It is a tiny but comfortable campsite, near Zadar (Croatia). From campsites we were in Croatia, was the only one I find majos Croats, even helped us move the caravan! As we said we were the 1st Spanish people who were staying at the campsite. And they made us feel good. It had a small garden, and the end of the road was a small private beach for campers where you could enjoy beautiful sunsets. Croatia is a country I love, despite the bad road network, and the coldness of the character of its natives. At least that was our experience, of the 10 days we were visiting. Small campground in Petrcane, not far from Zadar. It has a small private beach, the owners were nice, and our experience was very good by the time we finished. We saw the sun falling on the beach which was a nice experience. Eye! The beach is stone, not sand!
at 46km from Zadar on the motorway from Zagreb to Zadar or A1, we found this area with restaurant and hotel. It is coming out of the tunnel that crosses the rock mass. And this is the charm of the place, the mountain is the coastal boundary of the Dinaric Alps, which stretch out from the Julian Alps of Slovenia to Albania and now we come to the Croatian coast, a narrow strip of land that part of this Solid to the ocean, and the endless islands looming over. The mountain that rises next to the area remind me of Montserrat. This zone has great views from the top of the mountain on the Croatian coast. We slept in the parking lot in our motorhome, with a terrible wind coming down from the mountains to the ocean. Sometimes I thought the car was going to take off. The Facilities are clean and new. It may be a good place if you arrive late to Zadar.
This is a small campground that is located in Petrcane, near Zadar. It has a small private beach, and the owners are very nice (sadly, in our experience not all Croats are so welcoming!), so we were very happy. You should know that the beach is stone, not sand.
The cozy family-run Villa Anton is next to the beach and 1.5 km south of Sukosan's city centre. The rooms all have nice sea views. After a day at the beach you can spend pleasant evenings on the terrace which overlooks the sea, or in the flower garden. You can also enjoy guided tours of Zadar, Zagreb, Split and Dubrovnik, as well as go on excursions to the national parks of Kornati, Krka, Plitvice and Paklenica, which the hotel can organise for guests. The city of Zadar is only 10 km away and Zadar Airport is 7 km away. Pick up service from the Zadar airport is also available. Policies: If the stay is canceled up to 14 days (s) before the date of arrival, no fee will be charged. If canceled later or in the case of a no-show, the entire stay will be charged.
The Hotel Villa Nico is a small private hotel near the sea and 3 km from the city center. You can savor excellent regional cuisine in the restaurant with terrace overlooking the beach. All accessories are available free for hotel guests. It has 18 rooms and has a 3-star rating.
The Villa Marina offers its guests a unique accommodation to enjoy an excellent stay, they also have a friendly staff that is at your disposal to help you in whatever you may need. Its rooms are comfortable, bright and fully-equipped. There are wonderful views you'll love. The hotel offers several services to never forget your visit to Sukošan.
The Palma Hotel is located in the town of Biograd na Moru. This charming place has well-appointed rooms which are fully equipped to ensure guests' comfort. All rooms have air conditioning / heating, high speed wi-fi internet, cable TV, bathroom with hairdryer and toiletries and a jacuzzi. Guests can make use of the spa and heated pool. Free parking is available exclusively for guests.