Croatia is an Eastern European country with long coastlines on the Adriatic Sea, encompassing more than a thousand islands, crossed by the Dinaric Alps and dotted with castles. Its inland capital, Zagreb, is distinguished by its medieval Gornji Grad (Upper Town) and diverse museums. The major coastal city Dubrovnik has massive 16th-century walls encircling an Old Town with Gothic and Renaissance buildings.
Growth P.a.: 2.9%
Source: Croatian National Bank (HNB)
Why Invest: Croatia saw the largest increase in average prices after a 9.7% jumpin Q1 saw house prices 2.9% in Q2 2014 year-on-year. Q2 was the smallest drop in falls since Q3 2012 when they contracted by 0.2%.
Country: Croatia Region: Split Status of resort: Rental Affiliate. Description: This important heritage site is fast becoming one of the most popular European coastal destinations. The seaside promenade 2000m long connects the apartments with Seget, an old fishing village. Only 4 km away from Trogir, the treasury of art or a Town Museum protected by UNESCO. The apartments are located […]
Realty Access provided us with a great place in Seget Croatia This modern building is on the main road to Split only 1.5km away from the old city of Trogir. So you may eventually go by foot to the city-island although it is not a very pleasant walk.
The reception and the service are minimum. However, the staff is friendly. Note that the room cleaners enter your room without knocking on the door in the morning ! So, lock the door from inside if you want to keep your privacy.
The whole place is very clean. There is an elevator to go upstairs. I had a big corner room on the 2ndF looking at the back and offering a nice panorama on the bay and the islands from the balcony. I was surprised to find out they had mosquitoes at night. So, since the hotel does not provide any repellent, you may as well get something to get protected from their nasty bites. Otherwise, the room and the comfort were fine. This side of the hotel is very quiet. No noise nuisance from the main road.
Morning breakfast is a buffet. However, I had to fight my way through the crowd as they had a big bus load of Japanese tourists with only one staff member serving !Room Tip: Rooms at the back are quiet (away from the main road) and nicer view