In the heart of Pirovac lies Konoba Nono, a rustic tavern turned contemporary eatery, now under the dynamic stewardship of Krešimir Trošić and Ivan Maršanić. Their culinary ethos revolves around showcasing locally-sourced, expertly crafted ingredients, steering clear of trends they deem inauthentic. Despite their youthful age of 26, their culinary journey is rich with experience garnered from esteemed kitchens. Their dynamism has elevated the ‘new Nono’ into a sleek dining destination, offering an experience that marries tradition with innovation, all against a backdrop of modern elegance.Continue reading “A Visit to Konoba Nono”
Split Airport, or Zračna luka Split, is not only the second-largest airport in Croatia but also a vital entry point for those eager to explore the majestic Dalmatian coast. Located near the quaint town of Kaštela and a mere stone’s throw from the historic splendor of Split, this airport acts as a bridge between the ancient charm and the natural allure of the Adriatic. With the recent addition of services like boat shuttles and its proximity to luxurious accommodations like Villa Lava in Pirovac, Split Airport has solidified its status as a premier choice for travelers. Let’s dive deeper into what makes Split Airport the perfect starting point for your Croatian adventure, including how it connects you seamlessly to the serene beauty of Villa Lava.Continue reading “Exploring Split Airport: Your Gateway to the Dalmatian Coast and Villa Lava”
When it comes to planning the ultimate family holiday, Croatia emerges as a top contender, offering a blend of stunning landscapes, rich history, and warm hospitality. Amidst its myriad attractions, Villa Lava in Pirovac stands out as an ideal base for families seeking to explore the best of what Croatia has to offer. This article delves into why Villa Lava, coupled with the charming town of Pirovac, presents a matchless holiday experience for families looking to create unforgettable memories.Continue reading “Discovering the Perfect Family Getaway in Croatia: Why Villa Lava and Pirovac Shine”
Nestled in the picturesque town of Pirovac, Villa Lava emerges as the quintessential base for travelers seeking to uncover the enchanting beauty of Croatia’s Adriatic coast. Positioned strategically between the historic cities of Split and Zadar, this luxurious haven offers not only comfort and serenity but also easy access to the region’s most captivating destinations. Let us guide you through an expanded journey, revealing the splendors that lie between Split and Zadar, and discover why Villa Lava in Pirovac is your ideal gateway to these coastal gems.Continue reading “Embark on an Unforgettable Adriatic Journey from Villa Lava: Exploring Croatia’s Coastal Wonders”
Internet connectivity in Croatia has been a pain point for us a long time for us at Villa Lava. Over the years, we’ve tried all available options, including ADSL and 4G/5G with a big external antenna. Despite all our attempts, the connectivity speed has never been fast enough for a group of people to live and work together at the house (if you’re trying to do multiple video calls etc).
As of 2022, we’re excited to announce that we’ve finally been able to get Starlink installed. After being on the wait list for almost two years, Villa Lava is now one of the first installation of Starlink in Croatia.
For our guests, this means no more buffering. Multiple users can sit on video calls, or stream Netflix in full HD without issues (simultaneously).
Although the locality of Pirovac has bountiful options for cheap eats and rustic dining, Konoba Boba in nearby Murter provides a gourmet experience for travellers who wish to enjoy fine Dalmatian cuisine. Although an island, Murter is accessible to Villa Lava by car (15 minute journey), as it is connected to the mainline by a drawbridge. Murter is a bustling seaside community, rich with both sandy beaches and historical sites.Continue reading “A visit to Konoba Boba”
Croatia is a land with beautiful continental national and nature parks, but it is also a land of fun in the sea and the sun. No wonder you can spend unforgettable sailing holidays in Croatia if you’re a sailing enthusiast.
The rugged coast of Croatia and its numerous islands were created by a huge sea-level rise 13,000 years ago. The 5,000 kilometer-long coastline gives a view over a string of different islands that you can visit all year long. There are romantic and picturesque coastal towns with modern harbors and well-equipped marinas. Nature is mostly untouched and has endowed this rich and gorgeous country with an incredible number of secluded beaches, cliffs, bays, and wide-open spaces.
Croatia is home to the Yacht Week Croatia, and every season, it attracts sailors and yacht lovers to come an enjoy its crystal clear sea. If you’re a passionate yacht-lover, three regions in Croatia are go-to places for you, but only one of them has the best possible charter offers, and it’s Dalmatia. Now, let’s see how to organize your sailing holidays in Croatia.Continue reading “How to Plan Your Sailing Holidays in Croatia”
Have you ever been to Tisno, Croatia?
If not, and if you’re planning to go soon, then let’s see where this place is and why you should visit.
Tisno is a small city in the northern part of Dalmatia that you can reach by car. It is the first place on the island of Murter but also the youngest settlement there. It dates back to the 15th century when the people seeking refuge from the Turks settled the area.
Things have changed since then, and now Tisno is one of the Croatian tourist hotspots, with long summers and a variety of cultural events. Here’s our list of the best things to do in Tisno, Croatia.Continue reading “Best Things to do in Tisno, Croatia”
Do you know what the cool places in Croatia in 2020 are?
Croatia is a small country whose tourism is booming but isn’t yet world-famous. Those who have heard of this country would probably not know how to find it on the world map. But Croatia is really full of magical places. Let us take you on a journey through this little piece of paradise on earth.
In case you are planning a road trip through Croatia, we suggest you follow this guide from the north to the south of the country. If you are arriving by plane or just passing by, try to stop by at least some of the following places.Continue reading “Cool Places to Visit in Croatia in 2020”
The city of Zadar in Croatia is undoubtedly one of the most famous and beautiful towns on the Adriatic coast. It is rich in history and cultural heritage and offers each visitor to experience a dash of exquisite hospitality in this region. Located in the very heart of the Adriatic, it is easily reachable by land, sea, and air. The millennia of historical tales and events woven into its streets and the influence of different cultures have left a rich mark that attracts more and more people every season. The uniqueness of the city lies in the calmness of the old city center since a large part is freed from vehicles and pedestrians can use it for sightseeing.Continue reading “Best Things to Do in Zadar, Croatia”