Born in nature

made in nature

Unique Croatian island luxury hotel immersed into 100-year-old olive grove

The art of olive oil production with accommodation, adhering to the standards set by distinguished organization
The Leading Hotels of the World®

ACCOMMODATION

Villa Nai 3.3 provides five deluxe rooms and three deluxe suites, each uniquely furnished and adorned. Each unit features its expansive terrace, allowing direct access to the beautiful olive grove and amazing swimming pool with seawater. Please note that all accommodations are exclusively for adults.

3 Deluxe Suites


  • Private terrace
  • King bed with
    luxury Frette linens
  • FOUR POSTER BED
  • Separate tub and shower
  • Bathroom with a rooflight
  • Dyptique toiletries
  • FIREPLACE
Reservation

5 Deluxe rooms


  • Private terrace
  • King bed with
    luxury Frette linens
  • Separate tub and shower
  • Bathroom with a rooflight
  • Dyptique toiletries
Reservation

On-site garden

Villa Nai 3.3 cultivates and harvests its organic produce. Guests can select a menu featuring certified organic ingredients, including olive oil, meats, vegetables, seasonal fruits, and fish.

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500-Year-old olive grove

Harvesting olives from an olive grove in the village of Žman on Dugi Otok, followed by immediate olive oil extraction on the same day, are just a few of the undisclosed techniques contributing to the distinctive flavor of this acclaimed, most awarded Dalmatian olive oil.

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Discover Dugi Otok

Villa Nai 3.3 is situated on Dugi Otok in central Dalmatia, just off the coast of Zadar. The island is enveloped by national parks, one nature park, and numerous small islands. This world’s most hidden gem remains both untamed and cultured, offering a unique and authentic experience.

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Dugi
otok
Island

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The oldest known Dalmatian caveman, named Šime, lived around 11 000 years ago. Remains of a human skeleton were found in Vlakno Cave.

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Veli Rat, the tallest lighthouse in the Adriatic, 42 meters height.

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The oldest written evidence of fishing and fishing trade was found on Dugi Otok Island. This document is more than 1 000 years old.

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In the middle of the Adriatic Sea, equidistant from Venice and Dubrovnik. View on map

Reservations

Important note:

  • adults-only Hotel, children are welcome from 12 years and above
  • pets are not allowed