Villa Helen   Orasac, Croatia
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This elegantly decorated Villa Helen is situated in the seaside town of Orasac which lies within easy access of Dubrovnik city. The villa is approached via a country lane into the parking area. The villa is set on 3 floors and can be approached via the parking area(around 15 steps) or via the main entrance (around 8 steps). The ground floor features the main entrance hall, spacious lounge, beautifully designed kitchen with Central Island, dining room which can seat up to 10 persons, guest cloakroom. Doors from the lounge lead out to a shady sea view patio. The first floor features 5 bedrooms in total detailed as follows: 3 double (queen size) bedrooms with en-suite bathrooms, walk in wardrobes and doors leading out to a shared sea view terrace with seating. There is also one bedroom with twin beds and garden view and one bedroom with daybed plus additional pull out bed and pool view. The second floor (eaves) features a master bedroom with double (kingsize) bed, sofa seating area and 2 balconies, one with sea view and one with pool view. There is a separate spacious bathroom. There is also another double(queen size) bedroom and walk in wardrobe. Outside, guests can enjoy a terraced outdoor pool with sea view. There is also a covered outdoor kitchen near the pool area with BBQ pit and seating for up to 14 persons. The pool is accessed via steps down from the house. It can also be accessed from the kitchen.


  • Interior
  • Air Conditioning
  • Cable/Satellite TV
  • Dining Room
  • Fireplace
  • Laundry
  • Sound System
  • Exterior
  • BBQ
  • Garage
  • Jacuzzi Outdoor
  • Loungers
  • Patio
  • Pool Outdoor
  • Pool Outdoor Heated
  • Building
  • Terrace
  • Location
  • Water View


Orasac is a village in southern Croatia, 14 km northwest from Dubrovnik, between Trsteno and Zaton. It is located in the Dubrovacko Primorje (Dubrovnik littoral). This village was founded around AD 1040. In the centre of the town the houses are built close to each other. This once was a means of protection from the Neretva pirates. There are many old churches (such as the St Nicholas church build in 1250) and chapels, including the Arapovo castle, where the chief magistrate of Florence, the gonfalonier Piero Soderini is believed to have stayed, before he left for Florence in 1512. Six villages are scattered in the surrounding area. The main road in Orasac leads inland to villages of Gromaca, Klisevo, Ljubac and others located in the hills. Gromaca is known for its cave and traditional ecological tourism. Ljubac is located in a valley between three hills which forms an astonishing natural amphitheatre. In these villages there are farmers who produce homemade goat cheese and wine. The roads of these villages lead for 25 km through the inland until you end up in Slano.