Stone house in the center of the old town, Betina, setting out over 250 residential square meters and 120 square meters of the croft. There are three terraces, one of which is on the roof where you can enjoy the view over the Adriatic sea. There are five bedrooms, with separated entrances from the terrace. There is also a possibility of building separated apartments. You’ll also be able to use one kitchen and a bathroom.
Electricity, sewer, telephone and water connections provided.
The beach and the city center are 1-3 minutes away.
Zadar is a beautiful, 3000 years old centre of North Dalmatia, resting on the coast of the Adriatic sea that will give you an opportunity to testify its vivid history and enjoy the contemporary aspects of its culture today. Zadar evolved a lot through the years, transforming itself from a prehistoric settlement to an Illyrian village to a Roman municipality and surviving other transformations until it was finally liberated and reunited with the rest of Croatia in 1993. As the Croatian National Tourist Board says, the region of Zadar tells the story of the sources of Croatian cultural heritage better than any book. Zadar is brimming with unforgettable Romanesque churches and each one of them has its own story, such as St. Anastasia, St. Chrisogonus and St. Donatus, which is recognized as the symbol of the city and is the most monumental Croatian building of the early Middle Ages. . When the season arrives in August, the Saint Donatus Church is used as a host to the popular festival of European renaissance classical music.
In the area around Zadar, we can run in to Nin, a small city known to be the oldest Croatian royal city which also situates the smalest cathedral in the world – The Church of the Holy Cross.
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