Welcome to Sukošan

Zadar, Dalmatia































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Sukošan is a village along the

Adriatic road between Zadar and

Biograd na Moru.


It is also an ideal holiday resort

offering a wonderful coastline

with walks through an old alley,

coves and a cristal clear sea - as

well as known Nautical Centre.


Located in the Bay of Zlatna luka

Marina, the Nature Complex

Tustica, has lovely beaches,

olive groves and vineyards: here

hospitality belongs to local

cultural tradition.













































People still cherish their old

customs, like the Carnival with

typical “luzari” masques, the

feast of St. Kasijan, patron of

Sukošan, and the Nights of

Sukošan: with its numerous

restaurants and taverns, this is

a place where to enjoy drinking

wine and singing togheter.


Sukošan and Marina Dalmacija

Bibinje-Sukosan are situated

7 km south of from the historical

town of Zadar, at the very center

of the Adriatic Sea: the Marina

disposes with 1.400 sea

moorings, with electricity and

water connections, dry docks,

shop, cafe, restaurant, fuel

station and sanitary facilities.













































This blessed part of the

Dalmatian coast faces the

exceptionally beautiful National

Park of the Kornati Islands,

more than a hundred islands

with an untouched nature.


Nearby also the attractive

waterfalls of the Krka River,

another National Park, and

southwards the ancient towns of

Šibenik, Split and Dubrovnik.













































The town of Zadar has been for

centuries the metropolis of

Dalmatia and is still today the

centre of the Region: a city rich

on cultural heritage of world

importance, like the Roman

Forum (1st century), the Church

of St. Donat (9th century), most

famous Medieval Basilica and

symbol of the city, the renovated

Romanesque Church of St.

Krsevan, the Benedictine Belfry

of St. Mary (1105) with the

permanent Exibition “Gold and

Silver of Zadar” (“Zlato i Srebro

Zadra”), and the Cathedral of St.

Anastasia (13th century), the

People’s Square with the

Municipal Loggia and the Town

Guard Loggia (16th century), the

mighty City Walls with the Port

and Land Gates (16th century),

the Square of Three Wells (“Trg

Tri Bunara”) and the Square of

Five Wells (“Trg Pet Bunara”),

the Archaeological Museum


All prices and payments are in

Croatian Kuna but you can also

pay in Euro in almost every shop

and restaurant all of them also

accepting all major credit cards.






































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