2015 marks the last chance to buy prime waterfront real estate at one of the finest resorts and communities found on Croatia’s stunning Dalmatian coastline. Only 36 units remain for sale at Sun Gardens, Dubrovnik, marking the resounding success of the real estate offering in this naturally striking, fig, olive and lavender-lined resort. The remaining units represent the last opportunity to buy these apartments, unlike anything else in the region.


Opened in 2009, Sun Gardens, Dubrovnik sits on a hillside that winds its way down to the gleaming Adriatic. Being able to offer luxury hotel facilities as well as an opportunity for residential ownership has made Sun Gardens, Dubrovnik, extremely attractive to buyers. While the Dalmatian sun and pristine sea is an enduring allure, real estate buyers have continuously benefited from the resort’s consistently high levels of occupancy throughout the season; meaning owners profit from a competitive and growing rental yield.

Sun Gardens

The Residences at Sun Gardens, Dubrovnik promise hassle-free second-home ownership and stand as one of the most successful and appealing real estate resort offerings in the South East Mediterranean. Buyers are lured by the enviable lifestyle on offer combined with strong financial benefits, which has led to the project’s enduring cachet.

Built across 22 hectares of strikingly beautiful Mediterranean gardens, there has been much with which to entice residents looking to own a second home. With unrivalled views and characteristic Croatian village architecture running throughout, the award-winning OCCO spa is another appealing feature thanks to its use of home-grown, organic products. The destination is fundamentally family focused, providing an array of sports, water-based activities and an energetic and creative Kids Club for children of all ages.


“Sun Gardens, Dubrovnik promises an exclusive and unique offering, with the endless sunshine, and fantastic amenities including private beaches and waterfront living,” says Julian Houchin, Commercial Director of iOAdria, the resort’s developer. “This really is a case of buying now or missing out on an opportunity which would offer all of these things, but an opportunity to own it, rather than just be a spectator or a passing visitor.”

A one-bedroom residence at Sun Gardens, Dubrovnik starts at €215,000, whilst two-bedroom residences are from €299,000.

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