Apartments can be booked directly with the owner, who will be at your disposal throughout your stay for any assistance you might need. We are happy to offer our guests comfortable accommodation at affordable prices.
The Villa Martina is located in Volosko near Opatija, 800 m from the centre of Opatija and 100 m from the coast.
We are located in a quiet, peaceful neighbourhood, near the main road to Rijeka, which is only 15 km away. Opatija Riviera has a lot to offer: a beautiful view of Kvarner Bay and its islands, walks along the famous Lungomare seaside promenade that stretches all the way to Lovran, strolls through Opatija's well-tended parks that have won several awards as Croatia's best parks, superb gourmet delights in local fish restaurants, a tradition of 160 years of tourism, ancient stone houses in the quaint old town of Volosko, a packed calendar of daytime and evening events in Opatija and the neighbouring resorts of Lovran, Ičići, and Mošćenička Draga.
The Villa Martina is open all year round.
It offers its guests comfortable three-star accommodation in a 30 - 35 m2 apartments and two rooms (25 m2 and 20 m2).
Prices vary from 18 € to 25 € per room and from 45 € to 70 € per apartment daily, depending on the season.
Apartment 3 SEAVIEW is located on the second floor and has a private entrance at the back of the villa, which is also used to reach the two rooms. The apartment's area is approximately 30 square metres. It has a double (matrimonial) bed, a modern kitchen with dining area, a small bathroom with shower tub, and a terrace with magnificent sea views. The room is decorated in contrasting peach and blue colours. Guests have at their disposal satellite TV (RAI, MEDIASET, RTL, EUROSPORT etc.) and room service (breakfast only – served on the terrace of the apartment, with a magnificent view of the sea). Breakfast can also be enjoyed on our sea view terrace surrounded by lush green vegetation. For those who prefer to cook their own meals, there is a well-stocked shop only 50 metres away.
Apartment 4 - MARTINA - located on the first floor, has a separate entrance. The size is approximately 40 square meters. It has double bed room plus two extra beds (one bed for 2 person), well equipped kitchen, dinning room and living room with built-in air-conditioning, bathroom with shower and large terrace with seaview.
|Period||I - VI / X - XII||VII||VIII||IX|
|*APARTMENT Seaview||340 Kn - 45€||425 Kn - 55€||570 Kn - 75€||380 Kn - 50€|
|*APARTMENT Martina||300 Kn - 40€||425 Kn - 55€||570 Kn - 75€||380 Kn - 50€|
|**CAMERE 2/2||270 Kn - 35€||380 Kn - 50€||420 Kn - 55€||300 Kn - 40€|
*APARTMENT - daily for 2 person;
**ROOMS - daily for 2 person;
Breakfast: 45 kn;
Additional bed – 40 kn;
Air conditioner – 40 kn;
Located at the foot of Mount Učka and Učka Nature Park, Opatija is an excellent venue for both summer and winter holidays. The area's wonderful nature and parks, old Austro-Hungarian villas, well-tended promenades and beaches continue attracting visitors to this town that boasts a 160-year tradition of tourism. Opatija is Croatia's leading convention and congress resort. The town also hosts numerous festivals, concerts, exhibitions and other cultural and sporting events. Opatija offers a wide range of cultural and entertainment events throughout the year. Opatija is located on the eastern coast of the Istrian peninsula, at the foot of Mount Učka. It is the centre of the Liburnian area that stretches from Plomin in the south, along the coastline and the mountain ranges of Učka and Ćićarija, all the way to Rupa and Kastav in the north. Opatija is a picturesque holiday resort renowned for its tradition and well-tended appearance. Down through the years, this town has been visited by many distinguished statesmen, scientist, artists and other famous people.
Volosko is a fishing village whose quaint old parts are characterised by traditional houses, narrow lanes and steep flights of stone steps. This is definitely one of the most appealing fishing villages on the Opatija Riviera. The first records of Volosko date back to the mid-16th century. Today Volosko is recognisable for its two quays with red and green lighthouses, and the typical Mediterranean architecture of the old town, an inexhaustible source of inspiration to many artists. In the harbour, there are several excellent fish restaurants and taverns offering traditional dishes and seafood specialities. On summer evenings it is particularly beautiful to sit on a bench here and enjoy this beautiful environment. Here in Volosko, only one kilometre from the centre of Opatija, you can experience the original Mediterranean atmosphere in the ambience of a quaint harbour where fishing nets are spread out in the harbour while light summer breeze brings gentle sounds of traditional melodies.
If Croatian tourism can be said to have a birthplace, then it definitely has to be Opatija's Villa Angiolina. In the mid-19th century, Iginio Scarpa, a rich merchant from Rijeka, was searching for a place where he could find a little peace for himself and his family.
He found that place in Opatija and built the Villa Angiolina in 1844.
Who was Angiolina? Angiolina was Scarpa's late wife, having died 12 years before. Born in Trieste, contemporaries wrote that she was a very beautiful woman.
Scarpa and his sons came here mostly in summer. Over time, the Villa Angiolina gained a reputation as a nice place to escape from daily routine and political problems for a while, and started being visited by many distinguished guests of that time. In 1860, the Empress Maria Anna, wife of the Austro-Hungarian Emperor Ferdinand I, spent almost three months at the villa, making Opatija very popular among the Viennese aristocracy.
As a result, many famous personalities subsequently came to Opatija, including the Emperor Franz Joseph, the writers Henryk Sienkiewicz, Ivo Andrić, James Joyce, Anton Pavlović Čehov, and Gabriele D’Annunzio, the dancer Isadora Duncan, the composer Gustav Mahler, the botanist Heinrich Noe, the Croatian ban Josip Jelačić with his wife Sofija, and many more. They all came to Opatija in a passionate search for fascination, and this town never failed to fascinate them.
Word about this quiet seaside town with its fragrant vegetation and balmy climate soon started spreading among the aristocracy. This in turn started attracting ambitious investors, whose development of hotels and other tourist facilities in the neighbourhood of the Villa Angiolina would soon transform Opatija from a small fishing village into the fashionable health and tourist resort that we know today.
An important role in this development was also played by some Croatian physicians such as Felice Jačić, Šime Mandić and Matija Šporer, who had the idea of establishing a health resort in this area. The idea was soon realised: as early as 1889, Opatija was declared a climatic health resort. This made Opatija the first town on the Croatian Adriatic with the status of a tourist resort.
Opatija Riviera offers high-quality services and facilities tailored to meet the needs of even the most demanding guests, making this destination one of the most fashionable resorts in the Mediterranean area. Opatija successfully combines its traditional heritage with the most modern of services. Typical of this Riviera is its unique mixture of 19th-century Austro-Hungarian heritage, a wide range of modern 4- and 5-star hotels, a choice of high-quality programmes and events, local customs and traditions, and impeccable professional services.
Opatija is a perfect venue for summer holidays, relaxation, wellness and health services, business meetings, or other business activities that can be combined with holidays. The area boasts a packed calendar of cultural and sporting events, and a wide range of recreational, educational and other activities.
Opatija's main advantage is its wonderful coastline. The combination of the area's crystal-clear sea, beautiful coastline and balmy climate has long been recognised as Opatija Riviera's main feature. Its coast with many coves and quaint small towns with a rich cultural and historical heritage provides a perfect setting for swimming, but also for exploring this area by boat. Summer holidays in Opatija are an adventure, a story to tell your friends about a destination that continues inspiring its guests. Opatija is a daydream come true, to which you will always return.
Kestenovi su, otkako ovdje boravim, dobili velike pupoljke, poneko grmlje počinje blještati svijetlim zelenilom, ali su hrastovi riđi, platane suhe kao šibe, - tek je sama obala opšivene lovorovim cvijećem i čempresima, a taj zeleni val dodiruje se s morskim plavetnilom.
Pitaš me je li more safirne boje? Ne.Više je tirkzino, s neizmjerno delikatnim tonovima. Otoci nasuprot Opatiji zbog udaljenosti čine se plavijim od same morske dubine. Zrak je neprestance vrlo proziran. Parobrode, koji s vremena na vrijeme lome glatku površinu, vidim tako savršeno da mogu razlikovati osobe na palubi, premda prolaze na nekoliko stotina metara. Ne znam je li takvo moje raspoloženje, ali ovdje mi se sviđa. Kada mjesec izlazi, park se trese od slavuja.
Tako je o Opatiji, rodnom mjestu hrvatskog turizma, pisao njezin gost, slavni poljski književnik Henryk Sienkiewicz. Bit će da je u Opatiji bio krajem zime. Zašto bi taj podatak mogao biti zanimljiv? Turistički počeci bilježe kako su gosti više od opatijskog ljeta držali do opatijske zime, zbog lokalne blage klime. I plaćali su je skuplje. Krajem 19. stoljeća ljeti se za jednu sobu na dan plaćao između jedne i četiri forinte, a zimi između jedne i pet forinti.