Villa Life
Trogir - Croatia

Address:   Dr.Franje Tuđmana 34C
    21220 Trogir
Location:   Google maps
Phone:   +385 21 492 000
Fax:   +385 21 492 016




Croatia is a country not only rich in cultural values; it is a country with unique, natural and breathtaking phenomena: Plitvice Lakes, Kornati islands, Brijuni archipelago, Velebit mountains, and the largest peninsula on the Adriatic, Istria, to name but a few. Croatia has 8 national parks and 10 nature parks, and ecologically speaking, Croatia is the cleanest country in the Mediterranean area.
In short, this is a country of rich culture which knows how to connect its tradition to modern lifestyles and invites you to become acquainted with it. Croatia is a real haven for tourists, yachtsmen, sports fishermen and nature explorers, as well as gourmands who will be impressed by the rich cuisine.

  In the central part of the Croatian part of the Adriatic, between the islands near Šibenik and Zadar, there is a separate and a special group of islands called Kornati.
Due to extraordinary sights, interesting geomorphology, indented coastal line and rich biocenosis of the sea ecosystem, bigger part of the islands of Kornati became national park in 1980.
NP "Kornati" contains 220 km2 and 89 islands, islets and rocks with approximately 238 km of coastal line. Besides this relatively large number of islands, land part takes less than 1/4 of total surface, while the rest is sea ecosystem.
  National park "Krka" (1985) and it is the seventh nationalni park of Croatia.
It is located on the area of the county of Šibenik and Knin, with the surface of 109 km2; two kilometeres downstream from Knin to Skradin and downstream of Čikole.
It is 72,5 km long and it is 22nd longest river in Croatia.
River Krka wells in footage of the mountain Dinara, 3,5 km northeast from Knina under 22 m high, Topoljski slap, Veliki buk or Krčić, loud in winter and still in summer.
There are 49 km of freshwater and 23,5 km salt water. Important streams are Krčić, Kosovčica, Orašnica, Butišnica and Čikola with Vrba.
With seven waterfalls and total downfall of 242 m Krka is natural phenomena.
  The island of Brač is a part of middle Dalmatian islands, and it is the biggest one. It is about 40 km long, and 10 - 12 km wide; with total surface of 395 km2.
By the "Canal" of Brač (deepest part 78 m) it is 6 to 13 km to the land. It is divided by narrow Splitska vrata from the island of Šolta on the west and "canal" of Hvar (91 m deep) from the island of Hvar on the south. The biggest town on the east Adriatic coast is in the vicinity.
  Welcome to Hvar, the ancient town of rich history. Many people will say this is a fairytale town - with its architecture, beautiful nature and mild climate.
Natural charm together with high quality accommodation, Mediterranean hospitality, Hvar becomes an ideal destination for friends, couples and families.
  Međugorje is one of the most important catholic sanctuaries in the world, located near Čitluk, in the southern part of Bosnia and Herzegovina. It has about 4.300 inhabitants and it became famous after the Virgin Mary appearance, that started to appear as phenomenon in 1981. Since then this has been one of the most frequented places in Herzegovini, and one of the most popular tourist destinations in BIH, besides Sarajevo. It is different from French Lourd, that became a commercial paradise for over six million people, Međugorje has kept its original charm, where the pilgrims aleways find peace and hope in their faith. The center of "Svetište kraljice mira", the official name of sanctuary in Međugorje is the church of st. Jakov in the center.
  The most famous and visited among eight national parks in Croatia is the NP - Plitvička jezera, registered in the list of world heritage of UNESCO, back in 1979.
According to IUCN, that states eight cathegories of natural areas protection, Plitvička jezera belong to the second cathegory - national park, that denotes the protected area.
  People in Split will proudly tell you that this is the most beautiful town all over the world. Don't eveen try to argue with them, because they always win and persuade. That forever young town with about 200 thousand inhabitants and warm Mediterranean atmosphere, has lives with its urban rhytm for 1700 years, with its heart in Diocletian palace and a soul that welcomes with open arms.
Since then, it has been under the protection of UNESCO and it has been registered in the registar of World cultural heritage.




  Rafting: Combination of adventure, sport and entertainment, here, in Omiš. River Cetina and its canyon give an incredible feeling and show why exactly Omiš is the best place for rafting; for the beginners as well as experienced admireres of that sport.
It is not necessary to go far away from the sea to meet the charm of river; just a few kilometres from Cetina mouth we are waiting for you with three hour adventure through pictoresque canyons of Cetina. 16 kilometres long ride ends in a beautiful place "Radmanove mlinice", perfecr getaway where you can relax and admire an amazing environment. You will make sure that Omiš is a small town for pleasant and active vacation.
  Town of unique political and cultural history (Republic of Dubrovnik, Town statute from 1272.), widely konwn monument heritage (registered in UNESCO's registar of worl cultural heritage).
Dubrovnik is one of the most famous towns of the Mediterranean. It has a rich tourist offer as well as natural and preserved beauties.
Town of hotels, beautiful surrounding, high ecological standard and welcoming atmosphere, is the all year round attraction.