Villa Masha is a detached house, very finely accommodating 6 to 7 persons. It is rented as a single unit. It has three two-bedded and one children two-bedded rooms, a spacious daily room, kitchen with dining room, connection to wireless internet (Wi-Fi), LCD SAT-TV, two WCs with bidet and two bathrooms. There is also a baby cot and a high chair. On the ground floor there is a laundry machine. The house is provided with all household necessities.
The urban complex of Trogir is among the most valuable and best preserved medieval monuments along the eastern Adriatic coast, founded in the 4th century B.C. as the Greek colony of Tragurion. It fully flourished in the Middle Ages. One of its pearls is the Cathedral of St. Lawrence, with the famous Radovan Portal. The master Radovan is the true symbol of stone sculpture art of Trogir. He is also the most important sculptor of the Croatian Middle Ages.