40+ Villas in Opatija

Opatija is a charming tourist destination on the Adriatic coast, combining historical glamour with contemporary elegance. When you stroll down its popular promenades, you will feel like you're living a contemporary story rooted in history. Opatija is nicknamed the "Pearl of the Adriatic", and in the 19th century it became a summer resort for European aristocrats, whose impressive villas can still be seen today.
Beautiful parks and walkways with sea views are perfect for relaxing strolls, and the beaches offer a chance to bask in the Kvarner sunshine. Opatija's culinary delights will please even the most discerning palate - some of Croatia's best restaurants can be found here - and when you add the many cultural events that take place during the summer months, it's easy to see why Opatija is rightly regarded as one of Croatia's most desirable destinations.
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Opatija, Kvarner Bay (Croatia)
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From: 2.981 € per week

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

From: 2.981 € per week

Inquiry for Villa Sušanj

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Opatija, Kvarner Bay (Croatia)

From: 1.521 € per week

  • 8 Persons
  • 4 Bedrooms
  • 2 Bathrooms
  • Outdoor pool 32 m2
  • Villa 150m2
  • Pets allowed

From: 1.521 € per week

Inquiry for Opatija-Kastav

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Opatija, Kvarner Bay (Croatia)

From: 1.640 € per week

  • 8 Persons
  • 4 Bedrooms
  • 4 Bathrooms
  • Outdoor pool 26 m2
  • Holiday home 200m2
  • Pets not allowed

From: 1.640 € per week

Inquiry for Opatija-Jelusici

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Opatija, Kvarner Bay (Croatia)

From: 1.372 € per week

  • 10 Persons
  • 4 Bedrooms
  • 2 Bathrooms
  • Outdoor pool 24 m2
  • Holiday home 123m2
  • Pets allowed

From: 1.372 € per week

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Opatija, Kvarner Bay (Croatia)

From: 2.258 € per week

  • 6 Persons
  • 2 Bedrooms
  • 3 Bathrooms
  • Outdoor pool 32 m2
  • Holiday home 97m2
  • Pets allowed

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Opatija, Kvarner Bay (Croatia)

From: 1.761 € per week

  • 10 Persons
  • 4 Bedrooms
  • 4 Bathrooms
  • Outdoor pool 40 m2
  • Villa 261m2
  • Pets allowed

From: 1.761 € per week

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Opatija, Kvarner Bay (Croatia)

From: 3.341 € per week

  • 10 Persons
  • 5 Bedrooms
  • 5 Bathrooms
  • Outdoor pool 50 m2
  • Holiday home 280m2
  • Pets not allowed

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Opatija, Kvarner Bay (Croatia)

From: 1.027 € per week

  • 7 Persons
  • 3 Bedrooms
  • 2 Bathrooms
  • Outdoor pool 18 m2
  • Holiday home 124m2
  • Pets not allowed

From: 1.027 € per week

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Opatija, Kvarner Bay (Croatia)

From: 4.011 € per week

  • 8 Persons
  • 4 Bedrooms
  • 4 Bathrooms
  • Outdoor pool 28 m2
  • Holiday home 210m2
  • Pets not allowed

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Opatija, Kvarner Bay (Croatia)

From: 1.922 € per week

  • 8 Persons
  • 3 Bedrooms
  • 2 Bathrooms
  • Outdoor pool 38 m2
  • Holiday home 140m2
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Opatija is a charming tourist destination on the Adriatic coast, combining historical glamour with contemporary elegance. When you stroll down its popular promenades, you will feel like you're living a contemporary story rooted in history. Opatija is nicknamed the "Pearl of the Adriatic", and in the 19th century it became a summer resort for European aristocrats, whose impressive villas can still be seen today.
Beautiful parks and walkways with sea views are perfect for relaxing strolls, and the beaches offer a chance to bask in the Kvarner sunshine. Opatija's culinary delights will please even the most discerning palate - some of Croatia's best restaurants can be found here - and when you add the many cultural events that take place during the summer months, it's easy to see why Opatija is rightly regarded as one of Croatia's most desirable destinations.

Destination fit for aristocracy

Opatija is a top regional spot with cultural and historical landmarks. Most of the attractions are related to Opatija's original golden age as an elegant summer resort for European aristocrats in the 19th century. The first villa, Villa Angiolina, was built in 1844. Today, the Croatian Museum of Tourism is located there. The Angiolina Park, which is a remarkable example of park architecture and has many fascinating plant species, is located here. The baroque church of St. Jakov from the 15th century and the famous Maiden with the Seagull sculpture can also be found here.

For your visit to Opatija, we have prepared villas with pools worthy of an aristocrat. Kids will love the fun pool accessories such as inflatable goals. The infinity swimming pools go well with the panoramic views that can be found in many Opatija villas, and a hydromassage pool on one of the exquisite terraces with a view of Opatija will make you feel like an aristocrat.

Panoramic vistas of Opatija's gems

The famous Francis Joseph I Promenade, also known as Lungomare, was built at the turn of the 19th and 20th centuries and stretches for 12 kilometres along the Adriatic coast. Not only are there stunning sights to see, but the promenade presents a chance for visitors to learn about the area's history and traditions. The route takes you to grand villas built during the Austro-Hungarian era, notable Opatija attractions like the Maiden with the Seagull sculpture and Angiolina Park, as well as some of the most beautiful beaches on the riviera.

The view from this seafront is hard to beat, but our villas with panoramic sea views can certainly compete. Each villa from our Opatija selection features lavish patios with gorgeous open-air swimming pools. The infinity swimming pools are particularly striking - you will feel as if you are floating above Opatija and the sea. Outdoor saunas and hydromassage pools will help you relax while overlooking the famous Opatija Riviera.

An unforgettable family holiday in Opatija

The beaches in Opatija are truly unique. You can choose between pebble, concrete and sandy beaches, either in the centre or out of town. The distinctive retro-style Angiolina offers a beach experience unlike any other, and if you're looking for a family-friendly day at the beach, the town's main beach, Slatina, along with Tomaševac and Lipovica offer fun activities for your little ones. A popular pet-friendly beach lies along the Lungomare promenade amidst Opatija and Ičić.

Our family villas in and around Opatija offer luxurious surroundings and abundant activities for children. Most of these villas offer a spectacular view of the sea and nature. They all feature outdoor pools and playgrounds for children, and some even boast a games room replete with a PlayStation console, darts and other enjoyable indoor pastimes. Fun pool accessories will delight all swimmers, and wellness areas with jacuzzis and saunas will allow you to completely relax and recharge your batteries for an unforgettable holiday in Opatija.

Frequently asked questions

Where is Opatija located and how can I reach it?

Opatija is a well-known tourist destination on the northern part of the Adriatic Sea, in the Kvarner region. The Rijeka International Airport can be found on the Krk island, nearly 40 kilometers away from Opatija. The Pula airport, which is approximately 100 kilometers from Opatija, is an additional alternative for landing. If you opt to drive, make your way through the Rupa border crossing to Matulji and finally to Opatija. From the Pasjak border crossing, follow the D8 road towards Matulji and then Opatija. If coming from Zagreb, take the D3 detour past Rijeka and continue on the D9 road towards your destination.

What activities are available in and around Opatija?

Opatija has numerous recreational activities on offer, and boasts stunningly landscaped parks and gardens for you to enjoy. Additionally, the town is home to the renowned Lungomare promenade. The path stretches along the coast for 12 kilometers and is suitable for walkers or cyclists of all levels, not only for sports enthusiasts. You can take a tour of cultural heritage while also enjoying a stroll, and see sights such as the first villa in Opatija converted into a museum. You can also enjoy one of Opatija's beautiful beaches or take trips to nearby places such as Lovran or the Risnjak National Park.

What are the most famous landmarks in Opatija?

In and around Opatija, there are numerous places of interest and things to see. Villa Angiolina is a neoclassical mansion from the 19th century, which was the first luxury villa built in Opatija. It now houses the Croatian Museum of Tourism. The cultural and historical heritage of Opatija also includes Angiolina Park, which boasts a botanical garden. Among the most significant architectural monuments is the neo-Gothic church of St. Jakov, and the famous Maiden with the Seagull sculpture by the sea is one of the most recognisable symbols of the city. The Lungomare Promenade is a must-visit spot for leisurely seaside strolls, and there is even Opatija's own version of the Walk of Fame.

Where is the closest airport?

The closest airport lies 40 kilometres away in the town of Omišalj, on the island of Krk, and takes approximately 40 minutes to reach by car. An alternative international airport is located in Pula, approximately 100 kilometres from Opatija.

What are the beaches in and around Opatija like?

In Opatija and its surroundings, there are beautifully kept beaches for which this area is famous. These beaches are usually made of pebbles or concrete. For instance, the town's main Slatina beach is partly pebble and partly concrete. You will have a broad range of options and facilities to enjoy, such as children's playgrounds, slides, and pedal boats for hire. If you venture beyond the city center, you can unwind in quieter beaches. Ičići, located beside Opatija, is popular for its central beach, which has been awarded the Blue Flag, an official certificate for cleanliness and beach facilities.

Is Opatija suitable for a family vacation?

Yes, Opatija is a fantastic spot for a family vacation with kids. You will find plenty of family-friendly beaches with shallow waters and amenities for children including playgrounds, sports zones, slides, trampolines, and more. Slatina, Lipovica and Tomaševac beaches particularly excel in offering such facilities. Additionally, Opatija's parks and promenades are perfect for strolling, playing or cycling at a leisurely pace. Children and adults alike will enjoy exploring the natural beauty of the Učka National Park, and for a completely comfortable holiday you can book one of our family villas. Our villas offer extra facilities for children, including swimming pools and indoor and outdoor activities.

Is Opatija a pet-friendly destination?

Opatija is a great place to holiday with your pet. Our pet-friendly villas in Opatija and the surrounding area will give you luxurious comfort and spacious green surroundings for your pet to enjoy. Additionally, you can take part in many activities with your dog in Opatija. You can swim with your four-legged friend at the dog-friendly beach, which has dog showers. Afterwards, you can take a walk together in one of Opatija's beautiful parks. You can also discover restaurants in the city that welcome pets. A leisurely stroll along the Lungomare promenade is an easy way to explore with your furry friend, while for a more adventurous escape into unspoilt countryside, the Učka National Park is the perfect destination.

What is the best time to visit Opatija?

Opatija offers plenty of attractions for tourists all year round, so the best time to visit depends on what you prefer. The summer months (June - August) are popular due to the warm climate and beach activities, but it can get quite crowded. The months of spring and autumn (March - May, September - October) have comfortable temperatures, fewer crowds and are great for walking, enjoying the scenery, and exploring cultural sites. Winter (Nov-Feb) is typically quieter. December is a great time to visit the centre of Opatija to enjoy the rich Advent festivities.

What kind of restaurants can I find in and around Opatija?

Opatija is renowned for its cuisine, and boasts some of Croatia's finest restaurants, with a focus on fresh seafood. Traditional taverns feature local ingredients such as Kvarner scampi, wild asparagus and chestnuts. In addition to dishes with seafood, prosciutto and truffles, you can also order meat dishes, salads, pizzas and fast food.

What kind of villas are available in and around Opatija?

There are many superbly equipped villas in Opatija and the surrounding area, where luxury is the main focus, regardless of the range of additional features. You'll find many villas here with stunning views of the sea and the Opatija Riviera. You can enjoy this scenery from the beautiful terraces, infinity swimming pools or jacuzzis. Families with children can choose from villas with well-equipped playgrounds and outdoor activities. Additionally, numerous villas feature fitness rooms. Pets are welcome in many of the villas, so bring your pet with you for the holiday of a lifetime in Opatija.