Scenic Stone House
Located in the pittoresque and peaceful village of Vrisnik, in the heart of Hvar island. Being on an elevated terrain, it has a magnificent distant outlook over the surrounding landscape. Two sunny terraces, a swimming pool (6m × 4m × 140cm), both indoor and outdoor fireplaces. Enjoy it with friends and family - during the summer by the poolside with an abundance of sun, or outside of the high season, enjoy calmth and a moderate climate. If you are up for a more adventurous type of holiday, this is a great place for hiking, biking, canoeing, sightseeing and boat trips. There are many charming villages nearby, lots of restaurants that serve the tasty and healthy local cuisine. During your stay, we even include a broad selection of our own home made local products: wine, olive oil, vinegar, different kind of grapes and all kind of season fruits and vegetables.
NUMBER OF GUESTS: 8
NUMBER OF BEDROOMS: 4
NUMBER OF BEDS: 8
NUMBER OF BATHROOMS: 2
- Swimming pool
- Fireplaces, in- and outside
- Wireless internet
- A beautiful view
Villa and Village
Lay back on the terrace to make your soul come to peace, forget about time, bathe in idyllic serenity while overlooking the valley
The Swimming Pool
The west side of the tower features a swimming pool. It is sheltered by trees, and overlooks the sea and the old town of Ibiza.
From the tower you can see the old town of Formentera, the salt flats, and the hills of Cap des Falco, beautifully colored during sunsets.
The Vegetable Garden
Guests can pick fresh vegetables and herbs like tomatoes, lettuce, and mint in the vegetable garden. Next to the garden is a chef's table with enough room for ten people.
David is the gardener and is available for questions and problems.
The Grgicevic Family has inhabited The village of Vrisnik since the beginning of time. Pjero Grgicevic is one of the few people that mastered the craft of building stone houses the local traditional way. He rebuilt the old house that stood on the place where now Villa Ambroz resides, the villa being named after his father Ambroz Grgicevic.
The neighbouring houses belong to the relatives and in this small community everyone reaches out to help one another. While some of our family members moved to Jelsa or elsewhere, our hearts still belong to Vrisnik, and the intertwined village of Humac. Humac is an old settlement further east on the island, that the inhabitants of Vrisnik used as temporary homes to work in the fields. We are currently renovating houses in Humac to restore this historical heritage and revive the village.
Being people of the island, we live off the land and the sea, produce fruits, vegetables and catch fish.