SUKOŠAN - near Zadar (10 km), 5 National Parks and 2 Nature Parks, the largest marina on the Adriatic coast, proximity to airport and highway connections are certainly good reasons to choose Sukošan for your charter base.
In the wide Zlatna uvala bay, on a small cape, a medieval town Sukošan was formed. Today the town extends along the entire large bay, and its ancient part is now in the very centre of the developed tourist resort.
It was named after St. Kasijan, whose name the parish church carries. The church was built in the Middle Ages. The archbishop of Zadar Matheo Valaresso has built his mansion in the peaceful landscape of the Sukošan bay on an artificially made islet. This palace was the most significant example of country house architecture in the 15th century. The square "Upper door" is particularly vivid with renovated old villas converted into charming restaurants and a chapel dedicated to the Virgin Mary. The city comprises of traditional narrow streets and natural promenades. It’s a place of vineyards, olive groves, lush vegetation and friendly hosts.
Coastline and many bays, sandy beaches and clear sea are suitable for a family vacation. During the summer months various exhibitions are taking place, as well as concerts and theatre performances. Fishermen Nights, with fish, Dalmatian wine and songs are held every Thursday.
Marinas and Nautical harbours of Sukošan
- Marina Dalmacia Bibinje
Nearby nautical centres are
We suggest you visit
- Church of St. Kastijana
- Archbishop's mansion -Palac
Arrival in Sukošan
By plane: airport Zadar (5 km) Split Airport (130 km)
- Munich 740 km
- Vienna 655 km
- Trieste 320 km
- Milan 745 km
- Budapest 650 km