Okrug is traditional Dalmatian village located on the western side of the island of Čiovo, which is connected to the famous Trogir town and further to the mainland, by bridge.
Okrug is claimed to be one of the most attractive tourist destinations in Croatia with its 2,670 sunny hours per year. Okrug are actually two places: Gornji (Upper) and Donji (Lower).
Donji Okrug is quieter, easy going, slightly isolated, but not far from Okrug Gornji, with wider selection of bars, taverns and restaurants. More facilities and entertainment are easily reachable in Trogir and Split. Once bus timetable is mastered, it’s easy to travel by public transport, too. Besides, there is a regular boat service to Trogir and from there further to Split, which is great solution if not travelling by car.
This recently renovated traditional Dalmatian house is placed on an elevated position in village and from balconies affords beautiful views across the bay and strip of the Adriatic to the mainland.
The rooftop studio-apartment covers second floor of the house. It has one large room which combines living, bedroom and kitchenet. It features a balcony with a small table and a couple of chairs on it, becoming a relaxing retreat with beautiful view, after a day spent at the beach or wandering around. The studio benefits of the shared BBQ in the garden in front of the house, too. The owners occasionally occupy ground floor. They can be of a great help in case you need them, otherwise they keep themselves for them self.
In vicinity, there is a free parking lot, while a small supermarket, is just across the street.
The nearest pebble beach is 5-10 min walk from the house and it’s great if travelling with kids. Walking further on along the coast it’s always possible to find a secluded spot to enjoy the woods and sea.