An important factor when looking for a property by the sea, a holiday home, is often the beach. What is the beach in the village and what are the beaches in the area like?
We would like to confirm that there are spectacular beaches in the Zadar region (these are just a few that we describe here):
BAY SAKARUN, Dugi Otok
If you sailed the Zadar archipelago, visited the island of Dugi Otok or saw a list of the most beautiful beaches in the world, you have certainly heard of Sakarun on the island of Dugi Otok. The beach is 800 meters wide and overlooks the Adriatic Sea. It is located on the northwest coast of Dugi Otok, near the villages Veli Rat, Verunic, Soline and Bozava.
QUEEN’S BEACH, NIN
Between the ones to mention is the Queen’s beach in Nin, with its 3 km long sandy beach, which is intended for fun and entertainment under the sun. The view from the beach shoots at the sea and the Velebit mountain range, and there is also the famous medicinal mud nearby.
The beach Kolovare in Zadar proves that it is possible to find a good beach directly in the city. The praised, clean and well-equipped beach Kolovare with many amenities is in an excellent location, easily accessible from the center of the city.
A pebble beach that stretches along the beautiful Biograd promenade, equipped with everything you might need on the beach: changing rooms, showers, deck chairs and umbrellas, outdoor massage, entertainment for adults and children, rent scooters, paddle boats, canoes and boats, slides, a diving club.
PISAK AND KULIN, STARIGRAD – PAKLENICA
Unique beaches of natural gravel that stretch along the slopes of Velebit and Paklenica National Park are a magical game and a gift of nature.
A paradise for children, families, young people and the little bit older, this 1.5 km long beach offers a variety of facilities that make every stay at this beach special. Sports enthusiasts can enjoy beach volleyball, tennis, jet skiing, badminton, aquagan and many other activities.
More information and photos of our beaches can be found here.
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