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Sukošan is a settlement on the Zadar Riviera, situated east of Zadar, between
and Sveti Petar
place has a medieval part settled around the St. Cassian of Imola's Church - the church that gave the village its name.
Sukošan is known for its Marina Dalmacija, the largest marina on Croatia's Adriatic coast, located on the western end
Dječji Raj Beach
Except the marina and the harbor in the center, bathing and swimming is possible all along the coastline. Amongst the
beaches the most popular is Dječji Raj, the "children's paradise". Being the nearest beach to the village
center, and also due to its mainly gravel (and partly concrete covered and sandy) shore, Dječji Raj can become
overcrowded during this high season. For tranquility one would go on the natural, unarranged and gravel beaches on the
eastern end of Sukošan (below Tustica) or at Cape Tratica - these, however, lack amenities. More services can be found
on the somewhat bald Zlatna Luka Beach (by the marina) and on Makarska Beach on the eastern side - these two are gravel
beaches, too. Naturists can find their beach of choice on the western side of Punta.
Honoring the expectations of a popular resort, Sukošan offers shops, restaurants, bars, pastry shops and other
services to its guests.
Further details about Sukošan can be read and seen on our pages, please take a look around on our website:
The ruins of Palac, summer residence of Zadar's archibishop
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