Peaceful 3 bed seaside villa with separate stone annex for 2 in Sevid, near Primosten, sleeps 8-12
Holiday highlights: ~ Idyllic peaceful location, off the beaten track ~ Stunning sunset views from the beach in front of the villa ~ Swim to renowned local restaurant across the bay ~
A secluded Dalmatian stone hideaway by the sea in the picturesque bay of Sevid, known for its wonderful crystal clear waters. With a mountain backdrop and tree-lined surrounds, this beautiful sea-facing villa is a truly relaxing getaway, ideal for a family or group of friends. A path leads directly from the villa to the seafront, with its calm waters and quiet beaches, and mooring space to bring your own boat.
Your holiday villa
Stairs lead up to the villa itself. At the front of the villa are 2 sea-facing terraces, one with BBQ, dining table and chairs, and a second to the side of the villa with comfortable outdoor seating.
A pathway up the house leads to a spacious open plan living/kitchen/dining area. From here, steps to the mid-landing take you to two bathrooms. The first floor comprises 2 double bedrooms (both with additional single bed) and 1 twin bedroom, all with sea or mountain views. At the entrance to the villa is a separate stone-built cottage-style annexe with a double bed, kitchenette, WC, external shower and garden in front. The villa offers football table, inflatable boat, fishing equipment and a selection of toys for children.
Your villa holiday also includes:
A welcome lunch or dinner of traditional Dalmatian BBQ fish, including wine, on arrival
Use of owner's boat (5m with cabin, fuel not included) at guest responsibility
Meet and greet at the airport and recommendations for supermarket stops
Suggestions for sightseeing, excursions, recommended places to visit along with a number of guide books to help you get the most out of your villa stay
Explore the area
The villa provides an ideal base from which to explore the surrounding region, with popular sites including the waterfalls of Krka National Park. The medieval city of Sibenik with its magnificent Renaissance Cathedral is well worth a visit, as is the UNESCO protected old town Trogir. Split itself is also within easy reach for a day trip.
- Distance to beach50 m
- Nearest airportSplit. Zadar also a possibility.
- Distance to airport30 minutes by car to Split airport.
- Nearest townTrogir/Primosten
- Distance to town16km
- Distance to bus stop1km
- Frequency of busesEvery 2 hours
- Details on nearest shopsMarket
- Distance to nearest shops1 km
- Distance to nearest restaurant150m
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- Sleeps in bedrooms: 8
- Sleeps total (includes sleeping capacity on sofa/extra beds): 12
- Minimum stay: 7 nights in July and August. 3 nights other months
- Arrival days: Saturday in July and August. Any day all other months
- Built: 1982
- Last renovated: 2013
- Area: Villa: 130m2, Patio areas are 50m2 and 60m2. Outside land: 2,000m2
- Fans: 2
- Frequency of linen/towel change: Once a week
- Car park: Space for 3 cars
- House pets allowed (on request)
- Boat mooring (on request)
- Sea view
- Air-conditioning (some of the rooms): Air conditioning units are located in the lounge, first floor hallway and annex
- Fans provided
- Cot/crib (available on request)
- Fire place
- Additional Appliances : Bread maker
- Washing machine
- Satellite TV
- Video VHS
- Internet access
- Furniture in terrace/balcony/garden: Large stone table can seat up to 10 persons. Wicker chairs and table for terrace.
- Dining room
- Terrace with sea view
- Lounge/living room
- Information on bedrooms: Annex has a small double bed. There is a sofa bed in lounge for 2 plus a single bed in each double bedroom in the villa
- Number of double bedrooms: 3
- Total number of bedrooms: 4
- Number of twin bedrooms: 1
- All bathrooms have toilets
- Number of bathrooms with shower: 1
- Number of bathrooms with bathtub: 1
- Total number of bathrooms: 2
Staff on site /available
Information on Location
- Distance to beach: 50 m
- Nearest airport: Split. Zadar also a possibility.
- Distance to airport: 30 minutes by car to Split airport.
- Nearest town: Trogir/Primosten
- Distance to town: 16km
- Distance to bus stop: 1km
- Details on nearest shops: Market
- Distance to nearest shops: 1 km
- Restaurant within walking distance
- Distance to nearest restaurant: 150m
- On the seaside
- Bus available
- Car recommended
- Frequency of buses: Every 2 hours
- Provision of linen/towels
- The following must be produced on arrival: €300
Pricing & availability:Price bandsProperty per night
01 May - 01 June£ 126.00 01 June - 01 July£ 171.00 01 July - 01 Sept.£ 265.00 01 Sept. - 01 Oct.£ 171.00 01 Oct. - 01 Nov.£ 126.00Prices are in UK Pounds (£)
*Rental prices do not include Residence Tax: £ 0.92 (per person per night)
Pricing and booking information
Pricing is calculated per property per night in GBP Sterling. Many destinations also require tourist tax to be paid. Tourist tax starts from £0.92 per adult per night, and £0.46 per night per child aged 12-17 at time of travel. If tourist tax is applicable to the destination you are travelling to, this will be shown in the booking process. For tourist tax payable at time of booking, the cost will be added to your subtotal. For tourist tax payable locally, the cost will be shown at time of booking and on documentation.
All bookings subject to a £25 booking fee.
A 30% deposit is required at time of booking. Full balance is due 10 weeks prior to arrival.
If booking within 10 weeks of arrival, the full cost of the villa must be paid at the time of booking.
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The villa was located in a beautifully secluded bay and all the necessary equipment was provided. The owner was amazing kind and relaxed and even did 2 car journeys from Trogir to take me and my friends to the villa as we had no car. A meal had also been prepared for our arrival.
Impressed with: The water is so clear and the people are very kind and accommodating.
Recommend: Lanterna restaurant on the bay. It was delicious!! Also great for sunset cocktails.
Favourite Villa Moment: Having meals and relaxing on the large terraces with beautiful views. Doing little day trips on the fishing boat.
Stayed June 2016
Owner is great.
Impressed with: Ocean/Climate
Not impressed with: Presentation of towns
Recommend: Lanterna restaurant
Favourite villa moment: Swimming
Stayed September 2015
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We just loved the setting, its terraces, furniture and views, the dedicated deck by the sea with loungers and parasol. Whilst we know mosquitos / bugs are a given on holiday in Med - there were quite a lot of coils, some of the window nets were broken. Advice on shutting doors would be good. Could not get oven to work, but grill ok. Gas jets seemed to be the wrong sort as they 'sooted' the saucepans.
Owner was extremely friendly - and fish and mussels on arrival nice. offered to pick up other members of party (we preferred to do ourselves
A booklet in the house giving local information - could not find one - eg where to buy fish, where good restaurants were (apart from nearby one), even a visitors book for us and others to record their own finds in as well.
First booking was very friendly, gave us reassurance that this would work, that you knew your properties.
Impressed with: Beautiful, clean, greener than Greece
Not impressed with: Nothing
Recommend: Corto Maltese near fishmarket in Split - new, slightly quirky, but yummy and friendly and v helpful on gluten free food KRKA National park
Favourite villa moment: Looking out over the sea, just magic! Has not expected from the pictures that it would be that good (add a pic to website?)
Villa Comments: We have repaired the cooker and we also repaired door locks.
Stayed September 2015
Excellent-Good. We enjoyed the terraces a lot. Owner was always friendly and absolutely helpful.
Impressed with: Visiting Split and Trogir
Not impressed with: We had the worst traffic jam before leaving Croatia when going back by car towards Austria.
Recommend: We had a good dinner in the Lanterna restaurant.
Favourite villa moment: Enjoying a sun downer on the terrace with the porch swing.
Stayed August 2013
The property has an office water cooler for mineral water - this is a brilliant idea and I would recommend it for every property. The outdoor area was fantastic with a brilliant barbecue.
Owner was very helpful and charming. We were pleased he met us at the airport as the property would have been hard to find and his wife had a lovely fish lunch ready for us when we got there. He was also helpful if we had problems during our stay, and was happy to let us borrow flippers for swimming, toys for our toddler etc. And his homemade schnapps was excellent
There did not seem to be a book/folder containing details of local shops, doctors etc, where to take the rubbish, or what to do if the water went off (which it did). All of these things we found for ourselves or were told by the owner, but in villas we have stayed at in other countries there has often been a helpful folder of information. A little more space for hanging clothes might also have been useful.
Impressed with: We have been several times before. The food is great - simple, but great quality, always freshly prepared and often good value. The people are very friendly and charming. They generally speak good English though there were times when we found a few words of Croatian or German were useful. It has some amazing historic buildings - Diocletian's Palace, Trogir Cathedral etc. The Split art gallery was also a pleasant surprise.
Not impressed with: The local roads can be rather rough - the one down to the villa in particular - although the main roads are well maintained. The very relaxed approach to life is generally wonderful, but can be annoying when you are trying to pay a bill in a restaurant.
Recommend:The nearby Konoba Lanterna is very handy - not the cheapest place, but a great location less than 5 mins walk from the villa. You can even swim round to it from the beach in front of the house. The lamb "peka" (lamb baked under a dome in a wood fire) is worth ordering, but needs 24 hours notice. Rather than drive into Split (parking is a nightmare) we got the ferry from Trogir which brings you in right on the Riva. Ferry is run by Bura lines - check times as not very frequent. Trogir market is great, though market and shops in Marina are handy and useful for most things.
Favourite villa moment: Eating fish on the terrace which we had cooked in the barbecue with rosemary from the garden of the villa. The fish were from the fish farm about 20 mins drive away and were still flapping (literally) when we bought them. With the local white wine and excellent local bread this was a meal to remember. Other favourite moment is swimming in the bay in front of the villa. The water was so calm and the bay quiet. The sea is amazingly clear and often pleasantly warm. The villa's bathing area and ladder make it easy to get in and out. You just need to watch out for sea urchins near the ladder, but these can be easily moved with a broom handle to dislodge them and a kid's fishing net to transfer them away from the ladder. We swam every day - fantastic!
Stayed June 2013
Property is fantastic - the photos and description do not do it justice. It really is only 20 steps to the beach. It would have been helpful to know that there we no shops in the village - not even a café. Owner was great - cooked us a lovely meal on arrival, told us all about the property, and was very helpful in general. A big thanks for his lovely home.
Impressed with: Lovely people who welcome visitors, great weather, roads fairly empty (out of the towns)
Not impressed with: Traffic in town centres is horrendous - don't drive in!
Recommend: There is nothing really in the village - however we went to the KRKA national park for the day which was great (you can get a bus from the village).
Favourite villa moment: Drinks on the terrace in the evening
Stayed August 2012
The owner was very kind, he cooked us several time for free! He was fantastic. There was a restaurant in the corner: beautiful view, perfect food.
Stayed June 2012
Certainly requires a car to reach this property. The owner was most helpful and we felt we could call on him at any point should anything arise. The owner and his father together left a good impression on all of our group (a big asset in the renting of this villa) and cooked a fish supper on the date of our arrival.
Impressed with: The landscape and its ability to take one's breath away.
Not impressed with: Some of the crazy driving on the smaller roads (overtaking when not allowed).
Recommend: 'Vikend' restaurant- for Suckling pig (roasted over an open fire)
Favourite villa moment: The ability to sit on the terrace each evening in the warm temperatures
Stayed June 2012
It is very quiet location for people who wants to leave daily noise for some time. The owners are very friendly people. The area is rather with private holiday houses with not so many people around. Neighbors looking for you as for strangers as there are a lot of private properties. Beside this all was OK
Stayed July 2011
Stayed September 2010
The location is wonderful although getting there with your own car might be slightly tricky (a very steep and narrow road/track). The owner however is extremely helpful and willing to help as much as he can, even offering a lift from the Split airport to the villa and preparing a welcoming lunch with fish and mussels.
Impressed with: Coast and the transparent sea, food and welcoming people.
Recommend: Konoba Lanterna (very good food and a beautiful location by the sea), only 100m. from the villa Towns of Trogir and Sibenik well worth a visit, but visiting Split was our main attraction, a beautiful ancient town within the remains of the Roman Diocletian Palace. Full of bars and excellent restaurants.
Favourite villa moment: Snorkeling in the sea and spotting an octopus.
Stayed July 2014
Outdoor shower would be plus, kids leave a pool in the bathroom. Also partly roofed terrace for smokers in rainy days would be a bonus as we had some.
The owner and his wife were great. Very relaxed approach made our holiday stress free. Really nice people and very helpful. We hired a car, but not through your website. But you gave us an advice to hire one.
Impressed with: We have been here for 8th time, so it speaks for itself. We always had a good time with family and friends.
Not impressed with: Split airport departure hall!!!! Almost all flights were delayed but information desk was empty. Space too small, nowhere to have a seat or meal. Overcrowded.
Recommend: We did not go to many places, but would recommend visiting Trogir. Also have a pint in Lanterna bar, great.
Favourite villa moment: Coming to the terrace at the morning and see the beautiful panorama of the bay, then going down for early swim, excellent.
Stayed July/August 2014
The owner is fabulous, very kind, very helpful.
Recommend:In rainy days do not miss Split and Trogir, both cities old parts are gorgeous.
Favourite villa moment: The proximity of the sea, the private place at the beach is excellent. Great view from the terrace.
Stayed July 2014