Apartment Sand is located in Necujam.
It is a small village on the island Šolta, 9 nautical miles away from Split.
Apartment Sand , 15 square meters with terrace of 10 square meters. Ideally for couple, consist 1 double bedroom with king size bed, kitchen, and bathroom with a shower. The kitchen is modern and fully equipped for easy and speedy cooking and, if needed.There is a washing machine on the ground floor of the house.. An ADSL wireless, SAT-TV, BBQ are at your disposal. The apartment is air conditioned. We also provide bed linen and towels.
If you are going to stay longer than 7 days the bed and bath linen are changed once a week, also the cleaning service is available.
Tourist tax is not included in the price cost 6 kn (0,85 eur) per day,
If you have any special need, you are always welcome to ask.
Come and stay with us, try fruit and vegetable from our garden, enjoy the long evenings cooking your dinner on the large traditional Croatian wood fired BBQ on the ground floor terrace while complementing your food with our stunning Croatian wines; if you want to eat out, there are many restaurants.
You will love Vila Falcon, a 150m² luxurious sea front Sea View facing air conditioned property with spectacular sea views of the islands to the North and the fishing harbor . The beach is 50 m away with a crystal clear water.
The property comprises 3 apartments: SEA, SUN & SAND on the ground floor with a beautiful terrace with spectacular sea view. The villa is equipped with parking area.
If you are group of people or 3 families Vila Falcon is ideal solution. Sleeps 11 with 5 double and 1 single bedrooms, 3 bathrooms, 3 kitchens (each with its own oven and hob, fridge/freezer and other facilities), 2 living/dining areas, 3 balconies and a large garden on the ground floor with magnificent views for communal eating along with its own large stone BBQ.
Necujam - in Latin it would be Vallis surda, meaning `deaf bay`, those are the words describing the bay where Nečujam spread its houses, streets, churches and squares. Picturesque bay seems to attenuate all the sounds, but those of the sea and the wind trapped in pine tree umbrellas, upon tiny coves threaded over the north coast of Šolta.
The bay itself was fish breeding site in the time of Roman imperator Diocletian. The remains of the stone walls merging breeding site are still there, along with the findings of Roman palace and necropolis in bays Piškera and Supetar. The last one keeps the remains of Gothic church from 15thcentury also. A curiosity about Nečujam is that it is a spot where few great Croatian literary masterpieces were written; Marko Marulić and Petar Hektorović, writers from 15th and 16th century, used to seek for inspiration in comfortable science of Nečujam`s bays. The house they lived and created is still there.
Nečujam`s beach is the biggest on the island and well maintained. Whilst in time of Marulić, Nečujam was seven hours of paddling away, today it can be reached for about 15 minutes with a fast boat from Split.
Thanks to our guest's reviews we have be able to improve the quality of our service.
For any further information do not hesitate to contact us!
Nikoleta & Dejan