Puntamika

Information collected for you, from Villa Punta – apartments in Zadar Croatia
This part of Zadar has been inhabited since the Neolithic period. Punta Mika has always served as an important defense point of the city, as it monitored from here the port of Zadar – this is also the reason why a lighthouse was built here, which is not far from our villa Punta.
Along the coastal road there are beaches, as well as numerous cafes, restaurants and two Marines, on the one hand the Marina Borik, right at the entrance of Punta Mika and about 350m away from our villa Punta and on the other hand here the Sailing Club Uskok.
In the evening you can also eat on the terrace an ice cream and the beach during the day is used by swimmers and sunbathers.

Diklo

Diklo by zadar travelThe small holiday village in the northwest of the city of Zadar, has long pebble beaches, as well as sports grounds, a few cafes and easily accessible beaches for families with small children.

 

 

 

 

Pakostane

Pakostane Bild im InternetPakostane is located about 8 km in the south of Biograd na moru and, with its almost 4,000 inhabitants over a range of cuisine, diverse entertainment and sports.

 

 

 

Biograd na moru

Biograd na moru by biogradnamoru.hr..also called the „white city by the sea“, is located between Zadar and Vodice. Biograd has 2 marinas popular as output ports for many boat and yacht owners.
During the day, people are at the beach and the harbor promenade of Biograd from the evening in the alleys of the old town with its bars, clubs and taverns.

 

 

 

Nin

Brücke am Eingang zu Nin

On the small island, there is a part of the old town of Nin, which is connected by two stone bridges on each side of the shore.
Nin is the oldest Croatian royal town. There is the smallest cathedral in the world and the coronation church of Saint Nicholas. There are also in Nin one of the most beautiful beaches in the world.

Another plus in Nin is, that there is a curable sea sludge which is believed that it can cure many diseases. In addition, here also a Saline (salt works), salt production is based on a thousand year long tradition.

 

Dugi Otok

panorame-Dugi-otok- by dugiotok.hrDie „long island“ brings it to 52km in length and 124m ², making it the second largest island of Northern Dalmatia
Great beaches and crystal clear blue water, and the Telascica Nature Park make Dugi Otok something special.