Croatia holiday villas in Sukošan
Situated just seven kilometres southeast of Zadar in a wide bay known as the ‘Golden Harbour’ (Zlatna Luka), lies the town of Sukošan. The town is easily reached via the Adriatic Highway, which ensures it is a fantastic location for a daytrip during your stay in our Croatia accommodation, including guests in our apartments Split as the town is just one and a half hours away. Sukošan is home to 3,000 inhabitants and includes the municipalities Debeljak, Glavica and Gorica. If you choose to stay in the area at a villas Croatia you will find that you are spoilt for choice as the town increasingly looks towards tourism, alongside their main economies of agriculture, viticulture, olive and fruit growing.
Self-catering holidays and family-fun
Sukošan is ideal for family holidays and you will discover plenty of activities to keep the whole family entertained. Discover the area’s beautiful beaches or visit the tourist office in July and August to participate in the daily creative workshops. Guests in our villas Croatia usually love the opportunity to craft their own souvenirs under the guidance of experienced artists – they tend to be the perfect gifts for loved ones at home! Children may love the Children’s Festival, which takes place at the sports centre during early August; here they can sing and dance alongside a live band.
Croatia accommodation and festivals
Whilst staying in our Croatia holiday villas you may wish to visit the fishing festivals which take place during June to September. Be sure to sample local fish specialities such as sardines, fish and oysters, alongside fantastic local wines and delicious desserts. Alternatively, be sure to visit the Summer Carnival in mid-July, where the locals dress up and celebrate with colourful paint, good food, wine, singing and dancing. It is the perfect accompaniment to a holiday in one of NOVASOL’s apartments Zadar.
Direct holiday homes and the Feast of St Cassian
The Feast of St Cassian takes place on August 13th in honour of the patron saint, Saint Cassian. The day is jam-packed with activities: from 8am there is a mass in the parish church of St Cassian, followed by a procession through the old town. You will find that nearly every house prepares a roasted lamb on a spit, which is offered to visitors from near and far. After a long and hearty lunch, revellers drink wine and soak up the atmosphere, which is followed by fun, dancing and fireworks late into the evening. The clubs and cafes are brimming with activity, as the locals mingle together until the early hours of the morning.
One of the main attractions for holidaymakers to stay in villas in Croatia in Sukosan are the beautiful beaches, such as the main city beach called Djecji raj. Most of the beaches in Sukosan are pebble beaches and the sea is relatively shallow making them excellent for swimming and for families with children to enjoy. Other great beaches to visit are Makarska beach and Zlatna Luka beach and the numerous coves along the coastline too. As well as beachside activities, holidaymakers can enjoy volleyball, basketball, tennis, hiking, windsurfing, diving and fishing. Sukosan has lots of great reasons to book holiday rentals in Croatia
NOVASOL are proud to offer a fantastic selection of Dalmatian villas in Croatia, ranging from cottages with hot tubs to seaside apartments. Whichever you choose, be sure to visit the fantastic town of Sukošan!
National Parks and Nature Parks
Croatian holiday villas in Sukosan are very close to five national parks and two nature parks, including the Kornati National Park, the Paklenica National Park, Plitvice Lakes National Parks and the Telascica, Vrana Lake and Velebit Nature Parks. As well as being a good base for visiting the national parks, Sukosan also has the Marina Dalmacija making it a popular place for sailing and the town itself is full of bars and restaurants which can be found in its narrow alleys.
From Croatia holiday apartments in Sukosan you can easy visit the impressive city of Zadar which is only 10 kilometres North. In Zadar, there are some superb monuments such as the 9th Century Basilica of St Donat and the Cathedral of St Anastasia. The city is not too crowded with tourists but has lots of character and it also has two unique attractions that have to be seen to be believed. The Sun Salutation is designed by Nikola Basic and is a circle in the pavement filled with glass plates that absorb the sun’s energy in the day powering the harbour lights and a sea organ sound, which with a light show every evening attracts lots of people at sunset to see this amazing sight! Sukosan is a great place for a holiday and we have many villas in Croatia to choose from.