Sukosan - 7 days to the north
Day 1. Sukosan - Sukosan is situated half-way between Bibinje and Biograd na moru. It is a small place and port in the bay Luka Sukosan, situated 11 km south-eastern from Zadar. It is a place of wine and song. It is also known as a nautical centre, the region of good vines and hospitable people. It is also an ideal destination for all those who like immediate contact with nature combined with sports and recreation. Church of St. Kasijan (11th century), a small church on the old grave-yard, ruins of a summer residence of Croatian bishops from 15th century, ruins of the medieval fort...These are some of the Sukosan monument that are worth seeing .The Sukosan marina Zlatna luka and its sandy beaches will provide you with the delights of the sun and sea.
Day 2. Kukljice (island of Ugljan) - Kukljica is located on the far eastern end of Ugljan, an island in Zadar´s archipelago located in front ot Kornati National Park and Tealscica Nature Park. Situated on a narrow area of land, Kukljica has an exclusive exit onto both shores, north and south, and is readily visited by boaters. One can say that Kukljica with its part Zelena Punta is the «most touristic» place on Ugljan.
Day 3. Molat – Molat is an island owergrown with macchia and pine woods, an ideal destination for all individualists and people who enjoy long walks accompanied by intoxicating aromas of Mediterranean herbs. Many bays are a great choice for sailsmen and those who like peace and quiet. In 1936 Molat was visited by king Eduard VIII and Wallis Simpson, so why wouldn´t you?
Day 4. Premuda (Masarina) - Premuda and Masarina are small islands of the western part of the Zadar archipelago, owergrown with woods and macchia. Becuse of the quiet and peace that these islands provide with crystal blue sea, this is an ideal place for all sailors and sports anglers. Bay Krijal is a safe anchor.
Day 5. Ilovik and St. Petar - Islands Ilovik and St. Petar are an extension of the southern part of the island of Losinj. The coast is easily accessible with numerous bays. The biggest bay is located in the south-eastern part of the island of Ilovik. Between these two islands is a 2,5 km long and 300 m wide canal. Its aquatorium is well protected from all winds, and it is a safe place for all yachts and smaller boats. Ilovik is mostly hilly and owergrown with macchia.
Day 6. Zapuntel (island of Molat) - Zapuntel is a village located in the north--western part of the interior of the island of Molat. The village lies on the edge of a fertile valley (Zapuntelsko Polje), 2 km southeast of the village harbour. The chief occupations are farming and fishing (in Luka Zapuntelska. A quiet island village offers a pleasant vacation to swimmers, anglers, navigation and sailing enthusiasts.
Day 7. Bozava (Dugi otok) – Bozava is a village and small harbour on the north-eastern coast of the island of Dugi Otok (Long Island), next to the rather uncultivated Bozava field. The low coast consisting of limestone is surrounded by a pine forest. It is the most developed seaside resort on the island with a hotel complex and several catering establishments. Apart from bathing and pleasant walks, visitors may enjoy numerous sports and recreational activities: yachting, windsurfing, boating and canoeing, table tennis, tennis, basketball, boccia, cycling. Bozava is a famous diving centre with a diving school.