Meet with all benefits of Sabunike and its surrounding: beautiful beach, pleasant climate, clean and peaceful nature, balmy mud, and ideal position near several attractive tourist destinations.
It is situated near the National Park Kornati, National Park Paklenica, the City of Nin, the City of Zadar, Zadar airport, numerous marines and harbours and it is generally very well connected by all means of transport (road, sea, air). These are just some of advantages that need to be mentioned to the potential tourists.
Since the place is situated near one of the most beautiful beaches of the Adriatic coast with one of the cleanest sea in Europe, Sabunike is the excellent choice for all tourists who prefer clean sea, quality holiday and peaceful stay surrounded by nature.
Wind from the mountain of Velebit is favourable for wind-surfers who have been discovering values of this area lately. Even in the warmest summer period, soft wind eases high temperatures and sultriness, which suits children and older people. Beside beautiful sandy beach, there is balmy mud, used since the Roman times, with therapeutic effect for rheumatic and chronic skin diseases.
The City of Nin
The oldest Croatian royal city ruled by bishops and kings between 7th and 10th century. Known as the City of Aenona in Roman times, the city had its forum, amphitheatre and aqueduct. It is situated on a small island in the middle of skin deep lagoon, and it is a perfect combination of historical wealth and natural beauties. Its beaches and modern tourist settlement with various activities and facilities make the City of Nin an attractive tourist destination.
The City of Zadar
Zadar, the city and the harbour in Northern Dalmatia is the centre of the most indented part of Adriatic archipelago. The old city is situated on a shielded peninsula around the natural harbour. The City is three thousand years old and has a rich cultural and historical heritage.
This area is full of natural beauties, numerous bays, rocky and pebbly beaches and culture-historical values. The Zadar archipelago has 300 islands of various size and very clean sea.
The City has interesting green and fish markets. Green market is rich with fresh fruits and vegetables grown on the island of Ugljan and Pašman and in the area of Vrana Lake. Fish market offers daily fresh fish, mollusc and shells, caught by fishermen every morning.
Tourism has been developing in this area for a very long time. First written data originate from 1879. Nautical tourism is developed today as well.
Tourist offer includes various types of accommodation, top quality catering of national specialties, cultural and historical events, entertainment and sport and recreation activities.
Zadar custom is to have a small glass of autochthon liqueur called Maraskino.
The City is famous for its sea organ: the unique organ in the world, with special pipe system that transforms sea and waves energy into sounds. The sea is a composer and an interpreter, and its concert is a unique story created by wind, waves, and ebb and tide, and therefore sounds different every time. The range of tones and accords is based on klapa music. Certain winds produce sounds similar to klapa music; certain waves produce music similar to large bells, and during the calm sea, organ produces long musical intervals.
Other places to see: the City is surrounded by beautiful parks, National Park Plitivice., National Park Paklenica, National Park Krka, and National Park Kornati, closer or further to the City, and by Velebit and Telašćica Parks of Nature
- to visit St. Donat Church, Zadar museums (Archaeological, Maritime and National)
and permanent art collection of religious and church art with more than 1000 exhibits (The Gold and Silver of Zadar);- to make a trip and visit national parks.