The holiday home Mirabella is a non-smoking holiday home with a total of 100 m² living space. In the house four persons + toddler find plenty of space. The beach house is located in a quiet cul-de-sac in Ljubacki Stanovi. Here you live in a quiet, rural idyll, but it still has not far to the city of Zadar.
The house is located just a few steps from the sea and has a wonderful view over the bay of Ljubac and the Velebit mountains.
Here the sea plays the main role in a world between breathtaking panorama, land and seabirds, sea and mountains. If you enter the west-facing, covered terrace with barbecue fireplace, the view extends for miles across the sea and an approaching weather front becomes a natural spectacle.
Behold, enter, immortally in love.
The bungalow style holiday home is situated on a 1500 sqm plot. Generous terraces attract south-west, as well as south-east sides. The rooms are equipped with either two windows or a patio door and a window. All patio doors and windows are equipped with shutters.
You can park your car on our own parking spaces.
On our terrace you can enjoy the sun on the sun loungers or let the day fade away on our comfortable garden furniture. For barbecue you have a charcoal grill available.
Living / dining room
In the living area a sofa set invites you to relax.
You will also find a flat screen TV and blue-ray (DVD) player.
In the dining area is a wooden table with chairs, which offers enough space for 4 people + toddler.
Our kitchen is equipped with a high quality fitted kitchen. The fitted kitchen includes a fully integrated dishwasher, a fridge-freezer combination and an extractor hood with exhaust air to the outside.
Further equipment is available in the kitchen: microwave, toaster, pad coffee maker, kettle.
The first bedroom has a double bed (width 1.60 m x length 2.00 m), two bedside tables, a chest of drawers, a cot (no travel cot), and a wardrobe.
The second bedroom is furnished with two single beds (width 0.90m x length 2.00m). 2 chests of drawers complete the furnishing of this bedroom. Through the patio door you reach the covered terrace overlooking the garden and the olive trees.
In Bad you will find a shower, a toilet and a washing machine, which of course is available to you.
The offers and sights are versatile here. Sail to the Kornati, stroll through the historic streets of Zadar, Pag, Nin or explore the Zrmanja Canyon by kayak. Many towns with rich historical and cultural heritage, national parks and other natural beauties are just a stone's throw away from our holiday home.
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The coastal town of Zadar, which is about 14km from the house, offers more than 2000 years old Illyrian and Roman old town, which is characterized by winding little streets, cozy cafes and many buildings of cultural and historical importance.
Particularly noteworthy here is the Cathedral of St. Anastasia (Croat. Sv. Stošija), a Romanesque basilica from the second half of the 13th century. Century with beautiful marble altars and paintings, the Church of St. Donatus (Crkva Svetog Donata) from the 9. Century and many other churches and a sprawling Roman forum.
Visitors from all over the world will also be tempted by the unique sea organ on the promenade. The musical instrument produces sounds through the wave movements of the sea under large stone slabs and thus offers a fascinating natural concert.
In addition to Zadar, 14 km away is the village of Nin, where, in addition to an extensive range of restaurants, the "smallest chapel in the world" can be discovered.
At the Hotel Resort Zaton you will find an adventurous, fun bathing offer, which especially pleases the smaller guests.
From our sun-drenched terrace you have a wonderful view of the island of Pag. The almost 59 km ² island is about 35km away and is easily accessible by the Pager Bridge in the south of the island by car.
The island of Pag is known throughout Europe for its lace and bobbin lace, the famous Pag cheese, as well as the excellent lamb roast.
The east coast, which faces the mainland, is almost bare due to deforestation under the Venetians and the stormy bora, and looks like an unreal walled moonscape, while the west coast, spared from the bora, is rich in vegetation. Here are endless olive groves, pine forests, vineyards and fields.
There are countless small villages and settlements on the island. Among the large towns and touristy popular places include the city of Pag and the northern resort of Novalja. Both places offer beautiful beaches and sandy beaches and a wide range of sports and leisure activities.
NP Kornati - unique group of 89 islands and cliffs
NP Krka -Krka river with its seven waterfalls is a natural karst phenomenon
NP Plitwizer Lakes - one of the natural beauties on the UNESCO heritage list with 16 larger and smaller lakes and waterfalls
NP Paklenica - the park where the sea and the Velebit mountains are united, where the famous Karl May films were filmed.
These are just a few of the many places to see!
But you do not have to get in the car for every attraction: beaches, shop and cafe are also within walking distance. For a bath in the evening it is enough to go 10 m downhill to relax in the sea