Set in the quiet, shady, narrow street in the middle of the old town of Jelsa, surrounded by traditional stone houses and small tranquil squares, this charming, new built house, fully combines the best of two worlds – an indigenous Mediterranean lifestyle and pure modernism. The house was built in 2017, designed by Dinko Peračić, architect from Split who has been honoured with a series of awards and describes himself as an explorer of the culture of space and who represented Croatia on 15th International Architecture Exhibition in Venice.It’s spacious front yard with lounges and sunshades, surrounded by stone wall, providing full privacy, is connected with the living room and the kitchen by large sliding doors, making it more than 120 square meters of the open space, ideal for the outdoor Summer way of life. Even it is located in the quiet neighborhood, Villa Nika is just few steps away from the city center with shops, bars, restaurants, pharmacy and beautiful kids friendly pebble beach. Villa spreads over two floors. At the ground floor there is spacious living room with sofa bed that can be transformed into a comfortable double bed, fully equipped kitchen, bathroom with shower and storage with laundry washer. At the first floor there are three bedrooms, two with the double bed and one with two single beds, large bathroom with the walk-in shower and storage for the baggage. The beds are equipped with the top class metrices made by “Bavaria-Wolltex,” famous Austrian bedding producing company and all rooms have atmospheric lightning ensuring full enjoyment.