You can visit Saint-Kasijan church which is in a little village, a building with gorgeous Baroque and Romantic detailing or Saint-Martin church which is situated in Kastelin. Another possible church to visit is the Notre-Dame de Grace which is situated in an ancient village, another amazing building. There are regular services in many of the churches in Zadar and perhaps attending a service will provide you with a greater depth of religious understanding and cultural knowledge. The traditions in the area are fascinating to unearth and discover.
Sukosan is also famous for its beautiful beaches and hidden coves and bays. Certain beaches include: ‘Djecji raj’, ‘Makarska’ and ‘Zlatna Luka’. The beaches along the Adriatic coast are any sailor’s dream. Fine stretches of golden grains, spectacular waves and colourful seas as well as a diverse and stunning flora and fauna: there is nothing lacking in these waters.
If you wish to enrich your holiday with more possibilities that extend beyond stretches of sand, a sailboat charter in Sukosan will allow you to do just that. Holidaymakers can fill their days with a whole range of fun activities: volley-ball, basketball, football, tennis, cycling, diving, wind surfing. You name it and Sukosan will bring it! There are sports centres where you can rent equipment and the gear that you need, and you can book sessions with trained professionals who can set you on a route or train you according to your level. Whether beginner or advanced, you are sure to find something to do that will quench your thirst for adventure!
Krka River is a nature park abounding in sea, lakes, waterfalls and rapids. Situated at the foot of Dinara mountain, its natural splendour sits strikingly against a majestic landscape. Due to its beauty and geological qualities, the site was named ‘National Park’ in 1985. The park extends roughly 109km2 along the Krka River. The most famous and visited waterfalls are ‘Skradinski buk’ and ‘Roški slap’ which are accessible and available for visits throughout the year. From Roški slap, the river Krka becomes Visovac lake in the middle of which Visovac island is situated. Here you can visit the church and tiny Franciscan monastery which is surrounded by magical marine and natural life. The first people to live on the island were the Augustin monks and they built the monastery and the church. Franciscan monks still live there today.
This National Park is also situated along the Adriatic coastline and thanks to its natural, scientific and geological diversity was named a National Park in 1949. The sea touches the mountain in the deep canyons; the two more impressive canyons ‘Velika Paklenica’ and ‘Mala Paklenica’ are full of precious flora and fauna as well as the monumental rock ‘Anica Kuk’ which is known as the most popular terrain for alpinists. In general, the National Park is perfect for long hikes and here you will find approximately 400 spaces to do some hiking; take time out of your sailboat charter in Sukosan to explore the possible 150km of paths to trek. Entry tickets to the Park cost 50 kunas, but you can easily fill a day here, so it is worth the money.
This mountain rage was named National Park in 1953. Created by multiple summits, in this area you will find both the cold climate of the Alpes as well as the moderate Mediterranean climate.The highest summit in the area is Veliki Risnjak which is 1528 metres high. The vegetation and green spaces in the zone are particularly fascinating as well as the beautiful reservoirs which hide therein. Visitors to the Park can enjoy mountain sports such as biking or trekking which may be a refreshing change and bring an element of excitement to your sailboat charter in Sukosan.
Arriving at this destination should be relatively simple. If you are coming from Europe, you could drive or get the train; and if you are coming from further afield, there are regular flights which run to Zadar airport. Flights and travel costs will be more available during high season, usually April-October. Most major airlines fly to Croatia and there are 4 airports: Zagreb, Zadar, Split and Durbovnik to choose from. There is also the possibility to cruise or sail to Sakosan; the port is centrally placed and easily accessible if you are arriving by boat.
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