Truly unique and special, Villa Arsia is one of the finest examples of compound contemporary and traditional architecture, with carefully chosen and decently spaced elements of industrial design. This house is a homage to the mining heritage, deeply rooted in the rich history of the east coast. Surrounded by greenery from all sides, the villa is located on the southern slope of the village of St. Bartul, in a quiet street overlooking the "youngest city" in Croatia - Raša, the Italian name Arsia, after which the house was named. The four spacious rooms with bathrooms comfortably accommodate 8 guests, a spacious living room designed by "open-space" concept is ideal for all-day family or friendly gatherings. The yard is divided into two parts - the bigger, with the dominant pool and large sunbathing area, and a smaller and more intimate "atrium", with outdoor fireplace and dining area.