Villa Sonja

Address: Tina Ujevica 38, Zadar, 23000, Croatia | 3 star villa
 
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This 3 star villa, located on Tina Ujevica 38, Zadar, is near Paklenica National Park, Church of St. Donat, Jadrolina Ferry, and Square of Five Wells (Trg Pet bunara).
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      Travel Blogs from Zadar

      Gilligan's island and SSMinnow resurrection

      A travel blog entry by ssminnow on Sep 08, 2014

      4 comments, 11 photos

      ... the cathedral, crypt and temple. In the area of the old palace walls there were shops, shops and more shops. Had a wander around, again some cute little alleyways to venture into. Sat on the promenade area at the port and had a drink while waiting for the ferry which took us back to Trogir. We went back to the same restaurant for dinner as the night before as the food was great and the service from Ivana the waitress was fun.

      Sunday - what an ...

      Locina, Molat

      A travel blog entry by ellisasailing on Sep 03, 2014

      1 photo

      With a break in the rain we decided we needed to move on as need to make Rovinj by next weekend. Very overcast but a good sail up to Molat and once we were through the gap and on the west side of Molat the seas were much calmer. Realising that Locina was no anchoring we headed round for a peaceful night in Podgarbe, a small bay with great shelter and clear ...

      Zadar, Bibinje, and Jas filling his bucket list

      A travel blog entry by jacquelinerose on Jul 13, 2014

      27 photos

      ... the old town to explore, just a ten minute walk away along the old stone city walls. The city still has several buildings standing that were built in the early to mid Middle Ages, though many have obviously been torn down and rebuilt since then. The old town is closed to cars, and the streets are made of worn, shiny beige stones. As we entered the old town we stumbled upon the remains of a city wall and watchtower on the Square of Five Wells, named very literally because ...

      Sea, Sun and chillin

      A travel blog entry by watso on Jun 06, 2014

      34 photos

      ... t want to burn so he spent most of the time near the little shack-restaurant owned by an nice old italian (and hairy) lady that moved from italy here to set up camp and she made some of the best food I've ever tasted, right there in the middle of nowhere on a small beach in Dugi Otok. Her shopski salad (almost like greek salad) was to die for. So much fresh olives and cheese, and she said her secret is to ...

      Sunsets and Sea Organs

      A travel blog entry by amybulger on Aug 31, 2013

      ... apparently has one of the best sun sets in the world, but I think that that is the combination of the sun setting itself and the soundtrack of the sea organ. It's something that you can't capture in a picture or describe, you just have to go and see it! Later that evening we went out for dinner to this little place that had 4 tables, sandwiched between the rest of the restaurants in the old town. It was some of the best seafood I have ever had. ...