The villa ” Jūros akis” (“The Sea Eye”) is a masterpiece of resort architecture of 1897—1910 that belonged to S. Tiškevičienė.
This Swiss-style villa has asymmetrical composition, all facades differ and the plan of the building is adapted for accommodation services. Following the reconstruction, a 52-seat coffee shop and three apartments furnished with luxurious antique furniture were set up on the first floor. Each room has a name: the first one is called ” Jūros akis” (“The Sea Eye”), the second — “Grafas” (“Count”), and the third room is introduced to the guests as “Meilužė” (“Mistress”). Legend says that Count mistress lived in this room.
In 1992, the building was included in the Register of Immovable Cultural Heritage Properties of the Republic of Lithuania. During the summer season, accommodation and catering services are offered in the building.