Molendini Apartment, Žrnovnica with
Apartment has all amenities for modern living. Interior is a 80m2 spacious with 2 bedrooms and 1 bathroom, living-dining area and kitchen are connected (in total 20m2) and as well fully equipped with everything you need for a comfortable vacation, pl
Apartment has all amenities for modern living. Interior is a 80m2 spacious with 2 bedrooms and 1 bathroom, living-dining area and kitchen are connected (in total 20m2) and as well fully equipped with everything you need for a comfortable vacation, plus 20m2 of terace included. Property consists in total 400m2.
Apartment has all amenities for modern living. It is a 80m2 spacious apartment with 2 bedrooms (bed sizes 180x200 and 160x200) and 1 bathroom, living-dining area and kitchen are connected (in total 20m2) and as well fully equipped with everything you need for a comfortable vacation, plus 20m2 of terrace included with jacuzzi.
On the terrace our guests can enjoy their breakfast in local products in the morning, relax under the Mediterranean sun next to the river or with a just glass of local wine in the evening feel the spirit of nightly breeze.
Apartment is situated in detached house and with its position in greenery offers a unique view over the Žrnovnica river.
It is an ideal combination to enjoy pure nature, down up to the river Žrnovnica where you can escape away from city stress and hectic and in the same time and at the same time be near the urban position.
The promenade by the Žrnovnica river leads along its left bank, from its mouth all the way to Antonica’s Mill,
and on a just few metres from our apartment,
the history "placed" an exceptional monument - particular mill, a fabulous attraction from Turkish period.
Apartment is covered with air-conditioning.
The entire apartment has all essentials of comfy equipment, like a flat screen TV, WiFi, dishwasher, linens, towels, washing machine, hair dryer, iron with iron board, etc.
All you need for your perfect stay.
There is parking in private garage (without fee).
There is couch in the living room where you can enjoy watching TV or take a look over terace to the greenery.
The apartment is suitable for accommodating up to 6 people.
2 bedrooms with king size bed for 2 (matrimonial bed)
1 bedroom with 2 single beds
As everything is just a step away, it is the perfect choice for families and smaller groups who are looking for Dalmatian sky, sun and beach next to the urban position.
The best part of the listing is its great position:
in a 15 minutes walking distance from the beach
in a 5 minutes walking distance to market
We are happy to provide you with seasonal fruits and vegetables from our garden!
We call it "lunch from the green garden"!
It will be a pleasure! :)
Guests can use all the fruits and vegetables from our garden, everything is eco-farming.
Feel the spirit of Dalmatia!
I'm available at any time through phone (whatsapp, viber). If you have any questions feel free to ask me.
Getting to Split from elsewhere in Croatia
There are numerous daily flights from Zagreb to Split (flight time 45 minutes) that operate year-round, and tickets aren’t as expensive as you might think – see the Croatia Airlines website. There are also a few flights a week to Dubrovnik (flight time 35 minutes) and once a week to Osijek (50 minutes) during high season.
There are several trains a day from Zagreb – trains take either 6 hours 15 minutes or 8 hours 10 minutes depending on which train you take. The Die Bahn website is great for train timetables.
There are also many, many buses per day from Zagreb and elsewhere in Croatia to Split. See the Zagreb Bus Terminal website or the Split Bus Terminal website for timetable details.
Numerous catamarans and ferries connect Split with the nearby Adriatic islands (Hvar, Brac, Vis, Korcula and so on) – many of these services are run by Jadrolinija. Kapetan Luka operate a catamaran service from Split to Vis, whilst Bura Line run a service to Slatine and Trogir from Split.
Those travelling up (or down the coast) may well make use of Kapetan Luka‘s catamaran service that runs Dubrovnik – Mljet – Korcula – Hvar Town – Milna (Brac) to Split and vice versa. This catamaran runs daily from mid April to mid October. They also have another service running Dubrovnik – Mljet – Korcula – Makarska – Bol (Brac) – Split and vice versa, operating daily from the end of May to early October. Finally, Jadrolinija also have a coastal catamaran from Dubrovnik – Korcula – Hvar Town – Bol (Brac) to Split, operating daily from the end of May to the end of September.
Zrnovnica - Tourist Information
Zrnovnica - Tourism
From Zrnovnica you can visit town Omis or city Split with group or private car excursions.
For night life you can visit city Split with private car transfers. In Split you can also rent a car and visit town Primosten and famous night club.
Nearest beaches are located in settlement Stobrec, but if you rent a boat or use private boat transfers you can also go to famous beach Golden Rat on island Brac or Pakleni islands.
Group or private boat excursions from Split will take you to island Vis with famous attractions Green and Blue caves, island Hvar with historical monuments and gorgeous beaches or any other nearby islands.
On mountain Mosor you can enjoy in climbing, hiking, biking or just walking to get some fresh air.
Zrnovnica - Attractions
Attractions in Zrnovnica:
- Church of St. Michael on Gracic;
- City Split;
- Town Omis;
- Mountain Mosor...
Church of St. Michael on Gracic was built in 13th century.
Zrnovnica - Location and Climate
Zrnovnica (Central Dalmatia, Croatia) is settlement located north-east of city Split, in Split-Dalmatia county. Zrnovnica is administrative part of town Split.
Zrnovnica is located on south side of mountain Mosor and west side of hill Perun. It is located within river Zrnovnica.
Zrnovnica has around 2524 inhabitants, mostly Croats and Catholics.
You can come to Zrnovnica with car. If you are coming from northern Croatia you can use highway A1 and exit for Split, and continue with local roads for Zrnovnica.
If you are coming with airplane to airport Split, you can rent a car or use private car transfers or buses to come to Zrnovnica.
If you are coming with train you will come to train station in Split.
Distances of other towns: Split – 11 km, Omis – 19 km, Dubrovnik – 209 km, Zagreb – 414 km, Rijeka – 417 km, Zadar – 162 km, Trogir – 32 km, Osijek – 692 km, Milano – 911 km, Vienna – 768 km, Budapest – 754 km, Belgrade – 802 km...
Climate in Zrnovnica is Mediterranean.
how to get from the airport Split to Molendini apartment
from the point of the route: Split Airport, Cesta Dr. Franjo Tuđman 1270, 21217, Kaštel Štafilić
to the point of the route: Ul. King Petra Krešimira IV 30, 21251, Žrnovnica
28 mins (27.6 km)
through John Paul II and D8
26 min without traffic
Road Dr. Franjo Tuđman 1270, 21217, Kaštel Štafilić
Go to Road Dr. Franjo Tudjman to John Paul II (Kaštel Novi)
4 min (3,1 km)
Continue on the road to John Paul II to Podstrana
19 mins (21.2 km)
Continue along the Poljička cesta road. Go to Perunova Street to Ul. King Petra Krešimira IV (Žrnovnica)
5 min (3.4 km)
Ul. King Petra Krešimira IV 30
Zrnovnica - Useful tips
Bus Terminal Split +385(0)60 327 777
Airport Split +385(0)21 203 555
Jadrolinija Split +385(0)21 338 333
Information on phone numbers in Croatia 11888
General information 18981
Information on international phone numbers 11802
Sea help 9155
Weather Forecast and Road Conditions +385(0)60 520 520
Croatia Traffic Info 0800 9987
Emergency number 112
Road assistance 987
Fire department 193
Road help 987
10 BEST THINGS TO DO IN SPLIT, CROATIA
Are you wondering what to do in Split, Croatia? There are so many great things that you can do in this charming city!
1. VISIT THE OLD TOWN AND DIOCLETIAN’S PALACE
The Old town of Split is such a treasure! It became a UNESCO World Heritage in 2014 and, because of that, many improvements have been done around this area. For instance, they have cleared the main Temple with special lasers. Nowadays, you will be able to see it as beautiful as it used to be thousands of years ago, which is incredible!
Some must see in Split Old Town are: Marmont Street, Pjaca Square with beautiful marble tiles, the Fruit Square full of traditional markets and, of course, the overwhelming Renaissance architecture!
It is a marvelous landmark of the past, built in the 4th century and it contains a military camp, as well as the villa where Diocletian retired. It is actually a gorgeous citadel and yes, some Game of Thrones scenes were filmed here! You will see the Diocletian’s incredible Egyptian sphinxes and many stone statues.
While roaming the Old Town’s streets, make sure to go to Peristyle square. This is the central square of the Palace, made of red granite pillars. Its stairs will lead you to Jupiter’s Temple, which is also very beautiful!
You may be surprised to see that people live there nowadays and it is full of beautiful little shops and some of the best restaurants in Split, Croatia. The Roman Emperor made it so fancy, that you can actually arrive at the palace by boat!
SAINT DOMINUS CATHEDRAL
Make sure you don’t miss visiting the Cathedral of Saint Dominus, dating from the 7th century as well! It has a truly impressive history! It is also the most well-preserved temple in Europe! Entrance price for Cathedral, crypt, baptistery is here.
If you want to have the best view of the city, climb up to the Bell Tower – it is a unique experience that you definitely won’t regret!
NOTE: Please note that the Cathedral has a bell that will ring at every sharp hour. So, if you don’t want to “destroy” your ears, try not to go up the Bell Tower during those times (1.00 pm, 2.00 pm etc.)
2. GO UP MARJAN HILL AND SEE THE FANTASTIC VIEW
Marjan Hill is a fantastic spot overlooking the whole city where I stared in awe for a few minutes. You have got to see it in order to realize how beautiful Split peninsula actually is from above!
Marjan Hill is located on the West side of the city and it is 170 meters tall! It’s the perfect place to go if you want to get away from the hustle and bustle of the city for a little while, as it is surrounded by beautiful pine and cypress trees!
If you have some more time on hand, make sure to also visit the two churches situated on the hill (St. Nicholas and St. Jerome) and the Jewish Cemetery (located on the Eastern part of Marjan Hill, Split), full of old, beautiful tombstones dating from the 18th century!
HOW TO GET THERE: From the waterfront (Riva), take the steps up (ask for “Marjanske skale”). In maximum 10 minutes, you will understand that you have found the spot which I am talking about, as it will take your breath away with its beauty! It will also make you forget about all the efforts that were needed to get there!
If you want to enjoy this hidden paradise for longer, there is a nice coffee shop (Vidilica café) right on top of the hill.
3. TAKE A WALK ON THE RIVA – SPLIT’S HARBOUR!
The Riva (official Croatian name is Obala Hrvatskog Narodnog Preporoda) is the port of Split and it is just the perfect place for your evening walk. The place is full of cute little cafés and bars, beautiful buildings and even palm trees and it is set right near Diocletian’s Palace! This means that you will have a truly authentic view over the city’s most famous landmark and the Adriatic Sea at the same time!
4. VISIT THE MESTROVIC GALLERY AND ADMIRE CROATIAN SCULPTURES
Grnur Ninski is an iconic statue in Split, located very close to Diocletian’s, which was created by the most famous Croatian sculptor – Ivan Meštrović. The sculptor spent a big part of his life in Split, and Meštrović Gallery is a well-known gallery where you can see his work and learn more about his life and career. You will find there around 200 sculptures and even sketches, as the museum is located in the artist’s Split house.
Tip: Make sure to also admire the sculptures in the museum’s garden, which were also created by the same awesome artist!
If you are an art lover, you can also go to Jaman Gallery! This is a Pop Art gallery with many colorful paintings by a local painter called Danijel Jaman. You will even find there a cute little shop where you can buy art-inspired souvenirs!
5. VISIT SOME GREAT MUSEUMS
Here are two Split museums that are definitely worth checking out:
Split Archaeological Museum – Here you can find Medieval Art, Roman and Early Christian art that will show you a better image of the area’s history. The admission fee is 2.7€/p
- Bicycle rental service
- Supporting the local economy
- Promoting "eco" activities
- 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
- Towel change on request
- Natural conditioning or class A air conditioning
- Appliances in energy class A
- Water-saving toilets
- 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
- Umbrella and sunbed at the beach
- Play area for children
- TV in room
- Air conditioning
- Own entrance
- Covid-19 Safety measures
- Natural Park
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