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Croatia | Central Dalmatia | Area Omiš | Lokva Rogoznica | Apartments Edita & Robert

 Contact: Mrs. Mira Džajić | Adress: Put Lokve 5 - Ruskamen, 21317 Lokva Rogoznica | Phone: 00385 21 871271 | GSM: 00385 91 3323924

Sea: 50 m | Beach: 50 m | Center: 500 m | Restaurant: 5000 m | Disco club: 5000 m | Supermarket: 500 m
Bank: 5000 m | Doctor: 5000 m | Pharmacy: 5000 m | Petrol station: 5500 m | Airport: 40000 m | Drive way: 30 m

Beaches in Lokva Rogoznica

House & Terraces in Apartments Edita & Robert

Accommodations 1 (Apartments for 2 - 5 persons; 30 - 80 EUR/night)

Capacity & Prices of accommodation

Type of
m2 Persons 10.07. - 27.08. 28.08. - 09.07.
Apartment P I - 4 + 1 persons 65 EUR/night 45 EUR/night
Apartment P II - 3 + 2 persons 75 EUR/night 50 EUR/night
Apartment A I - 4 + 1 persons 75 EUR/night 50 EUR/night
Apartment A II - 5 persons 80 EUR/night 55 EUR/night
Apartment A III/1 - 2 + 1 persons 50 EUR/night 35 EUR/night
Apartment A III/2 - 2 persons 40 EUR/night 30 EUR/night
Apartment A IV/1 - 2 + 1 persons 50 EUR/night 35 EUR/night
Apartment A IV/2 - 2 persons 40 EUR/night 30 EUR/night
Apartment A V - 3 + 2 persons 70 EUR/night 45 EUR/night

Parking: YES | Grill: YES | Terrace: YES | Internet: YES | SAT-TV: YES | Air condition: YES | Pets: NO
The accommodation´s tax is included in the prices.
Advance payment: 20 %.
Season 01.07. - 01.09.
Off season before 01.07. and after 01.09. tourist tax included in price
Up to 3 days + 30% to a price
Using the air conditioning is included in the price (5 hrs⁄day) and an additional hour per air conditioner is charged 0,60 €⁄hour.
One parking space insured/apartment
Note: arrival after 14:00h, departure untill 10:00h
Discount for longer or out-season accommodation.

  We give you few good reasons to visit us!
Only 30 km from Split you will find Ruskamen, a small place by the coast. Here you can find all things necessary for an ideal vacation, whether you want to spend time with your family or have active, thrill-seeking holidays. Apartments “Edita and Robert” offer comfortable and spacious apartment-type accommodation. Friendly hosts, nearby beach, open terrace with grill, parking facility and short travelling distance to Split, Omiš, Makarska, Cetina river and the island of Brač will make your holidays here a real pleasure.

The Adriatic road is the only way in and out and in the summer months it can be a real bottleneck. The biggest attractions are the long sandy and gravel beaches which attract millions of tourists, who for the most part find their accommodation in private houses and camps. The center of the city of Omiš is located on the river mouth of Cetina, and since its beginnings has represented and important strategic stronghold. There are numerous chronicles of battles waged for this area between "the pirates of Omiš" and conquerors such as the Turks, Venetians and French. Today two forts over the city remain, Mirabela (at an altitude of 245 meters) built in the 13th century and Starigrad.

  Windsurfing in Ruskamen:
All the necessary microclimatic conditions make Ruskamen an ideal spot for “wind hunters” - wind-surfers make a common sight at Ruskamen. Summertime maestral wind is strong enough to please the more experienced surfers, as well as the ones who are just starting.

  Rafting on river Cetina:
Cetina river is one of the most beautiful and cleanest Croatian rivers. In its lower stream, just ahead of river mouth at the town of Omiš , the river formed a magnificent canyon, in most of its part completely inaccessible to hikers. The narrow canyon is perfect for white-water rafting, one of the most popular new outdoor activities in Dalmatia.

This attractive town and port is the centrepiece of the Makarska Riviera, a 50km stretch of coast at the foot of Biokovo Mountain, the highest one in whole Mediterranean (1762 m),. The steep, barren mountain descends to the coast in a series of cliffs and ridges, forming an impressive backdrop to a string of beautiful pebble beaches. The foothills are protected from harsh winds and covered in lush Mediterranean greenery pine forests, olive groves, figs and fruit trees. With an abundance of hiking and swimming possibilities in such a spectacular natural setting, it's unsurprising that tourism has a long history in this region. The recent war in the former Yugoslavia severely disrupted the flow of visitors however, and, outside of a short summer season that runs from about six weeks in July and August, you should find the area relatively uncrowded the rest of the year. Makarska is the largest town in the region and makes a good base for exploring both the coast and Biokovo Mountain.
Located on a large cove bordered by Cape Osejava in the south-east and the Sveti Petar Peninsula in the north-west, the landscape is dominated by the Biokovo Mountain looming over the town. The roads and trails that crisscross the limestone massif may be irresistible to hikers but the less energetic can simply lie on the beach and watch the day-long play of light and shadow on the mountain's cracks and crevices.

Međugorje stands for one of the well known Catholic religion pilgrimage locations, situated close to the town of Čitluk in the south of Bosnia and Herzegovina . The town of some 4300 inhabitants became famous for Marian apparitions, which first started in 1981. Since then, this Herzegovina village became a popular tourist destination, second only to Sarajevo and attracting millions of Catholics every year. Very much different from the pilgrimage in French Lourdes, which became a 6-million-tourist-a-year commercial paradise, Međugorje still managed to keep its original charm, offering religious peace to pilgrims. The centre of the Shrine of the Queen of Peace, as is the official name of Međugorje, is the Church of St. Jacob in the centre of the village.

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