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Sukosan is small Dalmatian town located 10 km from Zadar.  It sits in a beautiful, wide bay known as Zlatna Luka (Golden Harbour), comparatively close to many famous national parks and nature parks. The best known are; Kornati, Park Paklenica, Plitvice Lakes National Park and the nature parks of Telascica, Vrana Lake and Velebit.

This area is well known as a boating centre thanks to Marina Dalmacija providing 1.200 berths and 500 hard standing places. In addition, the marina boasts a private beach within the area of the marina. Notably, this beach is a unique feature in the Adriatic.


The area attracts many tourists every year thanks to the beautiful sandy beach including the central city beach Djecji raj (Children’s paradise). Besides this, Sukošan offers several beaches and picturesque bays. The beaches in the area are mainly sandy with shallow water, which especially makes this area the perfect choice for family holidays. Buoys protect the beaches in Sukosan from the open sea. Also, the beach areas have showers, toilets, and cabins.


Sukosan has a population of only 3000. Conversely, there are far more beds than citizens in apartments, boarding houses, motels and hotels. The beginning of this tourist development began in the late 1920s. At that time, the town was only visited by about 500 foreign tourists each year. Mostly the visitors were from the Czech Republic and Germany.


Sukosan offers a fantastic variety of places to eat, aided by the development of tourism in the town. With the many restaurants, taverns and coffee bars, you can easily find a spot to soak up the ambience and enjoy local hospitality. Why not dine on local fishl and vegetables cooked freshly in a traditional Dalmatian style all washed down with homemade wine.

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