Villa Stora kuća in Labin

7 guests
3 bedrooms
3 bathrooms
pets
parking
pool

Why choose this villa

Experience the beauty of Villa Stora kuća
from / per night
€148,43

Villa Stora Kuća is a rustic villa located in the small village of Sveti Bartul, near Labin. Surrounded by pristine nature, it is ideal for long walks and enjoying the outdoors, making it a perfect choice for a pleasant and peaceful holiday.

This authentic and lovingly crafted villa can accommodate up to 7 guests. It consists of 3 modernly furnished bedrooms with TVs, one of which has its own private bathroom. The living room offers the comfort you desire, with a beautiful view of the pool and a children's playground equipped with swings and a trampoline, where the youngest guests can indulge in play and fun. The rustic kitchen and dining area invite you to enjoy meals with family and friends. The large, spacious garden will enchant you at first sight! The outdoor pool is an ideal place for relaxation and sunbathing, featuring loungers and an outdoor shower, as well as a lounge area for afternoon relaxation at sunset. The villa also offers an outdoor kitchen with a dining area and a fireplace for preparing delicious meals.The entire villa is fully air-conditioned, offers free Wi-Fi, and has private parking. 

This rustic and absolutely stunning Villa Stora Kuća is an ideal vacation gem that embodies the true spirit of Istria – with a warm and cozy interior and enchanting views of unspoiled nature that simultaneously calm and enrich your soul and body.

amenities

To make your stay as comfortable as possible, be sure to make use of these amenities in the Villa Stora kuća.
Check in: 16:00
Check out: 10:00
Beds: 7 (6+1)
Bedrooms: 3
Bathrooms: 3
Floor: 1
General info
Pets allowed (yes, on request)
Internet
WiFi access
Parking Available
Outdoor pool
Terrace
Baby cot
Air condition
Heating
Tv
Iron
Size
Total plot area: 1000m2
Indoor area: 180m2
Max persons: 7
Rooms
Bed linen is provided and changed once per week.
Bathroom towels are provided and changed once per week.
Bedroom #1
Room type: Bedroom
Guests: 2
Double bed: 1
Private bathroom:
Toilet
Shower
Basin
Bedroom #2
Room type: Bedroom
Guests: 2
Double bed: 1
Bedroom #3
Room type: Bedroom
Guests: 2
Double bed: 1
Bedroom #4
Room type: Living room
Guests: 1
Sofa bed: 1
Bathroom #1
Shower
Basin
Hair dryer
Washing machine
Toilet
Bidet
Bathroom #2
Toilet
Basin
Shower
Kitchen
Standard kitchen equipment
Oven
Refrigerator
Microwave
Kettle
Freezer
Coffee machine
Toaster
Dish washer
Child's high chair
Stove
Outside the house
Pool
Outdoor pool
Pool area: 30
About the location
Inhabitated
Quiet location
Small town
Noise: Low
Greenery: High
Access By Car
Amenities
Courtyard
Pool umbrellas
Garden
Sun deck
Outdoor kitchen
Patio
Loungers
Exterior shower
Barbecue
Sport & activities
Near the facility
Diving
Horseback Riding
Cycling
In the facility
Trampoline
Swing
Kids playground

booking

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per stay
Period Price (per night) Price (per week) Minimum stay Arrivals
Period
29.06.2024. - 17.08.2024.
Price (per night)
€ 330,00 € 280,50
Price (per week)
€ 2.310,00 € 1.963,50
Minimum stay
7 overnights
Arrivals
Saturday
Period
17.08.2024. - 24.08.2024.
Price (per night)
€ 297,00
Price (per week)
€ 2.079,00
Minimum stay
7 overnights
Arrivals
Saturday
Period
24.08.2024. - 31.08.2024.
Price (per night)
€ 231,00
Price (per week)
€ 1.617,00
Minimum stay
7 overnights
Arrivals
Saturday
Period
31.08.2024. - 07.09.2024.
Price (per night)
€ 181,43
Price (per week)
€ 1.270,00
Minimum stay
7 overnights
Arrivals
Saturday
Period
07.09.2024. - 01.10.2024.
Price (per night)
€ 148,43
Price (per week)
€ 1.039,00
Minimum stay
7 overnights
Arrivals
all days
Period
26.04.2025. - 10.05.2025.
Price (per night)
€ 148,43
Price (per week)
€ 1.039,00
Minimum stay
7 overnights
Arrivals
all days
Period
10.05.2025. - 07.06.2025.
Price (per night)
€ 181,43
Price (per week)
€ 1.270,00
Minimum stay
7 overnights
Arrivals
all days
Period
07.06.2025. - 21.06.2025.
Price (per night)
€ 231,00
Price (per week)
€ 1.617,00
Minimum stay
7 overnights
Arrivals
Saturday
Period
21.06.2025. - 28.06.2025.
Price (per night)
€ 297,00
Price (per week)
€ 2.079,00
Minimum stay
7 overnights
Arrivals
Saturday
Period
28.06.2025. - 16.08.2025.
Price (per night)
€ 330,00
Price (per week)
€ 2.310,00
Minimum stay
7 overnights
Arrivals
Saturday
Period
16.08.2025. - 23.08.2025.
Price (per night)
€ 297,00
Price (per week)
€ 2.079,00
Minimum stay
7 overnights
Arrivals
Saturday
Period
23.08.2025. - 30.08.2025.
Price (per night)
€ 231,00
Price (per week)
€ 1.617,00
Minimum stay
7 overnights
Arrivals
Saturday
Period
30.08.2025. - 06.09.2025.
Price (per night)
€ 181,43
Price (per week)
€ 1.270,00
Minimum stay
7 overnights
Arrivals
Saturday
Period
06.09.2025. - 27.09.2025.
Price (per night)
€ 148,43
Price (per week)
€ 1.039,00
Minimum stay
7 overnights
Arrivals
all days
The price includes: VAT (if applicable), tourist tax and all as listed on the villa page.
Discount
Period Type Supplement/Discount (%) / Amount
Period
22.06.2024. - 17.08.2024.
Type
Reduction on period
(Minimum stay: 7+ Overnights)
Supplement/Discount (%) / Amount
15,00%
Supplements
Period Type Price
Period
01.01.2025. - 31.12.2025.
Type
Pets
Price
50,00 € / per pet per week
Period
01.01.2024. - 31.12.2024.
Type
Damage deposit
Price
300,00 € / per unit per stay
Period
01.01.2025. - 31.12.2025.
Type
Damage deposit
Price
300,00 € / per unit per stay

location

Labin

Labin, a picturesque town situated on a 320 meters high hill and only three kilometers from the seaside, was inhabited already two thousand years B.G. The remnants of Kunci, one of the settlements called the 'castellums', dating from the Bronze Age, can be found in the vicinity of Labin. Its old Illyrian-Celtic name is Albona or Alvona and it was probably founded by Celts in the 4th century B.C. on the ruins of the ancient city. Some historians say it was fortified by the Illyrians in the 11th century B.C. They also say that Albona in the Celtic language means 'a town on the hill' or 'an elevated settlement'. 

Titus Livius said that Labin inhabitants were pirates. After the conflicts between the local inhabitants and Romans, which had started in the 3rd century B.C., Istra came under the Romans in 177 B.C. The borderline was the river Rasa. Labin and its surroundings thus became an integral part of Illyrian, the Roman province with a high degree of independence and authority over the nearby settlements. The oldest written document about Labin is a relief from the 3rd century with the insertion 'RES PUBLICA ALBONESSIUM'.

MONUMENTS:

- Porta Sanfior - main town doors of St. Flor dating from 1589 with Labin coat of arms and the Serenissima lion above. Canon dating from Austrian times was put up for the second time on the bastion (torjon) in 1995. 

- Baroque palace of Battiala-Lazzarini family is now a town museum. Counts Lazzarini, who had several properties in the Labin area, left after World War Two

- Three-nave church of Blessed Virgin Mary's Birth built in 1336 on the foundations of the small church from the 11th century. It was reconstructed several times. The last reconstruction was in 1993. A Venetian lion with a sphere in his mouth - a symbol of Labin recognizing the Venetian government - was put on the front facade in 1604. By the end of that century, in 1688, a baroque statue of senator Antonio Bollani, a combatant against Turks, was put on the same facade. The bust is one of the most beautiful examples of the secular sculptural art of Istria in the 17th century. On the right from the church, there is a palace which belonged to the Schampicchio family. 

- Church of the B. V.Mary's Birth decorated with six marble altars. One of them has St.Justin's relics brought here from Rome in 1664. Main altar and altarpiece with six figures of B.V.M., St.Pauline and Saints : Justin, Sergio, Julian, Tom and Jacob. The author is Natale Schiacione from Dalmatia, the much more valuable altarpiece by the altar of the Madonna of Carmel from the l7th century is believed to be done by the famous painter Jacopo Negriti, better known as Palma the Younger. Valentin Lukas, a young Labin painter from the 19th century; is the author of the painting featuring the Stages of the Cross. 

- Rabac - St. Andrea's Church, from 15th century, is the oldest building heritage in the resort. 

- Pican - Town doors are today the best preserved part of the medieval walls. 

- Krsan - Bastion and walls of the medieval castle.Town loggia - center of life in the past where news and court verdicts were read out. Peasants danced there every Sunday and on fair days. Built in 1550, it later got a collection of stone monuments. Pillar of shame in front of the loggia. 

The Istrian peninsula 'terra magica' lies on the Adriatic sea which is the closest warm sea to the heart of Europe. Rabac, 'The Pearl of the Kvarner Bay', is situated on the eastern part of the peninsula where the green of the pines and the Mediterranean vegetation flow into the whiteness' of the sea. Rabac is one of the most frequented summer resorts of Istra and Croatia. 

The Sculpture Park in nearby Dubrova features over 70 forma viva stone sculptures. After a walk through the narrow streets of the Old Town, pay a visit to the Town Museum with its archaeological and unique in this part of Europe, a miniature coal mine. 

Have a loot at the Memorial collection of Matthias Flacius Illyricus, peek into the art ateliers, enjoy the view of Rabac and Cres island from the Fortica or pop into the small, elegant shops and take refreshments on one of the terraces of the local coffee bars. Whether to do business or just to have a chat, these are the places where everyone meets

Distances
Shop
4 km
Center
4 km
Beach
8 km
Restaurant
4 km
Sea
8 km
Airport
41 km
Nearest beach
Beach type
Pebble
Stone
Concrete
Riva
Beach description
Natural shade
Pedal Boat
Playground
Umbrellas Or Deckchair
Jet Ski
Lifeguard
parking near
Beach recreation
Dog friendly beach
Showers on beach
Water Park
Blue flag
Long shoal
Short shoal
Beach Girandella, Rabac

The beautiful playful Girandella is a pebble and paved beach suited for all generations with the stunning view on the Kvarner bay and islands. Girandella has several restaurants, beach bars, shops, and a diving center. You may rent deck chairs, parasols and pedal boats or try banana riding or water skiing. The outdoor showers, public restrooms and changing cabins are on the beach itself. The beach is part of the lovely promenade.

Girandella beach is lifeguarded and suitable for all swimmers.


Beach Maslinica, Rabac

Located in the warm embrace of Rabac, Maslinica is a large pebble beach with clear calm waters for every age. The Maslinica beach has several restaurants, beach bars, an aquapark, waterslide, nearby tennis courts, basketball and football court. Deck chairs, parasols and pedal boats are rented on the beach.

Maslinica is lifeguarded and has outdoor showers, public restrooms and changing cabins.