The beautiful villa Valentina Galižana is located in Istria, in a small village Galižana which is located on the old road that connects Pula and Vodnjan. During the time of the ancient Romans, this place was extremely important because it was an agricultural settlement, and nowadays it is characterized by its circular floor plans with stone slabs.
Villa Valentina Galižana is modernly built, fully air conditioned, with its 200 m2 area offers accommodation for a maximum of 8 guests, and is ideal for a relaxing holiday in the company of friends or family. With its beautifully decorated exterior, it attracts all those who are fans of the modern and contemporary style of construction.
On the ground floor of this villa you will find a living room that includes a corner sofa, coffee table and TV, next to which there is an exit to the outdoor terrace. Near the living room is a modern and fully equipped kitchen and dining room with table for 8 guests. There is also a separate room where you can use a washing machine, dryer, and an iron. One bedroom is also on the ground floor, while the remaining three are located on the upper floor. All rooms have en suite bathrooms, and the villa itself has 2 separate toilets.
You can swim in complete privacy in the pool of 28 m2 that is surrounded with 8 sun loungers. On the terrace there is an outdoor dining table with a charcoal / wood grill. For all those who want an active vacation, there is also a room with the equipment for training.
Outside the yard you have at your disposal 4 parking spaces.
The location of modern villa Valentina Galižana provides you with much-needed peace and quiet and it will definitely entice you with its simplicity, elegance, feeling of peace and tranquility. You will feel as if you are in your own paradise surrounded by endless Mediterranean greenery.
Only 5 km from the villa is the city of Pula, which is rich in its interesting history thanks to Pula's architecture and foreign languages, mostly Italian, which the inhabitants of Istria speak because of its proximity to Italy. There are two museums in Pula: the Archaeological Museum of Istria and the Historical Museum of Istria. The city is known for its preserved Roman buildings such as the Amphitheater dating back to the 1st century, which is also called the Arena, and the Gate of Hercules which are the oldest preserved monument of Roman architecture in Pula. You will certainly not miss the content, so you will take with you beautiful photos from magnificent Istria!
Come and visit Istria, discover its hidden beauties, explore the beaches and try delicious traditional dishes. Welcome to the villa Valentina Galižana!