The «St. Peter» villa is situated inside the historic nucleus of Trogir, the city rich in cultural heritage, protected by UNESCO since 1997; it is situated next to the church of St. Peter, in the street which owes its name to one of the most famous sculptures from Renaissance times, i. e. Ivan Duknovich.
The house was built in the 14th century, and its historical value, as well as the one of the area it is situated in, forced the owner to start its reconstruction, and has achieved in giving it its antique look: a family house has become a five accommodating units villa.
The interior redesign follows sistematically its antique look by using the traditional materials which, being combined with the modern technology, are ideal for a perfect holiday of a modern man.
All cameras are furnished in the combination of stone walls, mahagony floor, oak tree beds, hand made wardrobes, details of wrought iron, paintings of eminent painters, and the latest technology (LCD TV, SAT, air condition in each room...)
The windows have the church of St. Peter view from the southern part and one of the oldest houses built by Nicolo of Florence view from the northern part.
Its reconstruction lasted for two years and it was open for public in July 2005, as a place which offers tourist services with four double bedrooms, the apartment A+2 and a breakfast room.
For your ideal holiday in the summer time there is also an international competition of young tenors which takes place in the St. Peter church, whereas in the winter time due to very mild climate one can enjoy in going for walks in the city nucleus as well as in nearby tourist destinations such as Split, Solin, Sibenik, National park of the river Krka...