Our terms of rental

1. Conclusion of contract

The apartment / holiday home is rented to the tenant for the specified contract period exclusively for use for holiday purposes or business meetings and may only be occupied with the maximum number of people specified in the booking. The rental contract for the holiday apartment / holiday home is concluded on the basis of the landlord’s offer if the down payment is made within the stipulated period. In the case of short-term bookings (less than 4 weeks before the start of the rental), the rental contract is concluded with the written or oral acceptance of the offer.

In accordance with the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), which came into force on May 25, 2015, we are obliged to inform you that data from your identification card is required when entering “eVisitor”. The personal data of the guests include: first and last name, type and number of the ID card, gender, country of birth, address, nationality and date of birth. Your personal data will be entered in the information system of the tourist association “eVisitor” of the Republic of Croatia and will be used for the registration and deregistration of guests (Law on the Residence Fee, Official Journal NN 152/08).

Your personal data are used only for statistical processing and are used by tourist communities, public institutions and state ministries.

List of institutions that are required by law to request your personal data: Ministry of Tourism – Tourist Inspection, Ministry of Interior, Ministry of Finance – Customs Administration. Any unauthorized use, publication, processing and processing, public presentation, transmission, distribution, recording or other unauthorized use of your personal data is strictly prohibited.

If for any reason you do not give your consent to submit your personal data, we are entitled to terminate the rental agreement in accordance with the conditions listed under 4.).

2. Rental price and additional costs

The agreed rental price includes all flat-rate incidental costs (e.g. for electricity, heating, water, air conditioning, final cleaning). It does not include electricity for charging and operating an electric car. Electricity for charging an electric car will be charged separately.

A down payment of 50% of the total price is agreed, which is due when the contract is concluded. The remainder of the payment is due 14 days before the start of the rental.

3. Rental period

On the day of arrival, the landlord makes the rental property available to the tenant in a contractual condition from 3 p.m. On the day of departure, the tenant will hand over the rental property to the landlord in a cleared and swept condition by 11:00 a.m. at the latest.

4. Cancellation by the tenant

The tenant can withdraw from the rental agreement before the start of the rental period by giving the landlord a written declaration. The time of receipt of the notice of cancellation by the landlord is decisive.

If the tenant withdraws from the lease, he has to pay a lump sum for the expenses already incurred by the landlord and the lost profit in the following amount:

Cancellation up to the 14th day before the start of the rental period: 50%

Cancellation up to the 60th day before the start of the rental period: 0%

from 14 days to 1 day before: 100%

The tenant reserves the right to prove that the landlord has suffered no or significantly less damage. The tenant is recommended to take out travel cancellation insurance.

5. Termination by the landlord

The landlord can terminate the contractual relationship before the start of the rental period without observing a deadline if the tenant does not make the agreed payments (down payment) on time despite prior warning or otherwise behaves contrary to the contract to such an extent that the landlord cannot be expected to continue the contractual relationship , In this case, the landlord can demand compensation from the tenant for the expenses incurred up to the termination and the lost profit.

6. Cancellation of the contract due to exceptional circumstances

The rental contract can be terminated by both sides if the fulfillment of the contract is made considerably more difficult, endangered or impaired as a result of force majeure that was not foreseeable at the time the contract was concluded. Both contracting parties are released from their contractual obligations. However, you must reimburse the other party that has already been rendered.

7. Obligations of the tenant

The tenant undertakes to treat the rental property and inventory with care. The tenant is liable for the culpable damage to furnishings, rental rooms or the building as well as the systems belonging to the rental rooms or the building, if and to the extent they are by him or his companion