Detached holiday home for 7 persons on 2,000 m2 large plot in quiet location, private pool, sauna, summer kitchen with barbecue fireplace
The comfortably furnished stone house is situated in a quiet location in the small Dalmatian village of Popovići. It is surrounded by a 2,000 m2 large plot of land with own vineyard and well-kept lawns and offers excellent conditions for a relaxing vacation in private atmosphere. In addition to a fully equipped summer kitchen with large barbecue fireplace and outdoor dining area, the property offers a private heated swimming pool (7 x 4 m) with sun terrace and sun loungers. Furthermore, there is a sauna for four persons. For the little guests there is more than enough space to play and a trampoline is provided too. Shopping facilities, restaurant and beaches can be reached by car in just a few minutes. The most beautiful city of Northern Dalmatia, Zadar, is about 45 km away and certainly worth a visit.
House for 5-7 persons: approx. 80 m2, one bedroom with double bed and additional single bed, one bedroom with double bed, bathroom with shower, living/bedroom with sofa bed (width: 150 cm, length: 180 cm), dining table and kitchenette, air conditioning and fireplace. Covered summer kitchen with barbecue, gas stove and washbasin, dining table and lovely views of the sparkling sea in the distance.
The house has central heating. Tablet and WiFi available (free of charge). PlayStation 4 Pro in the living room. In the spacious garden opposite the house there is a chicken barn where you can serve yourself with freshly laid breakfast eggs. You can also buy regional specialties such as cheese, bacon and ham from your landlord. Up to 5 mountain bikes can be rented (5 € per day per bike). If you want to experience a special adventure, we recommend a canoe or rafting trip on the Zrmanja River, which starts in Kaštel Žegarski, about 20 km away.
Dogs: Please note that dogs must be registered at the time of booking, stating the breed. The cost is 7 € per dog per day, and the fee has to be paid directly to the landlord.
Distance to the nearest beach (12 km), Grocery store (7 km), Restaurant (7 km), ATM (7 km), Bank (7 km), Pharmacy (7 km), Gas station (7 km), Airport (35 km)
Additional offerings: Ironing board, DVD player, Oven, Microwave, Stove, Coffee maker, Dishwasher, Refrigerator, Gas, Toaster, Water kettle, Kitchen utensils provided, Roofed Patio/deck/Terrace, BBQ Grill, Sauna - private, Shower, Separate WC, Children are welcomed, Pets allowed, Ocean view, Mountain view, Smoking allowed outside, Private Garden, Sea view, Children´s playground , Bathroom, Bedroom, Living room, Dining area, Living area, Bikes, Electricity, Water
Excursions available: National Park of the Kornati islands, Paklenica (ideal for those who love free climbing or walks in the uncontaminated nature), waterfalls of the Krka river (where it is possible to swim in summer), National Park Plitvice Lakes. The nature park of Telascica offers to friends of nature the possibility to admire famous salt lakes and the lake "Vrana" with its ornithological reserve. Rafting or canoe trips in the Zrmanja canyon, where the “Winnetou” films were made, ensure a special experience.
Northern Dalmatia for gourmets
The Dalmatian cuisine is greatly influenced by the sea. A special characteristic of this cuisine is fish in all its varieties. Fish 'na gradelama' (on the grill) is grilled above wood, fish 'na leso' is braised in water, oil and wine, seasoned with bay leaves, onions, pepper and salt. 'Brodet' is a type of fish soup or a one-pan dish, which tastes especially well when cooked with small fish. Mussels and scampi are typically the favourite 'na buzaru' seafood - prepared with onions, garlic, parsley, pepper and breadcrumbs. Another Dalmatian speciality, aside from fish, is pasticada - beef braised with vegetables. A coveted starter is air-cured ham, prsut, which is usually served with goat's cheese and olives.
Red wine is usually produced from the Plavina and Babic grape sorts. The most famous wine from the surroundings is Babic from Primosten, a fantastic dry wine made from grapes grown in parcelled vineyards – sometimes described as one of the greatest testaments of the human fight against the unruly stone. The most important grape sort of the white wines in the region is Debit, a favourite amongst the wine farmers of the inland. According to tradition, this grape is pressed through an especially strenuous mixture into a very exceptional wine – Zutina.
Discover the regions of Lika and northern Dalmatia! Northern Dalmatia and Lika are mountain regions that offer an unusual variety of natural and cultural-historical monuments. In ancient times, the Greeks and the Romans knew how to appreciate the gifts that the Dalmatians were offering to them. This region has always succeeded, and still does today, in integrating human culture with respect for nature and to hand on this lifestyle to future generations.
Discover with us the city of Zadar and its secrets, guarded behind the centuries-old walls. The former royal cities of Nin and Biograd, together with the romantic city of Sibenik, all on the Croatian coast, can tell us a lot about the long tradition and history of Croatia. The nature Park of Telascica and the national Park Kornati form a unique island universe which will leave a deep impression on everyone interested in visiting them. There is also the nature Park Vrana, full of rare fish and birds of various types. The waterfalls of the Krka River are one of the rare natural phenomenons of this limestone area and still remain intact, ready to astonish you.
You will discover a spectacular river that passes through the middle of the limestone area if you go canoeing or rafting on the Zrmanja River which will introduce you to another world.
The national park of Paklenica, situated in the Velebit Mountain, is something wonderful to see.
The 16 Plitvice lakes found a way by means of nature to transform impressive waterfalls into a fairytale landscape.
Visit with us the "lunar landscape" on the island of Pag and at the same time delight your palate with the typical spicy sheep’s cheese of the region. Smoked Dalmatian ham, sheep’s cheese, excellent wines, “Lika beer” and other specialties will provide a strong incentive to return to visit these idyllic places.
In near vicinity: Sightseeing, Shopping, Restaurants, Water sports, Swimming, Hiking, Hunting, Cycling
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