The project is situated north of Split in Croatia and attracts a large amount of European yacht tourism to its existing village and boutique hotel. The client wishes to extend development onto an area of land on the peninsula on which it sits. It is planned to develop the newly available area into a resort hotel and residential development. The surrounding local environment is of attractive virgin coastal land interspersed with low scale villas and residential dwellings. The area to be developed is completely free of existing construction and has been cleared to 'grade'. There are extensive views of the Adriatic sea from the west / north west side of the site, and there will also be views east / south east to the existing marina from the upper levels of apartments intended for the middle of the new site.The client wishes to design a development which has a relaxed 'beach resort' feel. This will attract more visitors to the new village as well as to the existing marina. The client intends the buildings on the new development to have a low-scale local feel, with an aesthetic of traditional 'spanish hacienda', mixed with Adriatic materials and vernacular elements. The overall architectural style has been indicated within this document, to be developed during the detailed design stages at a later date. The architect have designed a resort with a main hotel including conference, spa and a health clinic. Also included on the development are serviced apartments, residential apartments, a reital village, luxury villas, leisure facilities, and a beer hall with associated parking for the site will be 'golf buggy' type.