Escape to our Severina, a 150m² Dalmation stone townhouse located in Trogir, near Split. With 4 floors and an outdoor terrace, Severina offers you and your guests all the luxury amenities you could need for an unforgettable getaway in Croatia.

Fully air-conditioned with 3 bedrooms and 2.5 bathrooms, Severina can comfortably accommodate up to 6 guests. The master bedroom suite is located on the 1st floor and is furnished with a large double bed, a walk-in closet and an en-suite bathroom with a bath. Bedrooms 2 and 3 are located on the 2nd floor and share a bathroom with a shower. Bedroom 2 is furnished with two single beds and bedroom 3 is furnished with a large double bed. An additional WC toilet room is located on the ground floor.

Step into Severina's ground floor where you will find a beautifully renovated living area in a warm minimalist style. After a long day, you and your guests can relax on the comfortable yellow sofas in front of the tv. Take the stairs up to the third floor to find the dining area, furnished with a dining table that can seat up to 6 guests and an open kitchen, fully equipped with everything you could need to prepare your meals. From the third floor, you can also access the glass mezzanine lounge area.

On a beautiful day, step out onto the outdoor terrace and relax on one of the lounge chairs and enjoy the view of the old city. You will find a barbecue grill outside available for your use.

Severina is well located in Trogir's town center. From Severina, you will be 5km away from Split Airport, a 10-minute walk from the ferry that can take you to Split and a short drive away to many beautiful beaches including public beach, Trogir, and Marinova Draga Beach, restaurants, bars and shops.

Book your Croatian getaway and stay at our Severina today!


Coffee machine


Balcony / terrace
Secure parking
Swimming pool
Indoor swimming pool
Sauna / Steaming room
Inhouse gym
Pet friendly

Description - Trogir

Gorgeous Trogir (called Trau by the Venetians) is set within medieval walls on a tiny island, linked by bridges to both the mainland and to the far larger Čiovo Island. On summer nights everyone gravitates to the wide seaside promenade lined with bars, cafes and yachts, leaving the knotted, mazelike marble streets gleaming mysteriously under old-fashioned streetlights.

The old town has retained many intact and beautiful buildings from its age of glory between the 13th and 15th centuries. In 1997 its profuse collection of Romanesque and Renaissance buildings earned it World Heritage status.

While it's easily reached on a day trip from Split, Trogir also makes a good alternative base to the big city and a relaxing place to spend a few days.