Address: Bozava, Dugi Otok, Zadar, Croatia | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel is located on Bozava, Dugi Otok, Zadar.
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Travel Blogs from Zadar

Clear blue water

A travel blog entry by planetgeli on Aug 09, 2015


... drops. When we got there...there was nothing. Probably the wildest campsite I've ever seen. You could have heard a pin drop from miles away. And it was hot. So hot. Being us we turned up with no money, no provisions and no idea of what we'd got ourselves into. So we drove back down again. I thought it was a beautiful, amazing site. But I cannot deny in this heat you need a sea to regularly jump into. We did a few more ...

Orgasmic ending, Hvala Hrvatska (Thank You Croatia

A travel blog entry by aalok.khurana on Jul 28, 2015

8 photos

... souvenir shopping. The evening time I had kept for something special. The Grand Finale.

After quickly collecting cute souvenirs we took out our car and headed for the kitesurfing school in the quaint little village of Nin about 30 kms away, for the last time. As we reached the beach I expected to see kites in the skies indicating the good winds but other than a few sea gulls nothing was flying that meant bad winds. Garrick and Archer confirmed my fear as the day was ...

Day 9 - Split -> Ancona

A travel blog entry by pburkard88 on May 18, 2015

5 photos

... to be sleeping through this scene on the couch completely unconscious.

Before long, the next memorable man of the trip, red shirt man, makes his presence fully known. He's an Italian man in a red polo dancing with infinitely more enthusiasm (and less rhythm) than anyone else in the dancing group. They do several coordinated dances (in which he is totally lost physically, but not mentally) including the song ...

Dalmatian Skies and War Wounds

A travel blog entry by tashahowe on Sep 30, 2014

10 comments, 131 photos

... collects the sunlight all day. At night all the lights flash different colors and patterns as the swells go in and out of the Sea Organ. It collects enough energy to light the entire boardwalk for the evening. A solar-powered disco! Spectacular! And of course, it’s called Sun Salutation!

Our weekend in Zadar led us to the tiny medieval village of Nin where we had the best food we’ve tasted all month: local squid sautéed in garlic and olive oil. ...

Zdravo! Part 2

A travel blog entry by katie-and-phil on Jul 10, 2014

1 comment, 6 photos

... for it. Phil's "scampis" were an awkward hybrid of shrimp and lobster (langoustines?) and had to be cracked out of the shell using his fingers. My sea bass was an entire fish on a plate and definitely not the size of the sea bass filets we order in the States. I was proud of myself for eating the whole thing though! Went spent the next morning at Zadar's beach...which proved to be much different than Florida beaches. Small white pebbles ...