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Island Ugljan apartment (Dalmatia Zadar region) – Home 6069133 Apartment

  • 2 bedrooms
  • 4 sleeps
  • 7 nights min stay

Island Ugljan apartment (Dalmatia Zadar region) – Home 6069133

  • Apartment
  • 2 bedrooms
  • sleeps 4
  • 7 nights min stay

Apartment / 2 bedrooms / 1 bathroom / sleeps 4

Key Info

  • Beach / lakeside relaxation
  • Nearest beach 0 km
  • Child friendly
  • Car advised
  • Air conditioning
  • Pet friendly
  • Private garden

Description from owner

Description

Apartment for rent in Croatia. Guduće 5 km from Ugljan: Beautiful 2-family house. In the hamlet Muline 2 km from the centre of Ugljan, 1 km from the centre of Muline, in a quiet, elevated position, 150 m from the sea, 150 m from the beach, located by a road. For shared use: well-kept garden with lawn 400 m2. Barbecue house, parking at the house. Shop 1 km, restaurant 1 km, pebble beach, rocky beach 150 m.

2-room apartment 40 m2, on the ground floor, tasteful furnishings: living/dining room with 2 sofabeds and satellite TV. Exit to the terrace. 1 room with 1 double bed. Open kitchen (2 hot plates, dishwasher, freezer). Bath/WC. Terrace 10 m2. Terrace furniture. View of the sea. 1 pet/ dog allowed.

Stress free, sunny southern side apartment 100 m from the sea. Just 20 minutes ferry ride from the City of Zadar. Winner of the best european destination for 2016. Zadar is a great city, a city full of tradition and modernity, a city open to the sea. Stroll along the waterfront and

Apartment for rent in Croatia. Guduće 5 km from Ugljan: Beautiful 2-family house. In the hamlet Muline 2 km from the centre of Ugljan, 1 km from the centre of Muline, in a quiet, elevated position, 150 m from the sea, 150 m from the beach, located by a road. For shared use: well-kept garden with lawn 400 m2. Barbecue house, parking at the house. Shop 1 km, restaurant 1 km, pebble beach, rocky beach 150 m.

2-room apartment 40 m2, on the ground floor, tasteful furnishings: living/dining room with 2 sofabeds and satellite TV. Exit to the terrace. 1 room with 1 double bed. Open kitchen (2 hot plates, dishwasher, freezer). Bath/WC. Terrace 10 m2. Terrace furniture. View of the sea. 1 pet/ dog allowed.

Stress free, sunny southern side apartment 100 m from the sea. Just 20 minutes ferry ride from the City of Zadar. Winner of the best european destination for 2016. Zadar is a great city, a city full of tradition and modernity, a city open to the sea. Stroll along the waterfront and hear the amazing sound of the "sea organ" while watching "the most beautiful sunset in the world" according to Alfred Hitchcock.

Small, busy, family-friendly resort and bathing resort with 1'000 inhabitants, in the south western part of the island, directly by the sea, 10 km north-west from Preko, 18 km north-west from Kukljica. In the resort: grocery, post office, bank, restaurant, bar, disco, folklore evenings, concerts, evening entertainment, museum, attractions. Besides: pharmacy 10 km, doctor 10 km. More possibilities for shopping and entertainment 6 – 18 km.

Location description from owner

The Zadar County region

Zadar is a three-thousand-year-old city that likes to be reminded of the words of the Byzantine emperor and travel writer Constantine Porfirogenet from the 10th century who, upon visiting the city, wrote in his work "On Ruling the Empire" that Zadar was "older than Rome".

Since the beginning during the Liburnian period to the Roman municipium to the fall of the Western Roman Empire, Zadar developed as city. The first writings on Zadar were found on Pharos (Hvar) reminding of the battle with the Greek colonists when the inhabitants of Zadar (Jadasini as inhabitants of Idassa or Jader) 384. B.C. in helping the locals suffered a great defeat. Rome raised it to the rank of colony (Colonia Julia Jader) 48 B.C. upon order of Julius Cesar himself, even though the order of fortification and building was given by Emperor August. The plan of Roman streets is visible to the present day. The Zadar Forum was the biggest on the eastern coast of the Adriatic. In the tumultuous period of migration of nations, the city declined and it is presumed that an earthquake ruined most of the Roman buildings. Christianity expanded very early in the area. The first bishop of Zadar known by name was Felix and he participated in the work of two councils: in Aquilea in 381 and in Milan in 390 where he was the third in line to sign the letter to Pope St. Severino, right after St. Ambrose, signing as Felix Episcopus Jadertinus.

With the fall of Salona towards the end of the Western Roman Empire, Zadar was the centre of Dalmatia; from the Byzantine – Eastern Roman Empire it was the centre of the thematic unit until Austrian-Hungarian rule when the Dalmatian Parliament sat here. The reason for this was in its being a fortified town with ideal port position which was its pride and misfortune through the centuries, as well as for its fertile and vast plains in the hinterland. A symbol of the strength and significance of the Church of St. Donatus, one of the biggest church rotunda from the 9thcentury thus named many years later after bishop Donatus who had an exceptional diplomatic role of mediating between Charles the Great and the Byzantines. He recognized briefly the Frankish rule and that of the Croat kings, and, due to its strategic importance, he was a thorn in the flesh to Venice. The following centuries were marked by the battle of Venice to rule over Zadar and the use of the Crusaders' army in the Fourth Crusade War in 1102 when Zadar was destroyed. The city was under the rule of the first Croatian-Hungarian King Koloman, a Zadar golden period of maritime and trade development of the city. Finally, the Republic of Venice bought it for 100 gold ducats from Ladislav of Naples, the heir to the throne who did not have great chance in this. Venice ruled until it fell before Napoleon's troops. Throughout the centuries of the Turkish and Venetian wars, when the Turks had conquered the entire surrounding area, Zadar was never conquered thanks to, among other things, its mighty rampart system and its position. But it was a period of stagnation for Zadar. The first and second Austrian rule followed with short intervals of Napoleon's rule when Zadar was the seat of Marshal Marmonte and the Illyrian provinces. During Austrian-Hungarian rule it became a strong administrative centre. Its distilleries and the liqueur factory on the maraschino tradition made it an ind

The First World War and the fall of Austrian-Hungarian rule, the diplomatic games of the Allies brought Italian rule (the Rapallo Agreement and the entrance of Italy into the war on the side of the Allies paid by the Croatian land) and fascism, and the city survived thanks to its status of free (duty-free) port. It went through numerous bombings by the Allies during the Second World War and 80 percent of the city was in ruins.

Zadar entered in the federal and socialist system of Yugoslavia. A period of city renewal, industrialization and late traffic evaluation followed, from which a destroyed city with a small number of inhabitants became the fifth city in size in Croatia. During the War for the Homeland, it was attacked by the Yugoslav National Army and local paramilitary forces and suffered great damages and decline. Once liberated, a period of traffic evaluation and development followed (building of the auto route, renewal of the airport, tourism, building of port facilities). Zadar is the centre of Zadar County as one of the units of regional self-government in Croatia and continues to be the fifth city in Croatia.

Muline, Ugljan

Ugljan - green island, called the Zadar garden, situated across the channel and in front of the city it is connected to by ferryboat. From the Roman villa rustica to the Middle Ages, this island served as summerhouse for the nobility and the rich (Califfi, De Ponte, Bartolazzi, Benja, ...). Olive growing has been nurtured here from the Roman Veteran Galliano, who had property here in the hamlet of Muline and an oil mill for processing the famous Liburnian olive oil which is being done to this day. The fortress of St. Mihovil (Michael) dominates the island and offers unforgettable views of the Zadar archipelago. The old fishing localities are Kukljica, Kali, Preko, Ugljan, Lukoran, Poljana and Sutomišćica among which Kali is most famous for its fishermen who fish tuna all over the world. Today all the localities are dedicated mostly to tourism. Two quaint islands lying in front of Ugljan are Ošljak with a characteristic fishing port and Galevac with its Franciscan monastery. These pleasant islets offer safe port and anchorage. Valid reason for visiting Ugljan is the peacefulness of the Franciscan monastery, antique ruins, cyling or walking on the kilometre-long trails along the dry stone walls, unforgettable view from Fortress Sv. Mihovil or just taking it easy on the beach. The municipality covers the islands of Rivanj and Sestrunj, which offer pleasure in sailing around them or just relaxing in the gentle coves.

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Families

  • Great for children of all ages
  • Pets welcome

Bed & bathroom

  • 1 Super King Beds, 2 Sofa Beds
  • 1 Family bathroom

Amenities

  • Wi-Fi available
  • Air conditioning
  • Private garden
  • BBQ
  • Balcony or terrace
  • Sea view
  • Internet access
  • Central heating
  • Safe
  • Fridge
  • Toaster
  • Dishwasher
  • TV
  • Satellite TV

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Access

  • Parking
  • Secure parking
  • Not suitable for wheelchair users

Policies

Check in time:13:00, Check out time:11:00
If you have any questions about check-in or check-out times, please contact the owner/manager.
Payment
This rental can only be paid for online through Holiday Lettings using your credit/debit card or PayPal (never by bank or wire transfer).
Smoking
Yes, smoking allowed
Cancellation policy
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About the owner

Damir R
Response rate:
100%
Calendar updated::
09 Aug 2016

Languages spoken: English, Italian, Czech


This Apartment has 2 bedrooms, 1 bathroom and sleeps 4. It’s been listed on Holiday Lettings since 26 Feb 2015. Located in Ugljan Island, the average weekly rate varies from £302 to £363.

The Owner has a response rate of 100% and the property’s calendar was last updated on 09 Aug 2016.

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