Villa Abba | Vela Luka | Croatia
Welcome to the perfect place for your vacation, a place that brings together untouched nature, the Mediterranean spirit and modern design.
Villa Abba is located in southern Dalmatia on the most beautiful Croatian island – the island of Korčula. It is set amid Gradina Bay, only 100 meters from the sea and approx. 5 km away from the center of the town of Vela Luka. The Villa was built in 2017, following modern architectural trends in design, and is equipped luxuriously. Of our advantages we can certainly emphasize the complete privacy from nearby facilities; there are more than enough parking spaces within the property, complementary facilities such as the swimming pool, and an area for social gatherings and BBQ, as well as a sunbathing deck with patio umbrellas and a boat dock.
Villa Abba is the ideal place to spend your vacation if you wish to escape from everyday stress as it offers the complete comfort of a home with the advantage of enjoying the ideal Mediterranean climate, perfectly clean sea and beautiful nature.
The Villa can be rented as a complete facility for up to 18 guests, but it is possible to rent each of its three apartments separately, of which each can accommodate up to 6 guests. Every floor consists of a spacious apartment with over 100 m2 and each has its own large terrace with a view overlooking the sea and entire bay.
The island’s attractions to see are certainly the old town of Korčula, known as the little Dubrovnik, which is also known as the birthplace of Marco Polo, the beautiful sandy beach of Lumbarda, the bay of Pupnatska Luka, excellent wines from Čara and Smokvica, the sanctuary of Mary of Jesus Crucified Petkovich and a simply heavenly island Proizd as a unique attraction.
Within the bay there is a nearby restaurant that you can easily stroll to; it offers fish and meat dishes. While taking the stroll do not forget to visit the nearby chapel of St. John from the 15th century on the pole of Glavica St. John and ring its bell while enjoying the most beautiful sunset beneath the dense pine trees of the historic Roman fort and observatory.