Apartments and private accommodation Petrinja

Petrinja is a small town situated on the right bank of the river Kupa, 13 km southwest of Sisak and about 48 km southeast of Zagreb. It is the largest town in the Banovina area with a total population of 25,000 and it is an integral part of Sisak-Moslavina County. The strategic position of Petrinja was the cause of constant struggle through the long history of Banovina. In 1240, old medieval Petrinja was declared as a free royal city, which was confirmed...

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Holiday home Villa Nina

Petrinja

From sea > 50 km
Capacity 8 persons

from 120 €

Holiday home Villa Nina ( Petrinja)

In the immediate vicinity of Petrinja, only 50 km from Zagreb, in a very quiet and peaceful place is a holiday home with a swimming pool, surrounded by the forest and the Kupa River. There are no facilities or tenants in the neighborhood, and you will only be greeted by the peace, quiet and views of curious birds. Your oasis of relaxation is a forest shade full of nature scents that will make you calm and content. You are on a cultivated garden of 2500 m2 and a view that is not forgotten. The house is prepared for you, decorated and furnished, with two bedrooms, living room, kitchen, two bathrooms, and you have three large terraces to enjoy. A fully equipped kitchen will allow you to prepare your meal while grilling steaks on a pecan grill. If the children are with you while you are resting, they can be played on a playground adapted for all ages. Within 400 m there are tennis courts and other sports facilities, a restaurant, a cafe, promenades through the woods, bicycle paths, and walk to the mountain hut. The vicinity of the Kupa River, with its beaches and various sports facilities, will give you the choice of pleasure, boating or fishing.

Categorization Categorization - Holiday home Villa Nina

From the sea > 50 km
Capacity 8 persons

Price from 120 €

Tourist guide - Petrinja

Petrinja  - Coat of Arms Petrinja is a small town situated on the right bank of the river Kupa, 13 km southwest of Sisak and about 48 km southeast of Zagreb. It is the largest town in the Banovina area with a total population of 25,000 and it is an integral part of Sisak-Moslavina County. The strategic position of Petrinja was the cause of constant struggle through the long history of Banovina. In 1240, old medieval Petrinja was declared as a free royal city, which was confirmed later by king Bela IV. In the 16th century, Petrinja changed its original location at the foot of Zrinska gore to its present location on a fertile plain along the river Kupa. The Banovina area mostly covers the hilly slopes of the Zrinska hills and the Hrastovačka hills and smaller plain estates, along the river Kupa and Petrinjčica. Petrinja and surroundings offer many activities for relaxation and recreation such as walks on numerous promenades, hiking, and cycling trails. This way you can learn about the natural, cultural and historical heritage of the city and the surrounding villages located on the edge of the historic Banovina. Hrastovačka hills offer numerous marked hiking trails and all the paths lead to the highest peak of Cepeliš, where there are a mountain hut and a viewpoint at a height of 415 m. The well-known Petrinja promenade - a recreationally-pedestrian, circular walking path, 6.5 km long, starts upstream from the bridge on Petrinjčica. The particularly attractive area of the promenade is beautiful old trees. There are four cycling routes which are very pleasant and suitable for recreation in the area of Petrinja. Hunting tourism has been developed due to its rich forests and wildlife. Accommodation in Petrinja can be found in apartments, rooms and holiday houses as part of private family accommodation. In this way, you can get to know friendly hosts who will be happy to help you spend a pleasant and carefree holiday in this part of Croatia. Welcome to Petrinja!

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