ID: 53152

Apartments Niko i Jakov

Apartments Niko and Jakov are situated in a historic Dalmatian house, in very centre of beautiful Split. Apartment Jakov is at first floor and apartment Niko is at second floor, in the attic of the house. Both apartments are renovated and fully equipped.

Apartment Jakov

38 m2 - 1st floor - Rooms: 1, Bathrooms: 1, Matrimonial bed: 1, Persons on main beds: 2, Persons on adjustments beds: 1


Description
Apartmant Jakov is recently renovated cosy residence situated in a historic stone Dalmatian style house. A short 3 min stroll will take you to Marmontova street, the famous Split Riva and the UNESCO protected Diocletian Palace. Everything you need is just a stone's throw away. Shops, groceries, restaurants, bakeries, banks, pharmacy, post office etc. Apartman Jakov consists of one bedroom, one bathroom, a living/dining area and a fully equipped kitchen. All you need is to come, relax, enjoy and explore our beautiful Split!

Amenities
Kitchen Oven Microwave oven Refrigerator Dinner set
  • Sat TV
  • Air condition
  • Internet available
  • Heating
  • Washing machine
  • Hair dryer
  • Sat TV
  • Internet available
  • Air condition
  • Heating
  • Washing machine
  • Hair dryer

Availability Calendar

2+1 Apartment Jakov
Available
Booked
Past

Accommodation prices

2+1 Apartment Jakov

Accommodation price per night
Date For 2 persons + extra person Minimum stay Arrivals
09.05.2023 - 01.06.2023 60.00 € 10.00 € 1 night Any day
02.06.2023 - 30.06.2023 70.00 € 10.00 € 1 night Any day
01.07.2023 - 06.07.2023 90.00 € 20.00 € 2 nights Any day
07.07.2023 - 10.07.2023 220.00 € 30.00 € 3 nights Any day
11.07.2023 - 31.07.2023 110.00 € 20.00 € 2 nights Any day
01.08.2023 - 31.08.2023 130.00 € 20.00 € 2 nights Any day
01.09.2023 - 15.09.2023 90.00 € 10.00 € 2 nights Any day
16.09.2023 - 30.09.2023 70.00 € 10.00 € 2 nights Any day
Rental conditions
Stay less than 2 days increases price for 30 %. Stay more than 7 days reduced price for 10 %.
For booking confirmation is required to pay an advance 20 % of the total cost.
Children under 2 years of age are exempt from paying.
Tourist tax: Included in price.

Check-in: Flexible
Check-out: until 10:00

Included in the price:
Air condition Internet access Bed linen and towels Final cleaning



Inspiration for your vacation
Why visit Split?

The lifeline of Dalmatia and the largest city on the Adriatic coast delights every visitor with its lavish beauty and magnificent history. Today, Split represents the urban center of Croatia’s southern regions, while its history dates back to Roman times. Namely more than 1700 years ago, Emperor Diocletian decided to built his palace in the vicinity of the then Roman city of Salona (present-day Solin, around which a vibrant city has been developing over the course of time, with the palace as its epicenter. A walk through Split’s old town is literally a journey through time as one can witness exquisite examples of ancient architecture such as the Peristyle, medieval Romanesque churches and Gothic palaces, Renaissance portals of aristocratic houses and baroque facades. Diocletian's Palace has retained its charm and is, together with the entire historical city center, inscribed on the UNESCO World Heritage List. The best way to experience the heart and soul of Split is by visiting the famous sun-drenched waterfront promenade Riva, where the temperamental locals love to drink their coffees, but also by strolling through the nearby city market (Pazar) that is an integral part of local life.

The most popular beach of Split is the sandy beach Bačvice. Located in the heart of the city, it is crowded with swimmers and walkers all year round. If you wish to enjoy the city’s rich cultural and entertainment program, Split offers numerous events: film and theater festivals, exhibitions and plays. The traditional Split Summer Festival attracts visitors with a variety of dramas, operas and concerts that satisfies everyone's taste. A vibrant nightlife is offered by numerous clubs, bars and events, the most popular of which is the Ultra Europe festival that gathers over 100,000 young people from all over the world every summer. Split’s famous sports tradition is widely known and something all the people of Split are particularly proud of. In 1979, Split was the host of the Mediterranean Games, but also produced top athletes such as tennis player Goran Ivanišević and basketball players Toni Kukoč and Dino Rađa. The people of Split are football fans with all their hearts and passionately support their legendary football club "Hajduk", another symbol of this city.
As the guardian of the city, Marjan hill towers over Split. It is a popular destination among locals as an escape from the city noise and ideal for outdoor recreation.

Split is an excellent starting point for visiting, but also continuing your holidays on the neighboring islands of Šolta, Brač, Hvar, Vis and Korčula. Look for relaxation and rest in the comfort of many hotels, luxury villas, holiday homes and apartments where you will be greeted by welcoming hosts who will love to share their insight and knowledge of the city and region with you. Finally, instead of revealing you all the beauties and secrets of Split, we invite you to discover for yourself why the people of Split call their city "the most beautiful city in the world"!