The house consists of the ground floor with a living room, kitchen and dining room and a bathroom. Internal stairs take you to the first floor, where there are two bedrooms
Another set of stairs takes you to the second floor where there is a spacious bedroom of c.25m2. In total, the house extends to c.75m2. It has been fully renovated but the exterior needs some additional modernisation.
About Kaštel Štafilic
The house is in an old fishing village, called Kaštel Štafilic which is the most northerly of the seven adjoining villages which are dotted along the 17km bay between Split and Trogir and are collectively known as Kaštela. Kaštel Štafilic is the village that is closest to Trogir.
The focal point of Kaštel Štafilic is the Renaissance castle which gave the area its name. Following a name change a few centuries ago, the castle is now called Rotundo. It is now for sale: ROTONDO
Further along the coastal path, but still within the village, there is a good beach at a place called Resnik.
Unlike, many other Croatian villages, Kaštela does not go into hibernation when the tourists leave in winter. Most of the residents live there, although in the summer their numbers increase with tourists, who have been steadily growing in number over the last ten years or so.
The Kaštela Riva (waterfront boulevard) runs from Kaštel Luksic, through Kaštel Stari, then Kaštel Novi and ends in Kaštel Stafilic. Pavement cafes, restaurants and shops are dotted along this popular meeting place. Typically, local Kaštelans come down to the Riva to stroll along the waterfront, meet friends and drink coffee almost every evening of the year.
There are a number of festivals, parades and galas throughout the year. The local tourist office (located on Kaštel Novi Riva) has a poster on the wall outside detailing the coming month’s festivities.
For those who wish to venture further, Split and Trogir are connected by the number 37 bus that runs along the Kaštela road. From there, you can connect to any of the towns and villages up and down the Dalmatian coast, or indeed to the capital Zagreb and beyond.
Split International airport is a 5 minute taxi ride away. It is a relatively small airport, so from stepping off the plane to sitting on the quayside, can all be done within 15 minutes!
There is an access point in the hills behind Kaštela to the motorway system, connecting Split with Italy, Austria, Slovenia, and Hungary. Eventually it will also connect Bosnia to the south and finally Dubrovnik.
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