owen
Deep freezer
Coffee maker
Electric kettle
Microwave owen


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Apartments Paradiso 78 100

Bed linen and towels included!
Arrival every day possible! Tourist tax is included in the price.
Air condition included in the price.

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Total number of beds in the facility: 18

Other accommodation units in the facility: 94012 - 94013 -

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