Split Studio Apartment Goran
Apartment 'Goran' is ideal accommodation for two persons situated in oldest suburb of Split which is called Veli Varo.
Apartment 'Goran' is accommodation for two persons and is only 5 minutes of walking from the Diocletian Palace (200 m), which is rich with many monuments from the time of the ancient Romans and is about 10 minutes walking (500 m) from the nearest beautiful pebble beaches which are situated along the coast of nearby park-wood Marjan.
Studio apartment 'Goran' is a typically Dalmatian old stone ground floor house which was completely renovated two years ago. The apartment has 30 sqm and consist of three separate parts ( private bathroom with shower, kitchen and room). This is ideal accomodation for two person becouse it has one room with one double bed and size of the room is about 13sqm. Private bathroom with shower is realy spacious and has 10 sqm and kitchen has 7 sqm. There is also in front of house nice 20 sqm couryard with lots of shade during the whole day.
The apartment is equipped with refrigerator with freezer, cooker, washing machine, air conditioner, TV, iron, hair dryer and cutlery. There is no private parking place but 30 m far away from the apartment is lots of free parking place in neighbouring streets.
Close to the apartment is the grocery store (50 m), bakery (50 m), marketplace (100 m), nearest restorant (150 m), Dioklecian Palace (300 m), the beaches (600 m).
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My husband and I enjoyed our week in Split. The apartment is situated in the old part of the city on a very quiet street and has it`s own small courtyard where you can relax under a lemon tree. There is a supermarket, a bakery, a small market and a pizzeria nearby. It`s a 10 minutes walk to the centre and 20 minutes to the park Marjan and it`s beaches.
If we decide to come to Split again we`ll definitely stay in this apartment.
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