Special guests

One of the most frequent guests  of Maslinica is Princess  Caroline of Monaco on her old fashioned beautiful yacht “Pasha”.

Motor yacht “Pasha”

Один из самых частых гостей Maslinica является принцессаМонако Каролина на ее красивой яхты “Паша”.

Jeden z nejčastějších  hostů Maslinica  je princezna  Caroline   Monaka na  její  staromódní krásná jachta “Pasha”.

Jedan od čestih gostiju Maslinice je Princeza Karolina od Monaka na svojoj prekrasnoj jahti “Pasha”.

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Island Solta , ecological paradise

According to its land area, Solta belongs to the medium sized group of Adriatic islands. However, judging it by its natural endowments, it is certainly amongst the most beautiful.  It is merely 16km, or 9 nautical miles from Split, with its 60 km of coastline interspersed with four harbors and 24 bays, it offers the visitor quick approach and a safe, pleasant stay.
Taking advantage of modern fast boats, one can reach the island within 15 to 20 minutes.  The island’s harbors and bays have a capacity to accommodate some thousand  boats,  while the numerous natural beaches offer sufficient space for many more swimmers.
The natural beauty of this island has attracted and inspired even the Roman Emperor Diocletian who built his fishery in one of islands’ bays.


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Spring is in the air

Spring has arrived on the islands of Solta. Everything is waking upand blooming.


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Sunset in the Maslinica

Thanks  to  “Mother Nature”  Maslinica has one of the most beautiful  sunset on the Mediterranean sea. As proof of this can be used these   photos that follows :

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T w i l i g h t

Night descends on Maslinica


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Apartments Nica A4+2 & A4

Apartments NICA – Maslinica, island of Solta are situated on an exclusive position in the first row to the sea. The apartments  are designed to accommodate 4 + 2 and  4 persons. All rooms have sea view.

Size of each  apartment   is 100m2 + 25m2 terrace. Two bedrooms, bathroom, living room and kitchen. The apartments are fully equipped with all appliances, blankets, towels, washing etc.

* Secure private parking place,

*  Beach resort 20 m from the apartment,

* The ability to use the garden around the house,

* Outdoor shower in the garden,

* Beach chairs and umbrellas (available on request – extra charge),


* Free  WI-FI ,

* Air conditioner in  living room / kitchen (extra charge),

* Small pets allowed (extra charge), in agreement with the host,

* Smoking is allowed in the living room / kitchen area.

Apartment Nica

Apartment Nica


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Apartment NICA Maslinica on You Tube


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Island Solta among the six most beautiful European lesser-known islands


It seems that the British in our country lately doing better advertising than they do themselves, and the tourist season is not even close to the beginning. The British newspaper Telegraph has included Solta among the six most beautiful lesser-known European island that is worth a visit

Journalist Francesca Syz, which for years has been dealing exclusively with travel and travel features, published in the British newspaper Telegraph list of the six relatively unknown European island that is worth a visit.

Apart from Solta, the list is found small Swedish town of Marstrand , the Greek town of MonemvasiaIsola La Maddalena in Sardinia, Ile de Porquerolles end of the world famous St. Tropez and one of the largest German island, situated in the North Sea, Sylt .

British journalist wrote that partly due of its ruggedness, and partly because of the proximity of Split tourists often choose better-known and more remote islands of Solta, which unfairly neglecting the middle of the Dalmatian archipelago remained ‘intact, but remains home to fishing communities living and functional vineyards and olive groves’.

Syz apparently attempted to investigate the historical background of the island because the text says that Split Solta often used to escape the summer, and he refers the Roman emperor Diocletian, ‘which is the palace from the 4th century in the center of Split, one of the most historic buildings in the city ‘, and who often went fishing in the bay Nečujam where he built and spas.

Further states viz Island villages, as well as the characteristics for which they are known as the most beautiful place on the island mentioned Maslinica ‘in one of the most protected bays on the Adriatic coast. ”

Solta, according to the journalist, ideal for those looking for a simple touch of island life.

Maslinica from the air

V i d e o :     Beautiful Solta on You Tube



Partly because of its ruggedness and partly because of its proximity to Split, which means tourists often overlook it in favour of better-known islands slightly further away, Solta (12 miles by two), in the central Dalmatian archipelago, remains blissfully unspoilt and is still home to a thriving fishing community plus working vineyards and olive groves. Residents of Split have long used Solta as a summer escape, and their weekend houses cover the island. Even the Roman emperor Diocletian, whose fourth-century palace in the centre of Split is now one of the most important historical buildings in the city, used to fish in a small cove within Necujam, the island’s largest bay, where he also owned a thermal spa where he liked to bathe. Today, the traditional way of life is still going strong.

The pretty fishing village of Stomorska is the biggest development on the island and abuzz with cafes and restaurants. The lovely Mediterranean-feeling village of Gornje Selo sits at the foot of the island’s highest peak. On its outskirts you will find the Olynthia olive oil mill where you can pick up rosemary- and garlic-infused olive oil.

The loveliest spot on the island has to be the village of Maslinica on its west coast and in one of the best-protected bays in the Adriatic. It was built in 1703 by the noble Marchi family as a fortification to protect the island’s western bays against pirate attacks, and included a village, tower, church and castle. The castle is home to the six-suite Martinis Marchi, a stylish, classic-contemporary hotel and seafood restaurant, with a glorious outdoor dining terrace. There is also a lovely large pool, a wine cellar and a drawing-room with a piano. There is talk of a glossy, all-singing, all-dancing rotating luxury resort and marina going up on the island some time next year, so now is a great time to go.

Best for
Those looking for a slice of simple island living.


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Maslinica, island Solta

Maslinica – island Solta

Maslinica is a settlement on the Solta island, situated in a bay on the west part of the island. Maslinica distinguishes with natural values of a landscape, with the picturesque bay and a pine wood on the south side, and its vicinity with deep, well-protected the Šešula bay.

Nowadays, Maslinica is very attractive for those tourists who are looking for an absolute peace and quite during the day and the night.
There are no modern beaches with accompanying contents in Maslinica. There is a smaller beach in the Tepli Bok bay, but the true value of this place is that you can literally in every little bay find an isolated corner just for yourself (the beaches are mostly rocky).

Maslinica on You Tube




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Boats – view from balcony

Never get bored on the balcony of the apartment NICA

Никогда не надоедает на балконеквартиры NICA

Nebudete nudit na balkoně bytu NICA

Nikad nije dosadno na balkonu apartmana

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Octopus Peka – Octopus under the bell

Octopus under the bell
–   1.5-2 kg octopus
–   0,8-1 kg potatoes
–   4 cloves garlic and 2 dl olive oil
–   Salt
–   Pepper
–   Sprig fresh rosemary
–   If desired you can add more vegetables
–   1 dl white wine
All the ingredients except the wine to put in a flat round tray and put under the  iron bell on  fireplace, and left an hour under the embers. After an hour of baking, stir the octopus and potatoes and add a decilitre white wine, cover the cripnja again, and let it bake on the embers for another half hour.
Additional advice for the preparation of the octopus: If you have a fresh octopus it is best to freeze for a day, because then the octopus will be softer.  Serve the Peka preferably  with homemade bread, and typical dessert prepared in Dalmatian the rožata.    Enjoy!

Video file :   Dalmatinska peka on You Tube
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