210+ Villas with pool in Kvarner for rent

Welcome to Kvarner, the gem of the Adriatic, with its natural beauties, rich culture and exciting things to experience. Nestled between the crystal-clear sea and imposing mountain ranges, this enchanting region will amaze you with its diversity. Here you will be greeted by mountains, forested islands, sandy coves and beaches and a turquoise sea. Add to this an authentic Mediterranean atmosphere, luxurious accommodation and a whole range of experiences that you can take part in, from hiking to scuba diving. Put it all together and you will have a holiday experience that will be hard to replicate in any other destination.
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Island Of Rab, Kvarner Bay (Croatia)

From: 973 € per week

  • 6 Persons
  • 3 Bedrooms
  • 2 Bathrooms
  • Villa 110m2
  • Pets allowed

From: 973 € per week

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Island Of Rab, Kvarner Bay (Croatia)

From: 2.835 € per week

  • 10 Persons
  • 5 Bedrooms
  • 5 Bathrooms
  • Outdoor pool 32 m2
  • Villa 220m2
  • Pets not allowed

From: 2.835 € per week

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Opatija, Kvarner Bay (Croatia)

From: 2.981 € per week

  • 8 Persons
  • 4 Bedrooms
  • 4 Bathrooms
  • Outdoor pool 32 m2
  • Villa 220m2
  • Pets allowed

From: 2.981 € per week

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Island Of Krk, Kvarner Bay (Croatia)

From: 1.190 € per week

  • 8 Persons
  • 3 Bedrooms
  • 3 Bathrooms
  • Outdoor pool
  • Villa 135m2
  • Pets not allowed

From: 1.190 € per week

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Gorski Kotar, Kvarner Bay (Croatia)

From: 3.010 € per week

  • 6 Persons
  • 2 Bedrooms
  • Outdoor pool
  • Villa 200m2
  • Pets not allowed
  • Concierge services

From: 3.010 € per week

Inquiry for Villa Roza - Kupjak

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Opatija, Kvarner Bay (Croatia)

From: 2.182 € per week

  • 8 Persons
  • 4 Bedrooms
  • 3 Bathrooms
  • Outdoor pool 24 m2
  • Villa 184m2
  • Pets not allowed

From: 2.182 € per week

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Crikvenica, Kvarner Bay (Croatia)

From: 1.362 € per week

  • 6 Persons
  • 3 Bedrooms
  • 3 Bathrooms
  • Outdoor pool 24 m2
  • Holiday home 135m2
  • Pets not allowed

From: 1.362 € per week

Inquiry for Holiday home in Crikvenica-Kostrena

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Gorski Kotar, Kvarner Bay (Croatia)

From: 2.043 € per week

  • 8 Persons
  • 3 Bedrooms
  • 2 Bathrooms
  • Outdoor pool 48 m2
  • Holiday home 240m2
  • Pets allowed

From: 2.043 € per week

Inquiry for Holiday home in Gorski Kotar-Ravna Gora

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Gorski Kotar, Kvarner Bay (Croatia)

From: 1.571 € per week

  • 8 Persons
  • 2 Bedrooms
  • 1 Bathrooms
  • Outdoor pool 24 m2
  • Holiday home 130m2
  • Pets not allowed

From: 1.571 € per week

Inquiry for Holiday home in Gorski Kotar-Ravna Gora

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Crikvenica, Kvarner Bay (Croatia)

From: 2.148 € per week

  • 10 Persons
  • 5 Bedrooms
  • 6 Bathrooms
  • Outdoor pool 48 m2
  • Holiday home 305m2
  • Pets not allowed

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Welcome to Kvarner, the gem of the Adriatic, with its natural beauties, rich culture and exciting things to experience. Nestled between the crystal-clear sea and imposing mountain ranges, this enchanting region will amaze you with its diversity. Here you will be greeted by mountains, forested islands, sandy coves and beaches and a turquoise sea. Add to this an authentic Mediterranean atmosphere, luxurious accommodation and a whole range of experiences that you can take part in, from hiking to scuba diving. Put it all together and you will have a holiday experience that will be hard to replicate in any other destination.

Villas by the crystal-clear sea in Kvarner

Kvarner enchants both domestic and foreign visitors with its natural diversity and beauty. Situated between mountain peaks and the crystal-clear Adriatic Sea, this region offers a unique combination of landscapes. The Kvarner coast is dotted with beautiful islands, picturesque bays and pebble beaches. It is an ideal place to relax or explore. The Adriatic's blue-green waters blend perfectly with the rich marine flora and fauna, making Kvarner an excellent choice for scuba divers.

Even after returning to the villa, sea lovers do not have to go far from the Kvarner blue. In our collection of villas by the sea in Kvarner you will be able to find accommodation that is tailored to your needs. You can always stop at the beach and explore the underwater world. Most of our villas by the sea have spacious terraces overlooking the sea. Experience the holiday you want and enjoy the sounds and smells of the sea, regardless of whether you are exploring the coast along the promenade or relaxing on the comfortable terrace of your villa.

Villas with outdoor pools in Kvarner

Kvarner's uniqueness lies not only in its natural beauty, but also in its deep connection with the past, manifested in its towns and villages. You can explore their sights and combine this adventure with relaxation in comfortable and sophisticated accommodation with our offer of villas with swimming pools in Kvarner, near historically significant areas. After a day spent exploring the historical heritage of Kvarner, you can refresh yourself in your own pool and soak up the sun on the pool deck.

Villas with pools are a popular choice as they are enjoyed by guests of all ages. Pools also contribute to a relaxed atmosphere and are the best refreshment. Come browse our collection and contact one of our specialists, and we'll work with you to find the villa that's just what you're looking for. From hydromassage pools to seawater pools with incredible views of the Kvarner Bay, you have a whole range of options. All of them are equally tempting, and there is no such thing as a wrong choice.

Family villas for a carefree holiday

The Kvarner is like a collage of the Mediterranean, inviting the visitor to explore its many facets. Whether it's lazing on the beach to the sound of the waves or hiking to the top of a mountain for a panoramic view, this region offers plenty of opportunities for relaxation and exploration. And if you are on holiday with the whole family, you will find something for all ages to enjoy here.

Take a look at our family villas in Kvarner and choose an accommodation with a variety of facilities for children of all ages to enjoy. While your little ones are having fun in the playroom or on the slide in the villa's spacious garden, you can relax by the pool and recharge your batteries for a new round of exploring the natural beauty of Kvarner or Gorski kotar.

Natural wonders of Kvarner and Gorski kotar

In Kvarner you can enjoy coastal charm and hiking adventures at the same time. The island of Krk, known since ancient times as the "Golden Island" for its beauty, offers a variety of attractions, from charming old towns to peaceful coves. The islands of Cres, Lošinj and Rab offer a wealth of hidden corners and unspoilt natural beauty.

Gorski Kotar, on the other hand, offers a refreshing contrast with its mountainous beauty. Walking through dense forests, hiking to the peaks and cycling along the paths surrounded by vegetation are just some of the ways you can experience the authentic nature of this area. Especially if you visit one of the national parks or nature parks in the area, such as Risnjak National Park or Zeleni Vir Nature Park. Whether you choose to admire spring meadows in bloom or autumn colours, you can be sure that the landscape of Gorski Kotar will delight you and give you rest for body and soul.

Popular destinations and cultural heritage

The Kvarner region is home to popular tourist destinations such as Rijeka, Opatija, Crikvenica, Krk and many others. Each destination has its own charm and history that dates back to ancient times. This makes the region an ideal destination for travellers who want to delve deeper into the past and enjoy the luxury of staying in a villa.

Opatija is an elegant summer resort on the Adriatic coast. It is one of the most popular destinations in the region and is steeped in culture and history. Known as the "Pearl of the Adriatic", Opatija became a summer resort for European aristocrats in the 19th century. Some of the impressive villas are still in place today and are a testament to the opulence of that era. You can visit the first villa in Opatija, Villa Angiolina. Built in 1844, it marked the beginning of Opatija becoming an elegant resort. Here you can also visit the beautiful Slatina Park and the 15th century baroque church of St. Jakov. Afterwards take a walk along the beautiful Lungomare promenade with an incredible view of the sea.

Rijeka is the capital of the region and has historically been an important port as well as a centre of trade and commerce. This dynamic city is rich in cultural monuments such as Trsat Castle, an ancient fortress offering a panoramic view of the city and the sea. The Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art in Rijeka is home to an exceptional collection of modern works of art.

The island of Krk has a history that stretches back thousands of years. Visit the town of Krk, which is over a thousand years old. Its narrow streets, walls and cathedral bear witness to its rich past. While you are here, you can also visit the Franciscan island of Košljun, where you will find interesting historical artefacts and documents that illustrate the history of the island.

The island of Cres is rich in historical heritage, especially in its capital, Cres. The town has many stone streets, palaces and churches that tell an interesting story of the past. A visit to the Franciscan monastery of St. Mary the Great and its 15th century church is a must, as well as stopping by the medieval city gates.

The Mediterranean spirit of local cuisine

During your visit to Kvarner, you will have the opportunity to explore not only the natural and cultural beauty of the region, but also the dishes that are the hallmark of Kvarner cuisine. In this region, food is not seen as just an ordinary meal. It is an experience that will connect you with the spirit of the Mediterranean and with the traditions of the region.

Kvarner cuisine is primarily a celebration of the freshness of local ingredients. The menu is enriched with seafood such as shrimp, lobster and various types of fish. A speciality of the region is scampi on buzara. A speciality rich in Mediterranean flavours, fresh shrimps are stewed in olive oil, white wine and spices.

For an authentic experience, try the local wine with your meal. Kvarner produces 2 million litres of wine a year from some 200 hectares of vineyards, most of which are of the autochthonous žlahtina variety.

On the mainland, Gorski kotar offers a different palette of flavours, but one that is equally appreciated. The basis of its cuisine is meat, especially game. You can try bear or boar prosciutto as a starter, and venison stew with gnocchi and prunes as a main course. Round off your meal with a traditional homemade plum or pear brandy and finish off with a forest fruit strudel.

Whether you choose to dine by the sea or in the mountains, Kvarner cuisine will not disappoint. It is an opportunity to immerse yourself in the culture, tastes and smells of the region. It is also a chance to create memories that will stay with you long after you return home.

Frequently asked questions

What is the best time to visit Kvarner?

The best time to visit Kvarner is at the beginning (May-June) or end (September-October) of the tourist season. During these periods the air temperature is pleasant - in May and September it ranges from 18 to 25°C, and in June from 20 to 26°C. The sea is warm enough to swim in. At the height of the season (July-August), the air temperature rises to 35°C and the coast is overcrowded with tourists, so we recommend avoiding these months if you want to avoid the crowds. Gorski Kotar has a continental and mountainous climate, so the period from May to September is ideal for hiking, with pleasant temperatures between 10 and 20°C. If you want to go skiing, the winter months are perfect for visiting the small ski resorts in Gorski Kotar.

How can I reach Kvarner?

Kvarner is located in the northeast of the Adriatic Sea and covers the coastal part of Croatia. The fastest way to reach Kvarner from abroad is by plane - the Rijeka International Airport on the island of Krk is directly connected to major European cities, and the Pula Inter-Airport is also close to Kvarner. It is also easy to get to Kvarner by car, thanks to good road connections. For example, from Munich to Kvarner it takes 6 hours, from Frankfurt 10 hours, from Prague 9 hours and from Ljubljana only 2 hours. Croatia has been part of the Schengen zone since 1 January 2023. It is part of the Schengen area and you can cross the EU border without having to check your documents. Once in Croatia, tolls are paid by cash or card at toll stations. Bear in mind that during the tourist season, especially at weekends, toll booths can be very busy. The island of Krk is connected to the mainland by a bridge, so you do not need to take a ferry, but if you want to visit the other Kvarner islands, you will need to take a ferry. Check the timetable for the island of Rab here: http://www.rapska-plovidba.hr/plovni_en.html and for the other islands here: https://www.jadrolinija.hr/en/home.

Where are the most beautiful beaches in Kvarner located?

Kvarner is famous for its beautiful beaches and bays, and offers various types of decorated and unspoilt beaches. Some of the most beautiful sandy beaches are Baška on the island of Krk, Rajska plaža on the island of Rab and Čikat on the island of Lošinj. If you prefer pebble beaches, we recommend Sipar in Mošćenička Draga, between Opatija and Lovran, or Veli žal on Lošinj. The island of Cres has many wild and unspoilt beaches, of which St. Ivan and Mali bok are among the most beautiful. Most of these beaches have also been awarded the Blue Flag, an international certificate of cleanliness, quality of bathing and safety.

Which are the most popular destinations in Kvarner?

Kvarner offers a variety of tourist destinations, from attractive coastal towns to unspoilt islands. Popular coastal destinations include the city of Rijeka, with its rich history and many facilities; Opatija, known as an elegant resort with beautiful gardens and promenades; the picturesque fishing village of Mošćenička Draga; and the historically significant town of Senj. Popular island destinations are the town of Krk and Baška on Krk, and the town of Rab on Rab, known for its rich history. The islands of Cres and Lošinj are popular for their unspoilt nature and picturesque villages.

What are some of the best things to do in Kvarner?

Kvarner offers various activities - from nature activities to sightseeing in historical towns such as Rijeka, Opatija, Rab and Senj, everyone will find something for themselves. First and foremost, Kvarner is known for its beautiful beaches, clean sea and healing air, also known as the Kvarner aromatherapy, so you can spend days swimming and sunbathing. Diving is also popular. In addition, you can explore natural beauties such as national parks, mines and caves, and thanks to numerous trails, Kvarner is a great place for hiking and cycling. There are also many cultural events in the summer.

What is the weather like in Kvarner?

The climate of Kvarner is ideal for those who love warm summer days and mild winters with lots of sun and fresh air from the Adriatic Sea. Kvarner has a Mediterranean climate, which means that summers are warm and sunny, with average temperatures often exceeding 30°C. The sea is usually at a comfortable temperature for swimming from May to September, so this is the ideal time to visit Kvarner if you want to enjoy the pleasures of the sea. Spring and autumn in Kvarner are pleasant, with temperatures between 15 and 25°C, making it a great time for hiking, cycling and exploring the natural beauty.

Where is Kvarner located?

The Kvarner region is located on the northern part of the Croatian Adriatic coast, between the northwestern part of Croatia and the border with Slovenia in the north, and the open Adriatic Sea in the south. It borders Istria to the west. The region includes the mainland and numerous islands close to the coast, including Krk, Cres, Lošinj and Rab. The capital and largest city is Rijeka.

What is the average price of a villa in Kvarner?

The average price of a villa in Kvarner varies depending on the category, facilities and the period you wish to book your stay. Our villa offer includes a wide range of villas, from slightly more affordable to luxury villas. For the best value for money, check out our special offers, where you can always find a villa to suit your needs at the best price. Villas must be booked in advance. Due to higher demand in the summer, we recommend you check availability on the villa's listing page and book as soon as possible.

Is Kvarner suitable for a family vacation?

Kvarner is a great destination for family holidays, mainly because of its beautiful family beaches with shallow and clean sea and healthy Kvarner air. Some of the beaches also have children's playgrounds. With a variety of outdoor activities, summer festivals and carnivals for the whole family, it should also be noted that Croatia is known for its safety. In our offer of villas you will find family villas with different contents adapted to all ages, from pools to spacious gardens, children's playgrounds and activities that will allow you to have a pleasant family holiday.

Is Kvarner pet-friendly?

Kvarner is a great choice for a holiday with a pet. This region has beautiful nature, including beaches, mountains, forests and promenades, which are perfect for walks and outdoor activities with your pet. You will also find many beaches where dogs are welcome, as well as restaurants where you can visit with your dog. In our villa collection you will also find a number of pet-friendly villas, so you can explore the natural beauties together and enjoy a well-deserved holiday.

Is Kvarner expensive?

Prices in Kvarner vary depending on where you are. In popular tourist destinations such as Opatija and Krka, prices are often higher than in less touristy places. Prices on the islands are generally a little higher than on the coast. Prices also depend on the time of year you visit Kvarner - during the summer months they will be slightly higher compared to the rest of the year.

What makes Kvarner unique?

Kvarner is known for its clean sea and beautiful beaches, many of which are world-renowned. Another thing you won't find anywhere else is the healing Kvarner air, an outdoor aromatherapy created by a special combination of wind, sea, the scent of Mediterranean herbs and a mild climate. Kvarner is also unique in that there are more than 30 protected natural areas. These natural beauties allow visitors to spend an active holiday in a unique environment. Last but not least, we should not forget the well-known vineyards of Kvarner. So, come to Kvarner for an active holiday in the nature that heals, and be sure to taste the high quality wines of Kvarner.

Are there any sandy beaches in Kvarner and where are they located?

Kvarner has many sandy beaches, and some of them are the most beautiful in the region. For example, Paradise Beach in Lopar, on the northeast side of the island of Rab, has been awarded the Blue Flag and regularly appears on lists of the world's most beautiful beaches. On the southern part of the island of Rab there is also a beautiful sandy beach called Pudarica. The only completely sandy beach on the island of Krk is St. Marek, 6 km from Vrbnik. On the island of Cres there are no sandy beaches, only beautiful beaches with pebbles and rocks combined with sand. Be sure to visit Planjka-Trinćel on the island of Pag, located on the northern part of the island. On the mainland, Crikvenica has a beautifully kept sandy town beach, which has also been awarded the Blue Flag for sea cleanliness and safety. There are also many sandy beaches in the Mošćenička Draga area.

Which languages are spoken in Kvarner?

In Kvarner, as in most of Croatia, the official language is Croatian. However, as Kvarner is a popular tourist region, you can expect to hear other world languages such as English, German and Italian spoken at tourist sites and information centres.

Where are the airports in Kvarner located?

Rijeka Airport (RJK), with regular flights to various European destinations, is located on the island of Krk, near the town of Omišalj. Also nearby is Pula (PUY) Airport on the Istrian peninsula.

Are there charging stations for electric vehicles in Kvarner?

There are numerous charging stations for electric vehicles in Kvarner, both on the coast and on all the larger islands (Krk, Cres, Rab, Pag). The best way to find out the exact locations is to look at the map: https://chargemap.com/map.