Villa Zen

Near Vela Luka, Korcula islandSleeps: 14From €7000 per week
Villa Zen
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  • Sleeps 14
  • 7 bedrooms
  • 5 bathrooms
  • Fully air-conditioned
  • WiFi
  • Private pool
  • Pool size: 100m2
  • Full sea view
  • Distance to beach: 10 metres
  • Distance to coast : 10 metres
  • Nearest restaurant: 3.0 km

Luxury private villa with a massive pool, beach, great for entertaining and having a fantastic time

What we say
This is a breathtaking place on a beautiful island, cool, stylish, private and yet close to a buzzy, charmng old town of Vela Luka, Korcula
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  • 31.Dec.2018 - 27.Jun.2019
  • €7000
  • 28.Jun.2019 - 29.Aug.2019
  • €11200
  • 30.Aug.2019 - 29.Dec.2019
  • €7000
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A refundable damage deposit of €1000.00 is payable in cash on arrival

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  • 14 persons


  • 6 x Double bedroom
  • 1 x Twin bedroom


  • 1 x Shower room
  • 1 x Separate wc
  • 4 x Ensuite Bathroom with shower and bath tub
  • 1 x Ensuite Separate wc


  • Private pool
  • Pool size: 100m2


  • WiFi

Cooling and heating

  • Fully air-conditioned


  • TV
  • DVD player
  • Bedlinen provided, twice a week
  • Bath towels provided, daily
  • Iron
  • Hairdryer


  • Garden
  • Terrace
  • Outside dining area
  • Barbecue


  • Outside hot tub


  • Private parking for 2 cars


  • Full sea view
  • Plot area: 16600 m2
  • Floor area: 1230 m2


  • Nearest beach: 10 metres
  • Nearest coast: 10 metres
  • Nearest shop: 3.0 km
  • Nearest restaurant: 3.0 km
  • Nearest airport: 118 km (Split)

This spectacular new villa has been built to a modern design to provide a light and airy environment with extensive sea views from most rooms and easy access to the garden, pool and terraces. The villa is located right on the coast in a small sheltered bay on the south west side of the island. It is just a 10 metre walk to the beach. The Villa is five kilometres from Vela Luka, an attractive small town set in the deep bay at the western end of the island of Korcula.

Korcula itself is one of the most beautiful Croatian islands. Korcula was voted among the top ten best islands in the world in the 2009 Conde Nast Traveller magazine. The island is nearly 50 kilometres long but less than 8 kilometres wide at its widest point. It has numerous bays and beaches and the Adriatic sea is crystal clear and unpolluted. The perfectly preserved medieval town of Korcula is claimed to be the birth place of Marco Polo and is one of the most notable historic towns in Croatia and a popular tourist destination. Surrounded by ancient walls and crisscrossed by narrow cobbled streets and alleyways the elegant Venetian style houses surround small squares and face out directly over the sea.

Villa Zen - Korcula island


The villa has six double bedrooms and one twin bedroom. Five of the double bedrooms are very spacious, with four of them having views to the pool terrace and sea, and the fifth having french windows opening on to the side terrace. The remaining double and twin bedrooms are smaller and to the rear of the property.

First floor

The principal living and dining area is on the first floor with large glass windows providing uninterrupted views over the Adriatic. The dining area to the front is under a glass roof and has direct access to a balcony and a spectacular view. The living area has a sofa and chairs, widescreen TV, DVD, sound system and WiFi. Also on the first floor are three large bedrooms with super king-size double beds, walk-in warbrobes, televisions and ensuite bathrooms (all have bathtubs with two having separate showers). A further two bedrooms (1 x double and 1 x twin) share a shower room.

Ground Floor

The ground floor is designed as a separate apartment with its own entrance from side of the house. This entrance leads directly into a large room which overlooks the pool and contains a sitting area, a large double bed and a cloakroom. This leads on to a second large double bedroom, which has direct access to the pool terrace and a large ensuite bathroom with corner bath and separate shower. To the rear of the apartment is the kitchen and utility area serving the whole house. The kitchen is located so it can be used by a professional chef without intruding on the guests. There is also a separate shower room.


The total estate is 16600 square metres providing privacy and seclusion around the villa. The outdoor dining area is located on an upper terrace which overlooks the pool and views of the sea. The sun terrace around the pool is equipped with ten sun loungers and comfortable rattan seating. The large 100 square metre swimming pool has a maximum depth of 2.6 metres. From the pool area and the upper terrace, there is a footpath through the garden directly to the beach. There is ample car parking space and garaging for at least four cars.

Maid service and chef can be provided at extra cost if required. Meals would be based on local ingredients and include freshly caught fish grilled or prepared to the guests' wishes.

The villa owner can also charter his yacht either with a skipper or to appropriately qualified yachtsmen.

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Vela Luka bay
Vela Luka means "Big Harbour" in Croatian. It is the largest town on the island of Korcula and the second largest town in the Croatian islands, a home to 4100 people. It is situated on the west side of Korcula island, at the end of a 9.2 km long and sheltered bay which is full of beaches and coves with classy holiday villas, apartments and hotels. The town itself is made up of lovely Mediterranean style stone town houses, villas and cottages, interspersed with lively squares full of cafes, bars and restaurants. If you stay in town, you are immersed in the life of narrow cobbled streets, charming shops, fish markets and always just a few steps away from the sea. Further afield from the town, in the numerous aquamarine bays, there are sumptuous villas with pools, lovely beaches and tranquillity.
Close to Vela Luka there is the small island of Proizd, whose beach was voted the most beautiful Adriatic beach in 2007. Vela Luka is synonymous with olive growing and fishing. To find out more about the production of olive oil, you can visit the Zlokic Collection of Olive Growing and Olive Oil, where you will have a chance to see an ethnographic collection related to olive growing and to sample and buy olive oil.Art and culture are a part of everyday life in Vela Luka, where many artists have settled. Visit museums and galleries that are located in the old town building where there is a Centre for Culture next to the Parish Church of St. Joseph. During the summer months you can enjoy 'Luka Summer' (Lusko lito) which is a series of local concerts, dances and performances. While away the evening with a cool beer, and watch the amazing old martial dance performed by men with swords.

Apart from glorious swimming, there are diving schools, boating, hiking and bicycling along the scenic bicycle trails. The weather is superb, with 2600 hours of sunshine in a year. Near to the town, up a steep hill there is Vela Spila, the 20 000 years old cave. Important finds from the cave, such as ceramic bowls, amphorae and bones are exhibited in the Culture museum. The views from up there are stunning.

Vela Luka can be reached directly by a ferry from Split. Twice a day there is a car and passenger ferry and in addition, once a day there a fast catamaran ferry for foot passengers only. Daily bus service from Dubrovnik to Vela Luka via Korcula Town – check info and timetable. Weekly ferry service from Pescara (Italy) to Vela Luka (also see Vela Luka to Pescara ferries) – this fast ferry is sailing in high season only – July and August. It takes just over 4 hours to reach Vela Luka from Italy.

Island of Korcula

The quickest route to Korcula is to fly to Split and from Split ferry port cross to Vela Luka, the town on the west end of the island of Korcula. Travellers should however note that there is generally only two or three crossings per day to Vela Luka and the timing may not fit with arrival times of flights. There is a car ferry and a faster passenger ferry. Timetables and prices for ferries from Split to Vela Luka can be found on the Jadrolinija website or on the Korcula Info website.

If the Vela Luka crossing does not work, travellers should consider flying to Dubrovnik Airport and driving to Orebic on the Peljesac peninsula and from there taking the short car ferry crossing (20 minutes) to the town of Korcula. We can quote for car hie from Split or Dubrovnik Airport and from local providers in Vela Luka on Korcula.

Split Airport

Split Airport is located to the west of Split close to the town of Trogir. It is 20 minutes drive from the airport to the ferry port in Split.
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Dubrovnik Airport

Dubrovnik Airport is located near the town of Cavtat to the south of Dubrovnik.
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