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Villa Krstina welcomes you to its beautiful garden with a green lawn where children can romp around before jumping into the refreshing private pool. Around the pool you can enjoy the sun on 6 sun loungers. Several trees provide shady spots on the lawn to relax. Next to the villa is a dining table for up to 6 people, perfect for a lovely al fresco lunch overlooking the shimmering pool. Inside the villa, the living room with TV is flooded with natural light, as are the kitchen and dining area in the same room, thanks to the large patio doors. The dining area for up to 8 people is located right next to one of the large glass doors and overlooks the courtyard. One of the bathrooms is also located on the first floor. On the second floor there are 3 comfortable double bedrooms and 2 further bathrooms. The balcony with its own seating area is perfect for enjoying your morning coffee or watching the sunset together. Villa Krstina is a great choice for a fun family vacation in Dalmatia. Villa Krstina is located in Vrana, 7 km from the beach and only 1 km from the nearest store, restaurant and café. In the Vrana Lake Nature Park you can take walks through the beautiful nature. There are 95 legally protected species in the park area. The old town of Vrana was built in the Middle Ages in the immediate vicinity of the lake. Just 8 km from the villa you can visit a fun water park for you and your children. The city of Zadar, about 45 minutes away, is a fantastic destination for a day trip with the family. The city is known for its Roman and Venetian ruins. There are several Venetian gates in the city walls. You can visit numerous churches from different centuries and admire their art and architecture. An unmissable, unique attraction for which Zadar is famous is the Sea Organ. This structure consists of steps along the coast that play a melody depending on how the waves hit them. One of the newest attractions in the city is the Glass Museum. It contains one of the best collections of Roman glassware outside of Italy, including goblets, jugs and flasks that come from archaeological sites all over Dalmatia.