• Nearest Beach: Direct Access

  • Nearest Town: Zaton 1km

  • Nearby Towns:

    • Zaton: 1km
    • Nin: 4km
    • Zadar: 15km
    • Trogir: 139km
    • Split: 167km

Sightseeing

Days Out

zadar

Zadar

The old town here is surrounded by sea on three sides and rivals Dubrovnik for charm. Much of the town's rich history is still evident - do visit the Roman Forum and the 9th century Byzantine church. The Riva sea promenade provides views out to the islands of Ugljan and Pasman and is a great place to enjoy wonderful sunsets. Its also the place to experience the sounds of Zadar's unique Sea Organ!

plitvice national park

Plitvice Lakes National Park

Without doubt this is one of Croatia's most beautiful national parks. Granted UNESCO World Heritage status in 1979 it is the country's most popular tourist attraction. Sixteen crystalline blue lakes are all interconnected by a series of waterfalls - the largest (Veliki Slap) is 70m high. Deep forest, river gorges, blue waters and above all the waterfalls all combine to make this a must see destination.

nin

Nin

A lovely old town set on an islet in a shallow lagoon. The beaches here are famous and total almost 8km in length. Queen's Beach is considered to be one of the most beautiful beaches in the world.

ugljan

Ugljan

This is closest island, at 20km long it runs parallel to the coast opposite Zadar. Its covered in pine forest and olive groves, there are 8 charming towns to visit including Preko which offers great views of the surrounding islands. A regular passenger ferry service runs from Zadar to Preko. Car ferries operate from Port Gaženica.

Events in the Region

Novalja, Zrce Beach, Music Festivals

Zrce Beach Music Festivals

Novalja is the scene of music festivals throughout the summer.  The action kicks off with the Big Beach Spring Break in late May, followed by the Hideout Festival at the end of June, the Fresh Island Festival in mid July, followed by Loveweek. In August it’s one event after another with the Black Sheep Festival, Barrakud Festival, Steroforest and finally the Sonus Festival.

Croatia, Pag carnival

Pag Summer Carnival

Pag Town is famous for its summer carnival (it's the oldest in the Adriatic), with events taking place over two days. There is a parade, traditional 'wheel dancing' and a huge bonfire which, according to local belief, should cast away all evil forces for the next year.

Off Parc Activities

If you feel like getting out and about whilst on holiday, the following activities are available in the local area:

The following activities are available off parc:

Activities Information

Fishing

2 km from site

Boat trips

0 km from site
Sports Information

Scuba Diving

13 km from site

Dinghy sailing

15 km from site

Kayaking

1 km from site