The Court, including the walls, roofs and doorposts, was built out of the local stone. It is a cluster of buildings that face the sun, with a high wall protecting it from the cold bura wind that comes from the north. Eight terraced houses were built in a circle and they formed a court in the centre. It was used as a sort of family room, a ne st made out of stone for the entire family. This was where they rested, dined, did their homework, went about their household eho res and entertained guests. The footprint of the lurlinovi Dvori Court is 200 square metres. A stone table in the most auspicious place in its centre was the heart of their family life. During WWII, the table was chipped by enemy soldiers. The table was sheltered by a vine tree that is now 103 years old, which provides shade that is more than welcome on hot summer days. The courtyard featured a stone cistem which collected rainwater from the roofs and supplied the household.
The Court commands a breathtaking view of the olive groves, the karst field and the vineyards, which seem to extend down to the sea. A pleasant maestral wind blows in from the sea and provides refreshrnent for Draga and the Court.