|Villa Pape is situated on a hill, which may give you a little bit of trouble when arriving for the first time, but the superb sea views are worth it. Located about 2km from the city center, the area is peaceful and quiet. We are a nice distance from city noise and activity. We are perfectly located for someone who doesn’t mind a walk or short drive into the center of town but doesn’t want to have the city noise right outside the bedroom window!
Owned and run by the Rakic family, we pride ourselves on offering a warm and friendly welcome to all visitors seeking a comfortable base for their visit to Trogir. We are a
family friendly establishment offering bed and breakfast as well as self-catering accommodations that are a great value for the price. We are down to earth, easy-going and not pretentious in the least. Although our place provides excellent accommodations with all the modern conveniences, we are not trying to compete with five star resorts. We enjoy getting to know a bit about our guests---we are more interested in whom people are rather than what they have or if they are following the latest trends! In return, we find pleasure in sharing information about our Croatian culture: history, language, food, wine…...
We also concentrate on social consciousness, which is evident throughout our establishment.
Generally, we have no problem accommodating special requests that are reasonable. In addition, we are usually available to make suggestions and help with plans for the area as well as for other parts of Croatia. We are proud of our home, culture and country and invite you to be a part of it.
Beside bed and breakfast and self-catering accommodation, WE OFFER FOOD TASTING, COOKING CLASSES and all information regarding our CULTURE and area.
Villa PaPe Sustainable Policy: We are concentrated on social consciousness and education by buying goods from the local market, encouraging our guests to use local products and services, and giving all information regarding CROATIAN CULTURE and language because we noticed that many international guides were giving wrong information regarding the Croatian culture, language and tradition.