Mario's holiday house
House (2 apartments) is located in peaceful settlement Vitarnja in Jelsa, on island Hvar, surrounded by pine woods. House completely renewed in April 2018. It is 80m far from the sea and nearest beaches. Suitable for 8 people. Peaceful neighborhood,
House (2 apartments) is located in peaceful settlement Vitarnja in Jelsa, on island Hvar, surrounded by pine woods. House completely renewed in April 2018. It is 80m far from the sea and nearest beaches. Suitable for 8 people. Peaceful neighborhood, for families with children. 15 min walking distance from Jelsa. Excellent sea view. April, May, June and September we give 40% discount. Ferry timetable Split - Stari Grad and prices are among photos. How to get to house you can find between photos.
Jelsa is situated in a bay on the middle of the north coast of the island of Hvar. To the south of the town are dense pine woods on the sloping hills of the island's ridge. Jelsa is the only place on the island with an abundance of fresh water, as a result of which there is more luxuriant vegetation here than elsewhere. The agricultural plain lying to the west of Jelsa is the UNESCO protected world heritage site.
The old town of Jelsa (Civitas Vetus Ielsae) was mentioned in The Statute of Hvar in 1331. Although the exact location and extent of the ancient Jelsa are not well understood, remnants of the old protective wall can still be seen on the west side of the Gradina peninsula. Material remains from the Roman period prove the existence of a settlement in the area of Jelsa. Several villas are preserved in the area of Kutac, round St. Rock and in the cove called Carkvica of St. Luke.
On the mountain spur overlooking Jelsa to the south, is the massive fortress of Tor, which was a Greek observation point, standing on an older Illyrian fort (4th–3rd century B.C.). The location is an ideal defensive position as it overlooks the islands of Hvar and Brač as far as Šolta and the Makarska coast. Demetrius of Hvar reigned here for some ten years until the Roman occupation.
Slightly further eastwards, the fortress of Grad (or Galešnik) stands on a high cliff above the ancient road leading to the eastern end of the island. Originally Illyrian, the fort was further developed in Roman times, and still inhabited during the early Middle Ages. Its present name is believed to derive from the nobleman Galeša Slavogosti, who led an unsuccessful rebellion against Venice, in 1310, using this fortress as his stronghold.
The present town of Jelsa was founded as a port for the village of Pitve in the 14th century. The 1424 Statute of Hvar mentions it as being 3 km from the sea, under the hill of Gozd, in the quest for sea and fishing, and having good fresh water (Portus de Pitue, p. 202, fons vocata Ielsa qui est prope mare, pp. 50 i 51, ad Ielsa usque ad ripam maris, p. 46, itd.). The first houses were built around the church of Sv. Mihović (St Michael) at Mala Banda on the northern side of the bay. A further group of houses developed on the south shore, around the church of Sv. Ivan (St John).
From fishing and agriculture, Jelsa developed into a shipbuilding and maritime centre, especially during the 19th century. The town prospered, and became the administrative capital for the central municipality of the island of Hvar. The port and break-waters were begun around 1830, after which the reclamation of marshy land started, and the town park was created. On the seafront next to the town, the town council building and town hall were built.
Guests will fill like in their own house. All in and around house is at guests disposal. Parking for 4 cars provided. Internet connection is solid, all initial issues fixed in August 2016.
It is calm area, fully finished, lot of greenery, you hear birds in the morning.
Subsequently, the accommodation could request a deposit.
- Bicycle rental service
- Motion sensors lights
- 100% renewable energy
- Organic or Local Food
- Car-free accessibility
- Ecological cleaning products
- More than 80% waste recycling
- Energy saving lights
- Green building
- Solar thermal panels for hot water
- Water flow reducers
- Recovery & reuse of rainwater
- Natural conditioning or class A air conditioning
- Regional Food
- Fair trade products
- Guest Satisfaction
- Electric Vehicles Charging
- Private bathroom
- Breakfast included
- Organic garden
- Ecotourism itineraries
- Wellness center
- Small pets allowed
- Child & Family Friendly
- TV in room
- Air conditioning
- Covid-19 Safety measures
Ecolabel, Certification, Memberships
- Dalmatia Green
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