Looking for something a bit chi-chi? Then book a holiday in Jakacici!
Istria, Croatia, is full of picturesque villages in different municipalities and almost all of them have something unique to offer in terms of beaches and monuments. Staying in Jakačići holiday rentals can, for instance give you an opportunity to enjoy the village of not just Jakačići, but also the municipality of Gračišće that it belongs to. When you stay in the Jakačići accommodation, you can enjoy villages like Batlug, Skopljak, Bazgalji, Mandalencici and Miltoski Breg which are all parts of the municipality of Gračišće. One of the most popular activities of holiday goers here is the architecture that can be found in the old churches and monuments here. So you can use the opportunity of staying in Jakačići apartments to visit churches, like the Parish Church of St. Vitus, which was built in 1769.
Vacations in Jakacici – where time stands still
There is also the Gothic residence of Palace of Salomon. The Church of the Mother of God at the Square is also a great place to visit. This church dates back to 1425. There are other churches, like the Church of St. Anthony of Padova and the Church of St. Euphemia that dates back to 1383. Staying in Jakačići villas will also give you a chance to walk around and take a look at the profusion of 15th century houses that speak of a time gone by. Gračišće is a town where time seems to have stood still. Its history, in terms of human habitation, goes back to more than 2,000 years back. It was a fortified town and stood strong against invaders with strong walls that ensconced its citizens.
Mountain retreats with our Jakacici cottage rentals
Today, you can see the remains of one of the towers can still be seen. It is an amazing sight indeed for the tower dates to the 15th century. You can also take in the mountains of the Dolomites, Ucka and the Julian Alps while on holiday here. The town fortress of Kozljak is a great sight too for it is a hilltop citadel and dates back to the 12th century. Staying in Jakačići holidayhomes will also give you a chance to see some old churches. You could start your “church tour” by visiting the Church of Marijana Placu, which was built in 1425. There is also the hiking trail that begins at the church of Sv. Simun and takes you through some fabulously picturesque vistas to the Church of Mary Magdalene. A Jakačići holiday can also give you the chance to explore the Bregi Cave, which is a long cave. Its length is around 2,045 metres.
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