Zadar Cottages

Vir, Privlaka and Nin, Northern DalmatiaFrom €905 per week
Zadar Cottages

Stay in a brand new villa which has the look of a seaside stone cottage, but inside is arranged as two swish modern apartments, decorated in cool white, beige and the sand colour of the beach, and providing a very relaxing atmosphere. This pair of cottages shares the same garden and pool. In total, 12 people can stay in the properties, but you can rent just one cottage for 6. The location is a charming coastal village near Zadar, only 200 metres from a sandy and sunny beach.


APARTMENTS 1 and 2 (Cottage 1)

Each apartment sleeps 4-5 people and consists of a bedroom with a double bed, a bedroom with a sofa bed, a shower room, a modern and comfortable sitting room with satellite TV, DVD player and a large corner sofa bed, a dining area with table and chairs for 4 people, and a kitchen equipped with a fridge, freezer, cooker, dishwasher, washing machine, cooking utensils and tableware. French doors in the living area lead out onto a bright and sunny terrace, with a table and chairs.


APARTMENTS 3 and 4 (Cottage 2)

Each apartment sleeps 2-4 people and has one double bedroom, a living area with a comfortable sofa, armchairs and dining table seating four people, a fully equipped kitchen with stylish white units and a porcelain wood tile splash back, and a modern shower room. There is a French door in the living area leading out onto a bright and sunny terrace with table and chairs.

Bedlinen and bathroom towels are provided for all apartments.


Outside is a lovely pool for the sole use of the occupants of the four apartments. There is a spacious garden and terrace with plenty of sun-loungers, and a BBQ. Ample private parking is provided.

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Landmark castle
The small town of Vir is located on a small island of Vir which is linked to the nainland by a bridge at Privlaka, in the Zadar region of the Adriatic coast of Croatia. It is 26km north of Zadar. It comprises small holiday villas and several pebbly beaches, with very clear sea, great for swimming. Life on Vir is very slow and relaxing. There are several grocery shops, a market and some excellent restaurants, beach bars, cafes. Fish, sea food and home grown lamb are excellent. Traditionally it is a wine growing, farming and fishing area, and tourism has developed over the past 50 years. You can enjoy this sunny and tranquil beach heaven and take walks through olive grows, pine woods, picking figs growing wild along the way.The old part of the village is very beautiful, and has several churches from 12th and 13th century. Although small in size, Vir island boasts numerous sights. The most famous is certainly the Kastelina, a sixteenth-century fort built by Venetians as defence against Turks and local pirates. Visit the beach in Sapavac cove, near the Kastelina fort, where you can roll about in therapeutic mud, rinse in the sea and sleep the afternoon away under the shady pines. This is a great place for a family holiday, as close to the town there are numerous coves and beaches. A little further away, there is arguably the most beautiful beach, Duboka Draga (Deep Cove) in the northwest of the island. This beach is lined by spectacular red rocks, which are an amazing sight against the crystal-clear sea.The island and town of Vir is connected with the mainland by a small bridge, so it is very convenient for exploring further afield. Easily reached is the nearby old town of Nin, which has the world's smallest cathedral The Holy Cross Cathedral. Visit the beautiful main regional town of Zadar, or Krka waterfalls National park near Sibenik. Also the amazing Plitvice Lakes and Paklenica National park are within a scope of a day's trip.


Zadar Airport

Zadar Airport is 10 km from the centre of Zadar and 16 km from the A1 motorway.
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