self catering Izola

Madeleine - Sessa C38

Sleeps: 5+1 people in 2 cabins

Madeleine is a Sessa C38, built in 2013. Situated in the Old Mediterranean town of Izola which leans on the South Western coast of the Gulf of Trieste, where the authentic tradition of fishing and wine leave mystical traces of the past and the where friendliness of the locals merges into a mosaic of unforgettable experiences. The lively pace of the city and the romantic character welcome you, which is why it is said that once you have visited, the essence of the location will remain with you forever.

From 330 a night

Experience Luxury
Innovative design, elegant style and with light seeping in through large windows, that's what gives rise to the feeling of becoming one with the sea. Double cabin, large bathroom, two kitchens, the interior one is a creation from a famous Italian kitchen designer with an optimized space below the deck. Luxury and comfort - all in one. This boat is designed not to disappoint.
The boat has:
A Hi-Fi system with radio, CD player, and ability to link with iPhone and iPad, mp3 player, including remote control from cabin. A teak deck bathing platform with ladder and hot/cold shower . A refrigerator and microwave oven, air conditioning, brown leather cushions and dinette with sofa. Cockpit ice maker, electric grill with sun covers set 22''LED TV-s in dinette and bow cabin electric sliding sun roof , a double bed in bow cabin, three single beds in stern cabin and underwater lights for night swimming.
October - April
459€/day = 76.6€/person/day
May , June and September
595€/day = 99.1€/person/day
July and August
695€/day = 115.8€/person/day

The Old Mediterranean town of Izola leans on the southwestern coast of the Gulf of Trieste, where the authentic tradition of fishing and wine left mystical traces of the past and the where friendliness of the locals merges into a mosaic of unforgettable experiences. The lively pace of the city and the romantic character welcome you, which is why it is said that you never truly forget it.

The turbulent history of this fishing town has created a beautiful architectural treasures and ancient legends that take you back to a time when Izola was still an island. The Mediterranean spirit can be felt at every step on dense medieval streets, at the sight off a swaying boat in the harbor, a relaxed chat with the locals or the scent of the sea food specialties in the company of fine wine. In Izola you will never be bored since throughout the years various sports, cultural and entertainment events sought inspiration in the old customs and traditions. Museums, galleries and art studios will take you to the world of Istrian arts and crafts, but if you desire a true spiritual refreshment, please take a ride on the waves of the Adriatic.

The picturesque countryside of Izola with numerous valleys and long hills is a temple of gastronomic delights as you can discover the many local restaurants and farms, most with spectacular views of the Gulf of Trieste. Izola hinterland offers countless opportunities for walking and exploring the natural beauty of the Istrian hills, adorned with quaint stone houses and old churches. After which you can go on foot, by bike or even on horseback.

Distance from airport: 132 km from airport Ljubljana, 12 km from airport Portorož, 69 km from airport Trieste
Public transport: reliable and frequent bus service, taxis at night

Intercity buses in the direction Koper – Izola – Piran and Piran – Izola – Koper drive from Monday to Friday every 20-30 minutes, on Saturdays and Sundays about every hour.

Buses from Trieste to Izola and viceversa drive five times a day from Monday until Saturday. On Sundays there is no connection between Izola and Trieste.
For other intercity bus connections you could call Veolia transport once you have arrived.

Parking: marina parking is 15 euros/day, so be warned if you hire a car!

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