The coast of Brijuni is adorned with a beautiful Roman country house which was built in the 1st century BC, but got its true glow in the 1st century AD. There were a few buildings located in various locations of the bay. The bay was also adorned by a luxurious mansion and Capitoline Triad temples of Neptune as well as spas, ponds and other economic elements. The buildings were surrounded by beautiful promenades, located by the sea. In addition, there were several Roman villas there, of which the villa on the hill Kolci stood out the most.
Veliki Brijun (near Veriga Bay)
44.909851, 013.774294 (44°54’35.5″N, 013°46’27.5″E)
The sightseeing of the Roman villa is free of charge.
Tickets for the Brijuni Islands:
January, February, November, December:
Adults: 125 HRK (16.50 EUR); children (4-14 years): 50 HRK (6.60 EUR); groups (min 25 persons): 100 HRK (13.10 EUR)
March, April, May, October:
Adults: 170 HRK (22.30 EUR); children (4-14 years): 75 HRK (9.90 EUR); groups (min 25 persons): 150 HRK (19.80 EUR)
Adults: 210 HRK (27.60 EUR); children (4-14 years): 85 HRK (11.20 EUR); groups (min 25 persons): 170 HRK (22.30 EUR)
Adults: 200 HRK (26.30 EUR); children (4-14 years): 80 HRK (10.50 EUR); groups (min 25 persons) 160 HRK (21 EUR)
GPS coordinates: 44.909851, 013.774294 (44°54’35.5″N, 013°46’27.5″E)
Address: Veliki Brijun (near Veriga Bay)
The Roman villa is located on the island Veliki Brijun, near the Veriga Bay (around 1.2 km from the port).
You must also show to the taxi driver that he must turn on the taximeter:
Molim Vas uključite taksimetar. Hvala!
Please can you tell me how to find this sight:
Molim Vas da me uputite prema Rimskoj vili koja se nalazi na otoku Veliki Brijun, kod uvale Verige (od luke je udaljena oko 1.2 km). Hvala!
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