Sunrise Zadar

Near Zadar, Northern DalmatiaSleeps: 10 + 2
Sunrise Zadar
  • Sleeps 10 + 2
  • 5 bedrooms
  • 3 bathrooms
  • Partial air-conditioning
  • WiFi
  • Private pool
  • Distance to beach: 6.0 km
  • Distance to coast : 6.0 km
  • Nearest restaurant: 200 metres

Good party and family villa, great area for activity holidays and short drive to beaches

What we say
This is a good, solid family villa in a fresh rural setting. Choise of beaches within 6km and national parks and Zadar town nearby


  • 10 + 2 persons


  • 5 x Double bedroom
  • 1 x Double sofa bed in living room


  • 1 x Bathroom with bath tub
  • 1 x Separate wc
  • 2 x Ensuite Shower room


  • Private pool


  • WiFi

Cooling and heating

  • Partial air-conditioning


  • Satellite TV
  • DVD player
  • Bedlinen provided, weekly
  • Bath towels provided, weekly
  • Washing machine
  • Iron
  • Hairdryer


  • Oven
  • Hob
  • Fridge with freezer
  • Dishwasher
  • Microwave
  • Coffee maker
  • Toaster
  • Cooking utensils/tableware


  • Garden
  • Enclosed garden
  • Terrace
  • Outside dining area
  • Outside kitchen
  • Barbecue


  • Children's outdoor play area


  • Private parking for 4 cars


  • Plot area: 2500 m2
  • Floor area: 300 m2


  • Level access


  • Nearest beach: 6.0 km
  • Nearest coast: 6.0 km
  • Nearest shop: 200 metres
  • Nearest restaurant: 200 metres
  • Nearest cafe/bar: 200 metres
  • Nearest airport: 20 km (Zadar)
  • Second airport: 127 km (Split)

A good, new, comfortable family child-friendly villa, just 6km away from a lovely, sandy beach and 30 min drive from one of the most beautiful Adriatic cities, Zadar. The villa is modern, but has retained one specific old feature of all Dalmatian houses- the wine cellar and kitchen with a huge open fireplace, where you can socialise and prepare old traditional Dalmatian food such as lamb in "peka", which is lamb baked in a large metal dish under hot coals. Do not panic, there is a smart second kitchen in the open plan living room, and the old traditional one is for parties! This villa is a great base for relaxation and exploration, but within an easy reach of everything, including some stunning national parks (Plitvice, Krka, Paklenica, Velebit). The centre of the village with shops, restaurants and cafes is 200 metres away and small children can have fun on slides and swings.

Sunrise Zadar - near Zadar


The villa is spacious, comprising 300 square metres of living space in a garden of 2500 square meters (over half an acre). There is air-conditioning in the living area and all accommodation is on the ground floor, including the 5 bedrooms and 3 bathrooms. The living room is tiled and furnished with 3 large sofas, and provides a satellite TV, DVD player, WiFi. The modern kitchen is equipped with a fridge/freezer, cooker, dishwasher, kettle, coffee machine, cooking utensils and tableware. There is large dining table in the dining area. The bedrooms are provided with electric fans and all contain double beds and wardrobes. Two bathrooms contain showers, whilst the third bathroom has a bath tub and a washing machine. As the sitting room has a pull out sofa, extra 2 people can sleep, making it a villa for 12 people. All bed linen and towels are provided.


The villa has a large, fenced garden and a pool surrounded by a sunbathing platform and with deck chairs. There is plenty of grassy lawn for children to kick a ball around, and an area with swings and slides for the children. A covered pergola provides a nice shady spot for dining.

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Roman ruins and modern innovations in Zadar. Zadar is the principal city in the region and a busy and lively Mediterranean coastal town with charming narrow streets and alleyways bustling with shops, cafes and restaurants. Located on a peninsula surrounded by the gleaming Adriatic, it was once a Roman colony. Its main square, the Forum is an outdoor museum of Roman ruins. Historic sites include the city gates and fortress and in particular, the Byzanthium-influenced Cathedral of St Donat originating from the 9th Century is the finest example of Croatian architecture of the old Croatian period. The city has 30 churches all rich in architecture and art and worth visiting. Had it not been for the 72 bombing raids during WWII, the city would have historic architecture to rival Dubrovnik. Still, we're lucky it survives at all as post-war planners wanted to knock it all down. Sense prevailed and instead a brave new 'utopian' city was born incorporating 3000 years of Roman, Venetian and Slavic history.Aside from historic architecture, the city features two contemporary art installations by local architect Nikola Bašić – the singing sea organ, a series of 35 underwater pipes that whistle as the waves wash through them, and the Sun Salutation, a solar-powered lighting installation.

Night Life
Zadar has a very lively night life with many restaurants, clubs and bars. It is the centre for music parties, and world famous DJs are frequent guests throughout the year. For lovers of classical music there are many concerts too. Famous music festivals take place in Petrcane Village just outside Zadar, "the New Ibiza", epicentre of cutting edge music. For those who enjoy classical music, Musical Evenings at St Donat Cathedral provide classical concerts in magical surroundings (Ticket office, telephone: +385 (0)23 314 552 or +385 (0)23 314 552).

Getting there. Zadar has its own airport with direct flights from the UK and many European cities and is less than three hours' drive from Zagreb's international airport. Zadar has a regular ferry service connecting it to Ancona in Italy and local ferries link it to the islands of the Zadar Archipelago.

Zadar Airport

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