First things first: the view from the spacious balcony is breathtaking. It's 180 degrees of Adriatic gorgeousness. (But be aware you share the balcony with the next-door apartment.) You're also beyond the main part of Okrug Gornji, so it's pretty quiet (at least it was in early June). The apartment itself is ok. It's not in any way luxurious, but nor does the price promise it will be. It needs a bit of TLC (there are wires coming out of the walls, taped off; a cupboard door in the kitchen is missing; etc.), but it's all at least adequate. The only place to cook is a small double electric hotplate, which looks about 30+ years old and is temperamental. There's no microwave or oven, so you are best just using the kitchen for breakfast (although there are lots of utensils and plenty of plates, etc. There's also a good espresso machine!). The sitting area is rather poky, but one of the two bedrooms is quite a good size. The other is definitely only for the kids. There was no WiFi when we stayed, but we piggybacked off a neighbour's (which the owners arranged). We never met the owners, but they were helpful by text. One of the owners' mother lives close by and was also helpful. We enjoyed our stay here, despite the drawbacks, because the view is to die for, and everything else was manageable. It represents good value - just don't expect anything fancy.
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