The house is owned by family Madirazza since the beginning of the 20th century, in 1933 it has been adapted and the distillery apparatus was installed inside for: lavender, immortelle, basil, rosemary, as well as there was also “balling” of the laurels leafs. Collection of the herbs as well as the work in the factory was performed by the local population.
The house is situated on the island of Čiovo in the near of the beautifull church of St. Jackob. Once the bridge is crossed, the one connecting the old town of Trogir with Čiovo, you need to make a left turn and then the first street to the right and continue with it for another 50 meters, beside the mentioned church, you reach the house of Klaudija.
The urban complex of Trogir is among the most valuable and best preserved medieval monuments along the eastern Adriatic coast, founded in the 4th century B.C. as the Greek colony of Tragurion. It fully flourished in the Middle Ages. One of its pearls is the Cathedral of St. Lawrence, with the famous Radovan Portal.