The apartments Lana and Lili were completely furnished in spring 2014 at Preko, a small town located on the island of Ugljan.
The apartments are located 100 metres away from the main beach Jaz, where you can find a playground and a volleyball field.
(for one apartment)
Number of beds: 2
Number of double beds: 1
Sofa beds: 1 (2 persons)
Beach: 100 m
Beach type: concrete/sand
Town centre: 700 m
Nearest shop: 500 m
Use of barbecue
Equipment with devices:
TV and satellite TV
Equipment of the kitchen:
Dishes and silverware
Stove and oven
Equipment of the bathroom:
Languages we speak:
Nearest airport: 22 km*
Nearest train station: 11 km*
Nearest bus station: 11 km*
Nearest bus stop: 100 m
Nearest ferry port: 2 km
(*includes a drive via ferry)
Preko offers a pleasant family atmosphere, beautiful beaches and various ways to spend your free time. There is a good choice of pizza parlours, restaurants, taverns and coffee and pastry shops. During summer you can visit art exhibitions of local artists and go to some of the summer concerts of Croatian musicians on the open air stage.
You can also visit the old factory of olive oil.
Besides taking a walk to the centre of Preko, you can also visit Poljane on foot.
About 4km from the apartments you can find the ruins of the fortress Saint Mihovil, from which you can enjoy a spectacular view of the whole island. The ruins are accessible by car, by bike or on foot.
Near the main beach you can find Galevac, a small island with a Franciscan monastery. The island is accessible by boat, swimming or (to some) by walking through the shallow area of the sea.
To look around the monastery's yard one must wear long-sleeved clothes.
Another convenient thing about Preko is the proximity of Zadar, which is accessible via 25-minute-long ferry ride.
The same ferry can be taken twice a day to visit another nearby island; the island of Ošljak, the smallest inhabited island of the Adriatic coast, on which you can also find Forest Park, the chapel of Saint Mary from the 6th century and a windmill dating from the 16th century.
All road traffic on this island is forbidden.