Private terrace and a shady courtyard
On the large private terrace, you can sunbathe, enjoy a meal or just watch the world go by from under our vine-covered pergola. The terrace has views over the rooftops towards the Dinaric mountains and even has glimpses of the harbour. It gets all-day sun so is ideal for sunbathing, eating or drinking al fresco, or people watching.
The ground floor patio area is available when the owners’ family is not staying on-site. This patio has a table and chair set for dining and, being vine and bougainvillea covered, makes a welcome shady spot on the hottest days.
Ideal for two people
Inside the apartment you will find a king-sized bed, a separate sofa-bed, a kitchenette, and dining and relaxing areas. There is a seperate shower room/toilet. Along with its two outdoor dining areas, Studio Loza also has an indoor dining area. The fitted kitchenette in the apartment has a two-ring hob, fridge/freezer, microwave, kettle, toaster, pots and pans, cutlery and crockery. There’s also tea/coffee making equipment (tea/coffee not supplied).
We provide all the linens and towels required for your stay (although you’ll need to bring or buy your own beach towels if you plan to go swimming). In the apartment you’ll also find a hairdryer, iron and ironing board, and a small library of books to borrow/swap.
At 30m2,Studio Loza is ideal for couples, families with one child or for two single people. (Should you need an apartment for more people or with separate bedrooms please contact us. Our partner company has a range of different sized apartments nearby.)
Fast wi-fi and cable TV
Recently upgraded, the wi-fi in the apartment is fast and free. Our cable TV system gives you access to a range of international broadcasts including BBC and RAI channels, CNN, Sky News, TV5, ZDF, Al Jazeera and France 24. Our English speaking local staff are on hand to give you any help and information you may need during your stay.
In the apartment you will find a detailed handbook. This includes apartment information, emergency contacts, local information, sightseeing ideas and restaurant recommendations. Much of this information is also available on-line, just scan the QR code in the handbook and save the link for use when you are out and about.