This Lighthouse Airbnb In Croatia Offers A Panoramic View Of The Adriatic Sea
Who needs hostels and hotels when you can stay at a lighthouse when traveling overseas? This particular lighthouse is located on the island of Hvar in Croatia, overlooking the Adriatic Sea.
The atypical Airbnb sleeps eight and will cost you $37 a night per person if you bring a full house. The lighthouse was built in 1889 and consists of a square stone tower and a house that has a ground floor and an attic.
This luxurious lighthouse has four rooms, eight beds, a cot and a modern kitchen. Guests can either cook for themselves or opt to have a professional chef cook for them — because why not go all out? In the summertime, you and your friends can also make use of the outdoor BBQ grill and boat deck. Boats can be rented upon request.
- Four bedrooms with eight beds
- One cot
- Four bathrooms
- A fully-functional kitchen (with a stove, oven, microwave, refrigerator, dishwasher and dishes)
- Free WiFi
- Cable TV
- BBQ grill
- Private seaside patio
- Parking on premises
Here’s how to make this dream vacation a reality:
The lighthouse is located on the eastern tip of Croatia’s island of Hvar in a small fishing town called Sućuraj. The closest airports to Hvar are Split (Resnik) airport, Dubrovnik airport and Brac airport. To get to one of these airports from the United States, you’ll have to take an initial flight to another more-traveled-to European destination (like Vienna, Zurich or Geneva) and then hop on a connecting flight to Croatia. Once you land in Croatia at one of the aforementioned airports, you can take the ferry to Hvar. Once there, rent a car or take a taxi for the remainder of the trip to your lighthouse.
So friends, when are we going?
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