Istria is a magical country, and Peroj is an ancient picturesque Istrian village step to the Brijuni Islands, in a south – western Istrian coast. It is situated 10 km from Pula, 3 km from Fažana, Barbariga & Vodnjan, and 23 km to Rovinj, placed vis-a-vis National park Brijuni Islands.
House is placed at the centre of the village, called "Vela Pjaca".
Villa Meschi is a traditional Istrian stone house restored in 2010th.
It's house with three apartments. Apartment "Dandelion" on the first floor, and studio apartment "Tavern" in the ground floor are designed for tourists.
Park place in the village is always insured, and the sea is 800 m from center, Pjaca, where the house is positioned.
Villa notes signs of antiquity, and presents it in completely new way.
Studio apartment "TAVERN" accepts 2 persons, exceptionally 3 / kid; consists of sleeping & living room, kitchen, dining room and bathroom (30m2).
The apartment provides television and the Internet. Fresh linens & towels, kitchen accessories, coffee machine & hair dryer included.
House has garden with terraces, fountain, barbecue, sitting set & deckchairs.
Come BY CAR :) or rent a car, area is perfect to explore !
- The guest is obliged to apply for residence / is required by the local community. The guest pays in tourist office when he check in the apartment: 3 € adults for the entire stay, children 1,5 €.
From season 2014. apply for residence free - stars internet check in for tourists.
Newsagent’ s, Bakery, hairdresser, Supermarket, Pizzeria & Restaurant. In the village there is a vivid culture life. Village has library, small museum & three ancient churches.
Peroj lies on the southwestern coast of Istria, north of fishing town of Fažana, half a mile from the coast. With its beautiful views of the Fažana channel and the Brijuni islands, surrounded by olive trees and vineyards and centuries old tree called ladonja located on the old square, Peroj has always been attractive for its charm. The Peroj’s coast is composed of limestone rocks that extend to the bays Portić, Marić and Dragonera.
In its western part, there are some unique religious buildings: the medieval church of St. Stephen, Church of St. Spiridon and Church St. Fosca.
The inhabitants of Peroj are especially proud of the quality olive oil and their wines. The connection between Peroj’s inhabitants and olives has existed for centuries and its importance emphasized the former usage, by which young men were required to plant 40 olive threes before they got married.
The interesting thing of Peroj are the Montenegrins, who, 356 years after their arrival, have maintained their Orthodox faith, language and Cyrillic alphabet, which is visible on the tombstones. They cherish their customs and religious glory and speak with their archaic language.
Peroj is peaceful, but live an active cultural life.
The major annual event is Peroj Night - folk festival, theater, dance nights, concerts, at the end of July.
Balance of intimacy, privacy and silence, and good time on the other side of the tale are the main advantages of our story.