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Just imagine yourself sitting in the garden of a villa in Opatija, sipping a glass of your favourite drink or drinking your first cup of coffee in the morning on a terrace while overlooking the beautiful Opatija Riviera. It doesn't get any better than this! Opatija is famous for hosting all important festivals and events, therefore, once you step your foot into that gorgeous Mediterranean city, you can really feel the elegance.


This beautiful modern villa is situated on a hillside over a small medieval town of Lovran on the famous Opatija Riviera. It boasts wonderful views of the Adriatic from the terraces and a very private garden featuring an infinity pool. The location is excellent with all the amenities and the beach in short walking distance.

Outside you will find an all fresco dining area, sun loungers and some nice lounge furniture to enjoy the views and the sun. Indoors there is a spacious open living area folded with light and opened to the garden.



Villa Emily is a residential facility, built on three floors: basement, ground floor, first floor and attic with a swimming pool and Jacuzzi in the front of the house and an outside kitchen in back of the Villa. The Villa can host up to 12 people and it is perfect for young couples, or one big family, or even two families.

This unique Villa is made in combination of modern living style and vintage style and it has been fully refurbished and decorated in a new fashion cozy design. Each room is different and each room is unique.


Things to do

  • Lungomare Promenade
  • Villa Angiolina
  • The Park of St. Jakob and Park Angiolina
  • Fountain of Helios and Selena
  • Fountain Slatina
  • Maiden with the Seagull
  • Art pavilion Juraj Matija Sporer
  • St. Jacob’s Church
  • Madonna del Mare
  • Church of the Annunciation of Mary


Opatija, often called the pearl of the Adriatic in record time has risen from a small fisherman village with a Benedictine abbey and the church of St. Jacob(dating from 1449), to a tourist resort. Actually if you translate Opatija to English language it means abbey.

The modern history of Opatija began in 19 st. when aristocracy and wealthy people of that time discovered the beauty of this region. It quickly become the fashionable tourist destination and soon luxury hotels and villas were built. The notable person who first discovered the magic of Opatija was Iginio Scarpa, a merchant from Rijeka who built his holiday home in 1844 and named it the Villa Angiolina after his wife. That event markedthe beginning of tourism in Opatija. After that, Opatija started to develop intensely under the supervision of the Austro-Hungarian Empire.


Kings and emperors, writers, philosophers, poets and composers used to stay here - the emperors Franz Joseph and William II, the queen of Romania Elisabeth who used to publish poems under the pseudonym of Carmen Sylva, then the empress Sissi, the writers A. P. Chekhov and James Joyce, the ballet dancer Isadora Duncan, and the composers Gustav Mahlerand Giacomo Puccini.

Stroll along the main road and be charmed by the architecture of Opatijas villas, sip a coffee in one of the famous Opatijas caffe bars and imagine how it was in the late 19th century when high society people walked around.

Special Offer 'Welcome dinner in Villa Emily'

A week in Villa Emily with welcome dinner.

Get a great BBQ the day when you arrive in Villa Emily and enjoy your stay.

Or a fish dinner with fresh sea specialities.

Offer valid only for stay of 7 nights and more.

Realx in Jacuzi with beautiful view on the sea and Kvarner Bay


Lovran took its name from laurel, laurus nobilis, which grows abundantly. It is one of the oldest coastal settlements on the eastern shore of Istrian peninsula. By the early Middle Ages it was an important urban and shipbuilding centre of northern Adriatic. Following the sudden development of port towns in the vicinity (Trieste, Pula, and Rijeka) which became the new and dominant urban centres in the region, Lovran lost its significance.

Lovran has preserved its historical core and medieval city plan. Stroll into the old city – is not big and even if you get lost soon you will find your way out. As a tourism in Opatija started to develop, the same happened to Lovran. In that period many of Lovran villas were built. They were designed by the celebrated Viennese architect Carl Seidel and today they are part of the world architectural heritage.