Villa Lelia

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Sleeps: 18 Bedrooms: 9 Bathrooms: 9


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Pool Modern
Great Value
Beach Nearby Ideal for Kids
Pets on Request
Hot Tub All Bedrooms En-Suite

If you are a group of friends or a large, multi-generational family looking for a fantastic, spacious villa with character, charm and close proximity to a beach, then the outstanding Villa Lelia is a very good bet. This stunning villa is located on the wonderful Island of Pasman in the Zadar archipelago, separated from the Croatian mainland and the towns of Zadar and Biograd by the Pasman Channel. Villa Lelia can sleep a whopping 18 guests in 9 incredible, dreamy bedroom suites. Villa Lelia, originally built in 1812 and oozing characterful appeal, is made up of a main house and several outbuildings housing many of the idyllic bedroom suites. The buildings surround a wonderful swimming pool and various terraces. To the front of the property is a gorgeous, beautifully planted garden.

The villa is situated in the village of Tkon on Pasman. It can be reached by ferry from Biograd in just 15 minutes. Once you have arrived, you can walk to restaurants, cafes, supermarkets and stunning beaches. The nearest beach is directly in front the villa, very hard to beat.

Villa Lelia features beautiful exposed stone walls and vast brilliant white walls which look like a gallery. Certainly the huge pieces of contemporary art look perfect in their settings. Within the main house, you will find the chef’s dream of a kitchen with its sleek, shiny cupboards and excellent appliances. This is also the interior dining area with two tables and chairs for such a large group. The exposed stone walls blend perfectly with the furniture and kitchen cabinetry. The games room is another delight with a profssional billiard table and table football.

All nine bedrooms are palatial gems, all very individual and uniquely decorated. They are extravagant, opulent and incredibly spacious. Most feature exposed stone walls, huge contemporary artworks and enormous beds in the centre of the room. Each has a lavish bathroom, some of which are tucked away but others are central and very much part of the room. You will find bedroom suites with sumptuous seating arrangements, some with terrace access and most with gorgeous, panoramic views towards the small harbour and beach. You will find chandeliers, velvet day beds, vaulted ceilings and probably some of the biggest beds you have ever seen! It is very hard to choose which is the best bedroom as they are all so individual. Maybe you will choose the one with the freestanding bath in the room, maybe you will be stunned by a particular painting, or maybe an enormous walk-in shower will do it! No one could possibly be disappointed! You will all enjoy the sleep of kings in exquisite linens.

Behind the main house is the pool and a jacuzzi, perfect for relaxing and enjoying the fabulous scenes in front of you. Guests can enjoy alfresco dining with a choice of magical spots. Perhaps the one within the garden at the front of the villa with the sea view or perhaps the upper terrace looking down on the pool. You may even want to hire a private chef for several of your meals. This beautifully renovated villa is top notch, you will not regret it!

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What you should know…

  • Villa Lelia consists of a main house with two further buildings which house many of the bedroom suites
  • Each bedroom enjoys a lavish and beautiful ensuite bathroom as well as beautiful artwork and stunning, feature walls
  • You will enjoy some delicious gastronomy and local delicacies when staying on the Island of Pasman
  • Please let our Concierge Team know if you would like the services of a private chef or anything else

This home is a part of our Great Value Collection!

Our great value homes:

  • may be traditionally styled for a laid back feeling
  • may have some simple amenities and features
  • mean that you can enjoy top holiday destinations for less!

Property Features

Private Pool Wi-Fi/Internet Air-Con Hot Tub Cooling Jacuzzi BBQ Hairdryer All Bedrooms En-Suite Satellite TV Games Room Pool/Snooker

The Villa

Villa Leila is a unique property with nine bedrooms and is located in Tkon on the island of Pasman. It consists of the main building and ancillary buildings; the pool and the covered terrace are in the middle.

Main House
- Large fully equipped kitchen with two dining tables & breakfast bar
- Five double bedrooms with en-suite bathroom and small living area
- Games room with billiard table and table football

Small separate house
- Two double bedrooms with en-suite bathroom and small living area

Second small house
- Two double bedrooms with en-suite bathroom and small living area

Exterior Grounds

- Private swimming pool
- Covered Jacuzzi
- Terrace with sunloungers and parasols
- Outdoor dining area
- Barbecue
- Fenced garden


About the surrounding area of Villa Lelia
Beach Nearby Outstanding Landscapes Outdoor Pursuit & Activities Tourist Towns & Villages
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The Island of Pasman is part of the Zadar archipelago, situated off the mainland between Zadar and Sibenik. Pasman is known as the island with the largest green surface in Croatia. The rapid Pasman stream changes course every six hours and makes the sea one of the clearest in the Adriatic. There are remains of Roman architecture, stone inscriptions and coins confirming that the island was inhabited during the Roman rule in Dalmatia. Visitors can explore the primative fortifications at elevated sites in the Illyric town Gradine. Above Tkon, on the beautiful hill of Cokovac, is the Benedictine monastery of St Cosmos and Damien which dates back to 1125. In Kraj you will find a Franciscan monastery built in 1390. There are numerous sandy bays around the coastline of the island including seven between Tkon and Ugrinic. The most famous beach is Matlovac in Zdrelac and Tratica in Kraj is also very popular with families. The gastronomy of Pasman is centred around fish, locally grown vegetables, Dalmation herbs and Dalmation olive oil. Some specialities include prosciutto dried on the bura north wind, salted cheese from the Island of Pag and lamb. There are not any nightclubs on the island but there are some buzzy beach bars. If you want a nightclub then you should head for Zadar.

From Pasman, you can enjoy many day trips. You can visit the neighbouring Island of Uglijan via a bridge, one of the national parks including the Kornati National Park, the Krka waterfalls and Paklenica National Park or one of the towns along the coast. It is quick to get to Zadar, Sibenik, Trogir or Split. You may want a days hiking in the Velebit mountain range or a rafting trip on the Zrmanja River. The Nature Park Telascica and the Lake Vrana are both beautiful.

The dramatic, wild mountain range of Velebit is sensational with two national parks, the Northern Velebit National Park and the Paklenica National Park, a biosphere reserve, forests, deep canyons, caves, paths, cycle routes, botanical gardens and exciting wildlife including Balkam chamois, red deer, brown bears, wolf and lynx. In the foothills of Velebit, the Modric cave is an absolute gem. Velebit’s Church of Sv Juraj (St. George) in the heart of the town is a fantastic example of ancient Croatian architecture. Velebit is the largest, though not the highest, mountain range in Croatia, forming part of the Dinaric Alps. The popular spots are the peak of Vucjak above Zavizan, the botanical gardens and the caves.

The richly historic town of Zadar offers many attractions. Zadar’s renowned sunsets are spectacular and to celebrate them, a ‘Monument to the Sun’ was built on the edge of the waterfront. It is an all day 22 metre disc which soaks up the solar rays ready to dazzle visitors with coloured light patterns as night falls. The Sea Organ is an art installation formed by cleverly cutting steps into the promenade with underwater pipes making musical sounds.

The breathtaking Kornati Archipelago National Park boasts reefs, headlands, islands and bays. You can take boat trips to explore the national park with plenty of opportunity to swim and snorkel. The famous Krka National Park boasts its stunning Skradinksi Buk and Roski Slap waterfalls. Extending along the 73km Krka River, the park runs from the Adriatic near Sibenik inland to the mountains of the Croatian interior. It is a magical place of gorges and waterfalls, with the river gushing through. Visitors take a boat ride to explore the park. Make sure you take your swimming costumes as you can swim below the waterfalls. Visitors also pass by the magnificent Visovac monastery, located on an island in a magical setting while on the boat ride.  

Sibenik is the city of fortresses with two UNESCO heritage sites, Game of Thrones locations, beautiful beaches, an excellent dining scene and a gorgeous old town. Sibenik was first mentioned in 1066 though most of it was built during the Venetian rule between 1412 and 1797. St James Cathedral is a beautiful masterpiece of Venetian art built in the 15th century. The town’s fortresses include St John’s Fortress, Fortress Barone, St Michael’s, the oldest and most famous and the scene of many summer performances and festivals and St Nicholas. St Nicholas,  another Game of Thrones location, is reached via an official boat tour from Riva which includes a boat ride through St Anthony’s channel.

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Local Amenities
Nearest Airport Zadar Airport (via ferry)

(30.2 km)

Nearest Ferry Port Tkon

(350 m)

Nearest Town Tkon

(120 m)

Nearest Village Ugrinici

(2 km)

Nearest Beach Plaža Vruljice

(350 m)

Nearest Restaurant Restaurant Sovinje

(350 m)

Nearest Supermarket Studenac Market

(300 m)


The Zadar region, anchored by the vibrant city of Zadar, boasts a rich history, breathtaking natural beauty, and a cultural tapestry that dates back millennia. Situated along Croatia's stunning Dalmatian coast, and shaped by the dramatic Velebit mountain range, Zadar is a unique destination offering a captivating array of experiences.

Zadar city is known for its ancient Roman ruins, white sand beach, and rugged coastline. Take a wander through the world of the Old Town's labyrinthine streets, which are a wonder to explore, brimming with historical treasures. Make sure to stop at the Church of St. Donatus, an architectural masterpiece and a prominent example of Byzantine construction and one of the most famous pre-Romanesque churches in Croatia.

Zadar's architectural prowess isn't limited to its historical buildings; it also embraces modern art installations. The Sea Organ, designed by architect Nikola Bašić, is an ingenious creation consisting of underwater pipes and chambers that produce hauntingly beautiful sounds as the waves of the Adriatic Sea wash over it. It's a serene place to watch the sunset, often accompanied by an equally impressive light show from the nearby Greeting to the Sun installation, which comes alive with vibrant colours after dusk.

The city's waterfront promenade, dotted with cafes, bars, and restaurants, provides the perfect setting for relaxed evenings. You can pass away the hours while savouring a leisurely meal and enjoying the sea views with watch boats sailing past. Don't forget to sample the local cuisine, which includes fresh seafood, pasticada (a traditional beef stew), and the world-famous Pag cheese. Pair your meal with a glass of local wine or rakija, a strong fruit brandy, to complete the culinary experience.

The Zadar region is renowned for its proximity to a collection of stunning islands, each with its own unique character. Ugljan, often referred to as the "Green Island," is known for its lush vegetation and charming fishing villages. The island offers a serene escape from the bustle of city life, with numerous opportunities for hiking, cycling, and exploring unspoiled beaches.

Dugi Otok, or the "Long Island," is a true gem of unspoiled natural beauty. The island is known for its rugged coastline, pristine coves, and the famous Saharun Beach, with its white sands and crystalclear waters. It’s also home to Telascica Nature Park, a protected area that encompasses stunning cliffs, saltwater lakes, and a diverse range of flora and fauna.

Back on the mainland, and just a couple of hours out of the city you’ll find one of the most renowned natural attractions in Croatia, Plitvice Lakes. A UNESCO World Heritage site, the park is a land of cascading waterfalls, interconnected emerald lakes, and lush forests, with a network of well-maintained trails that guide visitors through this natural wonder. Wooden boardwalks allow you to get up close to the waterfalls, making it a family-friendly destination.

The Zadar region offers more than just natural beauty. The local markets, such as Zadar's Green Market, provide an opportunity to immerse yourself in Croatian culture. Here, you can explore stalls filled with fresh produce, local crafts, and artisanal products, experiencing the flavours and craftsmanship of the region. Zadar is also home to a variety of unique traditions and cultural festivals. Local celebrations, like the annual regatta of traditional boats or performances of 'Klapa' a cappella singing are both integral parts of the region's cultural identity.

The Zadar region is a microcosm of Croatia's diverse and enchanting way of life, with something to offer everyone that visits. It's a place where history, nature, and culture converge to create a harmonious and multifaceted destination. Whether you're hiking through national parks, swimming near waterfalls, exploring ancient cities, or savouring traditional cuisine, the Zadar region promises an unforgettable experience for all. To visit Zadar is to step into the heart of Croatia and experience its multifaceted charm.


Best Suited For: All Ages
Ideal for Kids Ideal for Teens

Villa Lelia is perfect for multi-generational families and groups of friends with children. You will need to consider the sleeping arrangements as there are a number of outbuildings where bedrooms are located.

Pasman is a fabulous location for families. It boasts many sandy coves where the water is crystal clear and shallow. The location is excellent for cycle rides and hiking on and off the island. In Zadar, children are fascinated with the Monument to the Sun and the Sea Organ. There are excellent restaurants and cafes and a good selection of boat trips.
Sibenik offers numerous fascinating fortresses where children can run and climb, beautiful beaches and a fun aquapark at the Solaris Beach Resort. There are Game of Thrones locations to look out for. The Aquarium in Sibenik offers a notable reptile and lizard section and animal feeding as well as snakes that children can handle. Thrill seeking teenagers love watching and may even want to take part in the bungee jumping that takes place from Sibenik Bridge during the summer. Every June, an International Children’s Festival takes place in Sibenik, a tradition that has taken place for more than 50 years. The festival lasts for 2 weeks and offers numerous events for children and young people.

Children absolutely the boat rides through the Krk National Park. The waterfalls, gorges and  canyon are amazing. Children love jumping in the water and standing under the waterfalls so don’t forget to take their swimming costumes. There is also a lot of wildlife to look out for.

Thrill-seeking children can be taken to Maslenica, a village famous for the bora wind, for bungee jumping or to the Zrmanja River and its dramatic canyon for a fabulous rafting trip.

If you head down to Split, you will find a fantastic array of activities for children including the charming oceanfront park Sustipan, Klis Fortress and Marjan Hill offering promenades, nature paths, beautiful vistas, playgrounds, bird and rare plant watching and the tiny Split zoo. There is a little tourist train from the Split National Theatre to visit many of the local attractions. Split’s Magic City is an indoor playroom, ideal if you have a wet day.

The Cetina River is another fabulous, exciting attraction. Families can raft the 10 km rapids, jump off rocks up to 5 metres high, swim, take a shower under a waterfall and zipline across the gorge. The minimum age for the zipwire experience is 7. Young children are accompanied by a guide in tandem plummets. Visitors can also enjoy paragliding and canyoning.

Baby and Toddler Equipment

  • High Chair(s)

Kids Activities Close-by

  • Beach Nearby
  • Outdoor Pursuit & Activities
  • Tourist Towns & Villages

Onsite Facilities

  • Cooling Jacuzzi
  • Games Room
  • Pool/Snooker


At Oliver’s Travels we pride ourselves on going that little bit further for our guests. If there is anything you would like to arrange for your stay, please contact the Oliver’s VIP Concierge Team (by clicking on the link in the blue Oliver’s Extras box above) who will be happy to help. We can usually put you in touch with the right people arrange any of the following: 

- Cook/catering
- Maid service/extra cleaning
- Local day-trips or tours
- Airport pick-up/drop-off
- Babysitting service
- Welcome hamper/pre-stocked fridge

This is by no means an exhaustive list, so please just contact Oliver’s VIP Concierge Team to help you arrange any of those little extras that can really make the difference.

Terms & Conditions

These terms and conditions may be amended from time to time.

Security deposit €1000 paid in cash to the owner upon arrival and refunded upon departure, subject to full inspection.
Arrival time 4.00 p.m.
Departure time 10.00 a.m.
Energy costs included? Yes, included in rental price
Linen & towels included? Yes, included in rental price
End of stay cleaning included? Yes. However, guests are required to leave the accommodation clean, tidy and in the same condition as on their arrival. Any extra cleaning, laundry, maintenance and/or rubbish disposal required will be charged against the security deposit
Internet access? Complimentary Wi-Fi internet access is included in rental price. It is good to note that the speed is dependent on the local provider and technical issues may cause reduced speed or cut of service.
Minimum stay 7 nights. All other durations on request.
Changeover day Saturday. All other changeover days on request.
Pets welcome? On request only and with prior agreement with the owner. If accepted, a pet supplement of €100 per pet per stay will apply (paid locally).
Smoking Allowed? Smoking & Vaping are not permitted.
Tax Included in the rental price.
Insurance Guests are required to be in possession of a valid insurance policy, which covers them for cancellations, loss of personal belongings, personal liability and any accidental damage caused during their stay.

Rental Rates

Prices based on an occupancy of 18 people:

Rental period Weekly
May 23rd 2024 - Jun 8th 2024 £4,972
Jun 8th 2024 - Jun 29th 2024 £6,357
Jun 29th 2024 - Jul 13th 2024 £8,454
Jul 13th 2024 - Aug 17th 2024 £9,302
Aug 17th 2024 - Aug 24th 2024 £8,454
Aug 24th 2024 - Sep 7th 2024 £6,357
Sep 7th 2024 - Sep 21st 2024 £4,972
Sep 21st 2024 - Nov 24th 2025 £4,427

Prices based on an occupancy of 18 people:

Rental period Weekly
May 23rd 2024 - Jun 8th 2024 €5,434
Jun 8th 2024 - Jun 29th 2024 €6,948
Jun 29th 2024 - Jul 13th 2024 €9,240
Jul 13th 2024 - Aug 17th 2024 €10,168
Aug 17th 2024 - Aug 24th 2024 €9,240
Aug 24th 2024 - Sep 7th 2024 €6,948
Sep 7th 2024 - Sep 21st 2024 €5,434
Sep 21st 2024 - Nov 24th 2025 €4,839

Prices based on an occupancy of 18 people:

Rental period Weekly
May 23rd 2024 - Jun 8th 2024 $5,878
Jun 8th 2024 - Jun 29th 2024 $7,516
Jun 29th 2024 - Jul 13th 2024 $9,996
Jul 13th 2024 - Aug 17th 2024 $10,999
Aug 17th 2024 - Aug 24th 2024 $9,996
Aug 24th 2024 - Sep 7th 2024 $7,516
Sep 7th 2024 - Sep 21st 2024 $5,878
Sep 21st 2024 - Nov 24th 2025 $5,235

Please note that these prices/rates are a guide only and may not be correct at the current date. For an accurate quote, please enquire.

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