A modern fairy tale? Villa Antonia is the perfect combination of picturesque nature and innovative architecture. Situated in the first line of the sea on a 1,346 square metre estate, this exclusive luxury accommodation on the southern coast of Istria offers ample space for relaxation and pleasure. In addition, there are a whole 846 square metres of living space, of which over 200 square metres are reserved for terrace areas. Immerse yourself in a world of pine trees, pebble beaches, crystal clear water, and unparalleled comfort.
Wide glass doors separate the terrace areas from the interior. On the ground floor of the property, a cosy living room, a fully equipped kitchen, a dining area, a playroom for the little ones, a coffee corner and even a studio await you in case you do need to answer an email or two. Via a staircase you reach the first floor of the building. There are four bedrooms with double bed, bathroom, private terrace, sea view and walk-in wardrobe. On the second floor, on the other hand, you’ll find the 83-square-metre penthouse with a king-size bed, bathroom, bathtub with sea view, relaxation room, wardrobe and access to a 130 square metre terrace. In total, these offer space for ten (or up to a maximum of twelve) people. Fancy some physical activity? Then the basement with gym, relaxation area and sauna is just that place.
The sun is a frequent guest at this mild, Mediterranean spot in Croatia and can be enjoyed wonderfully on one of the many lounge chairs. Afterwards, take a refreshing dip in the outdoor pool. Or reach the Adriatic Sea via your own private access and explore the bays by kayak or SUP board. In the evening, you can then organise a group barbecue around the outdoor dining table.
Villa Antonia offers everything you could wish for a successful getaway. However, the surroundings of this Croatian luxury property are also worth exploring. Grab one of the bicycles available on site and take a tour through nature. Discover the historic city of Pula, where there is an amphitheatre built by Augustus. Or take a short ferry ride to the Brijuni National Park, which even includes a safari park with elephants, zebras and llamas.