Air-conditioned studio with sea view balcony, free wifi, a flat-screen cable TV, a sofa and a well-equipped kitchen with a dining area. The private bathroom includes a shower and a hairdryer.
Located 50 metres from a pebbly beach, and 400 metres from the centre of Novalja, this property offers self-catering accommodation units with furnished balconies overlooking the sea. Free Wi-Fi access is available.
All units are air-conditioned and come with a seating area and a flat-screen satellite TV. There is a fully equipped kitchen with a fridge and a dining area. Private bathrooms are equipped with a shower.
A restaurant serving Mexican food is right next to the property, while a grocery shop is 20 metres away. The nearest bar is 300 metres from the apartments. At a distance of 20 metres guests can find a bus stop with lines to the party beach of Zrće, which is 2.5 km away.
The Main Bus Station is 600 metres from the property. Zadar Airport is 85 km away and airport shuttle service is available at a surcharge. The property offers free parking.
|Distance to the centre||Novalja||400 meters|
|Distance to the sea||50 meters|
|Nearest airport||Zadar||85 km|
|Nearest bar||300 meters|
|Nearest beach||50 meters|
|Nearest bus stop||20 meters|
Novalja is a tourist resort on the island of Pag. It is well known for its many well-kept beaches in the surrounding areas and an excellent tourist infrastructure. Zrće is the most attractive beach that offers a lot of sports and entertainment for young people. The numerous disco clubs and cafes offer fun through the day and night.
The many archaeological finds today bear witness to the turbulent history of the place. The most valuable artefact is an ancient aqueduct from the 1st century carved from living stone. The beauty of Novalja is also hidden in the picturesque villages that envelop it. In them you can find peace in the comfortable surroundings of picturesque coves and pristine nature as well as friendly hosts.
The botanical reserve of wild olives in Lun is a unique nature reserve in the Adriatic. Around 1500 wild olive trees, some of which are about a thousand years old, will fascinate you with their wild beauty and the unusual way they have grown.