State residences managed by the Company Državne nekretnine are situated in Zagreb, in the Brijuni archipelago and on the island of Hvar. Certain properties have the status of protected cultural property, and the environment and nature that surrounds them have a special status of protection.

Park areas of residential buildings in relation to the area of state residences


12 000Area in m2

400 000 Culturally protected
park area in m2

5 000Number of artifacts
(art inventory)

Brijuni Islands

The Brijuni residential complex is a separate part of the Brijuni National Park and it extends over three islands (a part of Veli Brijun, Vanga or Krasnica and Galija). Park and forest areas occupy 400,000 m2, and the total area of the residential space, which includes four villas and two smaller buildings on the islands of Vanga and Galija, is about 9,710 m2. Jadranka and Kaštel residences date back to the beginning of the 20th century, while Bijela vila, Vila Brijunka and the buildings on the smaller islands were built in the middle of the 20th century.


The island of Hvar

  • Vila Kovač

The state residence Vila Kovač on the island of Hvar was built in the middle of the 20th century on an area of about 2,856 m2. This villa is located at the very end of Hvar’s promenade, in a large garden, with direct access to the public beach and berths.


City of Zagreb

  • Palača Pongratz

Palača Pongratz, better known as Visoka 22, is situated at the end of the street of the same name and on top of a hill which slopes descend towards Tuškanac, Streljačka and Mesnička streets. The complex, together with the garden area of 8,780 m2 has the status of a separate cultural property.