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Luxury villa Gabriela

from $736 / night
246 m2
Maximum number of travelers
8 adults
Number of beds
5 beds
Number of bathrooms
5 bathrooms

Property description

Located in Korčula, luxury villa Gabriela provides accommodation with free WiFi, air conditioning, free bikes and access to a garden with an outdoor pool. This beachfront property offers access to a pool table, ping-pong and free private parking.
The villa features 4 bedrooms, a flat-screen TV with satellite channels, an equipped kitchen with a dishwasher and a microwave, a washing machine, and 5 bathrooms with a hot tub. For added convenience, the property can provide towels and bed linen for an extra charge.
The villa offers a children's playground. After a day of cycling or canoeing, guests can relax in the shared lounge area.
Popular points of interest near luxury villa Gabriela include Beach Zamošće, Bishop's Treasury of Korčula and St. Blaise Fortress. The nearest airport is Brac, 51 km from the accommodation, and the property offers a paid airport shuttle service.

Dominican Monastery of St. Nikola in Korcula dates back to 1498. In the garden, located on the west side of the monastery and refined olive groves, in 1656, a commercial building was built on two floors.

The upper part was soon converted into a guest of the so-called. “Frušturica” ​​for the accommodation of pilgrims and travelers of the governor. The lower part of the building, located on the shore of the sea, is an arcade-shaped room, “Arsenal” through which a wide porthole pulled the boat from the “mandrake”, ie the harbor that used to sail the monastery bays.

Frušturica and arsenal today form a harmoniously designed Villa Gabriela.

One of the most popular travel destinations on Croatia’s South Dalmatian coast, the island of Korcula (pronounced Kor-chu-la) is also one of the greenest. It’s dark, dense pine forests inspired the Ancient Cnidian Greeks to name it Melaina Korkyra (Black Corfu or Corcyra, as their homeland region was once known), when they settled there in 6 BC.
Today, the lush pine forests remain as one of the main features of the hilly Adriatic island, especially along its north facing slopes, scattered with dry stone walls enfolding vineyards and olive groves; still cultivated as a livelihood by inland settlements today. In fact, two of the most popular Croatian white wines, Posip and Grk are grown on the island.



  • Dishwasher
  • Dishes
  • Air conditioning
  • Parking
  • Kitchen
  • Heating
  • Washing machine
  • Microwave
  • Hair dryer
  • Television
  • Wifi
  • Shower
  • Laundry
  • Ironing
  • Swimming pool

Additional services

Once this accommodation has been reserved, your host can offer the following services at an additional cost which you will pay directly to him.

Airport transfer
Airport transfer
Car rental
Car rental
Fresh products
Fresh products
Touristic guide
Touristic guide

Where is the accommodation located

House Rules

Non-smoking accommodation
Festive evenings allowed
Accessible to people with reduced mobility
Pets welcome
Children over 10 welcome
Babies and children welcome