Visit our lovely three story family house surrounded by a spacious garden. Ideal for two families with children, or a group of friends.
6-room house 180 m2 on 3 levels, south-west facing position: large living/dining room 55 m2 with open-hearth fireplace and satellite TV. Exit to the terrace. Open kitchen (4 hot plates, oven, dishwasher, freezer). Exit to the terrace. Sep. WC. Upper floor: living room with satellite TV and air conditioning. Exit to the terrace. 1 room with 2 beds (90 cm, length 200 cm). Shower/WC. 2nd upper floor: 1 room with 1 double bed (2 x 90 cm, length 200 cm). 2 rooms, each room with 2 beds (90 cm, length 200 cm). Bath/WC. Terrace 8 m2. Terrace furniture, deck chairs. Facilities: Internet (WiFi, free).
building and outdoor:
Single-family house House Lana, 3 storeys, surrounded by trees. In the center of Osor 20 km from the center of Mali Lošinj, 35 km from the center of Cres, 150 m from the sea, 150 m from the beach. Private: property 400 m2 (fenced) with lawn 100 m2, wildlife garden. Outdoor shower, table tennis, pergola (40 m2), terrace (50 m2), garden furniture, barbecue. In the house: internet access, washing machine.
The house is located in a beautiful small town with a very long history, Osor, on the southern tip of Cres island. Enjoy warm summer evenings, play table tennis and barbecue in the garden, or just relax at one of towns two beaches just 50 meters away. Everything you need is so close by, markets, restaurants, pizzerias, cafes, souvenir shop... Cres island is filled with amazing sights and interesting places to visit, about which we will be happy to inform you.
Interaction with Guests
Just across the street, there is a lovely lady Dragica who will gladly help You with any rewuirments and tips.
There are two beaches in the immediate vicinity of the House Lana. The town beach is located only a few dozen meters from this house, while the bay of Bijar is less than 10 minute walk away (start in the northwardly direction and take a left by the town cemetery).
The Osorscica hill overlooks Osor from the adjacent island of Losinj and is a popular trekking route for all outdoors loving visitors, with a wonderful view from the top as a prize for the adventurous.
Cres is one of the largest Croatian islands, with length of 66 and width of 12 kilometers. Known far and wide for its diverse flora with no less than 1400 plant groups! The island is blessed with a mild Mediterranean climate, making it perfect for summer vacations.
The cuisine of Cres is best known for localy grown foods, most importantly lamb specialities, dairy products, olive oil and wild asparagus. Every visitor should taste herb marinated lamb under the bell with potatoes.
Cres is ladden with interesting places, cute towns, beaches and restaurants worth a visit. Let us list some of the more interesting ones:
Cres - the largest town on the island. Here you will find public beaches, many restaurants with seafood and continental cuisine delicacies, along with charming narrow cobblestone streets and passageways, typical for island town architecture.
Lubenice - If you feel prepared to drive on probably the narrowest two lane road in the world (don't worry, it is nowhere near as frightening as it may sound), at its end, on the hilltop, you will find a beautiful, minuscule town with a perfect wiew of the archipelago, along with a lonely, heavenly beach at its base, reachable by foot. Although the climb back up is a bit strenuous, believe us, it is worth the effort.
Bay of Meli - Probably the most beautiful beach on the island, also takes a bit of effort to reach. If you start by automobile in the direction of Belej, just opposite of Ustrine you will reach a signpost for "Uvala Meli" directing you to turn right onto a dirt road. About ten minutes on it takes you to a village of Srem with a large parking lot. From there you should continue on foot, following the signposts to the coast. About 20 minutes walk takes you to the lovely sandy beach. With a bit of luck, there you will be welcomed by a kind gentleman selling local herb brandy and cold beer. Dont forget to take a lot of sunscreen and a parasol to the beach, the bay is very sunny.
Beli - The home of the largest Griffon Vulture reservation in the region. If you ever wanted to see those magnificent birds up close, this is the perfect opportunity
Once a very important trading center in the Adriatic, today, Osor is a town with population of only 60 year round occupants, but its charm and warmth attract many tourists each summer. A walk through its cobbled streets lined with flowers is sure to bring a sense of happiness mixed with a barely noticeable hint of nostalgia. Somehow it feels like the voyage through the times past.
During July and August, Osor hosts "Osor Musical Evenings" - classical music festival with performers from around the globe. The town really comes to life during performances, as guests from nearby towns all flock to the Osor Main Square.
Other Things to Note
The house is very suitable for home cooking, with a spacious kitchen, an oven, refridgerator and freezer, coffee and dishwashing machine and a selection of aromatic herbs growing just outside the kitchen window.
There is a wi-fi connection available throughout the house, two television sets with a satellite receivers, two living rooms (one with a fireplace for those colder nights), four bedrooms, two fully equipped bathrooms, a smaller third one with a washing machine and an additional solar powered shower in the garden.
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