Komiža, island of Vis, Croatia
100 - 400 EUR/night
Restored and renovated in 2005, Casa Dida is a charming, two-storey, town house situated in a tiny courtyard just off Ribarska ulica - Komiza's main pedestrian walkway.
Entrance to the property is through a gate and small outdoor patio. A kitchen, dining area and small bathroom occupy the ground floor. A flight of stone steps leads upstairs along the exterior of the building to the first floor with main bathroom and extra kitchenette. There are four double bedrooms and a bathroom spread over the first and second floors.
The bedroom windows have birdseye views of the treetops and pantiled roofs. The rooms are bright and airy, painted in warm shades of lemon and terracotta. The bedrooms have beautiful old wardrobes and dresser drawers. The floors are hardwood, the furnishings tasteful and uncluttered. All in all, a house of character and charm.
The Church of Our Lady of the Pirates and pine-fringed pebbly beach is a 5-minute stroll from the house. Bako, our favourite Komiza restaurant, famous for its romantic beachfront candlelit dinners, is just around the corner. Greengrocers, shops, market and cafés are all nearby.