Apartment Stella 542
Apartmens Stella are located in a nice little town of Gajana, near Vodnjan, only 6 km from the nearest beaches.
The apartments offer accommodation for 2 – 8 persons and each app has his own parking place, terrace or balcony.
Guests can use the 24 hours internet and they can also use the grill.
Air-conditioned apartments have size of:
Apartment Stella (6+2) – 90 m2
Studio Stella (2+1) – 38 m2
The apartments are great for spending relaxing holidays with your friends or your family.
Apartments are very similar, each with one or three bedrooms and one extra bed in the living room or in the kitchen. Apartment is located on the first floor, and studio is located on the ground floor. Apartments are well equipped with a bathroom with shower, kitchen, dining room and balcony, satellite TV and Wi-Fi.
Apartments have air conditioning and parking is provided on site.
A pizzeria is 200 metres away and a grocery shop is 500 metres from the property. A restaurant serving traditional and international dishes, as well as the nearest bar, are located 200 metres away. The local bus line from Vodnjan will take you directly to the Pula town center.
Vodnjan is a town in the southwestern region of Istria, 10 km from Pula. According to a legend it was founded from a group of seven villas which were a part of Pula’s colonial property. This is an area of old traditions, built on the traces of prehistoric buildings. The center of the town maintains its medieval look with tight streets which swerve between houses, with stone facades, old streets in the characteristic Gothic-Venetian, Renaissance and Baroque styles, as well as numerous churches filled with memories and works. The town is full of cultural and historical monuments: church of St. Blaž (built on the remains of an early Roman church destroyed in 1781, whose size with its dome reach 25 meters, making it the largest parish church in Istria), Our Lady of Carmel, church of St. Jacob (evidence of important historical events, such as the signing of the peace treaty with Pula in 1331), church of St. Catherine, church of St. Mary Traverse and the palace of the Bettica family (a popular castle built in 1330 which today holds a museum). Through generations, the city’s inhabitants have passed down their rich local folklore, valuable and colorful traditional clothing, hair jewelry, centuries old songs, dances and ceremonies. The main economic activities are farming, wine production, olive growing, livestock breeding and tourism. Vodnjan and its surrounding area are a well known agrarian region, especially due to its wine and olive oil traditions. The old torca in Vodnjan reminds us of the traditional method of milling olives. If you are a culinary enthusiast, you can taste the specialties of this region in the restaurants “Girotondo”, “Mali Bože”, “San Rocco” and “21”. There are various sports and recreation activities in Vodnjan, such as cycling, horseback riding, golf, tennis, beach volleyball, fishing or, if you enjoy the depths of the sea, you can explore underwater rocks, the variety of the sea world and the remains of ships. During the summer time, Vodnjan hosts various festivities, such as the “Lavender Festival”, “Leron” (international folklore festival) and “Sweet Summer” (tasting of traditional desserts). While in Vodnjan, do not miss the opportunity to visit Pula and Rovinj.