Apartment 3

Equipment: 1 living room with a double bed and a bunk bed, kitchen, shower/WC, balcony with direct sea view, air conditioning, apartment heatable, satellite TV, free WLAN, free parking space. The price includes a weekly room service. The apartment is equipped and furnished for complete self-catering.

Description: The apartment can accommodate up to four people. A common lounge/breakfast room is available to all guests, as well as the breakfast terrace, both with direct sea view. All around the guest house there ...

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Double room 4

Equipment: air conditioning, room heatable, satellite TV, free WLAN, shower/WC, minibar, balcony with direct sea view, free parking space. The room price includes daily room service.

Description: This room can accommodate one or two people, possibly with extra bed for a third person. This solution should only be chosen in exceptional cases. A common lounge/breakfast room is available to all guests, as well as the breakfast terrace, both with direct sea view. All around the guest house there are other terraces, ...

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Double room 1

Equipment: air conditioning, room heatable, satellite TV, free WLAN, shower/WC, minibar, balcony with direct sea view, free parking space. The room price includes daily room service.

Description: This room can accommodate one or two people, possibly with extra bed for a third person. This solution should only be chosen in exceptional cases. A common lounge/breakfast room is available to all guests, as well as the breakfast terrace, both with direct sea view. All around the guest house there are other terraces, ...

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Beach

If it is spoken about Mošćenička Draga, it is associated with a wonderful beach. Two stars among the beaches in Croatia – Sipar and Sv. Ivan. Here you will find the most beautiful pebbles of the Kvarner Bay and probably of the entire Adriatic.

These beaches on the Riviera were already referred to as the most beautiful beaches of the Riviera of Opatija by the Croatian poet Richard Katalinic Jeretov in one of his poems. The locals call these stones ...

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