Beautifull luxury penthouse in the center of village Ugljan at Island with the same name. The place for romantic holidays.
Swimming in the claer sea, walking o the sand beach, playing wolleyball in the sea....
Penthouse is situated at tree floors, on the top of appartment house. On the main floor there is the dinning room, the kitchen, one sleeping room, a bathroom WC and the exit to the first terrace with astonnishing view.
On the lower floor there is a living room, second bedroom, second bathroom and exit to the balcony.
on the gallery there is another sleeping room, fitness equipment, PC corner and two bamboo laying chairs.
Imagine sitting on the terrace, just above sand beach, watching old monument from Xvth century. In far distance
you see white clouds over crown of Velebit mountain.
At night, same place, different view, lights of Zadar.
If you would like to taste a tradition of Mediterrrian, spoil yourself with great dalmatian food and vines, be a part of festivities, but also try challenges of diving between historical remains, sail amongst hundreeds of island, or opposite to all these, enjoy night life on open terraces of bars with live music, drinking cocktails and dancing, this is a place to be.
Restaurants, shops, bars
There are markets and shops just five minutes walk from penthouse.
The same is with restaurants, pizzerias, bars and taverns which are next door places.
For some more serious shopping of brand clothes or shopping malls, it is the best to go to Zadar, town just across, 20 minutes by ferry.
Island and village Ugljan
The village Ugljan is an unique combination of Mediterranean nature, rich and multilayer cultural and historical heritage and vivid and modern tourist everyday activities. Placed in a beautiful and idyllic natural surroundings, that gives it its Mediterranean attraction and serenity, turned towards the sea that gives it marvelous and unique history, Ugljan is a real treasury of events and adventures.
Tradition is deeply connected with the life of the inhabitants of Ugljan. Traditional way of life is connected to the sea, agriculture and fishery that are still the main activities in the island. Tradition includes some church festivities ( procession on Vela Gospa 15 th of August) .
Traditional activities, like vineyard cultivation, wine production, olive cultivation and fishery today have the function as a tourist attraction, and so you can see the touch of new and traditional everywhere.
There are lots of outdoor activities. Walking and biking trails, outdoor climbing, and watching various types of birds that are abundant in this region. Diving school is next door.
If you are a passionate hunter, catch hares, pheasants, pigeons, rabbits and quails.
Zadar town and region
Visiting Zadar town is a must. it is reachable by ferry from Preko,. Ferry takes 20 minutes to Zadar. Ferry port is in the old town, so you dont need a car for a tourist tour thru town.
Throughout history, Zadar and its surroundings have witnessed many turbulent events which made Zadar a sort of a city – museum.
The nucleus of the city developed in Roman times, whose legacy is still visible today in the remains of the Roman Forum, temple with a portico, aqueduct, amphitheatre, cemetery, city walls with forts and many city gates. The most famous monument and a symbol of the city is the church of St. Donatus from the 9th century which was built on the remains of the ancient Roman Forum. One of distinguished sacral monuments is also the Cathedral of St. Anastasia with a bell tower which dominates the peninsula. St. Mary’s church from the 11th century belongs to a Benedictine monastery of the same name, which keeps a valuable collection of medieval charters mentioning 11th century Croatian kings. Many sacral monuments of the Zadar area exist today owing to the historical course of events. Medieval Zadar with various churches and monasteries was a Christian centre of Dalmatia.
The Zadar region offers numerous curiosities.
Thanks to its rich historical legacy and various events that took place in this area, some curiosities date back to ancient times, while some are relatively recent, following the spirit and tradition of enriching the values of the city and its surroundings. One of its many attractions is a well-known Sea Organ, which is definitely a must-see, and a spatial installation “The Greeting to the Sun”, both constructed according to the project made by architect Nikola Basic. Some of Zadar’s landmarks are boat rower's taxis (barkajoli) and Kalelarga, a street older than the city itself. The silver chest of Saint Simeon is definitely worth seeing, and liqueur Maraschino is known worldwide. The triangle of Pag is a world phenomenon which will make your experience of this region complete.
Zadar is a city of picturesque scenery. Its exceptional location on a flat peninsula in the middle of the Mediterranean gives the town a certain particularity. A walk around the whole peninsula along a paved promenade offers an unforgettable view over the islands, especially at sunset.
The natural characteristics of the Zadar region comprise 1.200 kilometers of pictorial and clean coastline, the grandeur of around 300 islands and islets, and 3.640 square kilometers of the hinterland. The special feature of the Zadar region lies in the fact that it is surrounded by 5 National Parks: Paklenica, Kornati, Plitvica Lakes, Krka Waterfalls and Northern Velebit. It takes only an hour by car or by boat (for Kornati national park) to all the national parks.
We use to say " Come and see Mediterrian as it once was".
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